This section has been set up to provide information on the outcome of cases of misconduct.
Leicestershire Police demand the highest standards of professionalism, honesty and integrity from its officers and staff. Where those standards are not met, consideration may be given to instigating misconduct proceedings.
Leicestershire Police are committed to transparency and accountability. As such we will publish the outcomes of misconduct meetings, misconduct hearings and also those who chose to resign prior to the conclusion of misconduct proceedings (where it is established that there was a case to answer).
Where the officer/member of staff faces allegations of gross misconduct they would attend a misconduct hearing. If they are found to have breached the relevant standards of professional behaviour they may be dismissed.
Where the officer/member of staff faces allegations of misconduct they would attend a misconduct meeting. If they are found to have breached the relevant standards of professional behaviour the maximum penalty would be a final written warning.
Individuals have the right to resign but each case is judged individually – a person’s resignation may not always accepted.
We will publish these outcomes below on a quarterly basis on this website.