Slough police officer handed himself in after kicking car

A FORMER Slough police officer handed himself in for common assault after confronting a woman while off duty.

PC Luke Doyle was not working when on June 26, 2021, he allegedly became confrontational towards a women before kicking a car and using abusive language.

He then called Thames Valley Police just after midnight the next day to say he had committed common assault.

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Officers were sent to his address and during the course of their response, PC Doyle allegedly became verbally abusive towards them.

The former police officer, who resigned from Thames Valley Police on September 5, 2021, is the subject of a misconduct hearing set to take place at the end of the month.

Here, a panel will decide if Doyle breached the force’s behaviour standards and if he should have been sacked if he was still a serving police officer.

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The panel will also be considering an allegation of verbally abusive behaviour towards officers in an incident on July 6, 2021.

They will make their decision following a hearing in Kidlington on March 31.

Slough Observer | News