One of David Carrick’s victims plans to be in court for his sentencing this week.
Speaking to the BBC, the victim said she was scared to report the crime over fear of not being believed.
The victim, who did not want to disclose her real name, said she was raped one night after she went to Carrick’s house after working late.
She said: “I wouldn’t class it as violence, but also it’s force and I had to put up with it. I’m a police officer, I know exactly the definition of a rape and I know no means no… and because he kept saying yes, I know he’d heard me say no. But he did it anyway, he didn’t care.”
But she said she never brought the subject up with her colleagues and “certain wasn’t going to report it”.