The officer, who was not named in court, said: "She has always been talking about money and asking for money.
"I am extremely disturbed by this and feel it has affected me personally with trust issues and has made me realise how vulnerable I can be." Judge Jeremy Carey sentencing pretty brunette Harris said he had to put her behind bars for the 'premeditated, determined and unpleasant nature' of her behaviour.
Maidstone Crown Court in Kent heard on Wednesday her victim had lent her money on previous occasions and took her on a shopping trip to buy clothes.
But in a statement he said he felt "trapped in a corner" and was being used for money.
"In other words, the mere use of this material, misleading as it was, would have resulted, had it gone any further, in at least a suspension and an investigation." Judge Carey said he accepted Harris's letter showed 'an appropriate degree of recognition of the seriousness' of what she had done and some remorse.