Special Constable dismissed from Merseyside
MERSEYSIDE Police confirmed that
Special Constable Myles Doyle has been dismissed from the Force following a
public misconduct hearing that took place on Wednesday, 22 February 2017.
Doyle, 19, was disqualified from driving for 6 months, fined and given 6 points
on his licence after pleading guilty to driving licence and unauthorised taking
of a motor vehicle offences that relate to incidents that took place in June
2016. We are told that they lead to him appearing at Liverpool Magistrates
Court, on 3 January 2017.
Doyle, 19, from Kensington was dismissed with notice following the hearing, held
today in Liverpool, after it was found his behaviour amounted to gross
Deputy Chief Constable Carl Foulkes said:- "All Police Officers and Police
Staff who are convicted of a criminal offence can expect to appear before a
misconduct hearing. Doyle's behaviour fell below the standards expected by
Merseyside Police. As a Special Constable he is subject to the same regulations
as any police constable and it is clear that he is not fit to serve. Merseyside
Police demands the highest standards of professionalism and integrity from all
its police officers and staff. It is what the public expects and deserves if
they are to have trust and confidence in us. When the behaviour and conduct of
individuals within our force fall below those standards they can expect to be
held to account."