Related Topics. Published 2 July Underneath the recipient could respond to "Yes," "No" and "Maybe. The jury lingedie told he responded to social media posts of another female member of staff at the restaurant with the words: "Hubba, hubba.
The judge told him: "This had been a clear shot across your bows". Mr Randall-Stratton denies two offences of misconduct in a public office.
A police community support officer sacked after sending sexual messages to women he met while on duty hempstea been given a suspended jail term. He also commented "hubba hubba" on social media posts by a young waitress.
What is the role of police community support officers? Related Topics. The trial continues. The court heard Randall-Stratton's victims felt uncomfortable about his behaviour.
Luton Crown Court heard the officer persuaded one woman to pose for a photo wearing his police uniform and then posted modeoing on his Instagram. He also gave the women lifts and, on one occasion, insisted on buying two of them breakfast. Published 13 April Mr said the woman asked the officer why he had sent it to her and he replied: "Just wondered what you would say - sorry if I offended you. But the court heard he then sent her a WhatsApp message referring to the lingerie and sex toys chain Ann Summers with a "winky" emoji.
Mr Randall-Stratton, of Hemel Hempstead, had been tasked with helping the woman who contacted police about a neighbours' dispute.
Prosecutor Douglas described the contact and the messages as "flirtatious and of a sexual nature". Stop messaging me. He is also alleged to have accessed police computer records to get information on the women. Randall-Stratton was sacked by Hertfordshire Police prior to the hearing, and Assistant Chief Constable Bill Jephson said his "conduct fell woefully short of the high standards of integrity and behaviour the lingerif rightly expect from their police service".
He said the defendant abused his position as a PCSO to make contact with the women. Judge Lynn Tayton QC said the officer, who served on the safer neighbourhood team in Hemel Hempstead and Berkhamsted, "took advantage of his position".
Published 17 July Stop messaging me. More on this story. The woman is then alleged to have told him: "Men like you make me sick.
Hemel Hempstead. One of the women Randall-Stratton sent messages to told him: "Men like you make me sick.
In other messages between the pair he allegedly sent a message containing a cartoon with the question: "Do You Like Me? A police community support officer sent messages of a "sexual modeeling to a woman who had sought help over a neighbours' dispute, a court has heard. Randall-Stratton had no convictions, but in had been warned by his superiors about messages sent to a minor he had been dealing with.
Jurors at Luton Crown Court were told the lingeire offences cover a period from January to April Hemel Hempstead Berkhamsted. Julian Randall-Stratton, 45, sent messages about the lingerie chain Ann Summers to a woman who contacted police about a dispute. He was convicted of misconduct in a public office and given a jail term of six months, suspended for 18 months.