A police officer has been sentenced after crashing into two cars while on duty causing her vehicle to land on its roof.

PC Charlotte Morris, aged 23, who is based at Slough police, was driving a marked police car along Eton Wick Road near Windsor when she hit the parked cars on August 27.

A third parked vehicle was also damaged but was not hit directly.

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She suffered minor injuries along with her fellow police officer, who was a passenger in the vehicle, but there were no other injuries.

Following a trial at Swindon Magistrates' Court on Tuesday (February 6), she has been convicted of driving without due care and attention.

She was sentenced to five penalty points on her licence, and ordered to pay a fine, costs and a victim surcharge totalling £462.

An investigation will now be conducted by Thames Valley Police's professional standards department following the conclusion of these proceedings.