Shamed officers dismissed without notice over gross misconduct – including assaulting a member of the public and sending a indecent image of a kid to a sex offender.
They are the four officers barred from West Midlands Police after being found guilty of gross misconduct within just a month.
Their offences range from sending an indecent image of a young girl to a sex offender to displaying an expired blue badge in a disabled parking bay.
PC Graham Sharrard was the latest to be added to the ‘barred’ register during a misconduct hearing this week after using cancelled disabled permit.
The former officer would have been sacked, had he not already retired following a criminal conviction for the offence in Bennett’s Hill, Birmingham city centre.
Just weeks before, PC Nadir Shah was dismissed without notice for striking a member of the public across the face in an off-duty dispute.
A third disgraced officer, who the police refused to name, resigned after it was discovered he sent an indecent image of a young girl to a convicted sex offender.
It was also alleged the officer set up a Snapchat account so he could contact girls aged between 14 and 16.
And in January, widowed police officer PC Naomi Harman-Burton was sacked from the force for wrongly claiming Survivor Pension from the tragic death of her late wife.