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Dover policeman Neil Holladay from Birchington accused of misconduct over 'relationships with four women'

25 February 2014
by Keith Hunt
A police officer will stand trial on four charges of misconduct in public office while having relationships with women.
 
Neil Holladay, of Sutherland Drive, Birchington, is alleged to have committed the offences between August 2012 and May last year.
 
The 30-year-old PC, who was based at Dover, denies the charges involving taking police vehicles for his own use to conduct relationships with four women and using the Genesis computer system unlawfully.
Dover police station

Dover police station

Judge David Griffith-Jones QC set a trial date for November 3. A pre-trial review will be held on October 10.
 
Thirty witnesses are expected to be called at the trial, which is estimated to last three weeks.
 
Conditional bail was continued.

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