PHOTO: ANOTHER 'PROSTITUTE' COP SACKED AFTER CALLING IN SICK TO ADVERTISE HIMSELF FOR SEX ON ADULT WEBSITE

A Sussex police officer discovered advertising himself as a prostitute on adult website was subsequently fired upon learning the officer, Richard Holder, was on sick leave.  Detective Constable Richard Holder is the second Sussex police officer to be fired for prostitution in the space of two years.

A Sussex police officer discovered advertising himself as a prostitute on adult website was subsequently fired upon learning the officer, Richard Holder, was on sick leave.
Detective Constable Richard Holder is the second Sussex police officer to be fired for prostitution in the space of two years.

The detective was fired without notice for gross misconduct at a disciplinary hearing on Monday but had already resigned.
A Sussex police officer discovered advertising himself as a prostitute on adult website was subsequently fired upon learning the officer, Richard Holder, was on sick leave.  Detective Constable Richard Holder is the second Sussex police officer to be fired for prostitution in the space of two years.

It was revealed at the hearing at force headquarters in Lewes, East Sussex that Holder advertised on a website called AdultWork using a "Sweet Sensations" account and was accepting payment for sexual encounters at his home while on sick leave.

Chief Constable Giles York told the hearing that the officer's employment record showed he had a "pattern of disruptive behaviour that has been on the verge of criminal at times" and was struggling with "under performance".

He added: 
"He seems to have never been an officer with any great glory about him."
The force's Police Federation chairman Matt Webb, representing Holder, said he had "fallen on his sword", and said: 
"He fully admits all of the allegations set out against him."
"He took a pragmatic approach to these proceedings and has resigned."
"He asked me to express his apologies for his lack of judgment."

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Fast-track disciplinary proceedings gets called into play when there is enough evidence to find the behavior constitutes gross misconduct and it is in the public interest for the officer to be sacked without delay.

In December 2016, Hastings-based police constable Daniel Moss was investigated and suspended from duty after he was caught advertising himself online as a male prostitute and offered to perform sex acts for cash.

A disciplinary hearing took place but Moss did not attend and was dismissed with immediate effect.

Last year it emerged one of the force's inspectors could face criminal charges after being arrested over claims he had sex with women he met while on duty.

Early last year police constable Mark Scruby was sacked after telling his sergeant she resembled a porn star.

In 2015, another policeman, Inspector Lee Lyons, was fired after admitting he contacted prostitutes while on duty.

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