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Phill Matthews: ‘Our members who went through the process felt that they were kangaroo courts’

Talking crime with Danny Shaw

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Is the police disciplinary process fair on officers? Why do some who are facing allegations seek anonymity? Should chairs of misconduct panels be independent legal experts – or senior police officers?

These were some of the key issues discussed by Phill Matthews, who’s just stepped down after six years as chair of the Police Federation’s conduct and performance sub-committee.

Phill, who served with Nottinghamshire Police for three decades, spoke to Policing TV’s Chief Presenter, Danny Shaw, for the latest edition of ‘Talking Crime’.


Phill Matthews on whistleblowers…

hill Matthews on protecting officers accused of crimes…

Phill Matthews on police misconduct panels..

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