Accelerated Misconduct Hearing

Start Date

Finish Date

Date    
21 October 2021
 

Time    
14:30
 

Venue    
West Midlands Police Headquarters, Lloyd House, Colmore Circus Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6NQ (Sat Nav B4 6AT)
 

Officer      
PC 20939 HULLAND
 

Conduct that gave rise to breaches
On 12 March 2021 whilst off duty PC Hulland was arrested for Theft.  
On 12 July 2021 the officer appeared before Birmingham Magistrates Courts and was found guilty of the offence. 
Standards of Professional Behaviour breached    
Discreditable Conduct

Chair    
Chief Constable Thompson

Conditions placed by the Chair

In accordance with the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2020 (as amended) the outcome will also be published.

Search Regime and Identification

As a strict condition of entry, you will be required to sign in but not produce photographic identification.

Please do not bring any large bags with you. Sharp objects or blades will not be permitted. West Midlands Police will retain the authority to seize any article found which may cause harm to any person. You will be escorted to a room at the start of the hearing by a member of staff and you will not be permitted in the hearing room. Attendance at the hearing will be via a Skype link from another room at Lloyd House due to there been a set number of persons permitted in a room in accordance with coronavirus restrictions of the building.

If at any time you wish to leave Lloyd House you may do so but you will need to be escorted by a member of staff from West Midlands Police.

View the full conditions of entry.

West Midlands Police Misconduct Hearing

Start Date

Finish Date

Date 
21, 22, 26-29 October 2021

Time    
10:00

Venue    
West Midlands Police Headquarters, Lloyd House, Colmore Circus Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6NQ (Sat Nav B4 6AT)

Officer    
PS 1043 Uddin

Standards of Professional Behaviour breached    
Equality and Diversity
Authority, Respect and Courtesy
Discreditable Conduct

Conduct that gave rise to breaches
It is alleged that whilst on duty PS Uddin has made various comments which are derogatory to women.  In one instance a comment was also racially derogatory. The officer’s behaviour has been repeated over a period of time and has involved a number of female colleagues, some of whom were subordinate to him.

Legally Qualified Chair    
Mr Colin Phillips

 

Conditions placed by the Chair

In accordance with the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2012 (as amended) the outcome will also be published.

Search Regime and Identification

As a strict condition of entry, you will be required to sign in but not produce photographic identification.

Please do not bring any large bags with you. Sharp objects or blades will not be permitted. West Midlands Police will retain the authority to seize any article found which may cause harm to any person. You will be escorted to a room at the start of the hearing by a member of staff and you will not be permitted in the hearing room. Attendance at the hearing will be via a Skype link from another room at Lloyd House due to there been a set number of persons permitted in a room in accordance with coronavirus restrictions of the building.

If at any time you wish to leave Lloyd House you may do so but you will need to be escorted by a member of staff from West Midlands Police.

View the full conditions of entry.

Former Officer - Accelerated Misconduct Hearing

Start Date

Finish Date

Date    
21 October 2021

Time    
14:00

Venue    
West Midlands Police Headquarters, Lloyd House, Colmore Circus Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6NQ (Sat Nav B4 6AT)

Former Officer     
PC 9701 WARD-TTIKKIROU

Conduct that gave rise to breaches
Over a 5 year period PC Ward-Ttikkirou repeatedly undertook multiple searches of people and addresses linked to him on West Midlands Police Intelligence systems. These searches were not relevant to his policing duties and were not for a legitimate policing purpose. 

Standards of Professional Behaviour breached    
Confidentiality and Discreditable Conduct

Chair    
Chief Constable Thompson

Conditions placed by the Chair

In accordance with the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2020 (as amended) the outcome will also be published.

Search Regime and Identification

As a strict condition of entry, you will be required to sign in but not produce photographic identification.

Please do not bring any large bags with you. Sharp objects or blades will not be permitted. West Midlands Police will retain the authority to seize any article found which may cause harm to any person. You will be escorted to a room at the start of the hearing by a member of staff and you will not be permitted in the hearing room. Attendance at the hearing will be via a Skype link from another room at Lloyd House due to there been a set number of persons permitted in a room in accordance with coronavirus restrictions of the building.

If at any time you wish to leave Lloyd House you may do so but you will need to be escorted by a member of staff from West Midlands Police.

View the full conditions of entry.

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