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Chief Constable David Thompson found that PC Hughes had breached professional standards in relation to honesty and integrity and discreditable conduct, amounting to gross misconduct.
A further 22 officers were being investigated under the Criminal Justice and Licensing Act, 13 for perverting the course of justice, eight for discreditable conduct, six for neglect of duty and six for theft.
Osborne and Cameron must think again about tax credits and the equally discreditable measures to force housing associations to allow Write to: Letters, The Journal, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1ED Email: jnl.
While Mr Barton was cleared on two counts regarding honesty and integrity, discreditable conduct and reporting improper conduct, investigators from North Yorkshire Police found there was a case to answer regarding his duties and responsibilities.
Instead he has shown flawed judgment and been found guilty of eight counts of misconduct including two of discreditable conduct.
Instead he has shown flawed judgement and been found guilty of eight counts of misconduct, including two of discreditable conduct.
The act discreditable threat suggests the AICPA does not intend to open the floodgates to frivolous "safeguard" assertions by members.
It is discreditable that the Lebanese system, profoundly known for its leading democracy in the region, to be hosting 'Neighboring Countries of Syria Conference' next September with the continuation of vacuum in residency," Kataeb said.
The three others include the allegation of a discreditable act or condition concerning another, publication of the charge and identity of the person defamed.
But in a letter to the Prime Minister Mr Dugher insisted: "A proper investigation must now be carried out on your behalf to determine whether Mr Shapps has been guilty either of a crime or of discreditable conduct.
Their hearing is due in November where the maximum sanction is dismissal without notice if they are found guilty of the discreditable conduct alleged.
had been involved in negligent or otherwise discreditable business or professional practices with Ezyware between 2005-2010;