Police Services Act hearing for OPP officer

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Police Services Act hearing for OPP officer

Postby Thomas » Sat Oct 17, 2015 2:13 pm

There’s another Police Services Act hearing beginning Tuesday involving charges against a local police officer.

Northumberland OPP Constable James Orser has been charged with two counts of Discreditable Conduct.

The two-day hearing involves allegations of something improper being written on a provincial offences ticket back in 2008.

Another hearing is set for January regarding allegations that a compromising cellphone video was made of a person in 2011.

Orser is suspended from duty with pay.

Recently, there have been Discreditable Conduct hearings involving an unnamed Central Hastings OPP officer and Belleville police officer, Eric Shorey.

http://www.quintenews.com/2015/10/local ... day/98539/
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OPP officer pleads guilty

Postby Thomas » Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:16 pm

One charge under the Police services Act, against a Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police officer has been dealt with today, another charge is still to be heard.

Northumberland OPP Constable James Orser has pleaded guilty to one count of Discreditable Conduct in that he “acted in a disorderly manner prejudicial to discipline.”

He will forfeit 80 days pay.

The charge specifies that “on or about April 8, 2006, Constable Orser issued a provincial offence notice to someone identified as “M.D.” writing words to the effect “Looking to (sic) good to drive a motor vehicle” contrary to section 69 of the Highway Traffic Act.

The charge also says Orser knew or ought to have reasonably known that his behaviour “was unprofessional and discreditable.”

Another hearing is set for Orser in January regarding allegations that a compromising cellphone video was made of a person in 2011.

Orser is suspended from duty with pay.

Recently, there have been Discreditable Conduct hearings involving an unnamed Central Hastings OPP officer and Belleville police officer, Eric Shorey.

http://www.quintenews.com/2015/10/opp-o ... lty/98859/
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Disciplinary hearing adjourned

Postby Thomas » Wed Jan 20, 2016 4:28 pm

A Police Act hearing involving a discreditable conduct charge against a Northumberland OPP officer has been postponed to a later date.

Constable James Orser was to be the subject of a hearing starting this Monday, but the matter has been adjourned until April 11th.

Constable Orser has been charged with Discreditable Conduct after an incident involving a compromising cell phone video made of a person.

The OPP will try to have Constable Orser dismissed.

Recently, Orser was docked 80 hours pay after pleading guilty to writing inappropriate comments on a ticket.

He is suspended from duty, with pay.

http://www.quintenews.com/2016/01/disci ... ed/105768/
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CONSTABLE PLEADS GUILTY TO DISCREDITABLE CONDUCT

Postby Thomas » Tue Apr 12, 2016 11:20 am

Northumberland OPP officer, Constable James Orser pleaded guilty Monday to Discreditable Conduct at a Police Services Act hearing in Orillia.

The charge stems from a compromising cellphone video Orser made in 2011 of a person and then shared with other OPP officers.

Sentencing submissions will be made May 2 and May 4.

Recently, Constable Orser was docked 80 hours hours pay after writing inappropriate comments on a ticket in 2008.

The OPP is moving to have Orser, who is suspended from duty, with pay, dismissed from the organization.

http://www.quintenews.com/2016/04/const ... -2/113755/
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