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Qld cop allegedly sent teen vile Snapchats

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A Queensland police officer working within the child protection unit allegedly sent vile Snapchat messages to a teenager who he was meant to be helping, a court heard.

Several screenshots of the messages allegedly sent by Matthew Paul Hockley to the 15-year-old girl were displayed to the Brisbane District Court on the first day of Mr Hockley’s trial.

Mr Hockley, a senior constable, is charged with grooming a child under 16 to procure engagement in a sexual act, grooming a child under 16 with intent to expose to indecent matter and one count of using the internet to procure a child under 16.

He pleaded not guilty to all charges on Monday.

Crown prosecutor Judy Geary said the alleged offences occurred over several weeks between July and…



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