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‘Rotten to the core’ police detective Michael McMillan, 32, sent sex texts to domestic abuse victims …went on to have sex with two of them 

Also recommend no further action be taken against the ex-parter of a woman who would not send him pictures after he said he wanted to f*’ her 

He also had sex with another victim after asking her to dress up for him

Pleaded guilty to seven offences and has now been jailed for four years

‘Predatory’ Michael McMillan, 32, sent sex texts to domestic abuse victims
The former detective constable went on to have sex with two of them
Also recommend no further action be taken against the ex-parter of a woman who would not send him pictures after he said he wanted to f*’ her
He also had sex with another victim after asking her to dress up for him
Pleaded guilty to seven offences and has now been jailed for four years A court heard Michael McMillan, 32,abused his position in the Merseyside’s Family Crime Investigation Unit by targeting vulnerable women for his ‘sexual purposes’
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A court heard Michael McMillan, 32, (pictured) abused his position in the Merseyside’s Family Crime Investigation Unit by targeting vulnerable women for his ‘sexual purposes’
A ‘predatory’ police officer who sent sex texts to vulnerable domestic abuse victims and had sex with two of them has been branded ‘rotten to the core’ as he was jailed for four years.
A court heard Detective Constable Michael McMillan, 32, abused his position in the Merseyside’s Family Crime Investigation Unit by targeting the women for his ‘sexual purposes’. The 32-year-old married father of two pleaded guilty to seven offences of misconduct in public office and was today jailed for four years. Liverpool Crown Court was told that McMillan targeted his seven victims when they were at their lowest point having first gained their trust.
Duncan Bould, prosecuting, told how his behaviour included bombarding his victims with hundreds of sex texts, sending them lewd photos and videos and asking for nude images in return.
He also recommended that no further action be taken against the ex-partner of a woman who would not send him pictures after he said he wanted to ‘f***’ her and he had sex with another victim after asking her to dress up for him. The court heard on another occasion McMillan received a sex act from a woman while a junior colleague waited outside and later had sex with her three times.
On yet another occasion he received a sex act from a victim while completing a statement retracting her domestic violence complaint. He also convinced an alleged attempted rape victim to retract her complaint against her wishes and then lied and claimed he had sought protection for her.
The Recorder of Liverpool, Judge Clement Goldstone, QC, told him: ‘You used your position as a detective constable, specially trained in the handling of complaints of domestic violence and of its victims, to abuse that position in the worst way imaginable – for your sexual gratification in order to further and in some cases satisfy your apparent insatiable sexual appetite.
Liverpool Crown Court was told that McMillan  targeted his seven victims when they were at their lowest point having first gained their trust
‘All of these women were left with their confidence and trust in the police shattered. That confidence may never be regained.’
The judge said McMillan’s actions in order to fulfil his ‘predatory sexual urges’ undid the hard work of professional colleagues in building bridges with victims.
‘Even within baskets of the choicest fruits there may be found one rotten apple. You showed yourself in the so-called discharge of your duties as a police officer, in which you professed to to have taken pride, to be rotten to the core.’

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