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Dep. Commissioner Condemns Victoria Police Officer After Stomping Incident

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The Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner of Capability Neil Paterson has condemned the actions of two officers who used excessive force,  during an arrest in Epping, Melbourne. Paterson, in a press conference on Sept. 15 said: “I form the view that it’s an inappropriate use of force by a police member in regard to the kick or stomp to the head of the man involved in that incident.” He added that the use of force while using a police vehicle in that same incident was concerning. Following the incident on Sept. 13, a senior constable from the Critical Incident Response Team was suspended with pay after footage from bypassers showed him use force with his foot while the suspect identified as Timothy Atkins was on the ground. “Using a kicking action or any action against the head of a person is not trained by Victoria Police. That is outside of our …

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