Warwickshire Police have admitted the theft of money from their former headquarters in Leek Wooton is 'hugely embarrassing' for the force.
54 year old retired officer, Paul Andrew Greaves, formerly of the Stratford area, will appear before magistrates in Leamington on May 22 charged with theft.
The theft of cash from Warwickshire Police was hugely embarrassing and a lengthy and painstaking investigation has been conducted. The charging of the suspect Paul Andrew Greaves was a major step forward and we now await the court process. Any police officer or police staff member who commits a crime can expect to be dealt with robustly and receive little sympathy from colleagues or the public alike.
Warwickshire Police were criticised for taking the decision not to name Mr Greaves after he was formally charged on Wednesday. The Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire has called for a review into the incident .
We advise forces, working with the CPS, to name those who have been charged and that position will not change. When an individual has been arrested our current guidance is not to name them and we will only release the name for the prevention or detection of crime, or if there is a serious public interest."
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