Top NYPD Cop to Plead Guilty in Corruption Probe Involving Lavish Trips and Hookers

A former top NYPD official is set to plead guilty to charges related to a sweeping corruption probe that included officers allegedly accepting trips abroad, jewelry and sex with a prostitute from shady businessmen, The Post has learned.

Retired Deputy Chief Michael Harrington will cop to criminal charges later Thursday in Manhattan federal court and faces up to 10 years behind bars, sources said.

Harrington did not sign a cooperation agreement, the sources added. It’s not clear which charges he’ll plead guilty to.

The trial for Harrington and co-defendants Deputy Inspector James Grant and businessman Jeremy Reichberg is set for April 30.

Harrington and Grant were accused in a stunning indictment of offering police protection in exchange for lavish gifts from Reichberg, a former Borough Park police liaison.

Grant and another cop were allegedly treated to lap dances and mile-high group sex with hooker Gabi Grecko, who told The Post she performed oral sex on the men on a wild trip to Las Vegas.