A special police constable (SPC) in Hounslow has been dismissed without notice from the force following a misconduct hearing.
SPC Tayyab Hameed faced allegations over a falsely completed housing application during an investigation by the local authority in 2012.
He was taken to Staines County Court for a possession order on April 25, 2016, where the judge ruled against him and a possession order was granted on July 4, 2016.
He was asked to vacate the property by August 1, which he did not do.
The panel found Mr Hameed's case of gross misconduct to be proven against the allegations that he gave inconsistent evidence in court.
As a result the judge ruled against him and that he contravened a court order by not vacating the property.
He was then dismissed without notice following the misconduct hearing last week on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.
Mr Hameed was in breach of the Metropolitan Police Service's (MPS) standards of professional behaviour under honest and integrity, authority, respect and courtesy and discreditable conduct.
Detective Chief Superintendent Matt Gardner Directorate of Professional Standards said: "The MPS expects its personnel to conduct themselves professionally, ethically and with the utmost integrity at all times - not doing so would undermine the trust the public has in their officers.
"This special constable's actions have done just that and therefore given cause for his dismissal."
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