A police officer serving in Harrow has been dismissed following an assault.
PC Bobby Cooper was dismissed at a conduct hearing on Thursday (September 29) where it was proven he had failed to meet professional standards.
It comes after he was convicted for two counts of assault by beating, one count of criminal damage and one count of malicious communications at Westminster Magistrates' Court on June 10.
Assistant commissioner Helen King, lead for professionalism and chair of the hearing, said: "This officer's convictions are of very particular concern given the high priority the Metropolitan Police Service gives to ensuring victims of domestic abuse know that any report they make will be treated seriously, with sensitivity and compassion.
"PC Cooper's actions undermine the hard work of his colleagues, across the Met, that endeavour to give domestic abuse victims this confidence.
"They are completely incompatible with him remaining a Police Officer. The sanction in this case is dismissal without notice."