No further action against officers accused of gross misconduct arising from a death in custody

Stephen Mooney represented one of three officers accused of gross misconduct arising from a death in custody at Bridgwater Custody Centre in December 2014. Following a four-day hearing at Police Headquarters Portishead, an independent panel found that any failings amounted to simple rather than gross misconduct and took no further action against any of the officers. Stephen was instructed by Mr Nick Kelcey of Kelcey and Hall Solicitors acting on behalf of the Police Federation. Further details can be found here.

Practice Areas: 
Disciplinary
Inquest