Surrey Police worker Helen Tye sentenced for fraud
A member of staff at Surrey Police has been handed suspended jail terms after being found guilty of fraud.
Helen Tye, 46, was given two sentences - of six months and a year - suspended for two years, at Winchester Crown Court.
She was convicted of two counts of fraud by abuse of position after a trial, but was cleared of a third count by the jury.
Ms Tye was suspended from the force's secretarial team when she was charged.
At the time, police said the offences related to a voluntary role she held with an organisation in the Godalming area.
The force has not yet commented on her sentence.