Horrific abuse campaign of sex monster cop who boasted ‘he was the law’: David Carrick victims reveal how they were whipped, locked naked in a cupboard and only allowed to walk behind him, with one calling him ‘evil’ after he pointed his gun at her
- Victims of the former Met Police officer have given moving statements in court
- He faces a life sentence after admitting to dozens of rapes and sexual offences
Sex monster police officer David Carrick boasted to victims that ‘he was the law’ as he carried out a horrific campaign of abuse against multiple women.
The former Met Police officer, who is facing decades in prison after admitting to dozens of rapes and sexual offences against 12 women, degraded his victims by whipping them and locking them naked in a cupboard.
In court on Monday his victims bravely told of the hell they had been put through, with one saying she felt she had ‘encountered evil’ after he pointed his gun at her.
The sex attacker bragged to one victim that ‘I am the safest person you can be around, I’m a police officer’.
Another said she was convinced because of his position as a diplomatic and parliamentary protection officer she would be not be believed if she reported him, saying she had had it drilled into her ‘he was the police, he was the law and he owned me’.
David Carrick, pictured, faces years in prison after admitting to rapes and sexual offences against multiple women
The former Met Police officer, pictured here in a court sketch, wages a horrific campaign of abuse against his sexual partners for nearly 20 years
Victims claim they were locked in a cupboard under the stairs (pictured) while naked and forced to stay there for hours
At Southwark Crown Court in London on Monday, statements from 11 of Carrick’s 12 victims shed light on the horrific crimes he committed over the course of nearly 20 years.
They revealed that the sexual predator, who carried out 49 offences including 24 counts of rape while serving with the Metropolitan Police, lorded his status in the force over his victims.
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As part of his abuse he locked one woman in the cupboard under his stars naked and starved her for ten hours as ‘punishment’.
Carrick made another woman choke on her vomit, assaulted one with a sex toy and urinated on one of his victims.
The armed officer tortured and abused women for 17 years despite coming to police attention nine times before his arrest and developing the nickname ‘Bastard Dave’ at work.
He called women ‘fat and lazy’ and treated them like slaves as he controlled them financially.
Victims were isolated from their family and forbidden from speaking with other men.
One victim said she was convinced the police would not investigate her complaint.
Reading out a statement on her behalf, prosecutor Tom Little KC, said: ‘I was too frightened to go to the police to lodge a complaint as the defendant had drilled it into me that ‘he was the police, he was the law, and he owned me’.
‘I was convinced the police would not believe me and would not investigate my complaint.
‘The only feelings I have for the defendant are immense pity for how damaged he really is.’
As part of his abuse he locked one woman in the cupboard under his stars naked and starved her for ten hours as ‘punishment’
One woman said she could remember the words ‘I am the safest person you can be around’.
She said: ‘That night I felt I had encountered evil.
‘I distinctively remember his words – “come on, you can trust me, I am the safest person you can be around, I am a police officer”.
‘I honestly thought he was going to kill me that night, I thought he was going to rape me and kill me and that my life would be over.
David Carrick, pictured here in a court sketch at Southwark Crown Court on Monday, faces decades in prison
The former Met Police officer, pictured here in uniform and holding a gun, abused a dozen women over the course of nearly 20 years
Carrick set up surveillance cameras which he used to monitor some of his victims at his home
‘I felt lucky to be able to leave the next morning as I didn’t believe that I would be doing so.’
She added: ‘The days, weeks and months after, I couldn’t move on from that night.
‘I kept seeing the gun he had pointed at me and remembering the cruel words he had used, saying the things he was going to do and if I just behaved, he would let me go.
‘The memories of what he did have always been so very painful, but the truth of that night should be told, and he should be held accountable for his actions.
‘I realise that nothing can change the past, but he had no right to assault me, sexually, mentally or physically, and has no understanding of how much this has impacted my life.’
Another victim said: ‘I don’t trust the police any more, if anything went wrong I don’t know whether I would want to call the police as I’d worry that they would send a male officer like him.
‘If he can do it to a lone female then anyone can do it.
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‘The thought of being alone with a male officer makes me very anxious, I wouldn’t want to be in a room with a male officer or even any of my friends or family.’
On Carrick himself, the woman added: ‘I don’t feel like any sentence could ever be enough for what he did and the effects that it has had on my life.
‘Knowing that he was in a position of trust also makes trusting people even harder, because if you can’t trust someone who is supposed to serve and protect you, then who can you trust?
‘It scares me for people as there are a lot of women on dating apps and it is just too easy to do what he did to me, to other women.’
Another victim said: ‘I have struggled to write this, to really get across the impact that he has had on me personally, my life, my family and my friends. There are so many mental and physical scars that remain.
‘Recalling memories of what he did to me and how he treated me has been very difficult emotionally and mentally. I am not the same person I was before I met him.
‘When I first met Dave he was lovely. He made me feel like his one and only princess.
‘He really invested in getting to know me and trying to understand me. He got to know my personality, likes, dislikes, fears and insecurities which he later used against me to his advantage.
‘If I didn’t do as he requested, he would make me feel ungrateful, unappreciative, and call me obnoxious. He made his feelings known, that he wanted me to be submissive.
‘He began controlling and limiting my friends, family, and relationships. I didn’t see it all the time, but he was eliminating my support network slowly but surely until I lost contact with everyone I care about.
‘My daughter saw me go through the relationship ups and downs as well as the effect it had on me. My daughter was only young at the time and still is, but I know it has ruined our relationship.
‘He was controlling of what, when and in what quantities I was eating. I became weaker and weaker.
Carrick, pictured here in his mugshot, has since admitted to dozens of rapes and against multiple women
Protesters gathered outside Southwark Crown Court on Monday, where Carrick’s two-day-long sentencing hearing is taking place
‘Sometimes he was so aggressive during sex and he would hit me in my head or force (himself) so far down my throat that I couldn’t breathe. I actually thought I might die.
‘I had less and less energy to defend myself when I was forced to have sex. Mentally I was exhausted.
‘He had convinced me that there was nothing wrong with me, even though I had been prescribed medication from the doctors, he would convince me to lower the dose as he told me I didn’t need it. This was just another way of controlling me.
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‘In the end, I just wanted to die. I felt I had ruined the relationship with my daughter through the decisions I had made, to trust and move in with him so soon without really knowing him.
‘I felt trapped, I couldn’t see an escape and he made me feel like I had no one.
‘I became so low and depressed that I thought about hanging myself to end it all. I never want to be in that situation again.
‘I feel humiliated, dirty and degraded.’
Carrick said ‘not again’ when he was arrested on 2 October 2021 after a woman came forward to police alleging she had been raped in a Holiday Inn hotel in St Albans on 5 September 2020.
That charge was dropped against the officer but it was claimed he had met the woman on the Tinder dating app and showed her his Scotland Yard warrant card.
Carrick was said to have raped her while calling himself a ‘dominant b*****d’.
Of the offences he admitted before the court last month, some are multiple-incident counts, meaning they relate to at least 85 separate offences, including at least 71 sexual offences and 48 rapes.
He denied a further count of rape in September 2020 relating to a 13th woman, whose allegation triggered the investigation, with the Crown Prosecution Service deciding it was not in the public interest to proceed to trial.
Mr Little said the case fell short of meriting a whole-life sentence – because he had not killed anyone and pleaded guilty – but called for a life sentence with a fixed minimum term.
Alisdair Williamson KC, defending, said Carrick ‘accepts fully responsibility for what he has done’ and that it is likely any life sentence will ‘bring him close to, if not to, the close of his natural life’.
‘He cannot ask for mercy and does not,’ he added.
The Met was forced to apologise and admit Carrick should have been rooted out earlier after it emerged he came to police attention over nine incidents – including allegations of rape, domestic violence and harassment – between 2000 and 2021, with all but one of the incidents relating to his behaviour towards women.
Carrick faced no criminal sanctions or misconduct findings and police chiefs across England and Wales have since been asked to have all officers checked against national police databases by the end of March.
He was finally sacked from the force last month after pleading guilty and being unmasked as one of the country’s most prolific sex offenders.
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