Sunday, July 11, 2010



Third Qld cop suspended in just eight days

Queensland police have stood down a third officer from duty in eight days. A senior constable working at a police station in Brisbane's south was today stood down from duty pending an ethical standards investigation.

"The 34-year-old man will work in a non-operational role until the investigation into allegations relating to the tendering of court documents is finalised," police said in a statement on Saturday.

In early July, police suspended a 56-year-old plain-clothes senior constable accused of misappropriation. He was taken off duty after an investigation by police and the Crime and Misconduct Commission, following allegations he misappropriated property that came into his possession in connection with his duties.

On the same day police also suspended a first-year Queensland constable from the Metropolitan South Region in the wake of a NSW police investigation. The 32-year-old man allegedly attempted to influence a domestic violence court matter in NSW. His alleged actions were not connected with his official duties. He will work in a non-operational role while investigations continue.

Police say investigations for each of the three officers are ongoing.

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