'Special Constable of the Year', Daniel Glassey, jailed for 27 months.

Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Cheshire Constabulary,

A deeply shocking story has appeared in the Daily Mail concerning police officer Daniel Glassey.

“He made threats to throw acid in her face, 'kick her teeth in', burn her house down and get her sacked from her job.

She was physically assaulted, with Glassey spitting at her, pulling her hair, pushing her against a wall and stabbing her in the leg with a pen. He also threatened to rape both of his girlfriends."

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...

The story refers to his being suspended when the allegations were first made against him and that he will be "subject to a fast-track hearing for gross misconduct".

1. Please provide information on the salary arrangements paid to (i) special constables (ii) police officers and (iii) civilian staff suspended in circumstances similar to Mr Glassey's. What payments do they receive from the date of suspension until the outcome of the hearing for gross misconduct?

2. (i) For each of the past five years, please provide the number of individuals working for Cheshire Police who have faced misconduct panels. I have used the word 'individuals' because I am interested in more than simply special constables. (ii) Please provide a breakdown of the figures to show the job titles of all delinquents captured by my request. (iii) Please provide the outcomes of each hearing. (iv) In cases where the panel found that the individual should be dismissed, please provide the date of initial suspension and the date of the panel's dismissal decision in each case.

Yours faithfully,

J Roberts

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There can be quite a difference in the length of suspension before dismissal. For example, from the 9/6/16 to 4/7/16 for one PC, and from the 25/7/18 to 13/5/19 for another.

“ii) 2.21A police officer remains on full pay whilst suspended from duty and all mandatory deductions will continue. Any relevant allowances which the officer is entitled will also continue. It is the officer’s responsibility to stop any voluntary deductions if they wish.”