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A Gloucestershire Constabulary officer is due to appear at court charged with offences that include driving police vehicles while disqualified.
PC Miles Caffull, a response officer based in Gloucester, has been charged with three counts of driving while disqualified and three counts of using a motor vehicle without third party insurance.
Collectively the charges cover the period from 26 May 2023 to 16 June 2023 and include the use of police vehicles while on duty.
PC Caffull had been disqualified from driving in May 2023 after receiving 12 points on his licence for speeding offences, but he had not disclosed those offences to the Constabulary.
The 26-year-old will appear at Worcester Magistrates’ Court for a plea hearing tomorrow (Thursday 30 November).
PC Caffull was suspended from duty in June this year, when he disclosed the speeding offences and his disqualification to the Constabulary.
He was charged following an investigation by the Constabulary’s Professional Standards Department and remains subject to ongoing misconduct proceedings.
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