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Police officer charged with sending inappropriate video to young boy over Facebook

A police sergeant accused of sending an inappropriate video to a young boy over Facebook has appeared in a Mandurah court.

The 41-year-old was charged this month by child abuse detectives with using an electronic communication to expose a person under he age of 13 to indecent matter. He was also charged with encouraging a child to do an indecent act.

In Mandurah Magistrate's Court this morning, the sergeant, who has been stood down from duty, applied to have his bail conditions altered so that he could see his own children without supervision.

The court was told that on October 2 he sent an inappropriate video to the child over Facebook, before having an inappropriate conversation over the internet the next day.

Defence lawyer Paul Sofield told the court the alleged offence did not relate to his own children and that his wife had provided an affidavit to the court she had no concerns with her husband spending unsupervised time with their children.

Magistrate Anne Longden granted the request and adjourned the case until December 8. The sergeant was not required to enter a plea and said nothing as he left court into a waiting car.

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