Met detective who sexually harassed a junior officer he supervised on night time shifts has been fired.
Detective Sergeant Marvin Turner, hooked up to a Met unit overlaying Havering, Barking and Dagenham and Redbridge, was dismissed after a misconduct listening to discovered he had breached the drive’s requirements.
It got here after a feminine officer reported that DS Turner made sexualised feedback to her whereas on night time shifts in June 2021 and touched her in a sexual method with out consent.
Superintendent Martin Rolston, of DS Turner’s former unit, stated: “It’s clear that DS Marvin Turner has no place in policing.
“His actions are totally reprehensible. He took benefit of his place as a supervising officer to place a junior colleague in a really disagreeable state of affairs
“His behaviour was repugnant and falls effectively beneath the usual we – and the general public – count on.
“It’s proper that he has been dismissed from the Metropolitan Police Service.”
The matter was investigated criminally however it was decided that the case didn’t meet the edge for a referral to prosecutors.
The officer was positioned on restricted duties on July 2, 2021 and supplied an account underneath warning on July 22.
Senior officers discovered he had a case to reply for gross misconduct, and a panel determined after listening to all of the proof, that he ought to be dismissed with out discover.
DS Turner will now be added to the Barred Record held by the School of Policing.
These on the checklist can’t be employed by police or quite a few different associated our bodies.