A Cumbria detective who used police computers to access women's details has been jailed for four years after being found guilty of misconduct.
Judge Paul Batty QC at Carlisle Crown Court told Fisher he had disgraced the public office he held.
During the trial, the married father of two admitted having sex with the victim of an alleged attack, and showing her a picture of the woman accused of assaulting her.
He said he had "just wanted sex" and had made mistakes.
When the offences were carried out, between 2008 and 2010, Fisher was a sexual offenders' manager based in the force's Public Protection Unit.
My comment: Another you couldn't make it up story, a sexual offenders' manager guilty of misconduct for having sex.
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