MAN HELD IN ‘PEEPING TOM’ PROBE AT BELFAST PSNI STATION

Security guard arrested on over a 'peeping tom' probe at Antrim Road PSNI station

Security guard arrested on over a ‘peeping tom’ probe at Antrim Road PSNI station

POLICE arrested a civilian working at a police station in north Belfast on suspicion of voyeurism.

It is understood the suspect was a 49-year-old security staff member employed by a private firm and not the PSNI.

Sources claim the man was using police cameras to train their lenses on the nearby home of a woman.

At the time of his arrest he was believed to have been operating the CCTV camera system watching over the heavily fortified Antrim Road PSNI station.

The contract for manning police CCTV cameras is controlled by Resource NI who were awarded the contract last year.

Following questioning, the man was later released from custody.

The man is now no longer working for the security firm.

A police spokesperson said there was one adult female victim involved in the case.

In a statement Resource NI said: “Resource can confirm that a member of staff was suspended following allegations of misconduct.

“The employee no longer works for the company.

“Resource expects the highest levels of integrity from all staff and have a number of policies and processes in place to ensure these standards.”

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