The Ontario Special Investigations Unit says a former Chatham-Kent police officer is facing another sexual assault charge.

SIU director Tony Loparco says he has reasonable grounds to believe that the former officer, Kenneth Miller, committed criminal offences in relation to an incident that reportedly occurred in November of 2014. 

The SIU was contacted by CKPS on March 28, 2018 regarding a complaint made by a woman, of a sexual nature, against the man when he was an active officer. 

As a result of the SIU investigation, Miller is facing one count of sexual assault and one count of breach of trust by public officer.

Miller was arrested by members of the SIU, and later released on several conditions, including that he refrain from communicating directly or indirectly with the complainant.

He is required to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice at 425 Grand Avenue West in Chatham on Dec. 11. 

Miller is the same former constable who was handed a 60-day intermittent jail sentence in March after pleading guilty to one count of breach of trust in an incident with a woman in a parking lot.

An SIU investigation found that a 23-year-old woman was driven in a marked cruiser to a parking lot in the Orangewood Boulevard area in August, 2015.

Miller also pleaded guilty to breach of trust after an incident in May 2013.

Two separate sexual assault charges were withdrawn.

Miller resigned from Chatham-Kent police in March 2018.