Serving police officer receives final warning after car insurance allegation

A serving Met officer has received a final warning following a misconduct hearing last week which found that she’d let her vehicle be driven without doing enough checks that the driver had valid insurance.

PC Aleya Uddin, who works in Harrow, was alleged to have carried out conduct that went against professional standards.

She was accused of breaches of codes relating to “challenging and reporting improper behaviour”, “discreditable conduct”, and “honesty and integrity”.

Only the matters of discreditable conduct were proven, the Met said.

Following the lack of sufficient checks on the driver, she then interfered while other officers investigated for possible crimes.

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