PC Martin Wright attacked the officers at an address in Surrey, said the Met, leaving one with injuries to his wrist and neck, and the other with marks to his neck.
The 39-year-old admitted one charge of assaulting a police officer and was found guilty of a second count of the same offence, which he had denied.
He was sentenced at Guildford Magistrates' Court on Tuesday (August 16) to a 12-month community order, including 25 days' rehabilitation.
Wright had also been accused of domestic assault, which he denied, but no evidence was offered at court in relation to this charge.
'It is the duty of police to protect from harm, not to seek to cause it'
Detective Chief Superintendent Matt Gardner, Operational Command Unit Commander of the Directorate of Professional Standards, said: "It is the duty of police to protect from harm, not to seek to cause it.
"It is deeply saddening that PC Wright behaved as he did - especially as someone who knows better than most of the challenges officers face when dealing with suspects."
The Metropolitan Police Service said officers were called to a report of domestic assault at an address in Surrey on Sunday March 27.
It said Wright had assaulted two constables while they were making their enquiries.
He initially appeared at Redhill Magistrates' Court on June 23, when he pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting a police officer but denied domestic assault and a second count of assaulting a police officer.
He appeared before magistrates in Guildford last Friday (August 12), where he was found guilty of the second count of assaulting a police officer, while no evidence was offered on the other charge.
As well as being handed a community order, he was ordered to pay £620 in court costs, an £85 victim surcharge and £100 compensation to each of the PCs involved.
Wright has been suspended from duty and police said a misconduct review will now take place.