Ex-police chief awaiting assault sentence.
A FORMER high-ranking North Wales Police officer is due in court next week to be sentenced for assault and two other offences.
Rob Kirman, a former superintendent, committed a public order offence, common assault and criminally damaged property.
Although he no longer works for the police, an internal investigation continues and a misconduct hearing is due to take place next month.
On Monday he is due before magistrates for sentence having pleaded guilty to the offences, committed while he was off-duty on Saturday, August 12 last year.
North Wales Police Assistant Chief Constable Richard Debicki said: "I can confirm that former North Wales Police Superintendent Rob Kirman will be appearing before Mold Magistrates' Court on Monday, February 19, for sentencing, having already pleaded guilty to a public order offence, a criminal damage offence and common assault. "As well as the criminal investigation, North Wales Police also conducted an internal misconduct investigation, and although the officer has already resigned from the force, a public misconduct hearing will take place at Colwyn Bay, on March 1."
North Wales Police will issue a fuller statement once court proceedings have concluded.
Ex-Supt Rob Kirman
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Feb 14, 2018|
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