West Yorkshire cop’s partner ‘needed hospital treatment in Huddersfield’ as she’s accused of kicking him multiple times

A West Yorkshire police officer is facing dismissal over allegations she kicked her partner which resulted in him needing to visit the A&E department at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.

PC Vicki Silver of West Yorkshire Police is facing a number of allegations which, if proven, could result in her being dismissed from the force.

She is due to face a misconduct hearing between April 22-24 at West Yorkshire Police headquarters in Wakefield where she currently works in the Service Review Team. Details of the allegations have been published by West Yorkshire Police ahead of the hearing.

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It is claimed that PC Silver caused her former partner ‘pain and distress’ with her conduct including an assault and stalking/controlling behaviour.

Her partner, referred to as ‘Mr A’, is said to have made an emergency call to police on October 15, 2022, to report that the officer was shouting and banging on the doors and windows of the house he was living at.

The officer had attended Mr A’s address with their two young children and the children can be heard on the 999 call to be distressed at the officer’s behaviour, according to the misconduct hearing details.

Officers who went to the scene spoke to Mr A who disclosed historic occurrences of assault and stalking/controlling behaviour by the officer, it is alleged.

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In around June 2022, during an argument, the officer kicked Mr A causing injury to his ribs, it is claimed. On June 29, 2022, Mr A attended the A&E department at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary reporting pain to his back, chest and side that had worsened since onset.

“He reported that he had been kicked by his partner multiple times after an argument,” according to the misconduct hearing details posted by West Yorkshire Police.

Mr A also disclosed acts of stalking/controlling behaviour by the officer.

During interview, the officer admitted to placing listening devices around the house to capture Mr A’s conversations, remotely accessing the CCTV at their home address to monitor his movements, and checking Mr A’s mobile phone (including accessing his phone without his knowledge when he had restricted access to his phone with a passcode).

The Force said: “These matters are individually and collectively alleged to amount to gross misconduct, namely a breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour that if proved, is so serious that PC Silver’s dismissal would be justified.”

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