LAKE OSWEGO, Ore -- The state of Oregon revoked the credentials of two former police officers from Lake Oswego Thursday because they had sex while on duty.
Martin E. Bradford and Joshua P. Day had their credentials stripped by the Oregon State Board of Public Safety Standards & Training in a board vote.
The Oregonian reported Thursday the board found the officers had "violated moral fitness standards."
Bradford resigned from the Lake Oswego Police Department in Oct. 2012 when he was accused of having sex with a female police officer and a female record keeper while on duty.
Day also resigned in Oct of 2012 after accusations arose that he had sex with a records keeper and a dispatcher.