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Police officer accused of racist remarks against black men claims ‘words were twisted’ by another colleagueThe hearing into the conduct of PC Rodger White heard evidence from numerous police officersGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA police officer facing the sack over alleged racist comments claimed his words had been twisted by another colleague to ‘tarnish his credibility’, a disciplinary meeting has been told.PC Rodger White, of Cambridgeshire police, faces a disciplinary panel this week after it was alleged he made the remarks at Brampton Hut Services on the A14 near Huntingdon.The officer was on duty with Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Roads Policing Team when the alleged remarks were made after stopping a young black male driver who was speeding.A police document released ahead of the hearing said: “It is alleged that on 15 November 2015, whilst on duty with the Road Policing Team, you were taking a refreshment break at the Brampton Hut Services with your colleagues and, whilst discussing the stop of an uninsured driver that you had conducted earlier on the shift, made a comment to the effect that: ‘At the end of the day if they are black and from London I will fingerprint them, as you know what they are like, all lying b.'”It is alleged that this matter amounts to Gross Misconduct, namely a breach of the standards of Professional Behaviour that, if proved, is so serious that your dismissal would be justified.”The hearing, which began today in The Oakley Suite at Wyboston Lakes Conference Centre, is due to last three days.As it happened: Police hearing over PC alleged racist commentsPc James Styles from the Cambs, Beds and Herts Roads Policing Unit was the first witness to give evidence and said PC White did make the comments alleged against him.PC Styles said: “I was taken aback, it was massively out of character.”It was so early in the morning I wondered if the words had sounded different in his head.”I have never heard him say or do anything racist before this. He has always been fair and professional.”PC Lee PC Morpath said he heard PC White say something along the lines of ‘lying bds’ but his mind was elsewhere.PC Paul Hodgson told the panel: “I was stunned that he said it but thought it was down to frustration about the stop check more than anything else.Officer Hodgson was asked if PC White had ever said anything racist towards members of the public.He replied: “Quite the contrary; it’s the offence that PC White looks at, not the person [who has committed it].”There was one incident on the A1 where an Asian man was stopped and was literally ranting about racism. PC White was the calmest one of all of us there.”Police officer accused of saying black people from London are all b PC John Mayer, who was next to give evidence, said PC White said he would ‘always fingerprint black men from London as they lie’.However, he added: “I have never seen him [PC White] treat anybody differently due to the colour of their skin or ethnicity.”In the afternoon, PC Rodger White then took to the witness seat.PC White claimed that on the day of this incident, he said: “The black lads from London I have stopped and fingerprinted were all lying bds’.He claimed this was a ‘factual statement’ he said the four black males he had stopped from London had been fingerprint ID’d and all four had been lying..