PC Walmsley had admitted using a police pool car for personal use and improperly using the police computer information system.
The panel found that the officer had breached the standards of professional behaviour for police relating to orders and instructions, confidentiality, discreditable conduct and honesty and integrity.
The hearing was told that PC Walmsley, who has been employed by the force since 2001, was working at Winfrith with the Disclosure and Barring Service when he used a police pool car for personal use on a number of occasions between March 23, 2016, and January 23, 2017.
He also used a police fuel card to refuel the vehicle. The hearing was told that PC Walmsley had since repaid all the money that was charged to the fuel card.
PC Walmsley also admitted searching for information relating to family members on the Dorset Police computer information system. The hearing was told he had not disclosed the information he obtained from the searches to anybody else.
The hearing panel was chaired by independent legally-qualified chairman Ian Taylor. It concluded that the breaches of professional standards were so serious they must result in immediate dismissal without notice.
butlincat1 - 4 Nov. 17