Nottinghamshire Police officers suspended after charges

Radford Road police station Image copyright Google
Image caption PC Gareth Golds and PC Adrian Farmer are both based at Radford Road police station

Two Nottinghamshire police officers have been suspended as part of an operation involving three other men.

PC Gareth Golds, 31, is accused of encouraging the supply of a class C drug, offering to supply a class C drug and misfeasance in public office.

PC Adrian Farmer, 36, has been charged with misfeasance in public office and unauthorised access to computers.

The pair, based at Radford Road police station, are due at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court on December 2.

Two of the other three men are also due in court on the same date.

Anthony Meade, 36, of Beeston, Nottinghamshire, and Carl Barber, 36, of Trowell, Nottinghamshire, have been charged with assisting or encouraging the commission of an offence by another.

The fifth man, 43, has been reported for summons on suspicion of supplying a class C drug, Nottinghamshire Police said.

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites