The Guardian 7th September. It appears that an appeal is likely.
Following the conviction of Andrews, a statement was issued by Wiltshire Police which may be read here. It is good to know that the Wiltshire Police "respect the decision of the court"!
Law and Lawyers looked at the exacting professional standards expected of the Police here. Further blogging on this story may be read at David Allen Green's blog.
The Wiltshire Police sutody suites were inspected by HM Inspectorate of Prisons and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in 2009 and their report is here. Hopefully, they will continue to check on progress regarding implementation of the considerable number of recommendations which they made. Also, I wonder whether other Forces will read the report and check to see how they measure up against the same recommendations?
Addendum: Police Sergeant Andrews has been granted bail pending appeal against both conviction and sentence - see Guardian 13th September.