A Northumberland OPP officer has seven days to quit the organization or be fired.
According to a report in Northumberland News, Constable James Orser, who worked out of the Campbellford detachment, was given the ultimatum in a recently released decision by the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.
Orser had appealed a decision made on discreditable conduct in 2016, but the decision that he be dismissed or resign from the OPP was upheld at the recent appeal.
Orser had admitted to making a sexual cell phone video of himself and a woman without consent but claimed post traumatic syndrome was the cause of his misbehaviour.
That argument was rejected.
In the past, Orser had also lost 80 hours of pay after being found guilty of writing inappropriate comments on a traffic ticket.
He had been acquitted of sex charges laid by two women after the judge found their testimony to be inconsistent.
Constable Orser could appeal the Police Commision’s final decision to Divisional Court.
He has been suspended with pay for almost six years.