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Special Case Hearing – Special Constable Daniel Glassey (resigned)

Event type:

Gross Misconduct Public Special Case Hearing

Officer:

Special Constable 81175 Daniel Glassey (resigned)

Date and Time:

1pm Tuesday 10th March 2020

Venue:

Cheshire Constabulary Headquarters
Oakmere Road
Winsford
Cheshire
CW7 2UA

Summary:

Gross Misconduct public Special Case Hearing. Special Constable Glassey (resigned) faces an allegation that he breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in relation to Discreditable Conduct.
Between the 31st day of May 2018 and the 1st day of May 2019 at a time when Special Constable Glassey was personally connected to a female he engaged in behaviour towards her that was controlling or coercive and which had a serious effect on her, namely that it caused her to fear, on at least two occasions, that violence would be used against her.

Between the 31st day of March 2019 and the 1st day of August 2019 Special Constable Glassey caused a female to fear that violence would be used against her by his course of conduct which he knew or ought to have known would cause fear of violence to her on each occasion in that he sent threatening text messages between April 2019 and July 2019.

On 21 November 2019 at Chester Crown Court Special Constable Glassey was convicted of the offences of Controlling or Coercive Behaviour in an intimate or family relationship, contrary to section 76 (1) and (11) of the Serious Crime Act 2015 and of putting a person in fear of violence by harassment, contrary to section 4 (1) of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.

In doing so he has behaved in a manner which has brought discredit on the police service and undermined public confidence in policing.

Allegation One

That between the 31st day of May 2018 and the 1st day of May 2019 you engaged in behaviour towards a female that was controlling or coercive and which had a serious effect on her, namely that it caused her to fear, on at least two occasions, that violence would be used against her.

On 21 November 2019 at Chester Crown Court you were convicted of the offence of Controlling or Coercive Behaviour in an intimate or family relationship, contrary to section 76 (1) and (11) of the Serious Crime Act 2015

In doing so you have behaved in a manner which has brought discredit on the police service and undermined public confidence in policing.

Contrary to paragraph 9 of Schedule 2 to the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2012 (Discreditable Conduct)

Allegation Two

That between the 31st day of March 2019 and the 1st day of August 2019 you caused a female to fear that violence would be used against her by your course of conduct which you knew or ought to have known would cause fear of violence to her on each occasion in that you sent threatening text messages between April 2019 and July 2019.

On 21 November 2019 at Chester Crown Court you were convicted of the offence of putting a person in fear of violence by harassment, contrary to section 4 (1) of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.

In doing so you have behaved in a manner which has brought discredit on the police service and undermined public confidence in policing.

Contrary to paragraph 9 of Schedule 2 to the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2012 (Discreditable Conduct)

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