Hello! Need some advice if anyone can help be appreciated! So currently suspended for gross mis-conduct for not following a procedure which I wasn’t even aware was a procedure as had no training relating to it. Anyways, I clocked myself into work @23 via the computer instead of @2 as must’ve mid-clicked was very ill this day with evidence to prove this. However during investigation the evidence wasn’t analysed properly and when he said you clocked in @Eleven I assumed ‘11’ and said I must’ve misclicked and intended to put ‘1’ as this was my intended time to come in that day.. Trying to make sense of it all at the time as to why I’d type in ‘11’ long story short he went onto agree with me.. Not correcting at this point it’s @23 so he asked questions as to why would you clock yourself in @1 if you wasn’t in store till 2. So the whole investigation went forward with as to why I would clock myself in @1. However if he corrected me and said @23 with the evidence sat in front of him I could of said clearly I put @23 instead of @2 easy mid-click... Can they re-investigate me or go by this? I didn’t realise till I got home cleared my head and then realised it says @23 on the paperwork. They’ve basically screwed up this investigation... that I could potentially be losing my job for this week! Alongside this when I reached work all the evidence and CCTV was left on the desk with no-one around, surely this should be locked away? If I felt I was guilty of anything I could of got rid of the evidence... Alongside this my job role was posted up online a couple of weeks before this event, they was aware of the situation before the job role went up but haven't suspended me as of yet as was on parental leave. All the answers I gave during investigation they further investigated getting more fact finding but some of the answers may not of matched up as I was trying to justify why I clocked in @1 so was trying to find out a reason.. All along I did intend to clock in @2 and if the individual said @23 I would of said this and the investigation would of taken a different route possibly in no further action. Is it breach of data protection/confidentiality leaving all the evidence on a desk for anyone to view? Let alone disregard if I did do something wrong. Feel I’ve done nothing wrong intentionally, they put it down to fraud but I didn’t gain anything additional hours by the end of the week! This was all just a mis type on keyboard now can loose my job :,( Just over five years at company with no wrong-doing, I never approved the amended timecard I merely put it on there to make someone aware that I was in that day as wasn’t usual senior manager in as was on holiday. The written statement by the manager who flagged it up I feel is invalid. He asked me what time I started work when he saw me and I said ‘1ish’ he then proceeded to check timecards later in the day and saw it said @23 so he flagged it up.. Now if he was doing timecards surely he would ask for a more pacific time than @1ish.. that could mean 1:15, 1:30, 1:45... I told him I intended to get in at 1ish but my train was late and didn’t get in till 2.. So stressed that I’m going to loose my job! I wasn’t even aware I couldn’t put my own timecard on the system never received training about this... And I’ve only done it once in five years as my senior manager wasn’t in and I wanted whoever was doing timecards to be aware I was in as wasn’t scheduled hours. What’s my chances of this being thrown out or re-investigated if they see that they did in-fact make out is was @11 and didn't correct me throughout. Any responses I’d appreciate it as I’m not in a union so representing myself !