A CHIEF inspector accused of having sex with a colleague while on duty has quit.
Rob Leet, 44, denied enjoying roadside trysts with Sgt Sarah Porter.
Rob Leet quit before he was due to face a misconduct panel[/caption]
Mr Leet, a married father of four, did not attend a misconduct panel after leaving last month.
He claims probes into his behaviour represented an ‘abuse of process’.
Sarah Porter was present at the hearing.
Sergeant Sarah Poter, who is also married, was accused of failing to attend a fatal crash call while on duty because she was with Mr Leet.
The pair deny allegations of any sexual encounters between August 2015 and January 2017.
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They are accused of travelling to meet up with no work-related reason to do so, and of using ‘police systems’ to chat.
Rob Leet also faces claims he had a sexual romp with a domestic abuse victim between 2014 and 2016, both on and off duty.
The hearing in Lewes, East Sussex, continues.
Rob Leet also faces claims he had a sexual relationship with a domestic abuse victims while working[/caption]
Sarah Porter denies failing to attend a fatal crash call while on duty[/caption]
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