A New South Wales police officer will face court next year after being charged with domestic violence-related assault and common assault.
The 25-year-old constable’s arrest follows investigations into an alleged assault on a man and a woman – whom the officer knew – at a licensed Sydney venue on 22 June.
Six days later the officer from the force’s south-west metropolitan region was arrested after attending a Sydney police station.
He was charged at the time with three counts of domestic violence-related assault and common assault.
But after further inquiries he was charged with three more counts of domestic violence-related common assault for alleged attacks that occurred in February and May.
The officer will face Downing local court on 4 May.
A NSW police force statement said the officer’s employment status was under review.