Halifax Regional Police Const. Chris Mosher faces new charges of breaching his undertaking. (CBC)

A Halifax police officer accused of sexual assault has been charged for a second time with breaching the conditions of his release.

Halifax Regional Police announced Tuesday that one of its officers, Const. Chris Mosher, 30, is now accused of two counts of breaching his undertaking. It’s alleged he was drinking outside his home.

Just last month, the officer was also charged with breaching his conditions over allegations he was drinking outside his home.

Mosher is suspended from the force without pay or benefits.

In February Mosher was charged with sexual assault and administering a noxious thing, related to incidents alleged to have happened the November prior.

He is due to appear in Dartmouth provincial court on Nov. 20 on the latest breach charges.