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Met and IOPC disagree on responsibility for misconduct hearing where no evidence existed

Legally qualified chair halted proceedings over a lack of 'cogent' evidence.

Met and IOPC disagree on responsibility for misconduct hearing where no evidence existed

Date - 3rd August 2018
By - JJ Hutber- Police Oracle
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The Met and IOPC have provided contradictory information over who was responsible for holding a public misconduct hearing on the case of a detective accused by an arrested suspect of stealing £2,000 in cash – which there was no...
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