North Yorkshire Police officer faces misconduct hearing over alleged relationship with vulnerable woman

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13 Mar 2020 @ 11.08 am
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A North Yorkshire Police officer will face a three-day misconduct hearing later this month.

PC 1101 Shawn Jagger will answer allegations of gross misconduct at the hearing.

It is alleged that PC Jagger met a vulnerable female after she reported an incident of domestic violence via 999 on 4 February 2017.

It is alleged PC Jagger then commenced an emotional and sexual relationship with the vulnerable female between 4 February 2017 and 9 November 2017, and the conduct breached the standards of professional behaviour relating to discreditable conduct and amounts to gross misconduct.

PC Jagger also faces a misconduct allegation.

It is alleged on or around 23 August 2016, PC Jagger completed the North Yorkshire Police vetting application, prior to transferring from Thames Valley Police, and failed to disclose details of his partner.

If this conduct is found to breach the police’s standards of professional behaviour relating to honesty and integrity and it would amount to misconduct.

The hearing takes place between 23 and 25 March at North Yorkshire Police headquarters in Northallerton.

The public are able to attend, but must register in advance. More details here.