Married senior policeman 'is caught arranging an affair with one of his officers'

Married senior policeman ‘is caught arranging an affair with one of his officers – when woman’s sergeant husband heard it being discussed on their doorbell camera’

  • Deputy chief constable Nev Kemp, 48, was speaking to Sgt. Rachael Johnson
  • But their conversation was picked up by a doorbell camera, sources claim
  • Her husband Ross Johnson – a fellow police sergeant – was able to listen in
  • Mrs Johnson is understood to have confessed to a relationship with Mr Kemp
  • An outside force will now assess the complaint after Mr Johnson reported it

A married deputy chief constable was caught arranging an affair with a sergeant after their conversation was picked up on a doorbell camera.

Nev Kemp, 48 – a deputy chief constable at Surrey Police – was organising a hotel meet-up with Sergeant Rachael Johnson, 38, over the phone, sources claim.

But their conversation was picked up by a doorbell camera and her husband Ross Johnson – a fellow police sergeant – was able to listen in.

Married deputy chief constable Nev Kemp, 48, was caught arranging an affair with a sergeant after their conversation was picked up on a doorbell camera

Married deputy chief constable Nev Kemp, 48, was caught arranging an affair with a sergeant after their conversation was picked up on a doorbell camera

Mrs Johnson – who worked on personnel matters and criminal justice in the force – is understood to have confessed to a relationship with Mr Kemp when her husband, 40, confronted her about it. 

An outside force will now assess the allegations – after they were reported by Mr Johnson.

Mr Kemp started with Surrey Police in 2017 and took over from former-deputy chief constable Jeremy Burton.

Mr Burton stepped down over allegations that he had an ‘inappropriate relationship’ with a colleague in February.  

Nev Kemp, 48 - a deputy chief constable at Surrey Police - was organising a hotel meet-up with Sergeant Rachael Johnson, 38, over the phone, sources claim. But their conversation was picked up by a doorbell camera and her husband Ross Johnson - a fellow police sergeant - was able to listen in. Pictured: Ross and Rachael Johnson

Nev Kemp, 48 – a deputy chief constable at Surrey Police – was organising a hotel meet-up with Sergeant Rachael Johnson, 38, over the phone, sources claim. But their conversation was picked up by a doorbell camera and her husband Ross Johnson – a fellow police sergeant – was able to listen in. Pictured: Ross and Rachael Johnson

A source told The Sun: ‘Rachael and the deputy chief constable worked closely together. 

‘One thing has seemingly led to another.’

Surrey Police have been approached for comment. None of the people involved wished to comment to The Sun.

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