Professional misconduct

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Home Office Review into Police Officer Dismissals – What does this mean?

Posted: 20 January

In the last thirty years or so the Police (Conduct) Regulations have changed immeasurably.  From Regulations that remained unchanged for decades, we are now living in a period where every few years yet another set of Regulations supersede the...

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Police Post Incident Procedures

Posted: 18 November

Police Post Incident Procedures in England and Wales are a regimented and often changing process which to truly understand requires years of practical experience. It is participated in contemporaneously by different organisations with wildly differing objectives often pulling against...

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Regulations and entitlement of a Police Officer part 2

Posted: 16 August

Following on from my previous blog concerning the first half of the Police Conduct Regulations up until the stage a Complaint Notice was received by an Officer, I have put together a summary of the next stages of the...

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Police misconduct – An initial overview.

Posted: 27 July

 Introduction  Many professional occupations have schemes in place to regulate conduct and discipline procedures – barristers, solicitors, doctors, nurses, teachers and the police to name but a few. In broad terms the aim of the procedures is not to...

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Non-Accidental Injury and Care Proceedings

What happens after Children’s Services becomes involved? Following a referral to Children’s Services in...

- 22 April 2024

Straightforward Employee Solutions:

How our Solicitors ensure clarity in settlement agreements Settlement Agreements are pivotal in resolving...

- 11 April 2024

Seizure and Retention of Property in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings.

Police powers in relation to seizure and retention of property concerning a police investigation...

- 14 March 2024