Hallo Hallo Hallo, what ave we here then.

Meet ex serving Themes Vally Police officer Simon Edwards.


Who claimed to have been 3 PARA, Pathfinder, Op Samson Operative, Red Devil and then claimed both 4 Para and 21 SAS Artists…oh and SRR

There was a link to his charge sheet, which has since been removed

http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/misconduct-hearing-police-constable-7097-simon-edwards-monday-28-november-friday-2-december-2016.pdf

The link doesn’t work, but here is the document that it originally pointed to:
Misconduct Hearing – Police Constable 7097 Simon EDWARDS – Monday 28 November – Friday 2 December 2016
A Misconduct hearing will be chaired by Mr Muzamil Khan, Legally Qualified Chair at Thames Valley
Police Headquarters, Kidlington, Oxford OX5 2NX, on 28 November – 2 December 2016 commencing
at 1000 hours.
It is alleged that Police Constable Edwards breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour as set
out in Regulation 3 and the Schedule to the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2012 in respect of ‘Honesty
and Integrity’ and ‘Authority, Respect and Courtesy’ in that:
Allegation 1
1. On the following occasions, when speaking to fellow officers about your military service,
you have not been honest and truthful:
a. On various unknown dates between 2012 and 2016 you had conversations with
PC 2499 Plowright about your military career. During these conversations you
informed PC Plowright that you had served in the Parachute Regiment and the
Pathfinder Platoon, working in Afghanistan and Northern Ireland. This was untrue;
b. On a date unknown at the beginning of December 2015 you attended a ‘Licensed
Search Officer’ course at Sulhamstead Police Training Centre and during the course
you indicated that you had been a member of the Parachute Regiment and the Red
Devils Parachute Display Team. This was untrue;
c. On 6th January 2016 you spoke to PC 6886 Elliott about your military career and
during your conversation you told PC Elliott that you had served in the Parachute
Regiment and had been deployed with the Parachute Regiment in Afghanistan on
‘Op Herrick 6’. This was untrue; and
d. On 9th March 2016 you were on duty at Reading Crown Court with PC 7379 Cahill
when you told him that you had been a ‘Paratrooper’ in the British Army and a
member of the Special Reconnaissance Regiment. This was untrue.
2. Lying to colleagues about your military service was dishonest and disrespectful and was in
breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour, in particular the paragraphs relating to
‘Honesty and Integrity’ and ‘Authority, Respect and Courtesy’. This behaviour was such a
serious breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour that it amounted to gross
misconduct.
Allegation 2
1. On 3rd April 2014 you attended a presentation ceremony with the Chief Constable, during
which you were presented with a Commendation.
2. At that ceremony you wore 6 medals on your police tunic. These medals were:
a. The NATO Medal for Macedonia;
b. The General Service Medal for Northern Ireland;
c. The Operational Service Medal for Iraq;
d. The Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan;
e. The ISAF Medal for Afghanistan; and
f. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
3. The only medal that you were entitled to wear was the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
You had not undertaken tours of duty in Macedonia, Northern Ireland, Iraq or Afghanistan
and you were not entitled to wear these medals.
4. Wearing military medals that you were not entitled to wear was dishonest and
disrespectful and was in breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour, in particular the
paragraphs relating to ‘Honesty and Integrity’ and ‘Authority, Respect and Courtesy’. This
behaviour was such a serious breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour that it
amounted to gross misconduct.
Allegation 3
1. On 19th April 2016 you were on duty and a passenger in a police vehicle being driven by PC
735 Housby.
2. As PC Housby drove along London Road in Slough he exceeded the 30 mph speed limit
and triggered a speed camera.
3. You and PC Housby were both aware that the speed camera had been triggered and you
then used your radio to request a PNC check on the vehicle travelling in front of the police
vehicle, which happened to be a National Grid van. Your motive in conducting this PNC
check was to start constructing a false account whereby PC Housby might be able to avoid
receiving penalty points on his driving licence.
4. You explained to the operator that you wanted a PNC check conducted because the van
had been driving at an excessive speed, but this was untrue because the van had not
noticeably been exceeding the speed limit.
5. In furtherance of your plan to help PC Housby avoid penalty points you then told PC
Housby to stop the van and he did so by illuminating the blue lights on the police vehicle.
6. Once the National Grid van had stopped you went and spoke to the driver and told him
that you had stopped him because of a report that a van had been stolen. This was not true
because the van had only been stopped to assist in your plan to help PC Housby avoid
penalty points.
7. You then used your radio to inform the operator that you had given the van driver words
of advice. This was not true because you did not give the driver words of advice.
8. You also told the operator that the police vehicle had to drive at excess speed to catch up
with the van driver and in doing so had set off a speed camera. This was also not true. PC
Housby had set off the speed camera because he had not been paying sufficient attention to
the road conditions and his speed.
9. You then told PC Housby that he would not get points on his licence because he could say
that he had exceeded the speed limit in order to catch up with a van that had been driving at
an excessive speed.
10. Your plan to assist PC Housby avoid penalty points and the lies you told in order to
further that plan were in breach of the Standards of Professional Behaviour, in particular the
paragraph relating to ‘Honesty and Integrity’. This behaviour was such a serious breach of
the Standards of Professional Behaviour that it amounted to gross misconduct.
Available space will limit numbers of the public attending to 6 people including members of the
press. If you wish to attend you will be required to pre-register by emailing Professional Standards
Department. Anyone who has not pre-registered will not be allowed in the hearing.
No recording or filming of the proceedings is allowed and attendees may be searched prior to entry.
Live Tweeting will be permitted.
Please note there are no parking or refreshment facilities available at police headquarters.

However in short Edwards had been singing shit dits in the rest room about his time in Iraq and Afghan as well as other operational tours with the Parachute Regiment and pathfinders.21 SAS and SRR.

One of his ex girlfriends sent us a picture last night that he claimed to her was him. It’s that walts favourite picture again!! No it’s not him!


She confirmed his tales of dodging bullets in Afghan.


His stories went on and on until Edwards rocked up to an official Police function wearing a rack of medals…medals as follows.

Macedonia
Northern Ireland

Iraq

Afghanistan

Diamond Jubilee

Sadly we don’t have the picture of him wearing his self awarded rack. If anyone has a copy. Please PM us here discretion assured 😉

https://www.facebook.com/The-Walter-Mitty-Hunters-Club-HQ-315222931946839/

His rack caused a few eyebrows to raise and questions to be asked and this is where Simons wheels began to fall off.

Don’t bother trying to search for his Facebook profile


He took it down! You can read the rest here!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-berkshire-38184822

Simon Edwards was based at Slough police station!
A police officer who lied about his military service has been dismissed.

A misconduct hearing was told PC Simon Edwards had boasted to colleagues about having experience in Afghanistan and Northern Ireland.

He also lied about being in the Parachute Regiment and Red Devils parachute display team.

Thames Valley Police said Mr Edwards had been dismissed for gross misconduct and his behaviour “fell far short” of police standards.

‘Affront to armed forces’

Mr Edwards, who worked at Slough police station, was found to have breached conduct regulations over “honesty and integrity and authority, respect and courtesy”.

In April 2014 he attended a commendation presentation ceremony with the chief constable, during which he sported Iraq, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan and Macedonia campaign medals that he was not entitled to wear.

The misconduct hearing was also told he had constructed a false account about an incident in which a police car triggered a speed camera.

Det Ch Supt Tim De Meyer said: “If people are to have trust and confidence in the police then our officers must demonstrate exemplary standards of honesty and integrity.

“PC Edwards’s conduct fell far short of these standards and was an affront to members of the armed forces and to police colleagues.

“His misconduct was reported by his fellow officers which shows that such behaviour is not tolerated in Thames Valley Police.”

Ends
We conducted our own checks.

No P coy pass

No military Parachute Histroy

No hills phase pass 21 SAS

Facts

Served in the Royal Artillery for a short period!

He had not completed any operational tours!

What a Cumper!

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