May 19, 2022, 12:31

    Metropolitan Police officer, 47, charged with 21 counts of rape appears in court

    Metropolitan Police officer, 47, charged with 21 counts of rape appears in court

    A Met Police officer charged with 21 counts of rape as well as facing accusations of sexual assault and coercive behaviour appeared in court today.

    David Carrick faces a total of 44 charges involving 11 alleged victims that includes rape, coercive and controlling behaviour and sexual assault spanning 2003 to 2020.

    The 47-year-old appeared in Westminster Magistrates’ Court today and only spoke to confirm his name and age.

    Carrick faces three charges of rape in Stevenage between January 1, 2008, and December 31, 2009.

    Chief magistrate Paul Goldspring remanded Carrick in custody until May 27 when he will appear at St Albans Crown Court on all 44 charges.

    A sketch of the PC accused of rape and sexual assault
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    Mr Goldspring said: "Mr Carrick, you are here today because there are three new charges against you.

    "I formally send all three to the court sitting at St Albans. You will appear there on May 27 to link up with the other charges."

    Carrick was arrested in October by Hertfordshire Constabulary and suspended by the Met.

    He had previously been attached to the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command.

    Carrick is charged with 44 offences against 12 women between 2003 and 2020. This includes:

    Carrick will appear in court later this month
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    – 21 counts of rape

    – nine counts of sexual assault

    – five counts of assault by penetration

    – three counts of coercive and controlling behaviour

    – two counts of false imprisonment

    – two counts of attempted rape

    – one count of attempted sexual assault by penetration

    – one count of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent

    He will appear for a hearing at St Albans Crown Court on May 27 on all the charges.

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