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Queensland cops a dusting of shame after ‘assault on their turf’ claims
A former Queensland Police Force detective has been accused of sexually assaulting female officers in his job in a way he described as “totally inappropriate”, but he defended himself and dismissed the allegations.
Gerry O’Neill, 57, worked as a field detective from the Queensland Police Se출장 안마rvice (QPS) in 2011, 2010, 200카지노6 and 2001.
Mr O’Neill told the Federal Court in Sydney a “joint effort” by the QPS and local police had helped develop an image of him as a “good cop” that affected his ability to be trusted and “properly deployed”.
Mr O’Neill is among a group of accused officers at the centre of claims of police misconduct during an investigation into a 2010 police force corruption scandal.
On the surface, the accusations against Mr O’Neill appear to have no concrete links.
He said he had no specific knowledge of allegations or any specific knowledge of what had happened to him.
In the statement in his own defence, M원나잇r O’Neill, who now works as a senior forensic analyst and has a degree in engineering, said: “I accept I committed a serious crime, my actions did not reflect the values and ethos of the QPS.”
Mr Justice Wortley agreed there was no evidence to support Mr O’Neill’s claim of professional misconduct but adjourned the case until next July.
Topics: crime, courts-and-trials, police, qld
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