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2 May 2014, 19:46 | Updated: 2 May 2014, 19:50
A Norfolk police officer has been sentenced following his earlier plea to harassment and public order offences.
PC Matthew Blake had pleaded guilty to Section Two Harassment and Section Four Public Order offences.
PC Blake was suspended from duty during the duration of the investigation by Norfolk Constabulary's Professional Standards Department. He remains suspended and will now be the subject of an internal disciplinary process.
T/Detective Inspector Phill Gray from the Professional Standards Department at Norfolk Constabulary, said: "Public confidence in the police depends on those serving with us demonstrating the highest level of personal and professional behaviour. The Constabulary will continue to robustly investigate any allegations of criminal conduct by its employees."