Prison pharmacist, 38, who bombarded inmate with 105 raunchy texts in just nine days praising his ‘huge manhood’ is struck off
- Jennifer Harrison worked as a pharmacist’s technician at HMP Lindholme
- The 38-year-old prison worker claimed she would meet the prisoner leaving jail
- She was interviewed by South Yorkshire Police but no charges were brought
- The General Pharmaceutical Council struck Ms Harrison from their register
A prison pharmacist who bombarded an inmate with X-rated texts praising his ‘huge manhood’ has been struck off.
Jennifer Harrison, 38, promised the prisoner she would be waiting at the gates of HMP Lindholme in Doncaster when he was released.
The convict, referred to only as patient A, received 105 sexts from Harrison in just nine days, the disciplinary hearing was told.
Jennifer Harrison, pictured, bombarded a prisoner with text messages of a sexual nature while she was working as a pharmacist’s technician at HMP Lindoholme in Doncaster
Prison pharmacist technician Jennifer Harrison was struck off by regulators
Harrison, who was employed by the prison to hand out medicine, said she wanted to see the inmate ‘completely starkers’.
She also told her incarcerated lover: ‘No matter what I’m gonna be at that gate waiting for u. Take u home new life fresh start.’
Harrison even told the inmate: ‘Hey it says cystitis can occur after sex. Soooo I blame your f****** huge manhood for my discomfort. What u got to say about that’.
When their relationship came to light she was interviewed at South Yorkshire Police Station, but no charges were brought.
Harrison claimed she had been groomed by the inmate and had been involved in a controlling relationship with a different partner.
She has since stopped working as a pharmacist technician and was not represented at the hearing.
Harrison was found guilty of engaging in a personal relationship with an inmate and sending him inappropriate messages.
The General Pharmaceutical Council misconduct panel ruled that her conduct was sexually motivated and ordered she be struck off.
Panel chairman Christopher Gibson QC, said: ‘Ms Harrison agrees she first knew patient A and she admits that he gave her a phone number.
‘She accepts that she kept it and she used it to send him text messages. She admits that she knew prisoners could not have phones. She agrees that she had broken her position of trust.
‘There is no doubt that she sent the text messages. She accepted that she had sent them and the number which she had sent them to was patient A’s. It was clear beyond doubt that her conduct was sexual.’
Harrison sent 105 text messages to the inmate between December 5 and December 14 2015.
In one sent on December 10 she said: ‘Strong passionate kisses make my knees buckle’.
Later that day she said: ‘Loveve you so much. SOOOOOOO much ffs xxxxxxxxxxx’.
The panel found all the allegations proven and ordering Harrison be struck off Mr Gibson added: ‘It seems to us that the picture is Ms Harrison deliberately kept a phone number when she should have reported it.
‘Then, that she made use of it and embarked on a sexually motivated relationship with this man. It is clear from the texts she was sending she was actively pursuing the relationship.
‘On the basis of the information before us, we cannot see any evidence that Ms Harrison has reflected on the seriousness of what she has done.
‘It the circumstances it seems to us that the seriousness of the misconduct taken together with her lack of remorse or insight, means that her behaviour is incompatible with staying on the register.
‘Our order is that her name is to be removed from the register.’
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