Drink-driving Staffordshire Police officer reinstated
A Staffordshire Police officer who was sacked after admitting to drink-driving will be reinstated.
Zoe Cullen, a Hanley police officer, admitted driving a motor vehicle above the prescribed alcohol limit in August and was banned from driving for a year.
She was dismissed from the force in October but a tribunal on Tuesday upheld an appeal.
She's been given a final written warning and will be reinstated as a constable.
The officer was also fined £1,161, including costs, at the August hearing at Derby Magistrates' Court following the offence in Leek on 6 January last year.
She appealed against a finding of gross misconduct resulting in dismissal by a hearing on 17 October.
Police appeals tribunals hear appeals against the findings of gross misconduct brought against police officers or special constables.
Follow BBC West Midlands on Facebook, on Twitter, and sign up for local news updates direct to your phone.