The officer is accused of failing to include vital CCTV footage and mobile phone data and then writing to one of the investigators to ask her not to mention footage even existed.
As a result of her actions a trial into a chemsex drug dealing gang collapsed and another linked case did not go ahead.
And who is she?
However, a disciplinary panel has ruled she can only be referred to as "Officer A" throughout.
Even though you only need to Google to find it...
It was ruled that she will not be identified after an order was made to protect her mental health.
And the name being freely available. And a glance at the image of her showing - perhaps - another reason for the leniency...
At the time of the collapsed cases Judge Shani Barnes condemned the officer as “cavalier, disinterested and dismissive.”
She said: “I am confronted by an officer in the case admitting in writing that there were discs in a box with surveillance unseen, unscheduled, undisclosed.
“The attitude she expressed in writing reveals a cavalier, dismissive attitude to her duties as a responsible disclosure officer.
“She was disinterested in fulfilling her obligation to ensure that all material was viewed, scheduled and, where appropriate, provided to the defence.”
Another triumph for increasing diversity in the police farce, I'm sure you'll agree!