Upcoming Police Misconduct Hearings 12 Dec 2022 – 25 Dec 2022

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5-Day Summary

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am Chelmsford Civic Centre, Duke Street, Chelmsford CM1 1JE Open map

PC Matthew Turner     –     Essex Police,

It is alleged that Former PC Turner sent anonymous letters, the contents of the letters were untrue, and/or PC Turner did not believe the contents to be true and/or had no reasonable belief that the contents were true and that his purpose in sending the letters included causing anxiety and/or stress to the recipients. It is also alleged that PC Turner removed items from a colleague’s locker without permission and did not return them.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am PSB Offices, Unit A, Northampton Road, Manchester, M40 5BP Open map

PC Taylor     –     Greater Manchester Police,

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am (Location unknown)

PC Sanjaye Drummond     –     Avon & Somerset Constabulary,

It is alleged that:
In December 2021, whilst off duty, PC DRUMMOND made inappropriate comments of a
sexual nature to a number of colleagues.
In December 2021, whilst off duty, PC DRUMMOND touched a female colleague
inappropriately.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am Wiltshire Police Headquarters, London Rd, Devizes SN10 2DN Open map

SPC Sonny Webb     –     Wiltshire Police,

It is alleged that on 22 August 2022 SPC Webb (who was then a special constable) and former SPC Duncan (who was then a special inspector):
• failed to act diligently and appropriately in dealing with a man who had been assaulted and injured, and with the suspects of the serious assault, resulting in a delay to the police investigation that impaired it.
• failed to properly assist in the police investigation into the incident; and
• improperly colluded with each other to “get our story straight” about the incident.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am Wiltshire Police Headquarters, London Rd, Devizes SN10 2DN Open map

SPC Tyrone Duncan     –     Wiltshire Police,

It is alleged that each officer has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour for police officers, specifically the standards of:
1. Authority, Respect and Courtesy;
2. Orders and Instructions;
3. Duties and Responsibilities;
4. Honesty and Integrity; and
5. Discreditable conduct.
It is alleged that on 22 August 2022 SPC Webb (who was then a special constable) and former SPC Duncan (who was then a special inspector):
• failed to act diligently and appropriately in dealing with a man who had been assaulted and injured, and with the suspects of the serious assault, resulting in a delay to the police investigation that impaired it.
• failed to properly assist in the police investigation into the incident; and
• improperly colluded with each other to “get our story straight” about the incident.

Tue 13th December 2022, (time was not provided) Gloucestershire Constabulary Headquarters, No 1 Waterwells, Waterwells Drive, Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2AN Open map

PC Joel Price     –     Gloucestershire Constabulary,

  • PC Price drove a motor vehicle on a public road having consumed so much alcohol that he was over the legal limit to drive.
  • PC Price failed to provide a specimen of breath at the roadside when lawfully requested to do so.
  • PC Price was convicted of a criminal offence at the Magistrates’ Court and banned from driving.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am Thames Valley Police Headquarters, Oxford Road, Kidlington OX5 2NX Open map

Unnamed Officer XA Thames Valley ( Hearing date 13th December)     –     Thames Valley Police,

It is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to “Honesty and Integrity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer failed to truthfully answer questions as part of vetting procedures.

It is also alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour, with regards to “Equality and Diversity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer demonstrated racist views and/or used racist language.

Finally it is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to ‘Confidentiality’ and ‘Discreditable Conduct’ in that they shared confidential police information to people outside of the Force.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am West Yorkshire Police HQ

PC Kevin Wood     –     West Yorkshire Police,

It is alleged that the officer, whilst on duty, slapped two female colleagues on the bottom.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am Greater Manchester Police Force Headquarters, Central Park, Northampton Road, Manchester, M40 5BP Open map

PS Sion Archer     –     Greater Manchester Police,

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am Thames Valley Police Headquarters, Oxford Road, Kidlington OX5 2NX Open map

Unnamed Officer XA Thames Valley ( Hearing date 13th December)     –     Thames Valley Police,

It is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to “Honesty and Integrity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer failed to truthfully answer questions as part of vetting procedures.

It is also alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour, with regards to “Equality and Diversity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer demonstrated racist views and/or used racist language.

Finally it is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to ‘Confidentiality’ and ‘Discreditable Conduct’ in that they shared confidential police information to people outside of the Force.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am West Yorkshire Police HQ

PC Kevin Wood     –     West Yorkshire Police,

It is alleged that the officer, whilst on duty, slapped two female colleagues on the bottom.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am West Yorkshire Police Headquarters, 6 Laburnum Rd, Wakefield WF1 3QP Open map

PC Declan Middleton     –     South Wales Police,

The allegations are that PC Middleton used his position as a police officer to engage in sexual activity with a woman; sent messages of an inappropriate and sexual nature to two other women; and sent messages to other individuals which were of a sexist and racist nature. It is alleged that the conduct amounted to a breach of the Standards of professional behavior and constituted gross misconduct.

Fri 16th December 2022, 10:00am Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Fri 16th December 2022, 9:30am The Piazza, Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

SC Lubana Arroyave     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that, on 31 July 2021, Special Constable Arroyave drove a vehicle other than in accordance with a licence and without insurance, and that she drove the vehicle without due care and attention resulting in a collision.

Fri 16th December 2022, 10:00am West Yorkshire Police Headquarters, 6 Laburnum Rd, Wakefield WF1 3QP Open map

PC Declan Middleton     –     South Wales Police,

The allegations are that PC Middleton used his position as a police officer to engage in sexual activity with a woman; sent messages of an inappropriate and sexual nature to two other women; and sent messages to other individuals which were of a sexist and racist nature. It is alleged that the conduct amounted to a breach of the Standards of professional behavior and constituted gross misconduct.

Hearings List (14 days)

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am

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Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Use of force
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Matthew Turner     –     Essex Police,

Chelmsford Civic Centre, Duke Street, Chelmsford CM1 1JE Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that Former PC Turner sent anonymous letters, the contents of the letters were untrue, and/or PC Turner did not believe the contents to be true and/or had no reasonable belief that the contents were true and that his purpose in sending the letters included causing anxiety and/or stress to the recipients. It is also alleged that PC Turner removed items from a colleague’s locker without permission and did not return them.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

PC Taylor     –     Greater Manchester Police,

PSB Offices, Unit A, Northampton Road, Manchester, M40 5BP Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

Mon 12th December 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

PC Sanjaye Drummond     –     Avon & Somerset Constabulary,

(Location unknown)

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that:
In December 2021, whilst off duty, PC DRUMMOND made inappropriate comments of a
sexual nature to a number of colleagues.
In December 2021, whilst off duty, PC DRUMMOND touched a female colleague
inappropriately.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Use of force
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

SPC Sonny Webb     –     Wiltshire Police,

Wiltshire Police Headquarters, London Rd, Devizes SN10 2DN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that on 22 August 2022 SPC Webb (who was then a special constable) and former SPC Duncan (who was then a special inspector):
• failed to act diligently and appropriately in dealing with a man who had been assaulted and injured, and with the suspects of the serious assault, resulting in a delay to the police investigation that impaired it.
• failed to properly assist in the police investigation into the incident; and
• improperly colluded with each other to “get our story straight” about the incident.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am

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SPC Tyrone Duncan     –     Wiltshire Police,

Wiltshire Police Headquarters, London Rd, Devizes SN10 2DN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in private.

It is alleged that each officer has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour for police officers, specifically the standards of:
1. Authority, Respect and Courtesy;
2. Orders and Instructions;
3. Duties and Responsibilities;
4. Honesty and Integrity; and
5. Discreditable conduct.
It is alleged that on 22 August 2022 SPC Webb (who was then a special constable) and former SPC Duncan (who was then a special inspector):
• failed to act diligently and appropriately in dealing with a man who had been assaulted and injured, and with the suspects of the serious assault, resulting in a delay to the police investigation that impaired it.
• failed to properly assist in the police investigation into the incident; and
• improperly colluded with each other to “get our story straight” about the incident.

Tue 13th December 2022, (time was not provided)

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PC Joel Price     –     Gloucestershire Constabulary,

Gloucestershire Constabulary Headquarters, No 1 Waterwells, Waterwells Drive, Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2AN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

  • PC Price drove a motor vehicle on a public road having consumed so much alcohol that he was over the legal limit to drive.
  • PC Price failed to provide a specimen of breath at the roadside when lawfully requested to do so.
  • PC Price was convicted of a criminal offence at the Magistrates’ Court and banned from driving.

Tue 13th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer XA Thames Valley ( Hearing date 13th December)     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police Headquarters, Oxford Road, Kidlington OX5 2NX Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Equality and diversity
  • Confidentiality
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to “Honesty and Integrity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer failed to truthfully answer questions as part of vetting procedures.

It is also alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour, with regards to “Equality and Diversity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer demonstrated racist views and/or used racist language.

Finally it is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to ‘Confidentiality’ and ‘Discreditable Conduct’ in that they shared confidential police information to people outside of the Force.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am

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Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Use of force
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Kevin Wood     –     West Yorkshire Police,

West Yorkshire Police HQ

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that the officer, whilst on duty, slapped two female colleagues on the bottom.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am

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PS Sion Archer     –     Greater Manchester Police,

Greater Manchester Police Force Headquarters, Central Park, Northampton Road, Manchester, M40 5BP Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Wed 14th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer XA Thames Valley ( Hearing date 13th December)     –     Thames Valley Police,

Thames Valley Police Headquarters, Oxford Road, Kidlington OX5 2NX Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Equality and diversity
  • Confidentiality
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to “Honesty and Integrity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer failed to truthfully answer questions as part of vetting procedures.

It is also alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour, with regards to “Equality and Diversity” and “Discreditable Conduct” in that the officer demonstrated racist views and/or used racist language.

Finally it is alleged that the officer breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour with regards to ‘Confidentiality’ and ‘Discreditable Conduct’ in that they shared confidential police information to people outside of the Force.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am

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Officer X (Sussex Police)     –     Sussex Police,

Sussex Police Headquarters, Church Ln, Lewes BN7 2DZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Use of force
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.

It is alleged that Officer X:

Used unreasonable force against witness A
Knowingly gave a misleading account of the incident or
Failed to properly read and correct their account

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Kevin Wood     –     West Yorkshire Police,

West Yorkshire Police HQ

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that the officer, whilst on duty, slapped two female colleagues on the bottom.

Thu 15th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Declan Middleton     –     South Wales Police,

West Yorkshire Police Headquarters, 6 Laburnum Rd, Wakefield WF1 3QP Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached (No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

The allegations are that PC Middleton used his position as a police officer to engage in sexual activity with a woman; sent messages of an inappropriate and sexual nature to two other women; and sent messages to other individuals which were of a sexist and racist nature. It is alleged that the conduct amounted to a breach of the Standards of professional behavior and constituted gross misconduct.

Fri 16th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Fri 16th December 2022, 9:30am

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SC Lubana Arroyave     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

The Piazza, Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in private.

It is alleged that, on 31 July 2021, Special Constable Arroyave drove a vehicle other than in accordance with a licence and without insurance, and that she drove the vehicle without due care and attention resulting in a collision.

Fri 16th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Declan Middleton     –     South Wales Police,

West Yorkshire Police Headquarters, 6 Laburnum Rd, Wakefield WF1 3QP Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached (No further information has been provided by the force about the alleged Standards of professional behavior which were breached.)

The hearing is to be held in public.

The allegations are that PC Middleton used his position as a police officer to engage in sexual activity with a woman; sent messages of an inappropriate and sexual nature to two other women; and sent messages to other individuals which were of a sexist and racist nature. It is alleged that the conduct amounted to a breach of the Standards of professional behavior and constituted gross misconduct.

Sat 17th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Sun 18th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Mon 19th December 2022, (time was not provided)

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Mon 19th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Liam Kenny     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire & Rescue & Police Headquarters, Leigh Road, Eastleigh

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Confidentiality

The hearing is to be held in public.

t is alleged that between the 07/04/2021 and the 20/08/2021, PC Liam Kenny has on multiple occasions misused a Force Information System for a non-policing purpose.

It is alleged that in 2020, when PC Liam Kenny applied to Hampshire Constabulary to become a Police Officer, he failed to declare a relative on his vetting application and then again, at a subsequent vetting security interview.

Tue 20th December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer and PS Dru Hussey     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Use of force
  • Orders and instructions
  • Duties and responsibilities

The hearing is to be held in public.

PS Hussey
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 at Lewisham Police Station the officer:

Authorised, participated in, and had ultimate responsibility for, a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (“PACE”) without adequate reason or justification. It is alleged that the officer did not: verify the grounds for the strip search; ascertain Person A’s identity or communicate with them; ensure Person A was informed of the fact they were to be strip searched or the reasons and method; ensure male officers were not present; make adequate effort to secure cooperation; minimise embarrassment or have proper regard to dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability. It is alleged the officer allowed the strip search in a CCTV cell and did not inform Person A. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’; ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Failed to make an adequate entry on the Custody Record relating to the strip search. Contrary to the standards of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’; and ‘Duties & Responsibilities.
Officer ‘A’
It is alleged that on 9 May 2020 during the detention of Person A the officer:

Used excessive force by striking Person A six times. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Use of Force’.
In a CCTV cell at Lewisham Police Station, participated in a strip search of Person A which did not comply with Code C of PACE. It is alleged that the officer did not: inform Person A that they were to be strip searched or provide reasons; conduct the strip search with proper regard to Person A’s dignity, sensitivity and vulnerability; make adequate effort to secure cooperation, maintain dignity and minimise embarrassment. It is alleged the officer proceeded with the strip search, including using scissors to cut off Person A’s clothing, whilst male officers were present. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Orders & Instructions’.
Subjected Person A to disrespectful, discourteous and degrading treatment throughout her interaction, including during transfer to police custody and at Lewisham Police Station. Contrary to the standard of professional behaviour ‘Authority, Respect & Courtesy’.

Tue 20th December 2022, 9:30am

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PC Hassan Mahmood     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

The Piazza, Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Tue 20th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Liam Kenny     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire & Rescue & Police Headquarters, Leigh Road, Eastleigh

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Confidentiality

The hearing is to be held in public.

t is alleged that between the 07/04/2021 and the 20/08/2021, PC Liam Kenny has on multiple occasions misused a Force Information System for a non-policing purpose.

It is alleged that in 2020, when PC Liam Kenny applied to Hampshire Constabulary to become a Police Officer, he failed to declare a relative on his vetting application and then again, at a subsequent vetting security interview.

Wed 21st December 2022, 9:30am

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PC Hassan Mahmood     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

The Piazza, Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

Wed 21st December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer     –     Ministry of Defence Police,

Building 1070, former MDP Headquarters, Wethersfield, Braintree, CM7 4AZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in private.

It is alleged that the officer in question behaved in a matter which was oppressive and harassing towards two officers and that they failed to comply with an instruction to stop all contact with one of the officers.

Further, it is alleged that on two occasions the officer in question behaved in a manner that lacked respect and courtesy towards a colleague and breached MDP policy relating to social distancing in the workplace. Finally, it is alleged that the conduct of the officer in question cumulatively amounts to ‘discreditable conduct’.

It is further alleged that the behaviour amounts to gross misconduct.

Wed 21st December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Liam Kenny     –     Hampshire Constabulary,

Hampshire Fire & Rescue & Police Headquarters, Leigh Road, Eastleigh

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Confidentiality

The hearing is to be held in public.

t is alleged that between the 07/04/2021 and the 20/08/2021, PC Liam Kenny has on multiple occasions misused a Force Information System for a non-policing purpose.

It is alleged that in 2020, when PC Liam Kenny applied to Hampshire Constabulary to become a Police Officer, he failed to declare a relative on his vetting application and then again, at a subsequent vetting security interview.

Thu 22nd December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer     –     Ministry of Defence Police,

Building 1070, former MDP Headquarters, Wethersfield, Braintree, CM7 4AZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in private.

It is alleged that the officer in question behaved in a matter which was oppressive and harassing towards two officers and that they failed to comply with an instruction to stop all contact with one of the officers.

Further, it is alleged that on two occasions the officer in question behaved in a manner that lacked respect and courtesy towards a colleague and breached MDP policy relating to social distancing in the workplace. Finally, it is alleged that the conduct of the officer in question cumulatively amounts to ‘discreditable conduct’.

It is further alleged that the behaviour amounts to gross misconduct.

Thu 22nd December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Gary Walters     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lille Road, London SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, between 1 January 2019 and 1 December 2020 PC Walters submitted 68 duplicate expenses claims worth £773.51. These claims were made either dishonestly or recklessly.

Fri 23rd December 2022, 10:00am

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Unnamed Officer     –     Ministry of Defence Police,

Building 1070, former MDP Headquarters, Wethersfield, Braintree, CM7 4AZ Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in private.

It is alleged that the officer in question behaved in a matter which was oppressive and harassing towards two officers and that they failed to comply with an instruction to stop all contact with one of the officers.

Further, it is alleged that on two occasions the officer in question behaved in a manner that lacked respect and courtesy towards a colleague and breached MDP policy relating to social distancing in the workplace. Finally, it is alleged that the conduct of the officer in question cumulatively amounts to ‘discreditable conduct’.

It is further alleged that the behaviour amounts to gross misconduct.

Fri 23rd December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Gary Walters     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lille Road, London SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, between 1 January 2019 and 1 December 2020 PC Walters submitted 68 duplicate expenses claims worth £773.51. These claims were made either dishonestly or recklessly.

Sat 24th December 2022, 10:00am

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PC Gary Walters     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

Empress State Building, Lille Road, London SW6 1TR Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

  • Honesty and integrity
  • Conduct

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, between 1 January 2019 and 1 December 2020 PC Walters submitted 68 duplicate expenses claims worth £773.51. These claims were made either dishonestly or recklessly.

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