A SENIOR police officer who waged a campaign over the internet of sexual humiliation against his ex girlfriend has received a suspended sentence.
Detective Sergeant Darren James Clohesy was originally charged with stalking but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of offensive behaviour.
He also admitted to twice breaching his bail conditions and to improperly accessing the police computer system.
The charges related to his failed relationship with Tania Milsom, a fellow police officer, which ended in early 2009.
Passing sentence in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today, Chief Magistrate Elizabeth Bolton said to describe Clohesy's behaviour as despicable would be an understatement.
"You provided the details to allow this nasty, hurtful and malicious scheme to take place," she told the 41-year-old.
Ms Bolton said that after Clohesy had been rejected by his girlfriend he hel
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