Police officer facing misconduct charge for swiping coffee during search in Bradford house

A policeman is due to face a misconduct panel over claims he took some coffee during a search in Bradford.

It is alleged that West Yorkshire Police officer PC James Wright searched premises in June 2020 during which he removed a quantity of coffee which he had found.

The officer is due to attend a misconduct hearing on July 26 for allegedly breaching standards of professional behaviour in relation to honesty and integrity, orders and instructions.

The Force said: “On 18th June 2020, in the course of his duties, PC Wright attended at and searched a premises in Bradford.

“It is alleged that during the search the officer removed a quantity of coffee which he had found in the premises.

“The coffee was not required as evidence or for any other policing purpose.

“The coffee was not booked into the property stores or otherwise recorded as having been taken.”

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