• I guess they think that her not having her job anymore is punishment enough.
  • Since when is it "not in the public interest" to prosecute people who break the law? It's not really the fault of the Sussex Police. Since the CPS decided not to prosecute and she quit her job, there really isn't anything else the Police can do.
  • It's a first time offense and a petty crime. It sounds like a reasonable resolution to me.
  • No, considering Sussex Police have no authority to do anything more. The decision to prosecute is not made by the police. Moreover, their disciplinary power is limited to officers. Her quitting therefore takes away any power they had.

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