Upcoming Police Misconduct Hearings 22 Mar 2022 – 4 Apr 2022

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5-Day Summary

Tue 22nd March 2022, 10:00am Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Tue 22nd March 2022, 10:00am The old Magistrates Building, Estcourt Terrace, Goole, DN14 5AF

DC 1299 Phillip Payton     –     Humberside Police,

On 16 June 2016, he facilitated the return of devices to a suspect in circumstances where:

a) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the devices did not contain indecent images or videos of children;
b) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the images were incapable of being accessed by the suspect, with or without the use of specialist software;
c) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the devices would not later be required during a criminal prosecution, for example to be examined by a nominated defence expert.

2. Further, he failed to be open and honest with his supervisors, about the aforementioned. For example, during a meeting on or around 4 January 2017, having been sent an action plan in an attempt to progress this investigation more effectively, he failed to disclose that some of the devices had already been returned to the suspect with his authorisation.

3. Between 16 November 2015 and January 2017, he failed to update the complainants with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

4. Between 16 November 2015 and January 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position, including:

a) Following the seizure of electronic devices on 6 November 2015, not submitting the same for forensic examination until 5 December 2015;
b) Failing to submit/“write up” the case to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly notwithstanding supervisors’ instructions to do so on 15 February 2016, 16 April 2016, 14 July 2016 and 5 November 2016;
c) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all;
d) Allowed the suspect’s bail to lapse;
e) Failing to record, process and manage case material, including the suspect’s interview disc and the management of seized devices, adequately or at all;
f) Failing to pursue reasonable lines of enquiry, including those expressly prescribed by his supervisor.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 to 4), Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 3) and Honesty and Integrity (allegation 2) and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 2 (CB)
1. Between 19 August 2015 and 9 February 2017, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between 19 August 2015 and 9 February 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly or at all notwithstanding the suspect’s and her husband’s admissions in interview in June 2015 to taking money for their own use and a Sergeant’s written instruction to submit the case on 16 April 2016;
b) On 24 June 2016, failing to facilitate the full file being sent to the CPS upon his first attempt being unsuccessful, seeking, instead, to place the onus on the CPS to identify and rectify the deficiencies;
c) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
d) Failed to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly or at all;
e) Failing to respond promptly or at all to updates and queries from the financial investigator;
f) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to misconduct.

Matter number 3 (AP)
1. Between 26 August 2015 and January 2017, he failed to act upon and/or take any or any adequate protective or investigatory steps following the account given by X, during an interview on 26 August 2015 with him present in his capacity as OIC, alleging rape and sexual assault perpetrated against him by his older brother.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 4 (JS)
1. Between September 2015 and March 2017, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between September 2015 and March 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly or at all despite supervisory direction to progress this;
b) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
c) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly, including a significant delay by not obtaining from X or his mother a photograph from which X identified A as the abuser;
d) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry at all, including not obtaining from X or his mother the recording of the suspect admitting the abuse and/or taking an account from the witness Y who heard a confession from the suspect and/or any statement from X’s mother about the aforementioned;
e) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 5 (JH)
1. Between March 2015 and April 2017, he failed to update the complainants with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between March 2015 and April 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS promptly or at all, including a failure to act upon CPS requests for material required in order to progress the case;
b) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
c) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly or at all, including the need for evidence from witnesses identified by the complainants, an accurate transcript of confessions made by the suspect and third-party material;
d) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to misconduct.

Matter number 6 (BW)
1. From August 2015, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. From August 2015, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS promptly or at all, including failures to provide basic material required for an investigation of this nature such as third-party material;
b) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly, including not interviewing the suspect until 14 September 2015;
c) Permitting an unreasonable delay between the positive charging decision on or before 2 June 2016 and the offender being formally summonsed;
d) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

 

Tue 22nd March 2022, 9:30am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

PC William Scott-Barrett     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

On the 3 February 2021 former PC Scott-Barrett was arrested for sexual communication with a child.

Former PC Scott-Barrett was engaging in communication with a vulnerable child which began in November 2019 and then in June 2020 became inappropriate. The contact was facilitated through an online gaming app and a social media site.

On the 17 January 2022 former PC Scott-Barrett appeared at Isleworth Crown Court where he entered a guilty plea for the charge: Engage in sexual communication with a child.

It is alleged that in acting in this way former PC Scott-Barrett breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of ‘Discreditable Conduct’.

It is further alleged that this conduct, if proven, amounts individually or collectively to gross misconduct and is so serious as to justify dismissal.

The former officer has resigned from the Metropolitan Police Service and his last day of service was 17 February 2022.

Tue 22nd March 2022, 9:30am Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Wed 23rd March 2022, 10:00am Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Wed 23rd March 2022, 9:30am Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Thu 24th March 2022, 10:00am Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Thu 24th March 2022, 9:30am Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Fri 25th March 2022, 10:00am Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Fri 25th March 2022, 9:30am Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Sat 26th March 2022, 10:00am Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Hearings List (14 days)

Tue 22nd March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Tue 22nd March 2022, 10:00am

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DC 1299 Phillip Payton     –     Humberside Police,

The old Magistrates Building, Estcourt Terrace, Goole, DN14 5AF

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

On 16 June 2016, he facilitated the return of devices to a suspect in circumstances where:

a) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the devices did not contain indecent images or videos of children;
b) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the images were incapable of being accessed by the suspect, with or without the use of specialist software;
c) He was not and/or could not have been certain that the devices would not later be required during a criminal prosecution, for example to be examined by a nominated defence expert.

2. Further, he failed to be open and honest with his supervisors, about the aforementioned. For example, during a meeting on or around 4 January 2017, having been sent an action plan in an attempt to progress this investigation more effectively, he failed to disclose that some of the devices had already been returned to the suspect with his authorisation.

3. Between 16 November 2015 and January 2017, he failed to update the complainants with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

4. Between 16 November 2015 and January 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position, including:

a) Following the seizure of electronic devices on 6 November 2015, not submitting the same for forensic examination until 5 December 2015;
b) Failing to submit/“write up” the case to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly notwithstanding supervisors’ instructions to do so on 15 February 2016, 16 April 2016, 14 July 2016 and 5 November 2016;
c) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all;
d) Allowed the suspect’s bail to lapse;
e) Failing to record, process and manage case material, including the suspect’s interview disc and the management of seized devices, adequately or at all;
f) Failing to pursue reasonable lines of enquiry, including those expressly prescribed by his supervisor.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 to 4), Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 3) and Honesty and Integrity (allegation 2) and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 2 (CB)
1. Between 19 August 2015 and 9 February 2017, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between 19 August 2015 and 9 February 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly or at all notwithstanding the suspect’s and her husband’s admissions in interview in June 2015 to taking money for their own use and a Sergeant’s written instruction to submit the case on 16 April 2016;
b) On 24 June 2016, failing to facilitate the full file being sent to the CPS upon his first attempt being unsuccessful, seeking, instead, to place the onus on the CPS to identify and rectify the deficiencies;
c) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
d) Failed to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly or at all;
e) Failing to respond promptly or at all to updates and queries from the financial investigator;
f) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to misconduct.

Matter number 3 (AP)
1. Between 26 August 2015 and January 2017, he failed to act upon and/or take any or any adequate protective or investigatory steps following the account given by X, during an interview on 26 August 2015 with him present in his capacity as OIC, alleging rape and sexual assault perpetrated against him by his older brother.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 4 (JS)
1. Between September 2015 and March 2017, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between September 2015 and March 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS or the reviewing officer promptly or at all despite supervisory direction to progress this;
b) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
c) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly, including a significant delay by not obtaining from X or his mother a photograph from which X identified A as the abuser;
d) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry at all, including not obtaining from X or his mother the recording of the suspect admitting the abuse and/or taking an account from the witness Y who heard a confession from the suspect and/or any statement from X’s mother about the aforementioned;
e) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to gross misconduct.

Matter number 5 (JH)
1. Between March 2015 and April 2017, he failed to update the complainants with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. Between March 2015 and April 2017, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS promptly or at all, including a failure to act upon CPS requests for material required in order to progress the case;
b) Failing to process and manage case material adequately or at all;
c) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly or at all, including the need for evidence from witnesses identified by the complainants, an accurate transcript of confessions made by the suspect and third-party material;
d) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

His conduct breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Duties and Responsibilities (allegations 1 and 2) and Authority, Respect and Courtesy (allegation 1) and amounts to misconduct.

Matter number 6 (BW)
1. From August 2015, he failed to update the complainant with the progress of the investigation adequately or at all.

2. From August 2015, he failed to progress and manage the investigation and prosecution of the case in a manner reasonably expected of an officer in his position.

In particular:

a) Failing to submit the full file to the CPS promptly or at all, including failures to provide basic material required for an investigation of this nature such as third-party material;
b) Failing to progress relevant lines of enquiry promptly, including not interviewing the suspect until 14 September 2015;
c) Permitting an unreasonable delay between the positive charging decision on or before 2 June 2016 and the offender being formally summonsed;
d) Failing to update the crime record adequately or at all.

 

Tue 22nd March 2022, 9:30am

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PC William Scott-Barrett     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

On the 3 February 2021 former PC Scott-Barrett was arrested for sexual communication with a child.

Former PC Scott-Barrett was engaging in communication with a vulnerable child which began in November 2019 and then in June 2020 became inappropriate. The contact was facilitated through an online gaming app and a social media site.

On the 17 January 2022 former PC Scott-Barrett appeared at Isleworth Crown Court where he entered a guilty plea for the charge: Engage in sexual communication with a child.

It is alleged that in acting in this way former PC Scott-Barrett breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of ‘Discreditable Conduct’.

It is further alleged that this conduct, if proven, amounts individually or collectively to gross misconduct and is so serious as to justify dismissal.

The former officer has resigned from the Metropolitan Police Service and his last day of service was 17 February 2022.

Tue 22nd March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Wed 23rd March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Wed 23rd March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Thu 24th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Thu 24th March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Fri 25th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Fri 25th March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Sat 26th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Sun 27th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Mon 28th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Mon 28th March 2022, (time not published)

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Tue 29th March 2022, 10:00am

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Former DS 704 David Walker     –     South Yorkshire Police,

Professional Standards Department, Sheffield

Alleged Breaches

  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

The misconduct allegations arise out of the Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation (“CSE”) scandal and an alleged failing by South Yorkshire Police to safeguard children and prosecute offenders.

The officer failed to record on police systems information about or relevant to suspected victims and perpetrators of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham that had been passed to the officer between 2009 and 2012
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon information about an RMBC youth worker potentially involved in Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, passed to you on or about 21st August 2009
The officer failed to record and/or appropriately act upon notification of child concern identifying two young sisters potentially at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. The concern was communicated to Rotherham District Public Protection Unit (PPU) and/or notified to the Rotherham district PPU as a “referral” on or about 27th July 2009

Tue 29th March 2022, 10:00am

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Police Constable 1591 Chadbond     –     Lancashire Constabulary,

Leyland Police Station, Lancastergate, Leyland PR25 2EX

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that whilst off duty PC Chadbond assaulted a member of the public. It is further alleged that the officer then sought to influence the ensuing police response.

Tue 29th March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Wed 30th March 2022, 9:30am

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Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Thu 31st March 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Fri 1st April 2022, 9:30am

View on Misconduct 999

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

Mon 4th April 2022, 9:30am

View on Misconduct 999

Officer A     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

It is not currently known whether the hearing is to be held in private or public.

It is alleged that former Officer A whilst in two separate relationships subjected the women to sexual assaults, physical assaults and coercive control.

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