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# Misconduct

This year
Almost 10% of respondents to post-primary survey say they experienced unwanted sexual attention by a teacher
Sexist harassment by a teacher was the most commonly experienced form of misconduct experienced by Irish post-primary pupils.
Johnny Sexton faces anxious wait after lengthy disciplinary hearing
The Ireland captain faced a disciplinary hearing that lasted the entire day.
Last year
British Labour MP resigns after complaints of sexual misconduct upheld
Matheson, who denied the allegations, was already facing a four-week suspension
Kevin Spacey faces civil lawsuit over sexual misconduct claim
Rapp claims that during a 1986 party, Spacey lifted him up, and that his hand ‘grazed’ his buttocks while doing so
All time
Wembley murders officers jailed over ‘shameful’ WhatsApp images
Deniz Jaffer and Jamie Lewis took photos of the scene they were assigned to guard after sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were found dead.
'Let's put World Rugby on trial' - Sharks owner vows to defend Rassie
Marco Masotti says he has ‘a team of New York lawyers’ ready to support Erasmus.
Gerrard accepts one-match ban as Morelos booking is rescinded
The decision leaves Gerrard free to take his place in the Celtic Park dugout later this month.
Doctor who falsified records to blame midwife for stillbirth charged with professional misconduct
The doctor is suspended from practising in the Republic of Ireland.
Police officers to be investigated after being accused of racial profiling by Bianca Williams
The Team GB sprinter and her partner were stopped while travelling with their baby in London in July.
Saunders has suspension lifted but fined for domestic violence 'advice' video
The British boxer admitted it was a ‘silly mistake’, while promoter Eddie Hearn described his actions as ‘idiotic’.
Harvey Weinstein reaches $25 million settlement with dozens of women
Weinstein will not have to admit wrongdoing and the money will be paid by insurers for his former studio.
Bernardo Silva charged by FA over tweet about Man City team-mate Mendy
The Portuguese attacking midfielder could be looking at a six-match ban after this morning’s ruling.
Trump defends Justice Brett Kavanaugh as he faces fresh sexual misconduct allegations
A former Yale classmate of Kavanaugh alleged that the jurist exposed himself at a freshman year party.
Huddersfield charged with misconduct following Paddy Power fake kit stunt
The Terriers’ hoax home shirt revealed last month has led the FA to take action.
Everton defender charged by FA for breaking betting rules
Colombian international Yerry Mina is understood to have featured in an advertisement for a betting company in his homeland.
Police officers who responded to fatal crush at teen disco being investigated for alleged misconduct
Three teenagers were killed in a queue for a disco at the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown on St Patrick’s Day.
Sarri charged with misconduct following sending-off against Burnley
With only three games of the season remaining, the Italian could be hit with a touchline ban for his behaviour on Monday night.
Paul Scholes charged after allegedly placing 140 football bets over 3-year period
The ex-Man United and England midfielder has until 26 April to respond.
Garda facing dismissal over alleged involvement in video of sexual nature that was posted online
In the video that was shared widely, a man in a garda uniform can be seen engaging in sexual activity with a woman.
Orange Is The New Black actress accuses Geoffrey Rush of inappropriate behaviour
Actress Yael Stone told The New York Times that Rush had danced naked in front of her in their dressing room.
CBS boss leaves TV station following sexual harassment allegations
Leslie Moonves was one of the most respected executives in Hollywood until he was publicly accused earlier this year.
Teaching Council correct to remove teacher who ordered girls to tape their own mouths from register
The High Court made its ruling today.
Defence Forces officer launches court challenge over report into corruption allegations
A report into the allegations made by Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Lane has not been published.
Scottish Labour interim leader steps down over misconduct claims
The announcement follows claims that Rowley sent abusive text messages to a former partner.
First 'fitness to teach' hearing due to take place next week
About 25 complaints are currently being considered by the Teaching Council.
Garda allegedly shared video of woman's arrest on WhatsApp days before she took her own life
The video was subsequently shared on Facebook and was viewed over 100,000 times.
Manchester City fined and warned on future conduct after breach of FA anti-doping regulations
They have been warned on future conduct.
Solicitor guilty of misconduct for threatening to destroy clients' files
The files related to a Louth couple’s High Court action over the 1999 death of their 16-year-old son.
Chicago police officer pleads not guilty to murder of black teen who was shot 16 times
The incident occurred in 2014 and led to protests in Chicago.
Over 5,000 allegations and one garda dismissed: A look at GSOC's 'most turbulent year'
One in three complaints made last year related to abuse of authority.
Woman charged over attempt to identify people under PSNI witness protection
The 32-year-old woman worked for the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
Bullied: Your stories of bullying in the workplace
We asked and you told us. Here are some of your experiences of bullying in the workplace.
Taoiseach: We'll be making a formal decision on Guerin today
New Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald is expected to bring a memo on the issue to Cabinet.
So what's in the chapters of the Guerin Report that led to Alan Shatter resigning?
The Guerin report notes that Alan Shatter did what Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan sugested, “without that advice being questioned or analysed”.
Bank admits tax 'misconduct', but blames employees
Switzerland’s second largest bank, Credit Suisse, said management was unaware of any wrongdoing.
Here's what we know about the cases in the garda whistleblower files
The government has said alleged garda misconduct in these cases will be looked into.
VIDEO: Polish player goes ballistic over line call at Aussie Open
“How many times?!”
Roberto Martinez fined £10k for Old Trafford comments
The Wigan manager was critical about referee Michael Oliver’s performance during the 4-0 defeat against Manchester United last month.
Two PSNI officers arrested following 'corruption' investigation
Five other officers from the same Co Tyrone team have been repositioned.
US agents 'removed' after Colombian prostitute scandal
Eight agents remain on administrative leave over scandal which emerged ahead of President Obama’s visit to Colombia.