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  1. https://news.sky.com/story/police-officer-says-scanning-carrot-barcode-instead-of-doughnuts-was-honest-mistake-12142063 A police officer who scanned a 7p barcode for carrots instead of a £9.95 barcode for Krispy Kreme doughnuts has said it was an honest mistake. PC Simon Read told a misconduct hearing he did not realise he scanned the carrot barcode twice at a Tesco Extra's self-service checkout in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. He accepted he failed to scan the barcode for the doughnuts, which he was buying along with carrots, a sandwich and a drink at about 11.30am on
  2. You're off duty in your favourite fast food restaurant when you see a marked van outside, the local SNT Sgt and a number of PCSOs out on patrol. A few PCSOs decide to go inside the restaurant and order some coffee. As they are on duty Police staff, the staff serve them free of charge. Are there any offences committed by the staff and PCSOs? If so what do you do: 1) Give words of advice to the offending party. 2) Report the matter later. 3) Have a word with the Sgt. 4) Turn a blind eye. 5) Something else.
  3. source Seems a little late to the party with the media but of course they're all over this. Of course the local MP is making a big thing over the PCC's supposed mistakes, but then the PCC is conservative, the MP is Labour and it's PCC election season soon...
  4. A police sergeant has been accused of kicking a handcuffed man in the face “like a football” at a misconduct hearing in Birmingham. Full Story - Birmingham Mail
  5. A police officer who accused his own force of bullying and persecution has been sacked for mortgage and council tax irregularities, despite being cleared of the same offences in court. Ch Insp John Buttress, from Greater Manchester police, was dismissed from the force on Monday after being found guilty of gross misconduct at a police disciplinary tribunal, held behind closed doors. A panel ruled that he had claimed a single person discount on two properties when he was only entitled to one discount, and of applying for the wrong sort of mortgage when he started to rent out his holiday home
  6. Four officers to face disciplinary hearing over misconduct allegations Four Merseyside PCs allegedly drove off while members of the public were grappling in the road with a suspected thief. Full Story - Liverpool Echo
  7. Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-34206092
  8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-34150178 A police officer who gave a fugitive a lift home in his patrol car instead of arresting him has been sacked by Greater Manchester Police. PC Ian Johnson also sent texts joking about the murders of colleagues Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes, who were based at his station in Hyde. At a hearing, PC Johnson was dismissed with immediate effect after being found guilty of gross misconduct. A second officer was also sacked by the force for his actions. After a bar fight in Hyde, Greater Manchester, police were searching for a suspect thoug
  9. For full story please use link below. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3204881/Rapist-ex-policeman-s-behaviour-went-unchallenged-colleagues-said-actions-just-Wayne-Wayne.html Be warned it doesn't make good reading a disgrace to the uniform.
  10. West Midlands Police has been accused of turning misconduct hearings into “public entertainment” by using an events company to allocate tickets. more... http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/hope-you-enjoy-show-outrage-9753875
  11. A misconduct panel has found Avon and Somerset Chief Constable Nick Gargan guilty of eight counts of misconduct. Mr Gargan, 48, was suspended on full pay last May following allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards women. The inquiry, which took taking place behind closed doors, has twice been delayed while issues relating to document disclosure were discussed. The findings will be reported to Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner, Sue Mountstevens. She will decide Mr Gargan's future after studying the report. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-33459460?ns_mchann
  12. ParochialYokal

    Misconduct In Public Office

    I was reading The Daily Fail and this article has provoked a question in my mind: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3116720/Grandmother-groped-ambulance-paramedic.html In essence, a Paramedic undertook a grotesque episode of granny groping in the back of an ambulance. He pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office, but his conviction was quashed as it was ruled that a Paramedic does not hold public office. I recall another incident of some Paramedics that were convicted after they chose not to attempt resuscitation on a man who, by all accounts, who lived in squalor, and their actions

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