PoliceOracle.com

 

Tag: PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

Showing Stories from 14th April 2014 to 19th June 2015
PCC wants final say on police conduct

PCC wants final say on police conduct

(12/01/15) Norfolk PCC has written to Theresa May about proposed changes to police conduct regulations.

Read more »
(25/11/14) Police officer under investigation for 'photographing Dale Cregan' (29/09/14) IPCC report: Force 'will improve' after murder (26/09/14) Sean Rigg officer refused right to quit force (29/08/14) Public order CS spray use: Compensation paid (20/08/14) 'No crime' rape reports: Personnel relocated (19/08/14) Officer summonsed over restraint 'assault' (14/08/14) Officer dismissed for not carrying correct form (06/08/14) Police 'tried to turn protesters into informants' (29/07/14) Force to 'confirm or deny undercover officers' (22/07/14) IPCC 'cannot dictate police practice' over conferring (17/07/14) Murder probe: Officers served with misconduct notices (04/07/14) Hospital altercation: Officer disciplined (26/06/14) Police station firearms discharge 'was preventable' (20/06/14) Public misconduct hearings: Discussions underway (18/06/14) ACPO President: Promote learning, not retribution (16/06/14) Officer dismissed for obscene texts (12/06/14) Officer pleads guilty to theft by employee (12/06/14) Corrupt officers 'to be jailed for 14 years' (11/06/14) Officer faces misconduct charge (10/06/14) 'Directionless' investigation: Five officers disciplined (10/06/14) Seven hospitalised after police vehicle RTC (14/05/14) Police misconduct list 'should be public'
Officers face 'double jeopardy' in professional standards probes

Officers face 'double jeopardy' in professional standards probes

(08/05/14) Federation official argues officers are subject to double standards by police watchdog despite being acquitted at court.

Read more »
(30/04/14) Police officer admits dangerous driving (30/04/14) Complaint handling 'below expected standard' (24/04/14) Reinstated officer 'suspended pending disciplinary' (14/04/14) Professionals will close 'dark places' for deviant officers
Page 1 of 9