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.
South Wales Police will hold a Police Misconduct Hearing commencing at 10am on Wednesday 3rd May 2017 at The Waterton Centre, Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend CF31 3WT.
The Hearing will consider allegations of Police Misconduct in relation to Detective Sergeant 3206 Andrew Whelan. The Hearing is anticipated to last until Friday 12th May 2017.
South Wales Police held a Police Misconduct Hearing on Monday 10th April 2017 concerning Police Constable 5341 Matthew Davies.
The Hearing considered an allegation of Gross Misconduct in respect of a relationship he conducted while on duty.
The outcome delivered at the conclusion of the Hearing was Dismissal Without Notice.
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