Staff who fail re-vetting can also be sacked under UK government reforms of disciplinary system

Police officers found guilty of gross misconduct face automatic dismissal while all staff who fail vetting can be sacked, under new government reforms of the disciplinary system.

The measures are an attempt to restore the public’s faith in policing in the wake of numerous controversies including serving firearms officer Wayne Couzens being convicted of the kidnap, rape and murder of Sarah Everard.

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