Police inspector stood down over leaving can of dog food on desk
The very idea that revelations of police misbehaviour are wrong is deeply offensive to the community
A CAN of dog food has landed a police inspector in hot water after allegations of inappropriate office behaviour.
The inspector from the Ethical Standards Command allegedly had a disagreement with a co-worker and afterwards left a can of dog food on the person's desk as an insult.
The 44-year-old inspector has been stood down from his position and reassigned to a non-operational area at Police Headquarters until an investigation into his alleged behaviour wraps up.
Queensland Police released a statement saying they expect all officers to perform their duties ethically and professionally.
Calling someone a dog is said to be the worst thing a police officer can call a co-worker because it means they are a snitch or have “dobbed” on them for doing something.