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Today PC Banfield arrived for sentencing, having already admitted to a charge of assault by beating earlier this year.
In court he was spared jail and ordered to pay £500 in compensation, wear an electronic tag and sentenced to a 14-week night-time curfew.
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) March 19, 2021
Broadcast for the first time tonight, the footage shows PC Oliver Banfield who was off duty at the time, violently assaulting Emma Homer, in what the court described as “misogynistic” verbal abuse. He was spared jail & ordered to pay £500 in compensation & wear an electronic tag
— Hayley Barlow (@Hayley_Barlow) March 19, 2021