Name of the officer concerned: PC James Clayman P254847
Date: 13 - 14 July 2022
Location:Empress State Building, Lille Road, London SW6 1TR
On 25 February 2021 PC James Clayman conducted a PNC (Police National Computer) check on a vehicle and further four PNC driver enquiries. He was shown as self-certified sick on the day in question. There was no justifiable policing purpose for any of the intelligence checks he carried out on MPS systems.
On Monday 1 March 2021 PC Clayman conducted one PNC check on a vehicle. He was on annual leave when the check was conducted and there was no justifiable policing purpose for carrying out the check.
On 2 April 2021, PC Clayman conducted three PNC person checks and a vehicle check. He also conducted one IIP (Integrated Information Platform) check on a vehicle and two further PNC driver enquiry checks. PC Clayman was on a rest day when the checks were conducted and there was no justifiable policing purpose for any of the checks.
It is alleged that in doing so the following Standards of Professional Behaviour have been breached:
Duties and Responsibilities
Honesty and Integrity
The matter set out above is alleged to amount to gross misconduct in that it is so serious as to justify dismissal.
Please note: that the hearing will be held from 0930hrs at Empress State Building, viewing is via video link to a dedicated room at Empress State Building, Lillie Road, SW6 1TR.
The identity of victims and witnesses will be protected during the hearing as appropriate.