A former Humberside Police officer who entered into a betting syndicate with the aim of facilitating fraudulent online gambling and money laundering would have been dismissed without notice if he had not already resigned, a police disciplinary panel has ruled. Following a directed Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation, an independently chaired panel found… Continue reading Former Humberside officer would have been dismissed for fraudulent online gambling
A Gross Misconduct Hearing took place on 20th January 2022, concerning the conduct of a former West Yorkshire Police Constable. It was alleged that he conducted himself in a manner that constitutes a breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour in relation to Discreditable Conduct during the following incident where: On 28th May 2021 the… Continue reading Drink Driving Cop Ben Sweeney Would Have Been Sacked Says West Yorkshire Police If He Had Not Resigned
A West Yorkshire Police officer who pursued a vehicle in a police van without proper authorisation has been given a written warning following an IOPC (Independent Office for Police Conduct) investigation. Misconduct was found against PC Stuart Hodson after a three-day hearing that concluded on Wednesday, 20 January. We launched an independent investigation in June 2019 after a man suffered serious… Continue reading Misconduct Proven Against PC Stuart Hodson For unauthorised Use of a Police Van During A Pursuit
A North Yorkshire Police officer has been found guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and given a suspended sentence following an Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation. Detective Constable (DC) Quita Passmore appeared at Bradford Crown Court on Wednesday, 3 February. Our investigation began following an incident on 5 May 2018, when DC Passmore was driving an unmarked… Continue reading Detective Given Suspended Jail Sentence After Dangerous Driving Conviction.
RULING (summarised) OF THE POLICE APPEALS TRIBUNAL Having read and considered the papers and arguments in this matter the decision of the PAT is that the finding made by the Misconduct Panel was unreasonable and therefore this appeal is allowed. It was agreed by the parties that a full hearing was not necessary, the PAT… Continue reading PAT Panel Allows The Appeal of Detective inspector George Bardell Of West Yorkshire Police