A police non-commissioned officer who served as a medic at the Police Training Academy in Shfaram had his remand extended Sunday on suspicion that he sexually harassed at least two female cadets. In both cases, the 30-year-old officer is suspected of attacking women who were his patients and who are currently cadets in the police training course. One of the women claimed that the medic raped and sodomized her, while the second complained that he sexually assaulted her. The complaints were submitted to the women's commanders over the weekend, alleging a series of attacks by the suspect on a number of occasions. At least one of the women is a teenager participating in the Shacham program, through which youths can do their national service with the police rather than in the IDF or Border Police. The complaints were allegedly submitted weeks after the incidents occurred. The medic has denied all of the allegations against him, but following a quick probe by the Justice Ministry's Police Investigative Department (PID), the suspect was arrested on Saturday night. The suspect has served in the police for eight years and has no criminal record. On Sunday, he was taken before the Haifa Magistrate's Court, where his remand was extended by three days after Judge Daniel Fish determined there were reasonable grounds for suspicion based on the two women's statements.