Upcoming Police Misconduct Hearings 13 Jan 2023 – 15 Jan 2023

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3-Day Summary

Fri 13th January 2023, 10:00am The Piazza, Empress State Building, Lillie Road, West Brompton, London, SW6 1TR Open map

PC James Brown     –     Metropolitan Police Service,

It is alleged that on 5 February 2022, PC Brown inappropriately sent messages via WhatsApp to a member of the public who had reported a crime.

Fri 13th January 2023, (time was not provided) PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

Sat 14th January 2023, 10:00am PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

Sun 15th January 2023, 10:00am PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

Hearings List (3 days)

Fri 13th January 2023, 10:00am

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PC James Brown     –     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

  • Authority, respect and courtesy
  • Confidentiality

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that on 5 February 2022, PC Brown inappropriately sent messages via WhatsApp to a member of the public who had reported a crime.

Fri 13th January 2023, (time was not provided)

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Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

Sat 14th January 2023, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

Sun 15th January 2023, 10:00am

View on Misconduct 999

Sgt Connor Phillips (BTP23)     –     British Transport Police,

PSD offices, 4th Floor FHeadquarters, 25 Camden Road, London NW1 9LN Open map

Standards of professional behavior that have allegedly been breached

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

The hearing is to be held in public.

It is alleged that, from around October 2020 the former officer created “false” or “anonymous” social media accounts. The former officer used these social media accounts to send inappropriate, upsetting and derogatory messages to Officer A and friends of Officer A. Between August 2020 and November 2020, he also made inappropriate comments about Officer A to other officers.

On or about 15 May 21 he made a false allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A to the Intelligence Unit of the Professional Standards Department of BTP (“PSDIU”).

On or about 5th July 2021, without Officer A’s permission, the former officer removed Officer A’s body worn video from the police post for a week and then replaced it.

On or about 14 June 2021 he impersonated or pretended to be one Kayleigh Elliot for the purpose of lodging a false complaint via PSDIU against Officer B.

On 7 July 2021 he filed an anonymous (false) allegation of breach of Covid – 19 regulations by Officer A with PSDIU.

On 29 July 2021 he filed another anonymous (false) allegation against Officer A with PSDIU relating to Officer A allegedly mocking a male officer who dressed and identified as a woman (whilst off duty).

In August 2021 he caused Officer A and her friend to receive unwanted correspondence from checkatrade.com.

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