Police chiefs in Derbyshire have probed two employees over alleged sex-related matters, it has emerged.
The force has revealed it investigated a constable and a member of police staff about allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct.
Neither still work for the organisation.
A Derbyshire Constabulary spokesman was unable to name the employees involved or give details about the specific offences.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission was not involved in the investigations.
In a statement, Deputy Chief Constable Alan Goodwin said: “We investigated one constable and one member of police staff as a result of allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct.
“As a result, they no longer work for the organisation.
“The public has a right to expect the highest standards of conduct and integrity from those delivering their policing services and the force will take whatever action is necessary to uphold those standards,” he added.
According to the Guardian newspaper, figures from 38 of 43 forces across England and Wales show 169 officers, police community support officers and support staff are under investigation for predatory sexual behaviour.