Female police officer charged over dispute with neighbour on Mother’s Day

A FEMALE police officer has been suspended without pay from the NSW Police Force after being charged over her alleged involvement in a nasty neighbourhood dispute on Mother’s Day.

The senior constable was arrested yesterday and charged over two separate incidents in the state’s Hunter Valley.

The officer, identified only as being attached to a Specialist Command unit, was charged with stalking, trespass and resisting police in relation to a dispute with her neighbour on Sunday, May 14.


The female officer is also charged with breaching a personal violence order following a second incident which is alleged to have occurred on Friday, May 19.

Released on conditional bail, the senior constable is due to front Singleton Local Court on Thursday, May 25.

She is currently suspended without pay from the NSW Police Force.