A police officer serving with West Midlands Police has been charged with misconduct in a public office, conspiracy to manage a brothel, conspiracy to money launder and conspiracy to possess Class A drugs with intent to supply.
The charges follow an investigation from the force’s anti-corruption unit.
Osman Iqbal, 35, from Birmingham, is a serving police officer at a Birmingham police station and is currently suspended from duty.
Nine others have been charged with money laundering, drugs, or managing a brothel offences as part of the inquiry.
The ten people will appear at Nuneaton Magistrates Court on 30 April.