A married police constable has been warned he faces jail after he sexually assaulted women on duty in North Yorkshire.
Matthew Daniel Fisher, 37, was found guilty of abusing two women he was supposed to be helping when he served with North Yorkshire Police.
He also admitted two misconduct in a public office charges after having sexual contact in a police van and having sexual contact with a woman who was on a night out.
During Fisher's trial at Hull Crown Court, jurors heard the twice-married officer would meet women while on patrol in the Selby area.
He would flirt with them, often offering his sexual services in their own homes.
Fisher was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault against the two women and one misconduct charge relating to using a police computer to look up details of women.
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