From this article in The Atlantic:
After an automobile crash, a young woman suspected of drunk driving was getting checked out for injuries. A California Highway Patrol officer, five-year veteran Sean Harrington, had her cell phone. He found a photo of her in a bikini. So he allegedly sent the image to his own phone, and then, though already guilty of criminal conduct, he forwarded the image to another California Highway Patrol officer.
"Similar isolated incidents have popped up across the nation ever since cell phones became quasi-cameras," Matthias Gafni reports in a follow-up story. "None of the cases found resulted in criminal charges for the accused cops."
If we are to have police, let us ensure that their numbers are filled with the best and most ethical among us.