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Policemen hoped to sell seized
The New South Wales Police Integrity Commission has found two Liverpool detectives engaged in police misconduct by seizing drugs and illegal tobacco with the intention of selling them.

Naasser Mohammad Battal and a second officer code-named LP1 were removed from the police force earlier this year when they were charged with a number of offences including theft and corruption.

In a report tabled in parliament the Police Integrity Commission says the pair carried out fake searches of tobacconists where they seized illegal tobacco which they later planned to sell.

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Historic police misconduct hea

THE FIRST ever public police misconduct hearing over the stabbing of a Rugby mum will be held this week.

Brownsover Hall Hotel is bracing itself for the national press as it undergoes the media spotlight as the location for the hearing.

Warwickshire Police PCs Theresa Cottingham and Charlotte Hall both face allegations of misconduct leading to the killing of Colette Lynch in February 2005.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said more should have been done to hear Colette's calls for help days before Percy Wright stabbed her to death outside her home in Garyth Williams Close, Rugby.

As a result of the IPCC investigation in February, they confirmed that it had for the first time used the powers granted under the Police Reform Act 2002 to direct a force to hold a misconduct hearing in public.

The hearing is scheduled to take place from Monday (November 5) to Friday, 10am start.

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