Just In: Kent Police Officer Facing Probe After Non-Consensual Touching Claims

A Kent Police officer will face a misconduct hearing over non-consensual touching allegations PC 14880 Thomas Hall is alleged to have engaged in non-consensual sexual touching of another police officer that was sexual in nature whilst the officers were staying overnight in a hotel in July of 2020. If the allegations are found proven as… Continue reading Just In: Kent Police Officer Facing Probe After Non-Consensual Touching Claims

Former Top Cop To Appear Before Police Appeals Tribunal In A Bid To Win Job Back

Pictured: Chief Special Officer Tom Haye. Copyright Solent News

A former high ranking police officer is to appeal to a police appeals tribunal to try and win his job back after being sacked by the force for gross misconduct. Former Chief Special Officer Tom Haye was dismissed from Hampshire Constabulary after he used the term “pikey” in a Whatsapp message which is widely regarded… Continue reading Former Top Cop To Appear Before Police Appeals Tribunal In A Bid To Win Job Back

Former Police Constable Adam Davies

Two allegations of gross misconduct against a former police officer have been proven following an accelerated hearing last month. The hearing in relation to former Police Constable Adam Davies was held at Surrey Police Headquarters on 10 December 2021. Mr Davies did not attend the proceedings but was represented at the hearing and had also… Continue reading Former Police Constable Adam Davies

PC Oliver Perry-Smith P6987 In Court Over Relationships Formed With Women

A Thames Valley Police (TVP) officer will appear in court charged with three counts of misconduct in public office and two counts of computer misuse. It follows an Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation into Police Constable Oliver Perry-Smith, 38, over alleged inappropriate relationships he formed with multiple women during the course of his… Continue reading PC Oliver Perry-Smith P6987 In Court Over Relationships Formed With Women

DC Robert Ferrow Convicted For Forging Witness Statement Used In Murder Trial

A Hampshire Constabulary detective constable (DC) has been convicted of forging a witness statement, following our investigation. DC Robert Ferrow, based at Portsmouth police station, was charged with making a false instrument with intent for it to be accepted as genuine, under the Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981. DC Ferrow completed and signed the statement of… Continue reading DC Robert Ferrow Convicted For Forging Witness Statement Used In Murder Trial

Sussex Police officers dismissed without notice after gross misconduct proven

Two Sussex Police officers have been dismissed without notice after a disciplinary panel heard one officer failed to investigate allegations of domestic assault while another officer attempted to interfere with the investigation. The outcome follows an eight-month Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation. An independently chaired disciplinary panel found gross misconduct proven against Police Constable X and PC Russell Felgate at a hearing… Continue reading Sussex Police officers dismissed without notice after gross misconduct proven

Hampshire Officer Sacked After He Pursued Relationships With Several Females He Met Whilst on Duty

A Hampshire Constabulary officer has been dismissed without notice after a disciplinary hearing was told he had inappropriately pursued relationships with several woman he met on duty. The outcome follows an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). Our ten-month investigation began following a referral from Hampshire Constabulary, after the force had carried… Continue reading Hampshire Officer Sacked After He Pursued Relationships With Several Females He Met Whilst on Duty

Thames Valley Cop Matthew Myers Who Stuck A Child in The Face Would Have Been Sacked Disciplinary Hearing Found.

A former Thames Valley Police officer would have been dismissed for gross misconduct had he not already resigned, a disciplinary hearing on 6 May concluded. The outcome follows an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) which looked at the officer’s treatment of a teenage boy in custody. It was alleged that Police… Continue reading Thames Valley Cop Matthew Myers Who Stuck A Child in The Face Would Have Been Sacked Disciplinary Hearing Found.

Thames Valley Officer To Face Misconduct Hearing Over The Level Of alcohol in The Officers Breath

A Misconduct Hearing shall be conducted into allegations that an Officer’s conduct amounted to gross misconduct. Details of the conduct that is the subject matter of the case and how that conduct is alleged to amount to gross misconduct are as follows: At some time prior to 07.00 on 5 May 2020 the Officer attended… Continue reading Thames Valley Officer To Face Misconduct Hearing Over The Level Of alcohol in The Officers Breath

Cop Who Made Child Strip Naked In A Custody Centre Awaits Decision On Possible Misconduct Proceedings

A Thames Valley Police officer has been found guilty of the battery of a child, following our investigation. Police Sergeant (PS) Matthew Myers, 49, was given a community order to do 200 hours of unpaid work for assaulting a 16-year-old boy who was in police custody in Banbury, Oxfordshire, on 4 January 2020. Luton Magistrates’ Court… Continue reading Cop Who Made Child Strip Naked In A Custody Centre Awaits Decision On Possible Misconduct Proceedings

Thames Valley Police officers Face Criminal Investigation Over Death Of Brian Ringrose

Five officers have been advised they are under criminal investigation following the death in police custody of a 24-year-old man in Milton Keynes earlier this month. Brian Ringrose from Milton Keynes died in hospital after he was arrested by Thames Valley Police (TVP) officers at an address on the morning of Wednesday 27 January. The officers had… Continue reading Thames Valley Police officers Face Criminal Investigation Over Death Of Brian Ringrose

Police Officer Sacked

1 IN THE MATTER OF THE POLICE (CONDUCT) REGULATIONS 2020 AND IN THE MATTER OF A SERVING THAMES VALLEY POLICE OFFICER WRITTEN REASONS HEARING ON 7, 8 & 12 January 2021 1. The Officer faced misconduct proceedings arising out of events between September 2019 and January 2020 whilst he was working as a case officer.… Continue reading Police Officer Sacked

DC Damien Cotgreave Who Sent Picture of His Penis Whilst Sitting In Court Court Would have have Been Sacked

The breaches of the Standards of Professional Behaviour alleged were as follows: 1) That on 13th December 2019 while you were on duty you exchanged “WhatsApp” messages with a member of the public using your personal mobile telephone in relation to her use of illegal substances. Your message response to her admission of Cannabis use… Continue reading DC Damien Cotgreave Who Sent Picture of His Penis Whilst Sitting In Court Court Would have have Been Sacked

Thames Valley Police Officer Sacked After Relationship With Person He Met On The Job

A serving Thames Valley Police (TVP) officer has been dismissed without notice after he was found to have committed gross misconduct by developing a relationship with a person he met through the course of duties, failing to inform his senior officers of the relationship and giving a dishonest account of how the relationship started. The proceedings against the… Continue reading Thames Valley Police Officer Sacked After Relationship With Person He Met On The Job


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