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Off-duty sexual assault "not in the course of employment"

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    Waters v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [1992] IT/39662/91 (0 other reports)

An off-duty male police officer who allegedly sexually assaulted an off-duty female police officer at her home was not acting in the course of his employment, rules a London (South) industrial tribunal (Chair: D W H Brayden) in Waters v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. It therefore dismisses the female officer's complaint that she had been victimised under s.