PC 1792 Kevin Wood will attend a misconduct hearing for allegedly breaching the Standards of Professional Behaviour in relation to: Authority, Respect & Courtesy and Discreditable Conduct
It is alleged that the officer, whilst on duty, slapped two female colleagues on the bottom.
Date of Hearing: 14th & 15th December 2022 at 1000 hrs.
A separate misconduct hearing will take place in relation to PC 187 Declan Middleton;
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 behaviour and constituted gross misconduct.
Date of hearing is 10am on 15th and 16th December 2022.
Closing date for applications to attend either of these hearings is 1600 hrs on 12th December 2022. Click here to complete the online Misconduct Hearings Attendance Online Application Form
It is a condition of attendance at the hearings that there will be no publication of the identification of the complainants or steps taken which could lead to the identification of the complainants.
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