Police have laid an additional 15 charges against a privately-employed paramedic following an investigation into the alleged sexual touching of multiple women in Sydney’s south last year.
In July 2019, officers from South Sydney Police Area Command established Strike Force Langland to investigate reports two women had been sexually abused by a man while receiving first aid at Redfern Railway Station.
Following inquiries, police charged a 38-year-old man on Wednesday 7 August 2019 with two counts of aggravated sexually touch another person after a search warrant was executed on a house at Jannali.
That man has now been charged with 15 additional offences, related to seven new alleged victims.
He is now charged with a total of 17 offences: 16 counts of aggravated sexually touch another person and, aggravated indecent assault – victim under authority of offender.
The man remains on bail and will appear before Downing Centre Local Court today (Friday 19 June 2020).
Police will allege in court that the man used his position to provide first aid services at the railway station, and inappropriately touched nine women between November 2018 and July 2019
The man, from Jannali, has been stood down from his role as a medic.
Investigations are continuing.