A special police constable, who has accepted obscene images of children, has been dismissed from his post, but he is escaped from jail.
Darren Baker was previously linked to the South West Command Unit when he was sentenced to a suspended prison sentence for keeping and keeping child pornography.
During the hearing of a special case, he was told that his conduct has gone against the code of conduct of the force.
Special Constable Part-Time volunteers and work with regular police officers.
They work 200 hours a year and wear the same uniform and take the same powers and responsibilities as regular police officers.
In June, Baker blamed in eight cases of creating, maintaining and distributing pornographic images of children in the Woolwich Crown Court.
He was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment, suspended for two years.
He would register sex offenders for ten years, and ten years of sexual damage prevention orders were imposed.
Baker was ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work, and the cost of £ 300 and £ 140 surcharge was paid.
In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said: “After a special police hearing a special police constable has been awarded a suspended jail, which has been dismissed after a special case has been heard.
“… special case hearing panel dismissed Baker without any notice.”