Teen accused of assault on female police officer who was left bruised and bloodied – police warn that officers are being beaten more and more
- A female police officer was bruised and bloodied after arresting a teenager
- She is said to have been attacked during an arrest on the NSW Central Coast
- The senior cop sustained head injuries after being ‘knocked to the ground’
- The attack comes amid claims that the NSW police are undergoing 50 attacks per week
A female police officer was left bruised and gory after an alleged sexual assault by a teenager.
The officer was reportedly arrested by a 17-year-old boy while arresting him for allegedly destroying a car on the central New South Wales coast.
She hit her head after allegedly being pushed to the ground by the teenager as she escorted him to the police car.
A female police officer (pictured) was left bruised and gory after alleged sexual assault by a teenager
The alleged attack occurred after a call for a domestic incident involving a 17-year-old boy and a 50-year-old woman on Sylvan Valley Road, Niagara Park on Friday at 11:40 AM.
Police say the two had a fight in their car when the boy smashed the windows before leaving the car and damaging the outside.
The teenager was arrested and taken to Gosford hospital, but was reportedly beaten by the arresting officers.
He has been charged with destroying or damaging property, escaping police custody and attacking police in performing the duty, causing bodily harm.
He was bailed to appear before the NSW Children’s Court on Saturday.
The alleged attack comes amid claims that the police are experiencing an alarming increase in attacks on front officers.
The alleged attack is amid claims that New South Wales police (photo) are experiencing an alarming increase in attacks on front officers
Police and Emergency Minister David Elliott said violence and abuse against the police are unacceptable.
“We have an average of almost 50 police officers a week and that is not good enough. Therefore, I have announced a parliamentary inquiry into these horrific incidents to try to better understand why they continue to occur in unacceptable numbers, “said Minister Elliott.
“These daily attacks on police officers across the state are not only disappointing, but extremely worrying as these are the people who risk their lives to protect yours.”
The alleged attack comes just four days after a similar incident in Halekulani on the Central Coast.
A police officer (photo) left horrific cuts on her face after a mad man reportedly punched and kneaded her in the head while trying to arrest him
When the officers spoke to the man, he reportedly became aggressive and punched the 47-year-old woman (pictured her bloodied hand) several times in the head
A 47-year-old police officer is said to have been beaten, urinated and kneaded in the head while arresting a deranged man on Tuesday morning.
The senior agent suffered facial cuts and was treated on-site before being taken to Wyong Hospital for further treatment.
She tried to detain the man with a colleague on a street in Halekulani on the Central Coast.
When the officers spoke to the man, he reportedly became aggressive and hit the 47-year-old woman in the head several times.