A police officer who had an intimate relationship with a convicted criminal has been given a final written warning at a misconduct hearing held by the Metropolitan police on 16th June 2022. PC Brooks-Ashitey, who joined the MPS in 2011 at the age of 18 originally as a special constable and then from 2014, was… Continue reading PC Cleo Brooks-Ashitey Who Had Relationship With a Convicted Criminal Given a Final Written Warning
Metropolitan police officer Sandeep Khunkhu will face a public misconduct hearing after failing to fully investigate allegations of domestic abuse and or to instigate suitable safeguarding measures to assist in protecting the female victim The victim Denise Keane-Simmons was set on fire and died. Damion Simmons, 45 (29.03.76) of no fixed address, was sentenced at… Continue reading News In Brief: Met Cop PC Sandeep Khunkhun To Face Misconduct Hearing After Female Burned To Death
On the 24th January 2020, a report was made to police of potential Voyeurism offences. Following the initial police, investigation police identified former DI Neil Corbel as a suspect. On the 21st February, 2020 former DI Corbel was interviewed by police. During the interview, former DI Corbel admitted to recording the initial victim without her… Continue reading Counter Terrorism Cop Convicted of Voyeurism Offences To Appear Before Fast Track Misconduct Hearing
A Metropolitan Police Officer who allegedly threatened to kill his partner is to face a misconduct hearing PC Joynal Ahmed based in the Crime Recording Investigation Bureau is alleged to have punched his partner in the face, kicked her in the back and also alleged to have applied force around her neck. It’s also alleged… Continue reading BREAKING: Police Officer who Allegedly Threatened To Stab and Kill His Partner Is To Face Misconduct Probe
It was alleged that, between the 1 April 2018 to 31 October 2019, PC Christopher Bates obtained and disclosed 20 images to his partner. These images were taken from MPS intelligence and crime reporting systems, and were passed on via What’s App not for a policing purpose. The case against him was found proved and… Continue reading Final Written Warning For Met Cop PC Christopher Bates After Sharing Images With His Partner.
Update: PC Rudvelle Walters was cleared of sexual assault A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer is today (Monday 21st June 2021 facing trial at Southwark Crown Court for sexual assault following an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). , 47, who is attached to the North West Command Unit, is accused of… Continue reading Met Officer PC Rudvelle Walters Standing Trial Over Sexual Assault Claim
A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer who attempted to form an inappropriate relationship with a woman after arresting her, has been given a final written warning following an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). An independently chaired disciplinary panel found gross misconduct proven against PC Andrew Turner at a hearing organised by… Continue reading Met Officer PC Andrew Turner Gets Final Warning Over Attempted Inappropriate Relationship
Police Sergeant 13285B Scullion (‘the officer’) will appear before a Misconduct Hearing Panel being held at 21 New Street, London, EC2M 4TP on Tuesday 1st June 2021, commencing at 10am. It is alleged that on 20th November 2019, the officer made an allegation of assault against his line manager to the Professional Standards Directorate. He… Continue reading City Of London Sergeant To Face Misconduct Panel Over Assault Against Line Manager
A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer has today (Tuesday, 18 May) been charged in connection with a fatal road traffic collision in south east London which resulted in the deaths of Makayah McDermott and Rozanne Cooper in August 2016. The charges follow a 12-month investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) which concluded… Continue reading Met officer Charged With Causing Death By Dangerous Driving
It is alleged that PS Brown has breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in relation to Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Equality and Diversity and Discreditable Conduct. It is alleged that PS Brown shared an inappropriate article on his Facebook page which made reference to sexual activity in the workplace and made comments in respect of… Continue reading Met officer PS Timothy Brown Accused Of Making Derogatory Remark About A Transgender Woman
It is alleged that Police Constable Harrison has breached the standards of professional behaviour in relation to Discreditable Conduct and Use of Force. It is alleged that: On 31 December 2018 whilst on duty, PC Harrison assaulted a member of the public which resulted in this person receiving a fractured knee. PC Harrison was found… Continue reading Jailed PC Charlie Harrison Facing Special Case Hearing After Assault In Which The Victims Knee was Fractured.
PC Daniel Leighton, based at West Area Command Unit, will answer allegations that his conduct amounted to a breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of: Discreditable Conduct It is alleged that, on 11 October 2020 and whilst off duty, PC Leighton drove a motor vehicle on a road after consuming so much… Continue reading PC Daniel Leighton to face Misconduct Hearing Over Drink Driving Allegation
A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer has today (30 April) been dismissed without notice after a police disciplinary panel concluded he used excessive force on a 17-year-old girl in East London. The hearing followed an Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation into a complaint made by an NHS Trust staff member and subsequent complaints… Continue reading PC Benjamin Kemp Sacked After Vulnerable Teen Struck 30 Times With A Baton And Had CS Used Against Her
An Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) directed investigation has today (13 May) resulted in former Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Constable Kashif Mahmood of MPS’ Central East command being sentenced to eight years in jail after admitting conspiracy to acquire criminal property and misconduct in public office. The investigation, conducted by the MPS under our… Continue reading Light Fingered Cop Kashif Mahmood Jailed for 8yrs
A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer is due to appear in court today (Wednesday 12 May) charged with two offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The charges follow an investigation conducted by the force and directed by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). Police Constable Shareen Kashif, aged 29, from the Central… Continue reading Met officer PC Shareen Kashif Charged With Proceeds of Crime Offences
An Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation of a complaint by a driver who was stopped and searched in Southwark, south London, during an incident that was filmed and shared widely on social media has found that a Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officer racially profiled the driver prior to the stop. The 27-year-old man… Continue reading Met Cop Racially Profiled Driver Before Stopping A Vehicle The IOPC Have Found
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is investigating complaints by Richard Okorogheye’s mother about the way the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) handled reports that her son was missing. Mr Okorogheye (19) was reported missing from Ladbroke Grove, west London, by his mother, Ms Evidence Joel, on Tuesday 23 March. She made further calls to… Continue reading Investigation Launched By IOPC After Complaints By Richard Okorogheye’s Mother
PC Benjamin Kemp, based at Noth East command Unit, will answer allegations that his conduct amounted to breaches of the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of: Use of Force Authority Respect and Courtesy It is alleged that: On 8 May 2019, PC Kemp was on duty when he was flagged down by two members… Continue reading Officer Benjamin Kemp Accused of Using Force That was Neither Reasonable or Proportionate.
Kaburu Theuri, a former City of London Police officer, was dismissed without notice at a public disciplinary hearing on 9 March 2021, after it was found that the allegations against him amounted to gross misconduct. The allegations were that, while Theuri was a probationer, his: actions sending inappropriate communications, having already been warned about such… Continue reading Former PC Kaburu Theuri
PC Aaron Johnson will answer allegations that his conduct amounts to a breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of: Discreditable conduct Integrity Fitness for duty On 3 March 2020 PC Johnson was subject to a “with cause drugs test” and required to provide a sample of urine for analysis. The analysis found… Continue reading PC Aaron Johnson ” with cause drugs test” Positive for Steroids A Misconduct Will Hear
Former PC Callum McIntyre, formerly based at South Area BCU, will answer allegations that his conduct amounts to a breach of Standards of Professional Behaviour, in respect of: Honesty and integrity Authority, respect and courtesy Discreditable conduct Duties and responsibilities It is alleged that On 6 March 2019 former PC McIntyre started at the South… Continue reading Former PC Callum McIntyre Who Lied When He Said His Brother Had Terminal Cancer And Died Is To Face A Misconduct Hearing
Hearing to be held in private: 1-5 March 2021. It is alleged that PS Brown has breached the standards of: Professional Behaviour in relation to Authority Respect and Courtesy, Equality and Diversity and Discreditable Conduct. It is alleged that PS Brown shared an inappropriate article on his Facebook page which made reference to sexual activity… Continue reading A Derogatory Remark Allegation About Transgender woman Leads To Met Sgt Timothy Brown Facing Misconduct Hearing
Police Sergeant Gary Willis currently based at Met Detention, will answer allegations that his conduct amounts to a breach of Standards of Professional Behaviour, in respect of: Duties and responsibilities Honesty and integrity Discreditable conduct It is alleged that on the 26th April 2018 PS Willis dealt with a detainee that had been arrested on… Continue reading Met Officer Sgt Gary Willis Faces Misconduct hearing Over Allegations He Failed To Charge A detainee With Drink Driving
PC Rafal Kedziora based at Central North Command Unit, will answer allegations that his conduct amounts to a breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of: Discreditable Conduct On 30 November 2020 at Southwark Crown Court, PC Kedziora pleaded guilty, and was therefore convicted of the following offences: Cause computer to perform function… Continue reading PC Rafal Kedziora convicted of Computer Misuse Now Faces Misconduct Hearing