North Yorkshire's Chief Constable has admitted disreputable conduct, the BBC has learned.
It follows allegations that Grahame Maxwell helped a relative gain unfair advantage in a police recruitment campaign.
He is thought to be the first chief constable to face gross misconduct charges in more than 30 years. A misconduct charge was upheld against Mr Maxwell's deputy, Adam Briggs. He has since retired. Two civilian staff were sacked and a police constable was given a final written warning.
My comment: Looks like he developed a culture of disreputable conduct if others were involved.
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UPDATE 10/5/11: North Yorkshire Police's chief constable has been given a final written warning after admitting disreputable conduct.
My comment: Staff sacked but the man in charge only warned, WHY?
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