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A senior constable from the NSW Police has recently been charged with several alleged domestic violence offences following a thorough investigation. The charges brought against the officer include common assault, stalking, intimidation, use of carriage service to menace, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and accessing or modifying restricted data. This development comes after a report in November 2023 regarding multiple alleged domestic violence incidents involving the officer.

The 28-year-old officer was issued a court attendance notice on May 1 and later arrested following further investigations. Despite being granted strict conditional bail, the officer is expected to appear before Picton Local Court on May 16 and Liverpool Local Court on June 12 to address the charges against him.

This case sheds light on a broader issue within the NSW Police force, as data indicates that multiple officers have faced domestic violence charges in recent years. The concerning statistics show that in the 2022-23 financial year, 75 women lost their lives to homicide, with nearly half of them being killed by a current or former intimate partner. These incidents underscore the importance of addressing domestic violence within law enforcement agencies and the community as a whole.


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Article Title: NSW police officer charged with multiple alleged domestic violence offences following 2023 investigation
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