Law enforcement officer fired about rates won’t get the job done in regulation enforcement yet again

A Tallahassee law enforcement officer who was fired and billed with battery immediately after a fight with a man being booked into jail has agreed to a deferred prosecution deal, according to State Legal professional Jack Campbell.

Below the phrases of the deal, which was signed April 22, the previous officer, Charles Hansford, will completely surrender his regulation enforcement rights, this means he will by no means operate as a regulation enforcement officer all over again. He must also undertake counseling linked to his time in the armed forces, which Campbell reported “may possibly have led to his outburst.”

In exchange, Campbell agreed to fall the battery demand if Hansford fulfills all the conditions by July 26. 

Hansford’s firing and arrest stems from a Jan. 17 scuffle amongst him and a gentleman who was staying booked at the Leon County Jail after failing a field sobriety check next a motor vehicle crash.