Former WA police officer charged with 108 sexual offences

He's due to face court today

A former West Australian police officer has been charged with 108 sexual offences relating to women he met through various online dating applications.

The 50-year-old man from Kelmscott faces a number of allegations in relation to eight female victims over incidents from 2010 to present.

“The man is a former police officer, resigning from the WA Police Force in May 2018 after he was charged by the Internal Affairs Unit,” WA Police said in a statement.

It’s been alleged that between 2010 to the present day, the former officer met his alleged victims through a variety of dating apps.

It was during a number of these dates, that he allegedly sexually assaulted the women.

Police believe there are still women who are yet to come forward in regards to the allegations.

The man faces 108 charges including 34 counts of sexual penetration without content, 32 counts of aggravated penetration without consent and 3 counts of assault causing bodily harm.

The man is due to appear in court today.

This article first appeared on 7News and has been republished here with permission.

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