Counter Terrorism Cop Convicted of Voyeurism Offences To Appear Before Fast Track Misconduct Hearing

Former DI Neil Corbel

On the 24th January 2020, a report was made to police of potential Voyeurism offences.

Following the initial police, investigation police identified former DI Neil Corbel as a suspect.

On the 21st February, 2020 former DI Corbel was interviewed by police. During the interview, former DI Corbel admitted to recording the initial victim without her consent. Former DI Corbel also admitted to a number of other occasions where he had committed Voyeurism offences.

On the 13th September 2021, former DI Corbel attended Westminster Magistrates Court and pleaded guilty to 19 counts of Voyeurism.

Metropolitan Police Service
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