Misconduct999 brings together information on all police misconduct hearings. Unlike most public sector tribunals, police hearings are organised by individual forces and are held at various locations, making it difficult to keep track of them.
Without Misconduct999, interested parties would need to trawl through at least 44 different websites to get useful information about police misconduct. We aim to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of police misconduct hearings in England and Wales.
We are committed to providing frequent updates, with new information published throughout the day. We focus solely on police misconduct and are not distracted by other news.
Misconduct999 is dedicated to providing objective, factual information about police misconduct and the police misconduct disciplinary system. Misconduct999 is not anti-police, and our goal is not to take sides, but rather to present the facts in a clear and unbiased manner. We believe that transparency and accountability are crucial for maintaining trust in law enforcement.
We launched in May 2021, with data collection starting on the 1st of January 2021, and with the goal of informing the public about police misconduct.
We gather information from a variety of sources, including but not limited to the police and government organizations, and publicly accessible information.