The hierarchy of the police administration has issued a stern warning to female cops within their ranks to desist from recording sex videos and being victimised when it leaks.
A copy of a circular revealing the worrying trend and signed by the Director General of Police Administration COP Ken Yeboah, warns that the service will soon crack the whip on such erring female cops.
“Reports received indicates that cases of sextortion is on the increase for the past three (3) years. Sextortion is a crime where nude pictures of victims are used to blackmail to extort monies. INGPOL directs you sensitize and caution personnel especially policewomen to desist from sending their nude photographs to friends/families. Any personnel found culpable will be sanctioned.
It would be recalled that April this year, a leaked bonking tape involving a female police constable went viral on various social media platforms and was enjoyed by her male counterparts who were allegedly serving as channels of redistribution for the obscene material.
The about five minutes and fifty seconds video believed to have been recorded in the bedroom of the junior officer with a mobile phone, reveals her stripping herself and setting the camera towards where she stood in order to be well captured.
She then rushes to lock the door and starts taking off her panties, posing in different angles while caressing her breast and other private parts.
Besides, there was a similar another video of another female cop which got leaked and caused so much inconvenience to the officer in question.
Information from Mynewsgh was also used in this report.