Misconduct panel wrong to say officers have no privacy on duty, rules High Court

Case of inspector knocked out by husband of sergeant he was having affair with returned to court again.

Photo: Press Association

Photo: Press Association

Date - 2nd June 2017
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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A police misconduct panel who claimed there was no such thing as “private on duty conduct” for officers has again been proved wrong in the High Court. Temporary Chief Inspector Lee Rukin was dismissed by Cleveland Police in August 2015...
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