Corrupt UK Police Officers Planned Major Drugs Bust to Rob Dealers and Sell to Rival Gang

From L-R Wahid Husman and Tahsib Majid planned to rob a drug courier in Birmingham.

Two corrupt English police officers have been found guilty of plotting to use a marked police car to intercept a drug courier, steal his stash and sell the drugs for profit.

Constables Wahid Husman, 48, and award-winning Tahsib Majid, 36, planned to steal thousands of pounds worth of illegal substances and sell them to an organised crime network.

The men, who were based at Perry Barr police station, planned to rob the courier and steal quantities of Class A and B drugs as he made his way to Birmingham then split the drugs between them and a criminal gang to be sold.

Both men were convicted at Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday (22 August) of conspiracy to possess drugs with intent to supply, misconduct in public office and conspiracy to steal.

Majid was also convicted of unlawfully disclosing personal information while Husman admitted a series of conspiracies to commit misconduct in public office by accessing secure police systems for the benefit of drug dealers.

It was heard that Husman accessed police computer systems to feed information to a number of criminal associates while Majid committed a Data Protection offence on behalf of a criminal associate.

Husman had already pleaded guilty but Majid, who won a police award for his role in controlling fans during a JLS Christmas Lights switch-on concert that left several fans with crush injuries, was convicted following a two-week trial, reported the Birmingham Mail.

Five other men were convicted in the police investigation of offences including possession of drugs, conspiracy to supply drugs and conspiring with Husman to benefit from his access to sensitive police information.

Pages: 1 2 3

If you haven't already, be sure to like our Filming Cops Page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Please visit our sister site Smokers ONLY

Sign Up To Receive Your Free E-Book
‘Advanced Strategies On Filming Police’

About author

Filming Cops
Filming Cops 3179 posts

Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

You might also like