A former Thames Valley Police officer who has been accused of “acting inappropriately” towards woman is to undergo a public misconduct hearing this week.

Former Police Constable Mark Gibson has been charged with breaching the force’s standards of professional behaviour.

It is alleged that former PC Gibson acted “inappropriately” towards two women during a visit to an address.

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Former PC Gibson, who was based in Milton Keynes, is also accused of seizing and disposing of cannabis without making a formal record of it.

If these allegations are proven, former PC Gibson would be considered to have committed gross misconduct, for which dismissal as a police officer is justified.

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The misconduct hearing is due to take place on Wednesday 13 October and Thursday 14 October at the Thames Valley Police headquarters in Kidlington, Oxfordshire.

The hearing will take place in front of legally qualified chairperson, Jane Jones.

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