Thames Valley Police officer charged with misconduct over alleged inappropriate relationships with women
A Thames Valley Police officer has been charged with having inappropriate relationships with women during the course of his duties following an investigation.
PC Oliver Perry-Smith, 38, has been charged with three counts of misconduct in public office and two counts of computer misuse.
The investigation, run by the Independent Office for Police Conduct, was into alleged inappropriate relationships he formed with multiple women while working as an officer.
It followed a referral from Thames Valley Police in November 2019.
The investigation was completed in June 2021, and a file of evidence was referred to the Crown Prosecution Service which then took the decision to authorise a charge against the officer.
Mr Perry-Smith will appear at Reading Magistrates Court on Tuesday, January 11.