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Disciplinary Outcomes

Here you will find a regularly updated list of the outcomes of all cases considered by the Professional Conduct and the Disciplinary Committees (following a change in publications policy with effect from 1st July 2014).

  • Disciplinary Outcomes
  • 2018 (7)
  • 2017 (12)
  • 2016 (30)
  • 2015 (27)
  • 2014 (5)
  • 2013 (7)
  • 2012 (8)
  • 2011 (6)
27 June 2018
The Registrar received evidence that the Registrant had committed a serious breach of professional confidentiality.
Mr Krzysztof Dudzinski of Farnborough, Reg. no: 16498, was found to be in breach of clauses 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.13 and 4.3 of the Code of Conduct by the Disciplinary Committee and was ordered to be suspended from the Register for a period of three months, with immediate effect.
25 June 2018
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant failed to attend two assignments and was fifteen minutes late for another assignment.
The complaint was not referred. The PCC found that, whilst there was a realistic prospect that the DC would find the Registrant to be in breach of clauses 4.7 and 4.8 of the Code of Conduct, the matter was not serious enough to warrant a referral to the DC. The Registrant was strongly advised of his responsibility to attend assignments on the time and date agreed with a Principal.
12 April 2018
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant intervened in Court to offer alternative interpretations to that provided by the Court interpreter.
The complaint was not referred to the DC, as there was insufficient evidence that the alternative interpretations offered by the Registrant had not been at the request of the Court.
27 March 2018
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant had cancelled an afternoon assignment at short notice after a morning Police assignment had overrun. 
The complaint was not referred to the DC. The PCC issued a warning to the Registrant, who was strongly advised to plan for the possibility of Court and Police assignments overrunning.
04 March 2018
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant had cancelled an afternoon assignment at short notice after a morning Court assignment had overrun. 
The complaint was not referred to the DC. The PCC issued a warning to the Registrant, who was strongly advised to allow for the possibility of overruns before accepting other assignments which could be affected.
03 February 2018
The Register received notification from a Registrant that they had received a relevant criminal conviction for dishonesty. 
Mrs Jolita Djaafri of Luton, Reg. no: 13619, was found to be in breach of clauses 3.1 and 3.2 of the Code of Conduct by the Disciplinary Committee and was suspended for a period of 9 months.
06 January 2018
The Register received complaints alleging that the Registrant had accepted assignments in a language other than those which he was registered for, and that furthermore the Registrant had invented the rare language for which he was on the Register. 
The complaint was not referred to the Disciplinary Committee.  The PCC found that there was no realistic prospect of the DC finding that the Registrant had accepted assignments for languages other than those which he was registered for, and that the recognition of languages or dialects by NRPSI for registration was not a matter for the disciplinary procedure.
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