A police officer has been dismissed from the Metropolitan Police after being convicted of fraud.
Kemal was accused of breaching the Met's standards of professional behaviour in respect of discreditable conduct, at a public special case hearing on Friday (December 1).
The hearing panel found gross misconduct proven and dismissed Kemal without notice.
Kemal did not attend the hearing.
He was arrested in May 2015 after the The Met's Directorate of Professional Standards launched an investigation following a public complaint.
He had offered one of his victims the opportunity to invest money with him, promising sizeable returns.
This money was never returned and the investigation revealed the money was never invested but was instead used by Kemal as personal funds.
The second count of fraud related to the sale of a property abroad which left another victim out of pocket.
Following his conviction, Kemal was sentenced on November 7 to 30 months' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, he must do 200 hours unpaid work and was ordered to pay £1,800 in costs.
During his trial the court heard how he raised £8,000 in compensation for his victims.
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