Fair dismissal of civilian police worker convicted of dangerous driving
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Myers v Metropolitan Police Authority ET/3202331/2010 & ET/3200046/2010 (0 other reports)
Myers v Metropolitan Police Authority ET/3202331/2010 & ET/3200046/2010
unfair dismissal | disability discrimination | criminal conviction | suspended prison sentence
A civilian police worker unsuccessfully claimed unfair dismissal and disability discrimination after she lost her job for a dangerous driving conviction. This is an example of an employer legitimately dismissing a worker who has been convicted of a criminal offence outside work.