Police officer sentenced for perverting course of justice
A misconduct hearing is due to take place on 28 October.
Misconduct proceedings conclude involving former officer
Had he still be a serving officer, he would have been dismissed without notice.
Met officer given final written warning after misconduct hearing
The matter was reported to police in October 2020 and immediately investigated by the Met's Directorate of Professional Standards.
Officer dismissed following Special Case Hearing
An officer has been dismissed without notice following a Special Case Hearing.
PC dismissed without notice following misconduct hearing
An officer has been dismissed without notice after misconduct was found proven.
Gross misconduct found against former police constable
A misconduct hearing has found that a former PC's action amounted to gross misconduct.
Officer pleads guilty to voyeurism offences
Detective Inspector Neil Corbel, from the Met’s Continuous Policing Improvement Command, pleaded guilty to 19 counts of voyeurism.
Police officer found guilty of perverting course of justice
He was found guilty following a trial at the Royal Courts of Justice
Serving officer given final written warning
A police officer has been given a final written warning following a misconduct hearing which concluded on Thursday, 26 August
Officer dismissed following the conclusion of misconduct proceedings
It is alleged that at some point between 2011 and 2018, former PC Roberts had conducted an inappropriate relationship with a vulnerable victim of crime that he met in the course of his duties.
Officer given a final written warning
PC Tim Scott, attached to MO19, was found to have breached the standards of professional behaviour in relation to discreditable conduct and honesty and integrity.