Scots carer struck off following string of assaults ranging over 15 years – together with bashing man in head with frying pan

A SCOTS carer has been struck off after a string of assaults courting over 15 years – together with one which noticed him bash a person’s head with a frying pan.

Perry Davies was convicted of a number of assaults ranging between 2007 and 2022, which have been highlighted throughout his employment in an Aberdeen housing service.

Pictured: Perry Davies.

The disgraced help employee was discovered to have been convicted of assault to damage on each 29 March 2007 and 11 September 2009.

That is along with an extra assault to damage conviction on 2 July 2012 for an occasion that noticed Davies assault an unnamed man, hanging him concerning the head with a frying pan.

Davies from Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire was additional convicted on 4 July 2013 of two separate 2012 assaults involving a firearm or imitation firearm.

One case noticed Davies chase and assault a lady while brandishing the “firearm”, while one other noticed him assault and try to rob one other man, earlier than hanging him with the firearm or imitation firearm.

Davies was additional convicted in October final 12 months (2022) of one other assault to damage which noticed him beat a person on the pinnacle and physique, forcing him to the bottom.

Davies was convicted for all of the offences on a number of events at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom, resulting in a listening to of care watchdog the Scottish Social Companies Council (SSSC) to contemplate his health to practise.

The SSSC’s full report reads: “On 29 March 2007, at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom, you have been convicted of assault to damage.

“On 11 September 2009, at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom, you have been convicted of assault to damage.

“On 2 July 2012, at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom and magistrate Courtroom, you have been convicted of assault to damage, in that on 1 July 2012 at [information redacted], Aberdeen, you probably did assault [redacted] and did strike him on the pinnacle with a frying pan to his damage.

“On 4 July 2013, at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom and magistrate Courtroom, you have been convicted of two offences, in that you just did:

“A. on 15 July 2012 you probably did assault [redacted], pursue her and brandish a firearm or imitation firearm.

“B. on 15 July 2012 at [information redacted], Aberdeen you and [coaccused] did assault [redacted], seize maintain of him by his clothes, current a knife and a firearm or imitation firearm at him, repeatedly demand cash from him, battle with him, rifle via his pockets and strike him on the pinnacle with the stated firearm or imitation firearm, pursue him and did try to rob him.

“On 10 October 2022, at Aberdeen Sheriff Courtroom and magistrate Courtroom you have been convicted of assault to damage, in that on 30 June 2022, you probably did assault [redacted] and did repeatedly strike him on the pinnacle and physique inflicting him to fall to the bottom to his damage.”

The panel discovered that Davies’ health to observe was impaired, saying: “Social service staff are anticipated to uphold the legislation and should behave in a manner, inside and out of doors of the office, which doesn’t name into query their health to practise.

“Committing plenty of assault offences demonstrates a disregard for the legislation and lack of self management. Your actions resulted in bodily, and certain emotional, hurt to the victims.

“The sample of violent behaviour into account is indicative of an underlying values concern which is essentially incompatible with registration as a social service employee.

“If the behaviour have been to be repeated there can be potential for bodily and emotional hurt to members of the general public elevating important public safety considerations.

“You’ve failed to have interaction with the necessities of the SSSC investigation into your health to practise, subsequently your place isn’t identified.

“Resulting from your lack of perception, regret, and assurances in respect of future behaviour the SSSC can’t be assured that there’s not an ongoing danger of repetition.

“There’s a public curiosity in sustaining belief and confidence within the register and upholding correct requirements of behaviour within the career.

“Your behaviour damages the fame of the career and must be marked as unacceptable.

“There’s a sample of analogous behaviour into account which occurred over a protracted time frame, with the latest offence having been dedicated round 9 months in the past.”

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