Female police constable, 21, faces the sack after being convicted of stalking her ex-boyfriend


Female police constable, 21, who stalked her ex-boyfriend faces the sack – just months after starting in the force

  • Emma Bewick, 21, of South Wales, convicted of stalking her ex Gavin Burrows
  • She was handed 10-week suspended sentence at Cwmbran Magistrates Court
  • Bewick will now face accelerated misconduct hearing to decide if she gets fired










A young female police officer is facing the sack after being convicted of stalking her ex-boyfriend  – just months after joining the force. 

PC Emma Bewick, 21, was handed a suspended sentence at Cwmbran Magistrates Court for repeatedly turning up at the home and work of her former partner Gavin Burrows. 

A source told Mail Online that the recent graduate is said to have met Mr Burrows earlier this year and had a brief relationship with him, which ended shortly before she joined the South Wales Police force. 

But despite the relationship being over, the court heard how Bewick lurked outside the home of Mr Burrows and repeatedly showed up at his job and places he often frequented.  

Prosecutors said she ‘pursued a conduct which amounted to stalking’, which she ‘knew or ought to have known amounted to harassment.’  

Bewick (pictured), a South Wales Police officer, now faces an accelerated misconduct hearing where she is accused of 'discreditable conduct'

Bewick (pictured), a South Wales Police officer, now faces an accelerated misconduct hearing where she is accused of ‘discreditable conduct’

Rookie PC Emma Bewick (pictured), 21, was handed a suspended sentence at Cwmbran Magistrates Court for repeatedly calling at her victim's home and work

Rookie PC Emma Bewick (pictured), 21, was handed a suspended sentence at Cwmbran Magistrates Court for repeatedly calling at her victim’s home and work

Bewick had studied a policing degree at the University of South Wales – but less than six months after graduating her career is already set to end. 

The charge said Bewick, of Llanharan, Pontyclun, ‘conducted a course of unwanted contact’ against Mr Burrows.

Prosecutors said her behaviour included: ‘Attending at his home address unannounced, attempting to make unwanted contact with him and attending at places where he frequents.’

Bewick admitted stalking without fear, alarm, or distress between October 7 and 25 at Talbot Green, South Wales.

She appeared at Cwmbran Magistrates Court on November 11 where she was handed a 10-week suspended sentence.

Bewick admitted stalking without fear, alarm, or distress between October 7 and 25 at Talbot Green, South Wales

Bewick admitted stalking without fear, alarm, or distress between October 7 and 25 at Talbot Green, South Wales

Bewick only started her dream job earlier this year when she joined the South Wales Police force shortly after leaving university

 Bewick only started her dream job earlier this year when she joined the South Wales Police force shortly after leaving university

Less than six months after graduating with a policing degree at the University of South Wales, PC Bewick's career is already set to end

Less than six months after graduating with a policing degree at the University of South Wales, PC Bewick’s career is already set to end

The South Wales Police officer now faces an accelerated misconduct hearing where she is accused of ‘discreditable conduct’.

The charge against her states says she is ‘alleged to have breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in relation to Standard 5 Orders and Instructions and Standard 9 Discreditable Conduct, following her arrest and conviction for harassment.’

Bewick will appear at force headquarters on Thursday. 

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