Serving Met police officer charged with voyeurism offences

A serving Metropolitan police officer has been charged with a string of voyeurism offences. Neil Corbel, 40, a detective inspector from the Met’s continuous policing improvement command, was charged with 19 offences on 11 August.

The alleged offences took place in the Greater London, Manchester and Brighton areas between January 2017 and February 2020; Corbel was not on duty at the time, the Met said.

He is due to appear at Westminster magistrates court on 13 September and has been suspended from duty.

The Met’s directorate of professional standards has been informed.

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