A Met Constable (27-year old) is being held in prison for assaulting a female cop officer, while the two were together and threat of violence if she left him.

  • Bonnie Hudson’s assault was pleaded guilty by PC Jamie Rayner
  • Officer 27 pled guilty to coercive and controlling behaviour
  • At Croydon Crown Court, he was sentenced for two years and three month.

Jamie Rayner (pictured in a mug shot) is said to have threatened Bonnie Hudson with violence if she broke up with him to keep her in their ten month relationship

Jamie Rayner, pictured in amug shot, is believed to have threatened Bonnie Hudson (in a mugshot) with violence if she ended their relationship of ten months.

For assaulting a female Metropolitan Police officer in a romantic relationship, a constable was sentenced to more than two-years imprisonment.

Jamie Rayner is said to have threatened Bonnie Hudson with violence if she broke up with him to keep her in their ten month relationship, leaving her fearful of him.

Ms Hudson was also accused by him of attacking her and causing actual bodily injury during their relationship.

The 27-year-old appeared at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on September 8 where he pleaded guilty to both charges of causing actual bodily harm and engaging in controlling/coercive behaviour.

He was granted bail and sentenced on Thursday at Croydon Crown Court to two years, three months of imprisonment. 

It is said that PC Rayner, a member of the South Area Command Unit, was controlling over Ms Hudson between July 10, 2020 and March 24 this year.

According to the Evening Standard, he is also being accused of committing assaults between September 19, 2021 and March 20, 2021.

Rayner, who was previously suspended from duty, is now facing misconduct proceedings.

“PC Rayner’s actions are completely unacceptable and far below the standards that we expect of our organisation.” According to a Met police statement, Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer was responsible for policing Bromley and Croydon.

This shocking behavior also undermines public trust and confidence.

“No one should doubt that I and my officers are fully committed to investigating control and coercive behavior cases and will, as in the case in which this is being investigated, provide expert support for those who report such crimes.

PC Rayner was sentenced to two years and three months in jail on Thursday (November 4) at Croydon Crown Court (pictured, file photo)

PC Rayner received a sentence of two years and three month imprisonment at Croydon Crown Court on Thursday, November 4. (pictured, file photograph)

Chief Superintendent Stringer stated, “I don’t doubt it will be hard or scary to come forward, but I want everyone who’s experienced this to know we’ll take your report seriously and do all that’s possible to help,”

“All Met members know they need to keep the public confident in this area. Therefore, we will handle any issues that involve officers of police in a transparent and robust manner through criminal or misconduct channels.