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Fitzpatrick told the panel the C-word “had replaced the F-word as the swear word of choice.”
The hearing in Cwmbran, South Wales, heard Fitzpatrick once arrested a motorist telling him: “You’re driving like a c**t.”
She said: “The officer with me said: ‘Sergeant, you can’t say that’.
“I took a deep breath with my head in my hands, and said, ‘I’m sorry’, to the driver.”
Fitzpatrick also asked another female officer if she “had any cream for thrush” while inside the packed police station.
The hearing was told DC Fitzpatrick’s team was understaffed and was seen as a “difficult shift” to manage.
Colleagues described her as having an “unique sense of humour” and being “crude with her comments”.
In one email from a colleague she was told to “apply the filter occasionally” and admitted using bad language but denied saying it in a demeaning way.
Chief Constable Julian Williams, who is the NPCC lead on ethics, said, “I expect all of our officers to act with integrity, fairness and respect at all times and conduct themselves professionally in all environments.
“If concerns are raised about an officers’ conduct it is right that we look into this.
“All officers should work to the Code of Ethics which sets and defines the standards of behaviour for everyone who works in policing.”