Denver Cop Should Get Job Back, Civil Hearing Officer Rules

· Jul. 31, 2015, 1:20 pm

A civil service hearing officer has ruled that a Denver police officer who was fired after he was accused of using inappropriate force against a woman who had been arrested should be reinstated.

The Denver Post reports that hearing officer Terry Tomsick ruled Wednesday that James Medina should instead serve a 60-day suspension and be on probation for two years.

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