Details of forthcoming and previous hearings.
We demand the highest standards of professionalism, honesty and integrity from our officers and staff. Where those standards are not met, consideration may be given to starting misconducting proceedings. We are committed to transparency and accountability, therefore we will publish the outcomes of misconduct hearings.
Hearings are almost always held wholly or partly in public. This page will be updated with forthcoming hearings along with details on how to apply to attend, although certain conditions and exclusions may apply.
There are no forthcoming hearings scheduled.
Results of misconduct hearings
After a hearing, we publish basic details about the matter.
|14 September 2016||PC||The details of the allegation were held in private to protect the anonymity of the victim.||Discreditable conduct; Authority, respect and courtesy||Gross misconduct; Dismissed without notice|
|21 July 2016||PC||Engaged in sexual activity with a member of the public whilst on duty, committed an indecent act on police premises whilst in police uniform and racially abused an individual during a Skype conversation.||Discreditable conduct; Equality and diversity||Gross misconduct; Dismissed without notice.|
|7 July 2016||PC||Gained secondary employment without having the relevant authorisation, worked at the business whilst claiming sick pay from Hampshire Constabulary, failed to abide by a lawful order and was dishonest in an application to gain secondary employment.||Honest and integrity; Orders and instructions||Gross misconduct; Dismissed without notice.|
|13 April 2016||Sergeant||Habitual use of inappropriate language and repeatedly exhibiting inappropriate sexualised behaviour towards a female member of staff under their supervision.||Authority, respect and courtsey; Discreditable conduct||Gross misconduct; Dismissed without notice.|