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Bourne special constable with Lincolnshire Police found guilty of gross misconduct after abusive and unjustified attack on man




A former special police constable with Lincolnshire Police who admitted assaulting a person and preventing them from leaving his house was today (Monday, February 3) found guilty of gross misconduct.

Special Constable Scott Wilson, who was based in Bourne, resigned from the force after he received a caution for common assault.

Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Bill Skelly today (Monday, February 3) ruled the behaviour of former special constable Wilson amounted to gross misconduct and said he would have been dismissed from the Force had he not already resigned.


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