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Pictured: Jeffrey Davies<br />
Re: A former South Wales Police detective has been jailed for 18 years after he was found guilty of raping two women.<br />
Jeffrey Davies, 45, of Aberdare, was serving in the Rhondda Valley when he raped his victims in 2002 and 2003.<br />
Cardiff Crown Court heard he was dismissed from the force in 2013 after being convicted of other sexual assaults.<br />
IPCC Commissioner for Wales, Jan Williams, has said Davies was a "sex offender hiding within the police".<br />
The court heard Davies targeted vulnerable women, telling one of his victims the rape "would make her feel better" as he attacked her on the Bwlch mountain in Rhondda Cynon Taff in 2002.<br />
He had met her through his work with South Wales Police and she had believed he was taking her to a police station before he drove to the dark mountain, the court was told.<br />
He raped the second woman a year later in her own home.
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Pictured: Jeffrey Davies
Re: A former South Wales Police detective has been jailed for 18 years after he was found guilty of raping two women.
Jeffrey Davies, 45, of Aberdare, was serving in the Rhondda Valley when he raped his victims in 2002 and 2003.
Cardiff Crown Court heard he was dismissed from the force in 2013 after being convicted of other sexual assaults.
IPCC Commissioner for Wales, Jan Williams, has said Davies was a "sex offender hiding within the...
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