Upcoming Police Misconduct Hearings 28 Apr 2022 – 11 May 2022

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5-Day Summary

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am International Dispute Resolution Centre

PC Sandeep Khunkhun     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that between January and April 2020 PC Khunkhun failed to fully investigate several allegations of domestic abuse reported by a female victim or to instigate suitable safeguarding measures to assist in protecting the female victim. The female subsequently died in an arson attack on her home in April 2020, perpetrated by her husband.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published) Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers. It is alleged that his conduct as set out in the full particulars of the Regulation 30 Notice would discredit the police service and/or undermine public confidence in it.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published) Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

PC Khafilat Kareem     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

In June 2019 PC Kareem requested leave to appear on a non UK TV show, the application was reviewed but a decision was made that it was not in the best interest of either the officer or the Metropolitan Police Service. Although permission for the leave was granted, permission to participate on the show was not granted.

In June 2019 PC Kareem left the UK and without permission took her work laptop with her. In July 2019 PC Kareem began participating on the TV show and surrendered her work laptop to the show’s organizers.

After returning to the UK, PC Kareem failed to declare a business interest in relation to publicity and promotion of the TV show.

It is alleged that PC Kareem’s conduct has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of, Orders & Instructions and Discreditable Conduct

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am Police Headquarters, Glan-y-Don, Colwyn Bay

Police Constable 2772 Ashton     –     North Wales Police,

  • On 12th February 2021 Police Constable 2772 Ashton asked, ordered, or instructed a colleague to conduct searches on North Wales Police systems in relation to an event reference Y190290.
  • Constable Ashton viewed the contents of two events and became aware of the identity of the person reporting one of those events.
  • Constable Ashton informed or caused other persons outside of North Wales Police to become aware of the identity of the person reporting one of the two events referred to above.
  • Constable Ashton had no policing purpose for initiating the checks and failed to report his actions to a supervisor.
  • Constable Ashton has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Discreditable Conduct, Honesty and Integrity, Confidentiality, Orders and Instructions.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am Greenwell Room, Wootton Hall, Mereway by Northamptonshire

Police Constable P1505 Michael Clark     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Allegation 1 On or around November 3, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your use of confidential Police systems.

The Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy expressly prohibits accessing information on confidential Police systems relating to friends, family members, acquaintances, neighbours or celebrities.

You commenced a relationship with KE. On November 3, 2020 you were on duty when you accessed NICHE and conducted a detailed find using the date of birth and partial surname of KE. You accessed the nominal of KE and reviewed information contained on KE’s nominal record. You then accessed an occurrence relating to an offence where KE was listed as the aggrieved. This would have provided you with information describing the occurrence and what was recorded. This also provided you with information relating to the other people involved in the occurrence.

The particulars of misconduct are as follows:

Your access of KE’s information was unauthorised and you had no reasonable excuse for accessing KE’s nominal and/or occurrence as
You did not have a legitimate policing purpose for conducting the research
Further or in the alternative, the access was prohibited by the Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy

 

Allegation 2 Between September 1 and December 11, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your work times and accrual of time owed in lieu (TOIL) to which you were not entitled.

At all material times you were deployed in the Initial Investigation Team (IIT). You understood that Northamptonshire Police operated a duty management system for booking on and off duty. This was intended to record working time to ensure that staff worked the hours for which they were paid. Where staff worked more hours than rostered, this would be due back to them as time off in lieu (TOIL).

The accurate operation of this system relies on staff booking on and booking off manually. On various dates between September 1 and December 11, 2021, you logged out of your computer and finished work before the end of your rostered period of duty, but did not book off. The failure to book off created the inaccurate record that you had continued working until your end of duty time.

The failure to book off on days when you finished work early maintained a false impression that you retained a balance of time off in lieu (TOIL). Had you booked off when you finished work, your TOIL balance would have been depleted. The failure to book off enabled you to continue to request and/or take time off attributing it to a TOIL balance which had been artificially maintained and/or to which you were not entitled. This created the false impression that you were entitled to TOIL.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am Exeter

Former Officer Sarah Trewern     –     Devon & Cornwall Police,

ALLEGATION 1 – Alleged Facts: –
1. On 1st February 2020: –
(a) Whilst off duty you flew to Alicante airport, Spain.
(b) At Alicante airport you were arrested after an altercation with officers from the Spanish Police.
At your trial in a Spanish Court on 3rd February 2020 you were assisted by a Spanish lawyer and
an English-speaking interpreter.
Following a guilty plea, you were convicted of assaulting a Spanish Police officer.
Following your conviction, you were: –
(a) Sentenced to 4 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years.
(b) Fined €120.
(c) Ordered to pay €90 compensation to the victim.
2. When informing Devon & Cornwall Police of the circumstances leading to your conviction you
falsely said that you had been: –
(a) Denied legal advice before pleading guilty.
(b) Forced to sign trial paperwork without the assistance of an interpreter.

NOTICE OF MISCONDUCT
HEARING
Honesty & Integrity –
You breached the Standard of Professional Behaviour concerning Honesty & Integrity because
you knowingly gave a dishonest account of the circumstances leading to your conviction.
ALLEGATION 2 –
Alleged Facts:-
1. At about 00:12 on 28th May 2021 whilst off duty you were arrested in Redruth for common
assault after members of the public had identified you by name.
2. You were drunk and aggressive.
3. You were abusive to your police colleagues telling them, among other things, to “f*** off”, that
“the police are c****” and the officers were a “disgusting bunch of b*******”.
4. You referred to the person that you were alleged to have assaulted as a “t***”, a “fat trollop”
and a “f****** idiot”.
5. When you were booked into custody you were difficult and abusive towards the custody
officer.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published) Greenwell Room, Wootton Hall, Mereway

Police Constable P1505 Michael Clark     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Allegation 1

On or around November 3, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your use of confidential Police systems.

The Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy expressly prohibits accessing information on confidential Police systems relating to friends, family members, acquaintances, neighbours or celebrities.

You commenced a relationship with KE. On November 3, 2020 you were on duty when you accessed NICHE and conducted a detailed find using the date of birth and partial surname of KE. You accessed the nominal of KE and reviewed information contained on KE’s nominal record. You then accessed an occurrence relating to an offence where KE was listed as the aggrieved. This would have provided you with information describing the occurrence and what was recorded. This also provided you with information relating to the other people involved in the occurrence.

The particulars of misconduct are as follows:

Your access of KE’s information was unauthorised and you had no reasonable excuse for accessing KE’s nominal and/or occurrence as
You did not have a legitimate policing purpose for conducting the research
Further or in the alternative, the access was prohibited by the Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy

Allegation 2

Between September 1 and December 11, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your work times and accrual of time owed in lieu (TOIL) to which you were not entitled.

At all material times you were deployed in the Initial Investigation Team (IIT). You understood that Northamptonshire Police operated a duty management system for booking on and off duty. This was intended to record working time to ensure that staff worked the hours for which they were paid. Where staff worked more hours than rostered, this would be due back to them as time off in lieu (TOIL).

The accurate operation of this system relies on staff booking on and booking off manually. On various dates between September 1 and December 11, 2020, you logged out of your computer and finished work before the end of your rostered period of duty, but did not book off. The failure to book off created the inaccurate record that you had continued working until your end of duty time.

The failure to book off on days when you finished work early maintained a false impression that you retained a balance of time off in lieu (TOIL). Had you booked off when you finished work, your TOIL balance would have been depleted. The failure to book off enabled you to continue to request and/or take time off attributing it to a TOIL balance which had been artificially maintained and/or to which you were not entitled. This created the false impression that you were entitled to TOIL.

Fri 29th April 2022, (time not published) Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers.

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers. It is alleged that his conduct as set out in the full particulars of the Regulation 30 Notice would discredit the police service and/or undermine public confidence in it.

Fri 29th April 2022, (time not published) Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

PC Khafilat Kareem     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

In June 2019 PC Kareem requested leave to appear on a non UK TV show, the application was reviewed but a decision was made that it was not in the best interest of either the officer or the Metropolitan Police Service. Although permission for the leave was granted, permission to participate on the show was not granted.

In June 2019 PC Kareem left the UK and without permission took her work laptop with her. In July 2019 PC Kareem began participating on the TV show and surrendered her work laptop to the show’s organizers.

After returning to the UK, PC Kareem failed to declare a business interest in relation to publicity and promotion of the TV show.

It is alleged that PC Kareem’s conduct has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of, Orders & Instructions and Discreditable Conduct

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am Police Headquarters, Glan-y-Don, Colwyn Bay

Police Constable 2772 Ashton     –     North Wales Police,

  • On 12th February 2021 Police Constable 2772 Ashton asked, ordered, or instructed a colleague to conduct searches on North Wales Police systems in relation to an event reference Y190290.
  • Constable Ashton viewed the contents of two events and became aware of the identity of the person reporting one of those events.
  • Constable Ashton informed or caused other persons outside of North Wales Police to become aware of the identity of the person reporting one of the two events referred to above.
  • Constable Ashton had no policing purpose for initiating the checks and failed to report his actions to a supervisor.
  • Constable Ashton has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Discreditable Conduct, Honesty and Integrity, Confidentiality, Orders and Instructions.

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am Exeter

Former Officer Sarah Trewern     –     Devon & Cornwall Police,

ALLEGATION 1 – Alleged Facts: –
1. On 1st February 2020: –
(a) Whilst off duty you flew to Alicante airport, Spain.
(b) At Alicante airport you were arrested after an altercation with officers from the Spanish Police.
At your trial in a Spanish Court on 3rd February 2020 you were assisted by a Spanish lawyer and
an English-speaking interpreter.
Following a guilty plea, you were convicted of assaulting a Spanish Police officer.
Following your conviction, you were: –
(a) Sentenced to 4 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years.
(b) Fined €120.
(c) Ordered to pay €90 compensation to the victim.
2. When informing Devon & Cornwall Police of the circumstances leading to your conviction you
falsely said that you had been: –
(a) Denied legal advice before pleading guilty.
(b) Forced to sign trial paperwork without the assistance of an interpreter.

NOTICE OF MISCONDUCT
HEARING
Honesty & Integrity –
You breached the Standard of Professional Behaviour concerning Honesty & Integrity because
you knowingly gave a dishonest account of the circumstances leading to your conviction.
ALLEGATION 2 –
Alleged Facts:-
1. At about 00:12 on 28th May 2021 whilst off duty you were arrested in Redruth for common
assault after members of the public had identified you by name.
2. You were drunk and aggressive.
3. You were abusive to your police colleagues telling them, among other things, to “f*** off”, that
“the police are c****” and the officers were a “disgusting bunch of b*******”.
4. You referred to the person that you were alleged to have assaulted as a “t***”, a “fat trollop”
and a “f****** idiot”.
5. When you were booked into custody you were difficult and abusive towards the custody
officer.

Hearings List (14 days)

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

PC Sandeep Khunkhun     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

International Dispute Resolution Centre

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Duties and responsibilities

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

It is alleged that between January and April 2020 PC Khunkhun failed to fully investigate several allegations of domestic abuse reported by a female victim or to instigate suitable safeguarding measures to assist in protecting the female victim. The female subsequently died in an arson attack on her home in April 2020, perpetrated by her husband.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers. It is alleged that his conduct as set out in the full particulars of the Regulation 30 Notice would discredit the police service and/or undermine public confidence in it.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

PC Khafilat Kareem     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Alleged Breaches

  • Orders and instructions
  • Conduct

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

In June 2019 PC Kareem requested leave to appear on a non UK TV show, the application was reviewed but a decision was made that it was not in the best interest of either the officer or the Metropolitan Police Service. Although permission for the leave was granted, permission to participate on the show was not granted.

In June 2019 PC Kareem left the UK and without permission took her work laptop with her. In July 2019 PC Kareem began participating on the TV show and surrendered her work laptop to the show’s organizers.

After returning to the UK, PC Kareem failed to declare a business interest in relation to publicity and promotion of the TV show.

It is alleged that PC Kareem’s conduct has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of, Orders & Instructions and Discreditable Conduct

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Police Constable 2772 Ashton     –     North Wales Police,

Police Headquarters, Glan-y-Don, Colwyn Bay

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

  • On 12th February 2021 Police Constable 2772 Ashton asked, ordered, or instructed a colleague to conduct searches on North Wales Police systems in relation to an event reference Y190290.
  • Constable Ashton viewed the contents of two events and became aware of the identity of the person reporting one of those events.
  • Constable Ashton informed or caused other persons outside of North Wales Police to become aware of the identity of the person reporting one of the two events referred to above.
  • Constable Ashton had no policing purpose for initiating the checks and failed to report his actions to a supervisor.
  • Constable Ashton has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Discreditable Conduct, Honesty and Integrity, Confidentiality, Orders and Instructions.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Police Constable P1505 Michael Clark     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Greenwell Room, Wootton Hall, Mereway by Northamptonshire

Alleged Breaches

  • Orders and instructions
  • Confidentiality
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Allegation 1 On or around November 3, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your use of confidential Police systems.

The Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy expressly prohibits accessing information on confidential Police systems relating to friends, family members, acquaintances, neighbours or celebrities.

You commenced a relationship with KE. On November 3, 2020 you were on duty when you accessed NICHE and conducted a detailed find using the date of birth and partial surname of KE. You accessed the nominal of KE and reviewed information contained on KE’s nominal record. You then accessed an occurrence relating to an offence where KE was listed as the aggrieved. This would have provided you with information describing the occurrence and what was recorded. This also provided you with information relating to the other people involved in the occurrence.

The particulars of misconduct are as follows:

Your access of KE’s information was unauthorised and you had no reasonable excuse for accessing KE’s nominal and/or occurrence as
You did not have a legitimate policing purpose for conducting the research
Further or in the alternative, the access was prohibited by the Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy

 

Allegation 2 Between September 1 and December 11, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your work times and accrual of time owed in lieu (TOIL) to which you were not entitled.

At all material times you were deployed in the Initial Investigation Team (IIT). You understood that Northamptonshire Police operated a duty management system for booking on and off duty. This was intended to record working time to ensure that staff worked the hours for which they were paid. Where staff worked more hours than rostered, this would be due back to them as time off in lieu (TOIL).

The accurate operation of this system relies on staff booking on and booking off manually. On various dates between September 1 and December 11, 2021, you logged out of your computer and finished work before the end of your rostered period of duty, but did not book off. The failure to book off created the inaccurate record that you had continued working until your end of duty time.

The failure to book off on days when you finished work early maintained a false impression that you retained a balance of time off in lieu (TOIL). Had you booked off when you finished work, your TOIL balance would have been depleted. The failure to book off enabled you to continue to request and/or take time off attributing it to a TOIL balance which had been artificially maintained and/or to which you were not entitled. This created the false impression that you were entitled to TOIL.

Thu 28th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Former Officer Sarah Trewern     –     Devon & Cornwall Police,

Exeter

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

ALLEGATION 1 – Alleged Facts: –
1. On 1st February 2020: –
(a) Whilst off duty you flew to Alicante airport, Spain.
(b) At Alicante airport you were arrested after an altercation with officers from the Spanish Police.
At your trial in a Spanish Court on 3rd February 2020 you were assisted by a Spanish lawyer and
an English-speaking interpreter.
Following a guilty plea, you were convicted of assaulting a Spanish Police officer.
Following your conviction, you were: –
(a) Sentenced to 4 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years.
(b) Fined €120.
(c) Ordered to pay €90 compensation to the victim.
2. When informing Devon & Cornwall Police of the circumstances leading to your conviction you
falsely said that you had been: –
(a) Denied legal advice before pleading guilty.
(b) Forced to sign trial paperwork without the assistance of an interpreter.

NOTICE OF MISCONDUCT
HEARING
Honesty & Integrity –
You breached the Standard of Professional Behaviour concerning Honesty & Integrity because
you knowingly gave a dishonest account of the circumstances leading to your conviction.
ALLEGATION 2 –
Alleged Facts:-
1. At about 00:12 on 28th May 2021 whilst off duty you were arrested in Redruth for common
assault after members of the public had identified you by name.
2. You were drunk and aggressive.
3. You were abusive to your police colleagues telling them, among other things, to “f*** off”, that
“the police are c****” and the officers were a “disgusting bunch of b*******”.
4. You referred to the person that you were alleged to have assaulted as a “t***”, a “fat trollop”
and a “f****** idiot”.
5. When you were booked into custody you were difficult and abusive towards the custody
officer.

Thu 28th April 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

Police Constable P1505 Michael Clark     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Greenwell Room, Wootton Hall, Mereway

Alleged Breaches

  • Orders and instructions
  • Confidentiality
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Allegation 1

On or around November 3, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your use of confidential Police systems.

The Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy expressly prohibits accessing information on confidential Police systems relating to friends, family members, acquaintances, neighbours or celebrities.

You commenced a relationship with KE. On November 3, 2020 you were on duty when you accessed NICHE and conducted a detailed find using the date of birth and partial surname of KE. You accessed the nominal of KE and reviewed information contained on KE’s nominal record. You then accessed an occurrence relating to an offence where KE was listed as the aggrieved. This would have provided you with information describing the occurrence and what was recorded. This also provided you with information relating to the other people involved in the occurrence.

The particulars of misconduct are as follows:

Your access of KE’s information was unauthorised and you had no reasonable excuse for accessing KE’s nominal and/or occurrence as
You did not have a legitimate policing purpose for conducting the research
Further or in the alternative, the access was prohibited by the Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy

Allegation 2

Between September 1 and December 11, 2020, your conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of your work times and accrual of time owed in lieu (TOIL) to which you were not entitled.

At all material times you were deployed in the Initial Investigation Team (IIT). You understood that Northamptonshire Police operated a duty management system for booking on and off duty. This was intended to record working time to ensure that staff worked the hours for which they were paid. Where staff worked more hours than rostered, this would be due back to them as time off in lieu (TOIL).

The accurate operation of this system relies on staff booking on and booking off manually. On various dates between September 1 and December 11, 2020, you logged out of your computer and finished work before the end of your rostered period of duty, but did not book off. The failure to book off created the inaccurate record that you had continued working until your end of duty time.

The failure to book off on days when you finished work early maintained a false impression that you retained a balance of time off in lieu (TOIL). Had you booked off when you finished work, your TOIL balance would have been depleted. The failure to book off enabled you to continue to request and/or take time off attributing it to a TOIL balance which had been artificially maintained and/or to which you were not entitled. This created the false impression that you were entitled to TOIL.

Fri 29th April 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers.

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

PC Edward Greevy     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire and Police HQ, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9SJ

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Edward Greevy faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he failed to act in accordance with his duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions or with honesty and integrity when dealing with two domestic violence incidents reported on 6 May 2020 and 29 May 2020.

Further, it is alleged that he failed to follow national guidance on Community Resolutions, created false and misleading records in relation to these incidents and acted dishonestly when discussing the investigation with superior officers. It is alleged that his conduct as set out in the full particulars of the Regulation 30 Notice would discredit the police service and/or undermine public confidence in it.

Fri 29th April 2022, (time not published)

View on Misconduct 999

PC Khafilat Kareem     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Alleged Breaches

  • Orders and instructions
  • Conduct

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

In June 2019 PC Kareem requested leave to appear on a non UK TV show, the application was reviewed but a decision was made that it was not in the best interest of either the officer or the Metropolitan Police Service. Although permission for the leave was granted, permission to participate on the show was not granted.

In June 2019 PC Kareem left the UK and without permission took her work laptop with her. In July 2019 PC Kareem began participating on the TV show and surrendered her work laptop to the show’s organizers.

After returning to the UK, PC Kareem failed to declare a business interest in relation to publicity and promotion of the TV show.

It is alleged that PC Kareem’s conduct has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of, Orders & Instructions and Discreditable Conduct

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Police Constable 2772 Ashton     –     North Wales Police,

Police Headquarters, Glan-y-Don, Colwyn Bay

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

  • On 12th February 2021 Police Constable 2772 Ashton asked, ordered, or instructed a colleague to conduct searches on North Wales Police systems in relation to an event reference Y190290.
  • Constable Ashton viewed the contents of two events and became aware of the identity of the person reporting one of those events.
  • Constable Ashton informed or caused other persons outside of North Wales Police to become aware of the identity of the person reporting one of the two events referred to above.
  • Constable Ashton had no policing purpose for initiating the checks and failed to report his actions to a supervisor.
  • Constable Ashton has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour relating to Discreditable Conduct, Honesty and Integrity, Confidentiality, Orders and Instructions.

Fri 29th April 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Former Officer Sarah Trewern     –     Devon & Cornwall Police,

Exeter

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

ALLEGATION 1 – Alleged Facts: –
1. On 1st February 2020: –
(a) Whilst off duty you flew to Alicante airport, Spain.
(b) At Alicante airport you were arrested after an altercation with officers from the Spanish Police.
At your trial in a Spanish Court on 3rd February 2020 you were assisted by a Spanish lawyer and
an English-speaking interpreter.
Following a guilty plea, you were convicted of assaulting a Spanish Police officer.
Following your conviction, you were: –
(a) Sentenced to 4 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years.
(b) Fined €120.
(c) Ordered to pay €90 compensation to the victim.
2. When informing Devon & Cornwall Police of the circumstances leading to your conviction you
falsely said that you had been: –
(a) Denied legal advice before pleading guilty.
(b) Forced to sign trial paperwork without the assistance of an interpreter.

NOTICE OF MISCONDUCT
HEARING
Honesty & Integrity –
You breached the Standard of Professional Behaviour concerning Honesty & Integrity because
you knowingly gave a dishonest account of the circumstances leading to your conviction.
ALLEGATION 2 –
Alleged Facts:-
1. At about 00:12 on 28th May 2021 whilst off duty you were arrested in Redruth for common
assault after members of the public had identified you by name.
2. You were drunk and aggressive.
3. You were abusive to your police colleagues telling them, among other things, to “f*** off”, that
“the police are c****” and the officers were a “disgusting bunch of b*******”.
4. You referred to the person that you were alleged to have assaulted as a “t***”, a “fat trollop”
and a “f****** idiot”.
5. When you were booked into custody you were difficult and abusive towards the custody
officer.

Tue 3rd May 2022, 10:00am

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Police Sergeant P1171 Matt Manifold     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Northamptonshire Police HQ

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Orders and instructions
  • Confidentiality
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Between March 2021 and August 2021 PS Manifold’s conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of his dealings with confidential Force systems and colleagues around a series of incidents that were reported to Police about domestic abuse relating to a co-worker with whom he was in a personal relationship.

Background

  1. PS Manifold is alleged to have misled colleagues about a personal relationship he had with a co-worker, in order to gain access to information about live police investigations, whilst purporting to be a request for information to assist in welfare support.
  2. PS Manifold accessed confidential Force systems and researched information retained on the NICHE computer system relating to the colleague with whom he was in a relationship, her former partner and another work colleague.
  3. PS Manifold attended an incident involving the co-worker who he was in a personal relationship with, this was contrary to advice from a senior officer not to get involved in any investigation involving this person and not to view anything on police systems relating to incidents or people involved. The officer failed to make any written record of any disclosures made or ensure that an independent officer took a report of those disclosures.  He also accessed the WEBSTORM incident on four occasions on that date.
  4. PS Manifold asked a PC to access and research the results of recent occurrences relating to the co-worker who he was in a personal relationship with, indicating that he was due to be updated by a DC. This implicitly represented that he was entitled to access this information in the course of his role, when he was not.

The particulars of misconduct are as follows:

  1. The access to information was unauthorised in that
    1. The officer did not have a legitimate policing purpose for conducting the research
    2. Further or in the alternative, the access was prohibited by the Northamptonshire Police Computer Misuse Policy
  2. PS Manifold failed to be open and honest in his dealings with a PC, or otherwise misused or exceeded his authority when he asked him to carry out research of occurrences in August 2021 and requiring him (by implication or otherwise) to report information to him that was contained on the occurrences.
  3. PS Manifold failed to be open and honest in his dealings with colleagues involved in investigations, by trying to obtain information under the pretext that he was providing management welfare. PS Manifold was not open and honest with them about the nature of his relationship with his co-worker. Further or in the alternative, he falsely represented that she was unaware of information about the investigation and that he was making the request on her behalf.
  4. PS Manifold’s attendance at the home address of a co-worker he was in a personal relationship with whilst on duty in August was inappropriate as
    1. He had been told by a senior officer in July not to involve himself in the investigation of suspected offences
    2. His attendance/involvement represented a fundamental conflict of interest to act as a police officer when he was/had been in a personal relationship with the person involved.
  5. PS Manifold failed to be open and honest in his dealings with the officers who attended the incident in August which would have enabled them or other officers to manage the incident and/or investigation appropriately.

This amounts to gross misconduct as:

  1. The unauthorised systems access was the deliberate commission of a prohibited act,
  2. the act was repeated over a range of dates
  3. as a result, PS Manifold accessed sensitive personal information relating to a recorded crime reported by a person with whom he was in a relationship.
  4. PS Manifold misled or sought to mislead colleagues to obtain information for his own purposes

Mon 9th May 2022, 10:00am

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DC 21216 Redden     –     West Midlands,

West Midlands Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

On 11 September 2020 whilst off duty, DC Redden drove her personal vehicle and collided with a parked vehicle and the garden wall of an adjacent property.

Immediately after the collision, the officer informed a member of the public at the scene that she had been the passenger in the vehicle and that the male driver had run away; this was untrue.

When officers attended at the scene the officer failed a roadside breath test and was arrested before being taken to Coventry police station.

At the police station, the officer was breathalyzed and gave a reading of 62 g of alcohol in 100 ml of breath.

On 24 September 2020 DC Redden pleaded guilty in the Birmingham Magistrates’ Court to a single charge of driving a motor vehicle when over the prescribed lim

Tue 10th May 2022, 10:00am

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DC 21216 Redden     –     West Midlands,

West Midlands Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

On 11 September 2020 whilst off duty, DC Redden drove her personal vehicle and collided with a parked vehicle and the garden wall of an adjacent property.

Immediately after the collision, the officer informed a member of the public at the scene that she had been the passenger in the vehicle and that the male driver had run away; this was untrue.

When officers attended at the scene the officer failed a roadside breath test and was arrested before being taken to Coventry police station.

At the police station, the officer was breathalyzed and gave a reading of 62 g of alcohol in 100 ml of breath.

On 24 September 2020 DC Redden pleaded guilty in the Birmingham Magistrates’ Court to a single charge of driving a motor vehicle when over the prescribed lim

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