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UK: Police Sergeant guilty of race hate keeps his job
A police sergeant convicted of a race hate crime against a fellow officer has kept his job, The Herald can reveal.

Strathclyde’s Gavin Ross was fined £500 at Dunfermline Sheriff Court last year after being found guilty of racially abusing an Asian colleague at a Christmas night out.

However, the licensing sergeant has been told he can continue at his current position and rank after an internal police misconduct hearing.

His victim, Sergeant Amar Shakoor, last night said he was “deeply disappointed” with the punishment meted out to Mr Ross, who has had to forgo an ant... Read more

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Australia: Senior Officer ordered to stand trial for assault

A senior central Victorian police officer has been ordered to stand trial for
allegedly assaulting a man and misleading a subsequent investigation into the
incident.

In 2010, the Office of Police Integrity (OPI) investigated claims Detective Leading
Senior Constable Grant Allan had broken a man's collar bone during a drugs raid in
Maryborough.

It is alleged Allan then misled OPI officers and interfered in their investigation.

He has pleaded not guilty to 10 charges during a seven day committal hearing at
the Bendigo Magistrates Court.

During the hearing, the court heard conflicting accounts of the extent of the
victim's injuries and the role of Allan and his police colleagues after the incident.

Allan will stand trial in the County Court at a later date.
 
 


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