neglect of duty

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In pleading guilty to insurance fraud and neglect of duty, Keene admitted to Lipsey that between February and March, while on duty as a police officer, he conspired to defraud an auto insurance carrier by staging a car-deer crash and then filing a false police report of the incident.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Thirteen noncommissioned officers were arrested and an investigation was launched against four others for neglect of duty when contraband whisky and tobacco were found onboard the Turkish warship TCG Bafra, which returned to yzmir after completing its mission in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC), the Star daily reported on Monday.
Richardson, who will earn PS169,000 a year in his new role, faced 13 complaints, consisting of four of neglect of duty, six of wilful or careless falsehood and three of conduct likely to bring discredit.
Even though the force isn't interested in investigating what went on within the apartment, the two face disciplinary charges such as neglect of duty, violation of duty and abandonment of their responsibilities.
Just under half of the complaints blamed officers for incivility, neglect of duty or assaults.
Despite general public disgust at Sir Stuart Bell's persistent neglect of duty, numerous letters in the Gazette from regular contributors and a number of non-Labour councillors, what has actually changed?
These have included a number of Cabinet ministers and a range of other senior officials, on grounds from incompetence to alleged wrongdoing, corruption and neglect of duty.
The list of shame includes 41 accusations of neglect of duty, 26 disciplinary actions over abuse of email or the internet and 15 allegations of inappropriate behaviour over the threeyear period.
The major gripes were about incivility (289), neglect of duty (277) and assault (269).
A LAWYER who specialises in neglect of duty within the police service is the final member to be appointed to the Hillsborough panel.
While the lifeguard did not cause Mr Miles to get into difficulty, his neglect of duty was clearly a major factor in leaving him and potentially others using the pool unnecessarily exposed to risk.
On average six out of 10 complaints alleged either neglect of duty, rudeness and intolerance or common assault.
If there is a failure to operate hygiene standards at the rock-bottom levels suggested by the new rules, then what we are dealing with is highly-paid medical staff who, through neglect of duty, are killing the people they are supposed to be caring for.
Two scathing audits, mounting lawsuits, countless personal testimonies, documented neglect of duty, millions of taxpayers' dollars wasted, double standards, low morale.
An inspector, constable and sergeant from Devon and Cornwall Constabulary all admitted neglect of duty following the death of 33-year-old Rugby woman Davina Rappai in August 1998.