Three Hounslow police officers hauled in for a hearing over "use of excessive force" on a member of public has resulted in one being dismissed from the force.
Allegations against Metropolitan Police officer police sergeant Jason Moody were proven to be of gross misconduct, resulting in him being sacked.
The hearing was called in relation to an incident in the area around Hounslow High Street and Bell Road on November 23 2013, where the officers had allegedly used excessive force against a member of the public.
The other two officers, PC Carl Hollman and PC Edwards Griffiths, were proven under misconduct only.
After considering the evidence and mitigation, the panel decided that PC Hollman be given management advice and PC Griffiths' was issued with a written warning, the Met Police said.
The public misconduct hearing concluded on Friday (January 27).
A spokesman for the Met Police said: "Police Sergeant Jason Moody, Police Constable Carl Hollman and Police Constable Edward Griffiths, all based in Hounslow borough each answered allegations that their conduct amounted to a breach of the Metropolitan Police Service's Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of honesty and integrity, use of force, duties and responsibilities, orders and instructions, and discreditable conduct
"After considering the evidence and mitigation the panel decided that PS Moody's allegations were proven as gross misconduct and the allegations against PC's Hollman and Griffiths' were proven as misconduct only.
"PS Moody was dismissed without notice.
"PC Hollman was given management advice and PC Griffiths' was issued a written warning."
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