Upcoming Police Misconduct Hearings 4 May 2022 – 17 May 2022

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5-Day Summary

Wed 4th May 2022, (time not published) Bedfordshire Police Headquarters

Special Constable Dean Torr     –     Bedfordshire Police,

Mr Torr had been in a relationship for 18 months with a female (Ms B), the relationship ended at the beginning of October. It is alleged that he then harassed his former partner by sending unwanted messages and turning up at her home address. It is alleged these matters amount to breaches of the Standards of Professional Behaviour namely; Honesty and Integrity (Integrity only) & Discreditable Conduct

Wed 4th May 2022, 3:00pm Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

DC Daniel Roberts     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

On 1 March 2022 at North Hampshire Magistrate’s Court, Former DC Roberts was convicted on his own guilty plea of having driven a motor vehicle after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of his breath exceeded the prescribed limit. The reading being 71 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

Former DC Roberts was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to pay Crown Prosecution Service Costs of £480 and £85 victim surcharge.

Wed 4th May 2022, 3:00pm Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Former PC Dylan Freedman     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

On 26 October 2019 a vehicle driven by PC Freedman was observed on Average Speed Cameras on the A10 in Hertfordshire travelling in excess of the speed limit on two separate occasions. PC Freedman was offered and accepted a conditional fixed penalty for one of the offences. Due to the excessive speed of the second offence (110mph) it was referred to Magistrates Court. PC Freedman then made an allegation to Hertfordshire Police that the number plates on his vehicle had been ‘cloned’. An investigation was carried out by Hertfordshire Police and PC Freedman was charged with Perverting the Course of Justice.

On 31 January 2022, PC Freedman appeared at St Albans Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to the Perverting the Course of Justice offence. On 28 February 2022 he was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for twelve months and ordered to carry out two hundred hours of unpaid work. In relation to the speeding offences he was awarded a total of nine penalty points, his driving licence was revoked and he was ordered to re-sit his driving test.

PC Freedman has resigned from the Metropolitan Police Service and his last day of service was 13 January 2022.

Wed 4th May 2022, 10:00am Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

Thu 5th May 2022, 10:00am Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

Fri 6th May 2022, 9:00am Northamptonshire Police HQ

Special Constable Robyn Wilson     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Between the May 22, 2021 and February 4, 2022 the former Special Constable’s conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of her behaviour towards a member of public, whilst off duty, on a train between Oxford and Banbury.

On the May 22, 2021 she had been in Oxford with friends. She then went to Oxford railway station from where she and her friends took a train travelling towards Banbury.
When her group boarded the train, it entered a carriage where a second group was already sat. It became clear that a member of her group knew a member of the other group and the two groups began to interact.
In the course of the interaction between the two groups, it was learned that she was a police officer. She made a comment which a member of the other group appeared to take offence. Due to the issue causing tension between the groups, one member of the other group started to film the officer on his phone.
When she realised she was being filmed, she reached over and with a closed fist punched the phone out of his hand. She then lunged at him as a result of which members of the group accused her of punching him to the head. She can be seen to attempted to knock the phone from his hand again.
When the train arrived at Banbury both groups left the train and had no further interaction.
On the February 4, 2022 at Coventry Magistrates’ Court the officer pleaded guilty to an offence of common assault against the male, contrary to s.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988 and were made subject to a conditional discharge for 6 months, and ordered to pay costs.

Fri 6th May 2022, 10:00am Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

Hearings List (14 days)

Wed 4th May 2022, (time not published)

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Special Constable Dean Torr     –     Bedfordshire Police,

Bedfordshire Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

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

Mr Torr had been in a relationship for 18 months with a female (Ms B), the relationship ended at the beginning of October. It is alleged that he then harassed his former partner by sending unwanted messages and turning up at her home address. It is alleged these matters amount to breaches of the Standards of Professional Behaviour namely; Honesty and Integrity (Integrity only) & Discreditable Conduct

Wed 4th May 2022, 3:00pm

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DC Daniel Roberts     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Alleged Breaches

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

On 1 March 2022 at North Hampshire Magistrate’s Court, Former DC Roberts was convicted on his own guilty plea of having driven a motor vehicle after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of his breath exceeded the prescribed limit. The reading being 71 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

Former DC Roberts was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to pay Crown Prosecution Service Costs of £480 and £85 victim surcharge.

Wed 4th May 2022, 3:00pm

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Former PC Dylan Freedman     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6, London

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

On 26 October 2019 a vehicle driven by PC Freedman was observed on Average Speed Cameras on the A10 in Hertfordshire travelling in excess of the speed limit on two separate occasions. PC Freedman was offered and accepted a conditional fixed penalty for one of the offences. Due to the excessive speed of the second offence (110mph) it was referred to Magistrates Court. PC Freedman then made an allegation to Hertfordshire Police that the number plates on his vehicle had been ‘cloned’. An investigation was carried out by Hertfordshire Police and PC Freedman was charged with Perverting the Course of Justice.

On 31 January 2022, PC Freedman appeared at St Albans Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to the Perverting the Course of Justice offence. On 28 February 2022 he was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for twelve months and ordered to carry out two hundred hours of unpaid work. In relation to the speeding offences he was awarded a total of nine penalty points, his driving licence was revoked and he was ordered to re-sit his driving test.

PC Freedman has resigned from the Metropolitan Police Service and his last day of service was 13 January 2022.

Wed 4th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

Alleged Breaches

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Orders and instructions
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

Thu 5th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

Alleged Breaches

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Orders and instructions
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

Fri 6th May 2022, 9:00am

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Special Constable Robyn Wilson     –     Northamptonshire Police,

Northamptonshire Police HQ

Alleged Breaches

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Between the May 22, 2021 and February 4, 2022 the former Special Constable’s conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour in respect of her behaviour towards a member of public, whilst off duty, on a train between Oxford and Banbury.

On the May 22, 2021 she had been in Oxford with friends. She then went to Oxford railway station from where she and her friends took a train travelling towards Banbury.
When her group boarded the train, it entered a carriage where a second group was already sat. It became clear that a member of her group knew a member of the other group and the two groups began to interact.
In the course of the interaction between the two groups, it was learned that she was a police officer. She made a comment which a member of the other group appeared to take offence. Due to the issue causing tension between the groups, one member of the other group started to film the officer on his phone.
When she realised she was being filmed, she reached over and with a closed fist punched the phone out of his hand. She then lunged at him as a result of which members of the group accused her of punching him to the head. She can be seen to attempted to knock the phone from his hand again.
When the train arrived at Banbury both groups left the train and had no further interaction.
On the February 4, 2022 at Coventry Magistrates’ Court the officer pleaded guilty to an offence of common assault against the male, contrary to s.39 Criminal Justice Act 1988 and were made subject to a conditional discharge for 6 months, and ordered to pay costs.

Fri 6th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC 6683 Terry Quick     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

Alleged Breaches

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Orders and instructions
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that between January and December 2020, PC Quick has breached the standards of professional behaviour in regard to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Orders and Instructions and Discreditable Conduct, by using his TVP issue mobile phone and TVP email system to communicate inappropriately with a female member of the public whom he had met during the course of his duties.

It is also alleged he indecently assaulted a female colleague by trying to kiss her without consent and while off duty, and has sent emails with sexist and/or sexualised content from TVP work e-mail addresses

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

Tue 10th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC Darius Caldwell and PC Daniel Groves     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches (No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Caldwell faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in an oral report to a senior officer, a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He relayed that false evidence to PC Groves to influence what he would record and/or report.

PC Groves faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He also failed to challenge false evidence relayed by PC Caldwell.

Wed 11th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC Darius Caldwell and PC Daniel Groves     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches (No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Caldwell faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in an oral report to a senior officer, a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He relayed that false evidence to PC Groves to influence what he would record and/or report.

PC Groves faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He also failed to challenge false evidence relayed by PC Caldwell.

Thu 12th May 2022, (time not published)

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PC Darius Caldwell and PC Daniel Groves     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches (No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Caldwell faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in an oral report to a senior officer, a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He relayed that false evidence to PC Groves to influence what he would record and/or report.

PC Groves faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He also failed to challenge false evidence relayed by PC Caldwell.

Thu 12th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC Hadi Yousef     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Police Constable Yousef faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he acted dishonestly in lying to two supervising officers about having copied and pasted a witness signature onto a statement created for the purposes of criminal proceedings with the witness’s consent. He had not obtained the witness’s consent to add her signature at the time that he maintained that he had done so, although he obtained that consent subsequently. He was given an opportunity to explain himself and persisted with the lie until the matter was further investigated.

Fri 13th May 2022, (time not published)

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PC Darius Caldwell and PC Daniel Groves     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters

Alleged Breaches (No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

PC Caldwell faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in an oral report to a senior officer, a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He relayed that false evidence to PC Groves to influence what he would record and/or report.

PC Groves faces the following allegations under the Police Conduct Regulations 2020:

That he provided false evidence in a witness statement, a police NICHE entry and in a written response within these proceedings. He also failed to challenge false evidence relayed by PC Caldwell.

Fri 13th May 2022, 10:00am

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PC Hadi Yousef     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police’s Headquarters Kidlington

Alleged Breaches

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Police Constable Yousef faces allegations whereby it is alleged in summary that he acted dishonestly in lying to two supervising officers about having copied and pasted a witness signature onto a statement created for the purposes of criminal proceedings with the witness’s consent. He had not obtained the witness’s consent to add her signature at the time that he maintained that he had done so, although he obtained that consent subsequently. He was given an opportunity to explain himself and persisted with the lie until the matter was further investigated.

Tue 17th May 2022, 10:00am

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Former Officer PS 2282 Marsden     –     Lancashire Constabulary,

County Hall, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 0LD

Alleged Breaches (No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force into the circumstances of the alleged breaches.

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