A Humberside Police staff member was given a final written warning after a fight with a member of the public while on duty.
27 SEPTEMBER 2015 | BY GRIMSBY TELEGRAPH FOR GRIMSBY TELEGRAPH
The unnamed staff member was given the warning following a misconduct hearing on August 11, although full details have not been released by the force.
Another staff member was dismissed from the force for drink driving and trying to blame someone else, back in July.
Earlier this year, two police officers were disciplined for using excessive force while another was warned about having an inappropriate relationship with a woman.
A police staff member was also sacked for numerous driving offences and then lying about them.
A sergeant and a constable were given final written warnings, following a hearing in January, for excessive use of force and discreditable conduct.
Meanwhile, a police staff member was dismissed because the number of traffic offences they committed amounted to discreditable conduct.
The employee also breached the honesty and integrity code after lying to bosses about the offences.
A police spokeswoman said: “As part of Humberside Police transparency, we publish outcomes of all misconduct hearings.”
Humberside Police hopes publishing the misconduct offences on its website will increase public confidence in the force.
The information was previously only available on request.
Visit www.humberside.police.uk to view the misconduct hearings list.