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Cambridgeshire officer sentenced for coercive and controlling behaviour

The officer was found guilty of the offence following a trial at St Albans Crown Court in August.

PC George Georgiou, previously based at Thorpe Wood Police Station, has today been sentenced to 18 months in prison, suspended for two years. He must also carry out 150 hours unpaid work.

He was off-duty when the domestic-related behaviour took place in November 2019.

He has been on restricted duties throughout the investigation. 

He had been found not guilty of common assault at trial, but will now face misconduct proceedings. 

Deputy Chief Constable Jane Gyford said: “I commend the courage the victim showed in reporting this officer’s behaviour and in supporting the investigation.

“We would urge anyone who is the victim of domestic abuse, whether physical or psychological, to report their experiences to the police. We have a team of specially trained officers who are ready to listen and will take their concerns seriously and support them through the judicial process."

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