Essex Police officers Harry Burgess and Laura Welsh had sex sessions at police station

An ex-police officer who had sex sessions with another PC on the job and sent her explicit messages using work emails has been found guilty of gross misconduct.

PC Harry Burgess had sexual activity with fellow officer PC Laura Welsh at their police station in Essex, a hearing was told.

He also sent her sexually explicit messages via WhatsApp, text message and even used his office email.

The officer would have been sacked if he had not already resigned from the force. Welsh was given a warning but allowed to keep her job.  

The evidence was uncovered at an Essex Police misconduct hearing, held on Monday at Chelmsford’s Civic Centre.   

Ex-PC Harry Burgess had sexual activity with fellow officer PC Laura Welsh at their police station in Essex, an Essex Police misconduct hearing was told in Chelmsford this week 

Ex-PC Harry Burgess had sexual activity with fellow officer PC Laura Welsh at their police station in Essex, an Essex Police misconduct hearing was told in Chelmsford this week 

Ex-PC Harry Burgess had sexual activity with fellow officer PC Laura Welsh at their police station in Essex, an Essex Police misconduct hearing was told in Chelmsford this week 

Chief Superintendent Tracey Harman, who sat on the disciplinary panel, slammed Burgess for putting his sexual urges ahead of his commitment to the force.

She said: ‘Former PC Harry Burgess acted in a way that goes against what we expect of our officers.

Chief Superintendent Tracey Harman (pictured) who sat on the disciplinary panel, slammed Burgess for putting his sexual urges ahead of his commitment to the force

Chief Superintendent Tracey Harman (pictured) who sat on the disciplinary panel, slammed Burgess for putting his sexual urges ahead of his commitment to the force

Chief Superintendent Tracey Harman (pictured) who sat on the disciplinary panel, slammed Burgess for putting his sexual urges ahead of his commitment to the force

‘He took advantage of a situation with another officer to satisfy his own urges and did so while he was meant to be serving and protecting the people of Essex.

At the same hearing PC Welsh was given a written warning after she was found to have also breached the standards of professional behaviour. 

Chief Superintendent  Harman added: ‘For PC Welsh’s part, I hope she uses this as a learning opportunity for future behaviour.’

In a statement Essex Police said: ‘Former PC Burgess was found to have exchanged personal and sexually suggestive messages to another officer, while on duty via WhatsApp, text message, and the Essex Police email system between January 19 and June 8, 2016.

‘It was also found he had engaged in sexual activity at a police station during the same period.’

The evidence was uncovered at an Essex Police misconduct hearing, held on Monday at Chelmsford's Civic Centre (pictured) 

The evidence was uncovered at an Essex Police misconduct hearing, held on Monday at Chelmsford's Civic Centre (pictured) 

The evidence was uncovered at an Essex Police misconduct hearing, held on Monday at Chelmsford’s Civic Centre (pictured) 

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