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A "glamorous" Met Police officer was booted from the force after police found narcotics and a cannabis farm at her home.
PC Rasvinder Agalliu was also arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply the drugs but she was ultimately not charged.
PC Agalliu had been an officer for nearly 20 years after claiming to have joined the Met at just 17, but her career has now been brought to an end after a misconduct panel dismissed her without notice on Tuesday.
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Chief Superintendent Owain Richards, of the Central West Command Unit, said: “This officer’s actions were a gross breach of the trust afforded to them by the people of London.
"PC Agalliu has quite rightly been dismissed and there is no place in the Met for officers who behave in this way.”
PC Agalliu has also been added to the barred list by the College of Policing after police raided her London home and former address in 2020 and found handcuffs large amounts of cash and body armour as well as the drugs.
The misconduct panel also said that her actions breached the force's standards on respect of honesty and integrity, discreditable conduct, duties and responsibilities, and orders and instructions.
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In addition to her policing duties, she is also a mum to three kids and takes part in beauty pageants.
PC Agalliu likes to keep busy – she also claimed she was a fitness instructor and "dreamt" of making it in film or TV.
In one of her modelling profiles, she: "So just a little story about me. I have been a police officer for 17yrs get told your so Glamorous by colleagues to the point they make me feel I am should be doing more creative role.
"I am a type of woman who likes taking pride in my appearance and putting my face on every morning which really motivates me for the day."
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Just yesterday, a police watchdog claimed in a report that hundreds, if not thousands, of corrupt officers could still be serving in England and Wales' police forces, the Daily Mail reported.
The report, released by HMICFRS (His Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services) stated it was "too easy" for officers to join several police forces across the UK, including the Met, and said some even had criminal convictions and links to organised crime.
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- MET Police
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