Date set for West Yorkshire Chief Constable’s High Court hearing

West Yorkshire’s former Chief Constable and the county’s crime commissioner are set to face each other at the High Court in the latest stage of the legal dispute over the senior officer’s departure from the force.

Mark Gilmore, who retired from policing last summer, has applied for a judicial review into what he says was the “continuing failure” of Mark Burns-Williamson to decide whether he has a case to answer for misconduct.

Leave to apply has now been granted by the Administrative Court, meaning a two-day hearing will take place at the Royal Courts of Justice from November 1.

Read on… http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/crime/date-set-for-west-yorkshire-chief-constable-s-high-court-hearing-1-8675081

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One Response to Date set for West Yorkshire Chief Constable’s High Court hearing

  1. Xinsider says:

    Would it be a reasonable assumption that the PCC is not a member of the “funny handshake” brigade ??

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