Forces investigating over 150 cases of alleged sexual misconduct by police.
Police who abuse their power for sexual advantage face new criminal sanctions as the scale of predatory behaviour by officers is revealed.
Forces across the country are examining more than 150 cases of alleged sexual misconduct by police, a Times investigation found. It also uncovered that 400 members of the public have made complaints over the past five years.
Many officers stand accused of harassing, sexually assaulting or raping women after they reported a crime. In some cases victims were targeted within police stations.