Unfit for Duty: Florida Officers' Misconduct Still Going UncheckedNewsChief.com
Feb. 04, 2013
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Last year, Florida police cheated on exams, spied on colleagues, lied under oath and faced criminal charges of driving drunk, selling cocaine, stalking and child neglect.
Each time, the state allowed those officers to return to work. A sheriff in the Florida Keys, for instance, hired an officer who lied on his homeowner's exemption to avoid thousands of dollars in taxes.