Met police officer is charged with rape, attempted rape and indecent assault over incident when he was off duty in 2004
- Former PC Stephen Kyere has been charged with a rape in Teddington in 2004
- He also faces charges attempted rape and indecent assault in court on Tuesday
- Comes following an investigation by officers at the South West Command Unit
A former Metropolitan Police officer has been charged with rape, attempted rape and indecent assault 18 years ago.
Former PC Stephen Kyere will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
The charges relate to an incident in Teddington in April 2004 when the officer was off duty.
Met Police said former PC Stephen Kyere has been charged with a rape in Teddington in 2014
At the time he was attached to the Hammersmith and Fulham police unit.
Former PC Kyere was charged by postal requisition in January 2022 following an investigation by officers at the South West Command Unit.
He retired from the Metropolitan Police on 19 March 2021.
PC Kyere is said to have retired from the Metropolitan Police back on March 19 last year
Misconduct matters will be considered following the criminal process.
Specialist officers are providing support to the victim in this allegation and this will continue during and following the court process.