'Glamorous' model cop is kicked out of the police after being arrested 'for dealing class A drugs' after house raids | The Sun

A "GLAMOROUS" model cop has been kicked out of the police after being arrested "for dealing class A drugs" following house raids.

Met Police officer Rasvinder Agalliu has been dismissed from the force without notice after searches of two of her homes revealed illegal activity.

One of Agalliu's homes was raided on June 25, 2020, where class A drugs, drugs paraphernalia, a large quantity of cash and a police radio were seized.

Officers executed another warrant at a second address four months later on October 25.

Body armour belonging to Agalliu, a set of handcuffs, items of uniform and a set of case papers and interview discs relating to Agalliu’s investigation of an offence, were discovered.

The Met Police say a large number of cannabis plants under cultivation were also found at the property.

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Agalliu, 47, was then arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs.

However she was not charged with drug offences after the Crown Prosecution Service decided the case did not meet the evidential threshold for prosecution.

Despite being an officer for nearly 20 years,a misconduct panel on Tuesday decided her "gross breach of trust" was enough to stop her working in law enforcement forever.

Chief Superintendent Owain Richards said: “This officer’s actions were a gross breach of the trust afforded to them by the people of London.

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"PC Agalliu has quite rightly been dismissed and there is no place in the Met for officers who behave in this way.

"We are determined to get rid of any officer who fails to meet our standards and ensure that they can never work in law enforcement again.”

The married mum-of-three said her colleagues would tell her she was "glamorous" to the point they made her feel she was and "should be doing more [of a] creative role".

"I am a type of woman who likes taking pride in my appearance and putting my face on every morning which really motivates me for the day," she goes on to say.

"I then have my fix which is a double Expresso with coconut milk, straight after [I] hit the gym.

"Once I’ve done all that I am ready to take on the world.

"I just love happy positive people. If you're miserable and rude just stay away from me."

With dreams of being cast in a film or becoming a TV presenter, Enfield-based Agalliu said being "fun, loving and chatty" gets her into "trouble".

Agalliu will now be added to the Barred List held by the College of Policing.

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