In Paris, a former police commissioner accused of filming under the skirts of women

    In Paris, a former police commissioner accused of filming under the skirts of women

    By Thomas martin
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    The man was at the BHV du Marais, equipped with video shoes on the shoes, when he was spotted (© AdobeStock)

    This Tuesday, January 12, 2021, a former police commissioner is summoned before the criminal court of Paris for voyeurism. The former deputy territorial director of local security Val de Marne, when he had been retired for only a few weeks, was surprised at the BHV Marais in Paris, at the beginning of August 2020, in the process of filming under women’s skirts using hidden cameras on her shoes.

    Commissioner in several districts of Paris

    The man had been the number 2 of the Val-de-Marne police for seven years, when he retired on June 30.

    He had previously held the posts of central commissioner of several Parisian districts and head of the anti-delinquency study and guidance service in Paris.

    The one nicknamed “cyber-cop” in the 1990s, had also been at the head of the Paris service for investigating fraud in information technology.

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