PCSO, 37, faces sexual assault charges

PCSO, 37, faces sexual assault charges

A police community support officer (PCSO) has appeared in court on charges of many sexual offenses, including photographing minors in swimming pool changing rooms and possessing indecent photos of youngsters.

A police community support officer (PCSO) accused of a string of sexual offences, including filming children in swimming pool changing rooms and possessing indecent images of children, has appeared in court
Friday’s hearing at Nottingham Crown Court resulted in the remand of Matthew Shaw of the Derbyshire Police, who was charged by the Nottinghamshire Police last month.

The Nottinghamshire resident faces 29 allegations, including voyeurism, engaging in sexual communication with a kid, causing a child to participate in sexual conduct, forcing a child to witness a sexual act, and possessing indecent photos of minors.

Shaw only spoke to prove his name when he appeared via video link from HMP NottinghamMatthew Shaw from Derbyshire Police, who was charged by Nottinghamshire Police last month, was remanded in custody after a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court (pictured) on Friday

A police community support officer (PCSO) has been charged with a series of sexual offenses, including photographing minors in swimming pool changing rooms and possessing indecent photos of youngsters.

He will return to the same court on November 18 for a plea and trial preparation hearing after being remanded in detention.

Previously, Detective Inspector Gemma Scott of Nottinghamshire Police stated, ‘This difficult and extensive investigation reflects Nottinghamshire Police’s determination to aggressively pursue individuals who commit sexual offenses against minors.’

We are committed to assisting victims of these types of crimes and will always do our utmost to see that they receive justice.

Matthew Shaw of the Derbyshire Police, who was charged by the Nottinghamshire Police last month, was remanded in custody on Friday following a hearing at the Nottingham Crown Court (pictured).

We are also collaborating closely with the locations where we believe filming occurred.

Derbyshire Police have suspended Shaw.

The Deputy Chief Constable of Derbyshire, Kate Meynell, stated, “Derbyshire Constabulary demands the greatest degree of professionalism and standards from our officers and employees.”

If Matthew Shaw’s claimed offenses were proven, they would fall significantly below the standards expected of Derbyshire Constabulary employees.

 

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