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In his judgment DCC Lewis said: "South Wales Police expects its officers to act with honesty, to act with integrity, and not to engage in conduct which is discreditable and brings the force into disrepute.
The hearing found that Simpson's conviction amounted to "gross misconduct, namely discreditable conduct".
Simon Byrne was suspended from the top role at Cheshire Constabulary last year, after being accused of breaching standards of professional behaviour in respect of authority, respect and courtesy and discreditable conduct.
The businessman - whose identity remains shrouded in mystery - is accused of "discreditable conduct".
The businessman, whose identity remains shrouded in mystery, is accused of "discreditable conduct".
Semrau was dismissed the service for "discreditable conduct".
Simon Byrne, who was suspended as chief constable of Cheshire Police last year and whose fixed-term contract has now expired, is accused of gross misconduct for breaching standards of professional behaviour in respect of authority, respect and courtesy and discreditable conduct.
The behind-closed-doors meetingfound the staff member had engaged in "discreditable conduct".
"This is said to bea breach of the standards of professional behaviour,in particular honesty and integrity and discreditable conduct."
However, the officer was hauled before superiors over allegations of discreditable conduct and disobeying orders and instructions.
'Nine officers were dismissed for offences ranging from discreditable conduct, corrupt practices, disobedience to lawful order and falsehood.