Five police officers are dropped off within four days for allegations of sexual misconduct, domestic violence, and drunk driving
- Five Queensland police officers have been dropped in the past four days
- The latter case concerns a male sergeant major who is exposed to domestic violence allegations
- A police officer from the same region was deposed for alleged alcohol use
- The chief police officer was dropped as part of an investigation into the sexual misconduct
Five Queensland police officers have been dropped over the past four days for suspected crimes such as domestic violence, sexual misconduct, and drunk driving.
The last, announced on Thursday, concerns a male Operations Support Command sergeant who is exposed to allegations of domestic violence.
On Wednesday, a male policeman from the northern region was rejected for domestic violence, and an officer from the same region was dropped off for alleged alcoholism while on duty.
Five Queensland police officers have been dropped over the past four days for suspected crimes such as domestic violence, sexual misconduct, and drunk driving (file picture).
On the same day, a male worker from the northern region was suspended for domestic violence and sexual misconduct.
A male inspector was dropped in his fifties on Tuesday after allegedly being caught driving during his spare time.
And on Monday, a senior policeman from the Brisbane region was 30 years old for an investigation into inappropriate sexual behavior involving a member of the public.
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