Little Miss Dangerous has resigned.
Disgraced NYPD cop Stacey Staniland quit the force just one day after she was arrested last week — the third time she was collared in eight months, police sources said Wednesday.
Staniland was nabbed most recently July 1 after she rammed her motorcycle into two cars in the West New Brighton section of Staten Island, cops said.
Wearing a helmet that read “Little Miss Dangerous,” the troubled cop was turning her Honda CBR600RR from Davis Avenue onto Henderson Avenue just after 11 a.m.
She allegedly spun out and smashed into the vehicles at a red light, sources said.
But police made a shocking discovery as she sifted through her purse to pull out ID when they spotted needles, a silver spoon and drug residue, sources said.
She resigned on July 2, a day after the arrest, police sources said. She was suspended three times, once for each arrest.
The not-so-Finest’s first run-in with the law was in December 2014 while she was working at the 122nd Precinct in New Dorp.
She was busted for allegedly breaking into the home of her boyfriend’s mother in Elm Park, where she swiped jewelry, sources said.
She was arrested again in May while her criminal case was still open when police discovered she was doped up on duty at a police facility in Brooklyn, cops said.
Staniland was charged with possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal possession of a controlled substance in that case, police said.
She still faces charges for possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal possession of a controlled substance from her latest arrest, according to police.
Staniland earned $94,153 in 2014.