Definition of 'misconduct'
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Others are charged instead with misconduct in public office. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He also called for an investigation into possible misconduct in public office. The Sun (2016)Conspiracy to cause misconduct in public office is almost impossible to define. The Sun (2016)She was found guilty of gross misconduct but an independent panel recommended she get a final written warning. The Sun (2016)The 52-year-old admitted a charge of misconduct and apologised unreservedly for his actions. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He will appear before a police misconduct hearing in Sheffield next week accused of gross misconduct. The Sun (2017)Four of the five may also face gross misconduct hearings over honesty and integrity, and one for use of force. The Sun (2016)He has been hit with an FA misconduct charge over the episode. The Sun (2016)It said:'This incident in isolation did not reach the threshold for serious misconduct. The Sun (2016)Three others also face a probe over gross misconduct allegations. The Sun (2014)She was last night being quizzed over alleged misconduct in public office. The Sun (2009)It will decide whether his behaviour was misconduct. The Sun (2012)Yesterday he admitted eight charges of misconduct in public office. The Sun (2010)They still face charges of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But research misconduct is a serious matter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The others were dismissed for gross misconduct. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She denies misconduct in public office and false representation. The Sun (2009)He denies misconduct charges involving five women. The Sun (2016)He is said to have been suspended on suspicion of committing serious misconduct. The Sun (2015)He was interviewed on suspicion of misconduct in a public office and gross misconduct. The Sun (2012)He denies conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Numerous former and serving officers will have to confront their consciences and the threat of misconduct charges and criminal action. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They leak about serious misconduct by politicians, officials and businessmen. The Sun (2013)In my experience, the natural line is the investigation of serious misconduct. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It will now decide whether such behaviour amounts to misconduct and, if so, what penalties to apply. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: misconduct NOUN
Misconduct is bad or unacceptable behaviour, especially by a professional person.
A psychologist was found guilty of serious professional misconduct yesterday.
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