BTP slammed for ‘laddish culture’ after 2 officers sacked for slapping bottoms of female colleagues

British Transport Police has been slammed for ‘laddish culture from the top down’ after two senior officers were sacked for slapping and pinching the bottoms of their junior female colleagues. 

Special Chief Inspector Andy Whitworth and former Special Sergeant Gary Sims inappropriately touched the women during an off-duty night out in Derby on October 16 last year.  

The British Transport Police (BTP) officers have now been dismissed from their force after a disciplinary hearing found their actions amounted to gross misconduct. 

SCI Whitworth pinched the bottom of a Special Constable during the night out socialising, the panel was told. He groped the female officer as she left a nightclub before winking at her and walking away, the panel heard. 

On the same night, SPS Sims slapped another female colleague on the backside with such force that it ‘radiated throughout her body’.

The panel found a ‘laddish culture from the top down’ exists within the Specials Constabulary of the…

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