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Sheffield Crown Court heard today that Pogmore has already pleaded guilty to the charges after he admitted he arranged for his swinger friends to have sex while the helicopter was hovering overhead so he could film them.
The court heard that Pogmore also used the powerful lens to focus on a nude mother-of-three and her bikini-clad daughters who were sun bathing in their garden as his crew mates allegedly watched.
Co-accused Loosemore, who transferred to the National Police Air service in 2013, claimed that he was concentrating on piloting the aircraft and would only look at the monitors 'for a couple of seconds'.
Mr Wright said the recordings were 'not simply the product of one swinging and sexual obsessed air observer Adrian Pogmore but were made with the connivance of the other members of the crew'.
Walls, of Sheffield, denies one count, Loosemore, of Doncaster, denies one count, Reeves denies one count and Lucas, of Sheffield, denies three counts of misconduct relating to watching and filming naked people without their consent and observing and recording people performing sexual acts.
Mr Wright said the prosecution stemmed from recordings found in Pogmore's possession at a police station in 2015 and that he was the only person present on all four flights mentioned in the charges.
The woman who was spotted sunbathing naked in her back garden said she felt 'sickened' after being told she had been spied on by police officers, a court heard.