James Delinicolis leaves NSW Police after avoiding jail for sex with schoolgirl


Two NSW Police officers, who had sex with a Sydney schoolgirl after one of them met her while working, have officially left law enforcement, The Daily Telegraph reports.

James Delinicolis, 30, and Angelo Dellosa, 31, both pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office over the 2020 incident with the 17-year-old, known only by the pseudonym Violet.

READ MORE: Former police officer James Delinicolis avoids jail for picking up schoolgirl on duty.

In March 2020, Delinicolis was stationed at a bus stop at Cabramatta railway station when he saw Violet wearing a school uniform. According to details from the court, the policeman asked her several intrusive questions before handing her his number.

Angelo Dellosa. Photo: NCA NewsWire / Steven Saphore.

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That same day, Violet and Delinicolis met up at a hotel and engaged in sexual acts. Dellosa soon arrived and also engaged in sexual acts, all of which have been supressed by the court. A complaint by Violet prompted their arrest.

Following a court case, Delinicolis was sentenced to a two-year intensive correction order, while Dellosa was handed an 18-month community corrections order.

READ MORE: NSW Police criticised for ‘code of silence’ after James Delinicolis charged with attempted rape.

James Delinicolis.

The pair have both since resigned from NSW Police, according to The Daily Telegraph. They had been suspended without pay following their arrests.

The court has heard that Delinicolis has since been performing lawn mowing and labouring.

Delinicolis, who has been living with his grandmother, has also split with his wife but Dellosa’s relationship has survived.

READ MORE: NSW police officer, James Delinicolis, charged with sexual assault, production of child abuse material.

Source: The Daily Telegraph.




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