Barrow policewoman charged with fraud
Last updated at 17:23, Monday, 07 July 2014
A BARROW policewoman has been charged with fraud.
Natalie Scott, 36, of Rampside, Barrow, has been charged with fraud and theft .
Scott is a serving police officer from Cumbria police and was arrested from her home address on May 28.
She was released on Police bail.
She remains suspended from duty until further notice.
She is due to appear at Carlisle Magistrates Court on 5th August 2014.
A police spokesman said: “Cumbria Police take allegations like this seriously and can confirm that she was suspended from duty when arrested on May 28 and remains suspended.
Assistant Chief Constable Michelle Skeer said: “I can reassure communities that we investigate any reports thoroughly and would encourage anyone with any concerns to contact Cumbria Police on 101 and ask the speak to the Professional Standards Department.”
First published at 17:12, Monday, 07 July 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
- Man, 66, dies after Cumbria crash
- Bottles of spirits stolen from Ulverston stall
- Search for missing wild camper in Cumbria
- Food lovers line the streets for Ulverston festival
- Your guide to Kidfest in Barrow - Britain's biggest children’s music festival
- Delight for Swarthmoor singer as Misstasia make live shows of Britain's Got Talent
- Rare bird spotted in Furness (1 comment)
- Families still have unanswered questions after Furness midwife struck off
- Emergency services called after car taken by tide off Walney (2 comments)
- Ulverston Food Festival to showcase the best of Cumbria cuisine
- Walney Cents win Barton Townley Cup thriller (1 comment)
- Hambley set for Barrow Raiders debut
- England Under-17s call-up for Barrow football ace
- Barrow look to bank points bonus
- Run kings Lindal look to kick on
- Millom and Walney set for cup final classic
- Excitement builds as Scholes heads to Barrow
- Millom RL ace at the double for GB
- Privilege to lead Millom says Sibley
- Penalty shootout success for Walney over Holker: with picture gallery
- Super South Cumbria holiday weekend for live music
- Countdown to December
- Price tag of £800 for the perfect pint
- Golden era of the variety acts gets return to stage
- WEDDING ALBUM: Michelle Fredericks and Matthew Wilson
- Rail station mix-up brought firm to town
- Church pulls in drinkers
- FOOD REVIEW: The Wheatsheaf Inn, Brigsteer (1 comment)
- TRAVEL REVIEW: Slovenia
- An invite to party like its 1945
Visit our websites for...
F. Dickinson footwear
Homes and gardens 22
To save our contact details direct to your smartphone simply scan this QR code
|Evening Mail Going Out|