Bromley Pc in court on charge over corruption inquiry

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A south London neighbourhood police officer and her partner have appeared in court charged in connection with an inquiry into corruption.

Pc Anna Glynn, 29, and Lee Wilton, 30, are accused of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

The officer, of the Mottingham and Chislehurst North unit in Bromley, is accused of falsifying information about speeding points on behalf of Mr Wilton.

They are next due to appear before Southwark Crown Court on 22 October.

Restricted duties

The pair were bailed by City of Westminster magistrates on Tuesday.

Pc Glynn's arrest in June was part of an investigation by the MPS Directorate of Professional Standards over claims of criminal offences and misconduct.

It followed the arrest of a police community support officer on suspicion of class A drugs supply, who was subsequently suspended.

He was bailed until a date this month.

Pc Glynn is continuing to work on restricted duties.

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