Matthew Sorel-Cameron prosecutes former Detective Constable of Cambridgeshire Police

December 12, 2022

Matthew Sorel-Cameron prosecutes former police officer for misconduct in a public office and making indecent images of children.

Detective Constable James Jordan of Cambridgeshire Police pleaded guilty to five counts of making indecent photographs of a child and three counts of misconduct in a public office at St Albans Crown Court on 12 December, 2022.

Sentencing will take place on 20 Jan 2023.

Matthew Sorel-Cameron prosecutes and defends in cases of Sexual Offences specialising in child sexual exploitation, rape and historic sexual crimes. He has significant experience in representing vulnerable clients and handling vulnerable witnesses. He is on the CPS Advocate Panel for General Crime at Grade 4, and on the Fraud, Serious Crime and RASSO panels.

Matthew was instructed by Ben Brighouse of the CPS.

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