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Public Misconduct Hearings

As of 1st May 2015 Police Misconduct Hearings may be heard in public. There will be certain situations where it will be necessary and appropriate for all, or parts of, a police disciplinary or appeal hearing to be held in private. The senior officer or legally-qualified person chairing the panel will make this decision.

We will publish public Police Misconduct Hearings below. Applications to attend can be sent to our Professional Standards Department where they will be considered individually.

The publication of outcome notices from misconduct hearings will be made available to the public on this page for a period of 28 days.


Police Misconduct Hearings 

South Wales Police will hold a special case hearing in Police HQ, Cowbridge Road, Bridgend at 9.30am on Thursday 9th July 2020 concerning PC 5774 Michael Doyle Edwards.
The hearing will consider allegations of Duties and Responsibilities and Discreditable Conduct which have arisen following his behaviour when on duty, sending indecent photographs and inappropriate text messages of a sexual nature to another person.

Any person(s) wishing to attend this hearing are required to contact The South Wales Police Press Office via Press.office@south-wales.pnn.police.uk in advance of the hearing, so that arrangements can be made for their attendance.

 

South Wales Police will hold a Police Misconduct Hearing at Unit 10 & 11 Bocam Park, Pencoed commencing 10am Monday  13th July 2020, concerning Police Constable 4400 Sally Thomas.
The Hearing will consider allegations of , Honesty and Integrity and Discreditable Conduct which have arisen following an on duty incident where the officer arrested a person and then allegedly failed to report the full details to a custody sergeant and in particular that the arrested person may have suffered an injury to the head. It is also alleged that during a subsequent interview conducted by investigators from the IOPC, PC Thomas provided answers that were not truthful.

Any person(s) wishing to attend this hearing are required to contact The South Wales Police Press Office via Press.office@south-wales.pnn.police.uk in advance of the hearing, so that arrangements can be made for their attendance.