An Indian-origin police officer, who pleaded responsible to harassment in a London courtroom, has been dismissed from Scotland Yard ranks in London for gross misconduct. Ajay Singh, connected to the North Space Primary Command Unit of the Metropolitan Police in London, confronted a misconduct listening to and was discovered to have breached the Requirements of Skilled Behaviour in relation to Discreditable Conduct to the extent of gross misconduct on Tuesday.
Earlier, Singh pleaded responsible to 5 counts of harassment in relation to 5 colleagues – 4 ladies and a person – at Woolwich Crown Court docket in Might. He is because of be sentenced for the crime on September 8.
“The actions of PC [Police Constable] Singh have been reprehensible, significantly given they have been dedicated towards his personal colleagues. His motive for these malicious offences stays unclear, they usually have had a big damaging affect on his victims,” stated Detective Chief Superintendent Treena Fleming, in-charge of native policing in Enfield and Haringey space of London.
“This sort of conduct has no place within the Met and the listening to has rightly decided that PC Singh must be dismissed,” she stated.
Throughout October 2020, an off-duty Singh made a variety of malicious and threatening telephone calls to the man law enforcement officials in query.
All calls have been made out of a withheld quantity. The victims have been subjected to threats, private insults and verbal abuse.
One of many victims reported the matter on October 19 final 12 months and following enquiries by officers, it was established that the telephone used through the offences belonged to Singh. He was arrested later that day earlier than being launched on bail.
On November 16, 2020, he was additional arrested in connection to the offences towards the remaining victims.
Singh was charged in March this 12 months by way of postal requisition and has been suspended from responsibility since October 2020.
After listening to the proof, Misconduct Listening to Chair, Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball, discovered that Singh had breached the Requirements of Skilled Behaviour in respect of Discreditable Conduct and dismissed him with out discover.
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