In the past four years, 76 NSW police officers have been charged with 336 domestic violence-related offences, including breaching AVOs, choking, and assault, data obtained under freedom of information laws shows.
Most were constables or senior constables, but more than a dozen sergeants were charged with 49 offences and one inspector was charged with sexual intercourse without consent. About 90 per cent of those charged were male.
The most common charges were common assault (74 offences),…
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