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East Berkshire Magistrate's Court: Newbury police officer appears in court on charges of misconduct in public office



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A Thames Valley Police constable from Newbury appeared in court this morning (Tuesday) on charges of misconduct in public office.

Oliver Perry-Smith is said to have entered into inappropriate relationships with several women he met through the course of his work.

The 38-year-old, who lives at Denman Road, Newbury, wore a blue suit and red tie and spoke only to confirm his details from the dock at East Berkshire Magistrates’ Court in Slough.

Oliver Perry-Smith appeared at East Berkshire Magistrate's Court this morning
Oliver Perry-Smith appeared at East Berkshire Magistrate's Court this morning

He is charged with three counts of misconduct in public office and two counts of computer misuse.

District judge Goozee sent all matters to Reading Crown Court, where a preliminary hearing is scheduled for February 15.

Mr Perry-Smith was meanwhile granted unconditional bail.



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