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After the hearing concluded, Mr Guildford said: “The vast majority of Nottinghamshire Police officers, staff and volunteers uphold the highest standards of professional behaviour.

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Although he has resigned, Clarke’s name will be added to a disbarred list of individuals who can’t get a job with any police service.

The chief constable said Clarke had capitalised on knowledge gained through his role.

A police drugs expert sold kit commonly used for growing cannabis on eBay, despite the risk of it falling into the hands of organised criminal gangs or attic bedroom growers.

“In hindsight, he has reflected on his actions and put his hands up at the earliest opportunity,” said Mr Petrovic.

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He said Clarke had let himself and the public down and acknowledged there would be disquiet surrounding an officer lining his pockets from the sale of equipment used in the cultivation of cannabis.

Although he resigned, Clarke’s name will be added to a disbarred list of individuals who cannot get a job with any police service.

IOPC director of major investigations Steve Noonan said: “For a police officer to sell such quantities of hydroponic equipment knowing its potential for criminal use was clearly inappropriate and a breach of professional standards, and even more so in Stuart Clarke’s case given his specialist knowledge and the role he carried out in the anti drugs unit. Such activities undermine public confidence in policing and he has paid a heavy price for that.

After considering the evidence, Ch Cons Guildford determined that, given Clarke’s role as a police drugs expert, his behaviour would cause embarrassment to the force and amounted to discreditable conduct. His conclusion was Clarke would have been sacked had he not resigned.

He accepted the former officer’s apology but added there were ways he could have supplemented his income through his employment or outside of it without resorting to what he had done.

“The panel’s decision shows that such behaviour is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.”

“He wishes to apologise to his fellow officers and Notts Police and was affected by personal issues at the time.”

The force implemented recommendations in the investigation report aimed at improving administrative processes within the cannabis dismantling unit.

He said Clarke had let himself and the public down and acknowledged there would be disquiet surrounding an officer lining his pockets from the sale of equipment used in the cultivation of cannabis.