21-year-old female police officer faces dismissal after she was convicted of stalking just months after joining the force.

  • Emma Bewick (21) from South Wales convicted of stalking Gavin Burrows
  • Cwmbran Magistrates Court handed her a 10-week suspension sentence
  • Bewick now faces an accelerated misconduct hearing in order to determine if she is fired.










One month after her joining the force, a female officer in police is being fired. She was convicted of stalking. 

Cwmbran Magistrates Court handed PC Emma Bewick, 21 a suspended sentence for calling her victim at work and home multiple times.

Bewick found her ideal job in South Wales Police Force shortly after she graduated from university.

Cwmbran Magistrates Court gave Emma Bewick (pictured), a 21-year-old rookie PC, a suspended sentence. She called her victim multiple times and repeatedly called their home and workplace.

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

Bewick, a South Wales Police Officer is now facing an accelerated misconduct hearing in which she’s accused of “discreditable behavior”.

Her University of South Wales Policing Degree was her last. However, less than six months later, it is clear that she has already ended her professional career.

The court heard how Bewick ‘pursued a conduct which amounted to stalking’ of victim Gavin Burrows, which she ‘knew or ought to have known amounted to harassment.’

According to the charge, Bewick of Pontyclun and Llanharan ‘conducted an unwelcome contact’ against Mr Burrows.

Prosecutors stated that she was disruptive at her husband’s home, attempted to contact him unannounced and attended places he frequently frequents.

Bewick confessed to stalking between October 7th and 25th at Talbot Green in South Wales.

Cwmbran Magistrates Court handed her a suspended sentence of 10 weeks.

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

Bewick admitted to having stalked without alarm or fear between October 7th, South Wales, and November 25th, Talbot Green.

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

PC Bewick’s career has already ended six months less after she graduated from the University of South Wales with her policing degree.

A South Wales Police officer is facing an acceleration misconduct hearing in which she’s charged with ‘discreditable behavior’.

Her charges state that she has been accused of violating the Standards of Professional Behaviour and Standard 5 Instructions and Standard 9 Discreditable conduct following her arrest.

Bewick will be at the force headquarters on Thursday. 

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