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Scots carer struck off following prolonged rap sheet – together with incident that noticed him break bail situations to assault girl

A SCOTS carer has been struck off after being discovered responsible of a prolonged rap sheet of offences, together with breaking his bail situations to assault a lady in a frenzied assault.

Benjamin Semple was convicted of a number of offences relationship between July 2021 and January 2022, which have been highlighted throughout his employment at Lancefield Care Residence in Johnstone, Renfrewshire.

Pictured: Lancefield Care Residence in Johnstone, Renfrewshire. (C) Google Maps.

The disgraced care assistant was discovered to have been convicted of three offences in January 2022 at Paisley Sheriff Courtroom, and an extra three offences in August of that 12 months at Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom.

Semple’s case at Paisley Sheriff Courtroom discovered him convicted of breaking his bail situations – which noticed him ordered to not contact or method an unnamed girl – to launch a tirade of abuse at her.

Semple, from Johnstone, visited the nameless girl, unleashing a barrage of abuse and racial remarks, earlier than threatening her with violence.

Semple then brandished a knife, chopping himself with it and smearing his blood on the partitions earlier than occurring to ransack the deal with and combating law enforcement officials who arrived on the scene.

Semple was later convicted at Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom of approaching the lady in July 2021 and assaulting her by seizing her by the throat, throwing a bottle at her and kicking her.

He later approached a taxi driver and repeatedly requested him to run him over, earlier than slamming his head towards the door of the taxi and kicking its wing mirror off.

Regardless of the six convictions, Semple additional didn’t notify care watchdog the Scottish Social Companies Council (SSSC) of those, resulting in a listening to to think about his health to practise.

The SSSC’s full report reads “You will have been convicted of the assault of [information redacted] on a number of events and of wilfully and recklessly damaging property and this was aggravated by the truth that you breached bail situations.

“Your convictions present a disregard for the legislation and falls far beneath the usual of conduct anticipated of an individual registered with the SSSC.

“Your convictions have the potential to adversely have an effect on the general public’s belief and confidence within the career.

“Your behaviour was violent and was not an remoted incident.

“It positioned AA and BB vulnerable to bodily and emotional hurt and is incompatible with skilled registration and violates basic values of the social companies career.

“This isn’t behaviour that may be anticipated from an individual registered with the SSSC and dangers bringing into disrepute the social companies career.

“You didn’t declare the felony proceedings to the SSSC. By taking steps to hide your wrongdoing, we contemplate this to be extremely regarding.

“Your behaviour is severe, and the chance of repetition stays excessive. Your behaviour was not remoted and demonstrated a sample of behaviour.”

The panel agreed that Semple confirmed little regret for his actions.

They acknowledged: “You didn’t recognise the results of your behaviour and the direct
hurt your behaviour was prone to have on the people concerned

“Your behaviour was severe and violent and demonstrated a lack of self-control.

“Your behaviour is severe, and the chance of repetition stays excessive. Your behaviour was not remoted and demonstrated a sample of behaviour.”

The panel concluded {that a} elimination was probably the most acceptable sanction, stating: “You acted in a violent method leading to a conviction.

“A situation wouldn’t be acceptable as a result of the character of the behaviour is indicative of attitudinal and values points.

“There are not any situations that may deal with this behaviour and shield the general public. Consequently, this isn’t an acceptable sanction.

“A warning plus situations wouldn’t be acceptable because of the causes outlined above.

“A suspension order wouldn’t be acceptable as your behaviour and the impairment of your health to follow is basically incompatible with persevering with registration.

“The behaviour is severe, and we’ve considerations about your underlying values, a suspension wouldn’t have the ability to deal with these considerations.

“Moreover, permitting you to stay on the register albeit suspended would critically undermine the integrity of the register and the general public’s willingness to put belief and confidence within the career.

“A suspension order wouldn’t be adequate to adequately deal with the general public curiosity considerations on this case.

“The SSSC considers a elimination order is probably the most acceptable sanction as it’s each crucial and justified within the public curiosity and to take care of the persevering with belief and confidence within the social service career and the SSSC because the regulator of the career.”

A spokesperson for Lancefield Care Residence stated as we speak: “[Benjamin Semple] now not works right here and hasn’t executed for over a 12 months.

“He now not has any reference to Lancefield Care Residence.”