Two Greater Manchester Police officers have been charged with child sex offences. Both serving officers have been charged with making or distributing an indecent image of a child, Greater Manchester Police said that the two men had been suspended and are due in court in July.
Two serving police officers from Great Manchester, 26-year-old Cameron Barker and 39-year-old James Williams have been charged with child sex offences over an incident that is alleged to have happened in March 2019. Both of the men are accused of exchanging an indecent image of a child.
The two men are due to appear at Tameside Magistrates' Court on Thursday, July 14. A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police has confirmed that both of the officers have been suspended from duty.
A statement made by the Greater Manchester Police Force said: "Two serving officers in Manchester have been charged with making or distributing an indecent image of a child.
"PCs Cameron Barker (26) and James Williams (39) will appear in court in July.
"An image is alleged to have been exchanged between them. They have both been suspended."