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Conclusion of misconduct hearing

News   •   May 22, 2020 06:35 BST

A misconduct hearing for former Met Special Constable Mohsin Nadeem has concluded.

On 13 June 2019 at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, former MSC Nadeem pleaded guilty and was therefore convicted of fraud by abuse of position.

Between 2016 and 2017 whilst employed as a store manager, MSC Nadeem dishonestly abused his position and acted against the financial interests of his employer intending to make a gain for himself. 

On 12 August 2019 at Southwark Crown Court, former MSC Nadeem was sentenced to four months’ imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. 

He was also required to undertake 150 hours’ unpaid work and 10 days’ rehabilitation activity and also to pay a victim surcharge of £115.

At the time of the offence, MSC Nadeem was a serving special constable with the Metropolitan Police Service.

He resigned and ceased to be an officer as of 14 September 2018.

At a special case hearing on Wednesday, 20 May, it was alleged that former MSC Nadeem had breached the standard of professional behaviour in relation to discreditable conduct.

The panel found that the breach amounted to gross misconduct and concluded that had he still been a serving officer, he would have been dismissed without notice.