A COP accused of sex crimes is working as a primary school teacher after quitting the police during a misconduct probe.
The former PC — who cannot be named — was accused of twice flashing a female colleague while on duty.
His force approved his resignation even though a probe into the allegations was still ongoing.
Incredibly, senior officers did not pass the case to prosecutors — and the man is said to have asked for it to be removed from police files.
He retrained and later taught at two Midlands primaries.
Neither the schools nor their local authority had any idea of the man’s past before The Sun approached them.
Ex-Chief Crown Prosecutor Nazir Afzal yesterday lashed out at the force.
He said: “The bigger picture is the unwillingness of the police to investigate.
"Their failure leaves the public exposed to potential harm.”
A spokesman for the city council that runs the schools involved said: “Both schools followed the processes in their employment checks.”
The force at the centre of the case said: “Police staff misconduct procedures remain confidential.”
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