Special sacked over child abuse images

A special constable has been sacked for making indecent images of children.

May 14, 2018
By Kevin Hearty

Special Constable George Corr collated nearly 1,700 images and videos of children on a computer seized by Surrey Police.

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) volunteer pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images on February 2 and was handed a two-year suspended service later that month.

Corr has now been dismissed without notice after being found guilty of gross misconduct at a special case hearing.

He was arrested in August 2016 after a member of the public reported that he possessed indecent images of children on his computer and iPad.

The images dated between December 2013 and June 2016.

Corr was also issued with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order to run for 15 years and has been placed on the Children’s Barred List.

A MPS spokesperson said: “Corr was dismissed without notice at a special case hearing held on Thursday May 10 after the chair, having considered all of the evidence, found the case of gross misconduct proven.”

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