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Sgt Priest's hearing delayed again

Posted Tue 17th August 2010 at 16:06

A hearing into the conduct of Alderney's suspended police sergeant has been postponed for a third time.

Sgt James Priest, who was suspended in April for a non-criminal matter, was due to be tried on dates in May, June and August.

The Journal understands the hearing - which will be held in private after Guernsey Police barred the media - will now take place in September.

Guernsey Police's media liaison officer was unavailable for comment.

Guernsey Police's Professional Standards Department began investigating Sgt Priest last October following a complaint by a member of the public.

Sgt Priest has led Alderney Police since January 2009. During his tenure arrests have increased while crime has fallen. He has also introduced neighbourhood policing to the island.

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