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PCSOs Sacked After Exam Cheat Claims
13 PCSOs have been sacked by South Wales Police over claims they cheated on their final exams.
It follows a three month investigation by the force.
The group - aged between 22 and 35 - sat tests at South Wales Police headquarters in Bridgend.
The new recruits were only a few weeks away from passing their 6 month probation period when there were claims a number may have cheated.
These were the last few exams the trainee officers would have to do.
After an investigation by the force - 13 have been sacked and one has resigned.
The tests included maths problems, logic and spelling tests.
Mark Milton, director of Human Resources at South Wales Police, said: "The force will not tolerate breaches of ethical standards.
"South Wales Police prides itself on its ethical standards and integrity."
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