South Yorkshire police officer who called colleague ‘sweetcheeks’ keeps his job

A police officer who bombarded a female officer with questions about her underwear has kept his job – despite being found guilty of gross misconduct.

Sergeant Jeremy Fitzgibbons, 47, broke down in tears after a disciplinary panel told him he would be able to stay in the police force after making smutty comments to a fellow officer.

The officer admitted asking his colleague, who was referred to throughout the hearing as Officer A, on a weekly basis what she was wearing and repeatedly asked if she was wearing a black thong and called her ‘sweetcheeks’.

Read more at: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/crime/south-yorkshire-police-officer-who-called-colleague-sweetcheeks-keeps-his-job-1-8343312

South Yorkshire police officer found guilty of gross misconduct – but keeps his job

A South Yorkshire police officer who bombarded a female colleague with questions about her underwear has kept his job – despite being found guilty of gross misconduct.

Sergeant Jeremy Fitzgibbons, aged 47, who was based at Doncaster at the time, broke down in tears when a disciplinary panel told him he could keep his job.

During a hearing in Sheffield, the officer admitted asking his colleague, on a weekly basis, what she was wearing and repeatedly asking if she was wearing a black thong.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/south-yorkshire-police-officer-found-guilty-of-gross-misconduct-but-keeps-his-job-1-8344082

See also: https://rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/2017/01/11/yorkshire-police-sergeant-faces-sack-for-calling-colleague-sweetcheeks/

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One Response to South Yorkshire police officer who called colleague ‘sweetcheeks’ keeps his job

  1. Linda Wheeler says:

    “On a weekly basis” …….. Once should be enough , a prompt report to his wife and humiliation before his fellow officers ought to do the trick…… Nip it in the bud I say !!!!!

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