A decision has been made in relation to a police officer's use of force during a stop and search.
The allegation made against police constable Damian Catherall followed an incident more than three years ago in December 2014.
PC Catherall, based at Twickenham , was accused of being in breach of the Met's professional behaviour.
It was alleged he had used disproportionate force towards a male during a stop and search in the street on December 19, 2014.
The officer attended a public misconduct hearing on Monday (February 12).
However after hearing all the evidence, a panel found the allegation not proven and PC Catherall was cleared of gross misconduct on Wednesday (February 14).
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