A Northern Territory Police assistant commissioner has been committed to stand trial accused of rape.
Peter Bravos, 52, faces four counts of rape over allegations relating to two women more than a decade ago.
He was released on bail with a $1000 surety today after a two-day committal hearing in the Darwin Local Court.
The 52-year-old is facing four charges of sexual intercourse without consent, involving two alleged victims.
The alleged incidents date back a decade ago.
Last year former NT police commissioner John McRoberts was sentenced to prison after being found guilty of attempting to pervert the course of justice in a travel agent fraud investigation, where he was having a sexual relationship with the main suspect.
He was sentenced to three years in prison to be suspended after 12 months but was eligible for release after six months.
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