PC charged with voyeurism and indecency after GMP probe

A police officer has been charged with voyeurism and outraging public decency and suspended from duty after a Greater Manchester Police investigation.

PC Kevin Dwyer, 39, is accused of 10 counts of outraging public decency and two of voyeurism after footage was found by the Counter Corruption Unit.

It is believed to have been filmed in Manchester, Warrington and Chester.

Mr Dwyer, from the North Manchester Division, will appear at Manchester City Magistrates' Court on 28 August.

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