Statement On Sentencing Of Auckland City Officer
Police note the sentencing today of an Auckland City
Police officer who pleaded guilty in relation to driving
with excess breath alcohol.
The charge related to an
off-duty incident which occurred in March, 2020.
man, aged 34, received a fine and has been disqualified from
driving for six months.
The man remains a New Zealand
Police employee and a separate employment process is
Police, like any other organisation, has
privacy considerations and we are not in a position to
comment further at this time.
Karyn Malthus, Auckland City District
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