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Essex Fire Chief dismissed from job

Politics / Sun 30th Apr 2017 at 10:56am

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THE chief fire officer for Essex has been dismissed from his job with immediate effect.

David Johnson was suspended from his role as Essex’s chief fire officer in April 2015.

A confidential Essex Fire Authority report showed Mr Johnson had faced 10 allegations but found no evidence of “misconduct or gross misconduct”.

No reason for the sacking has been given by Essex County Fire and Rescue.

Essex Fire Authority chairman Anthony Hedley said: “With immediate effect, today David Johnson has been dismissed as Chief Fire Officer for Essex County Fire and Rescue Service.
“This dismissal follows a robust process in compliance with the law in relation to statutory officers.”

Mr Johnson said he had not yet been informed of the dismissal and said he now planned to take legal action against the authority.

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1 Comment for Essex Fire Chief dismissed from job:

jarrett
2017-05-03 14:57:25

Suspended for 2 years,what on full pay no doubt,us as council tax payers are being taken for complete and utter mugs.

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