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Misconduct outcomes

View details of recent misconduct outcomes:

PC F

04 April 2022

A misconduct hearing was held for PC F on 4 April.

The hearing found PC F had breached standards of professional behaviour and she was dismissed.

Read our press release to find out more about this misconduct hearing.

PC F outcome (PDF)

PC X

22 March 2022

A misconduct hearing was held for PS X on 21/22 March 2022.

The hearing found PS X had breached standards of professional behaviour and would have been dismissed without notice, if he hadn’t already resigned.

Read our press release to find out more about this misconduct hearing.

PC X outcome (PDF)

DC Hooper

03 March 2022

A misconduct hearing was held for DC Jon Hooper on 3 March 2022.

The hearing, which was held in public, heard how he had breached standards of honesty and integrity; authority, respect and courtesy; and discreditable conduct.

DC Hooper drafted an email and two entries on a crime recording system in which he detailed his grossly inappropriate thoughts about two burglary victims. The email was never sent while the crime recording system entries weren’t published.

In addition, he also sent text messages to two sexual assault victims in which he used swear words to refer to the suspects in their cases.

Chief Constable Sarah Crew dismissed him without notice and he will now be added onto the National College of Policing’s barred list.

CC Crew said: “DC Hooper’s actions were intentional, deliberate and were repeated over a sustained period of time.

“I am determined both the public and fellow officers are left in no doubt that this behaviour has no place in policing and that in Avon and Somerset, we will do all we can to root it out.”

Read our press release to find out more about this misconduct hearing.

DC Hooper outcome (PDF)

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