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
Details of upcoming misconduct hearings will be posted here.
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