Sentencing data for misconduct in public office for the period 2014-2016

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Dear Judicial Conduct Investigations Office,
I would like to request data regarding prison officers who were sentenced by the courts for misconduct in public office from 2014-2016

Yours faithfully,

nichola heather

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This office investigates the personal conduct of Judicial Office Holders (judges, coroners, magistrates etc) not prison officers.

I have forwarded your FOI to the Data Access Compliance Unit (where all Ministry of Justice and HMCTS FOIs should be sent.

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Dear Ms Heather

 

Please find attached response to your FOI request.

 

Please accept my apologies for the delay in this response

 

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Dear National Offender Management Service,

On 25th January 2017, you wrote;

There is no place for corruption of any kind in the Prison Service, and any allegations of wrongdoing will be passed urgently to the police for investigation.

But this comment is factually incorrect isnt it?

RE: The Prison Warden "R. Evans" (who bought and repaired a property in Bury St Edmunds whilst too disabled to return to his job as Prison Warden) was identified as creating a fake injury whilst working at a prison in Essex.

Whilst he was on "sick leave" he mixed concrete, lay bricks and other heavy manual work whilst claiming disability benefits.

Between September 2008 and September 2012, St Edmundsbury Borough Council, Suffolk Constabulary, DWP and the Prison Service were updated to his fraudulent activities, shown photos and nobody did anything except to serve him an injunction for harassing his former partner.

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