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Officer Misconduct Hearings are held in public for openness and transparency.
 
At a hearing the facts are heard by a panel, often with help of witnesses, so a finding can be made.
 
If an officer is found to have committed gross misconduct, depending on the circumstances, the available outcomes are:
  • Dismissal without notice
  • Final written warning
  • Extension added to a final written warning
  • Written warning
  • Management advice
  • No further action
For more information on police misconduct visit the Home Office website.

upcoming hearings

Details of upcoming misconduct hearings will be posted here.

Register attendance

To register your interest to attend a hearing, when one is listed above, please email [email protected] or call 01622 652320.

outcomes of recent hearings

Date of Misconduct Hearing: 04/05 February 2019

Name of officer: Police Constable 11174 Marshall

The conduct and how that conduct was alleged to amount to gross misconduct:
The case arose from allegations that on 25 November 2017, Police Constable Marshall has inappropriately used the Police National Computer system (PNC) to obtain details of a vehicle which belonged to Ms A. It is further alleged that on 25 November 2017 and 05 December 2017, Police Constable Marshall has inappropriately contacted Ms A using the information obtained from the PNC system.

Finding: Not proven- case dismissed

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Officer Misconduct Hearings are held in public for openness and transparency. 

At a hearing the facts are heard by a panel, often with help of witnesses, so a finding can be made. 

If an officer is found to have committed gross misconduct, depending on the circumstances, the available outcomes are:
  • Dismissal without notice
  • Final written warning
  • Extension added to a final written warning
  • Written warning
  • Management advice
  • No further action
For more information on police misconduct visit the Home Office website.

Completed applications by 31 January 2019, no applications to attend will be considered after this date.

Application details are below.

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