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Monster cop David Carrick raped a woman at gunpoint after telling her: "I'm the safest person you can be around… I'm a police officer.''
The victim said she felt she had “encountered evil” when the serving bobby subjected her to multiple brutal sex attacks lasting all night after tricking her into believing he was no threat.
He had lured her back to his flat from the pub by telling her he needed help cleaning it for a party.
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When no-one else showed and he moved in to kiss her she said no and tried to leave. Carrick grabbed her by the hair, put his hand around her mouth, threw her on the bed – then pulled out a black handgun from under a pillow and said: “You are not going”.
As he raped the women – which he did at least six times over several hours – he put his hand round her throat and said he was going to be “the last thing she saw”.
She said in a victim impact statement: “I distinctly remember his words – 'come on, you can trust me, I am the safest person you can be around, I am a police officer'."
“I honestly thought he was going to kill me that night. I thought he was going to rape me and kill me and that my life would be over”.
The woman – then in her 20s – was one of a dozen victims subjected to “violent and brutal sex offences”by Carrick during his 20 years as a Metropolitan Police officer.
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He is due to be sentenced on Tuesday, February 7.
Southwark Crown Court heard that the 48-year-old firearms officer – known as “B*****d Dave” by colleagues – used his job to tell victims they would not be believed and carried on offending despite a string of complaints to the Met and other forces about his predatory behaviour.
His reign of terror ended in October 2021 when he was charged with rape, prompting a host of other victims to come forward.
Tom Little KC, prosecuting, said that Carrick's victims had included two fellow police officers as well as friends, strangers he had picked up on dating apps, girlfriends he controlled in violent relationships and cleaners.The reality was that “it did not matter who the victim was,” the lawyer said.
“The reality was if he had the opportunity he would rape them, sexually abuse or assault them and humiliate them.''
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He said the acts of humiliation Carrick subjected his victims to worsened as the years went by.
Some women were urinated on. He forced others into sex so they would be overheard by their parents or children.
Carrick kept one terrified victim imprisoned naked in a cupboard under the stairs while he stood guard outside.
She had bought a jumper without his permission.
The officer brutalised her with a metal whip as he raped her up to 20 times during their relationship.
He used his police-issue handcuffs to restrain another woman and threatened another with his police baton – then sent her a photo of his gun saying: “Remember I am the boss”.
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The woman said he called her his “whore and prostitute”, forced her to obey him and watched her while he was at work via a camera he had put in the lounge – using its speaker system to call her “lazy” whenever she sat down.
He offered to pay another victim £1,000 a month to be his “slut”.
The officer, who guarded politicians as a member of the force's Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection unit, had been specially trained in combating domestic violence.
A fellow police officer Carrick raped 20 years ago said she did not report it because she did not think she would be believed and now felt shame.
Mr Little said she told fellow detectives after Carrick had been exposed: “I wasn’t going to put myself through it, which is hypocritical because I would encourage a rape victim to do it, but not brave enough to do it myself.
“I just didn’t talk about it to anybody, thought ‘it’s not happening again’, toughen up and move on.”
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The prosecutor said the officer was no doubt aware they would conclude they would be unlikely to be believed if they were to come forward on their own and claim that a Met Police officer had raped them'.
Carrick admitted 49 charges – including 24 rapes – after being unmasked as one of Britain's most prolific sex offenders.
One victim said: “I don't trust the police any more. If anything went wrong I don't know whether I would want to call the police as I'd worry that they would send a male officer like him. The thought of being alone with a male officer makes me very anxious.''
Another she had been “too frightened” to report his crimes after he told her that he was the a police officer, saying “he was the law, and he owned me”.
One victim described Carrick as acting like a monster', called her his “slave” and ordered her to clean the house naked.
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Alisdair Williamson KC, mitigating, said Carrick “accepts full responsibility for what he has done” and it was likely his jail sentence will bring him “close to… if not to … the close of his natural life'.
He said one victim had noted something had “profoundly damaged this man”.
“He is testament of how the abused becomes the abuser,'' the lawyer said.
“Good and evil dwelled in one skin.
“He cannot ask for mercy and does not”.
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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