Image source, West Midlands Police Image caption, Officers like James Ankrett are a "horror" to the police, according to his former boss
Police called a sacked officer "disgust " for a relationship with a victim of domestic violence.
PC James Ankrett abused his position of trust when ' he formed a relationship with the woman in July 2017, West Midl and the police said.
He admitted Corrupt or improper exercise of police powers in Wolverhampton Crown Run last month.
The force sacked Ankrett for serious misconduct during a hearing Thursday.
"This behavior is a matter of deep concern for the public right now, "said Chief Constable Dave Thompson, referring to violence against women and the need for police to act as" champions "of treatment fair ".
Ankrett, police said following the September trial, had used his professional position to lead a " totally inappropriate relationship ".
L The 31-year-old man was charged following an investigation by the police watchdog and placed in a non-public role, then suspended from duty after appearing in court, the force said.
" The trust of thepublic is undermined when officers behave like this officer did, "Thompson said. " The problem of violence against women and girls demands that the police champion fair treatment of women.
Mr. Thompson said that legal action would be taken against any officer found guilty of similarly violating his duties.
"Officers like this have no place in the police force. West Midlands "he added.
" They are an eyesore to the men and women who make up this organization who struggle day in and day out to protect the most vulnerable. They harm the world. our reputation and our professional reputation. "
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