Constable Wahid Husman, 48, and his award-winning colleague Tahsib Majid, 36, facing jail for conspiracy to possess drugs with intent to supply and conspiracy to steal in Birmingham.
Both police officers based at Perry Barr police station, were convicted of conspiracy to possess drugs with intent to supply, misconduct in public office and conspiracy to steal a consignment of illegal drugs destined for Birmingham.
Wahid Husman pleaded guilty at the start of his trial while Tahsib Majid was convicted following a two-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court which concluded today.
Tahsib Majid was also convicted of unlawfully disclosing personal information while Husman admitted a series of conspiracies to commit misconduct in public office by accessing secure police systems for the benefit of drug dealers.
Anti-corruption investigators arrested both police officers in February 2017 when officers found more than £7,000 in cash in Husman’s home anddrugs in his shed.
Both Police officers were experienced but they abused their position of trust to work with criminal gangs to arrange for the supply of drugs.
Wahid Husman was pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office and to possess a Class B drugs.
Tahsib Majid, 36, was convicted of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office to possess a Class B drug and Class A drug with intent to supply.