A policeman at the helm.
A commander stationed in Rouen (Seine-Maritime) was tried a few days ago before the criminal court of Amiens (Somme) for acts of moral harassment, reports
A two-year suspended prison sentence and a three-year ban on practicing his profession were required.
The deliberation must be delivered in May.
At the time head of the narcotics brigade in Rouen, "and soon transferred to Le Havre", he would have "pushed" his assistant, explains
The latter had filed a complaint in early 2021 for facts dating from 2017. The complainant had benefited from 30 days of ITT for post-traumatic stress.
"I did not want him to destroy other people", she explained at the bar of the court, relates
She would have taken legal action when she discovered that her former boss was preparing to take over managerial responsibilities.
“It was difficult for him to manage alongside a woman with as much charisma as him”
A case that would have been "stifled" by his hierarchy, in the eyes of the prosecution and the civil party.
During the trial – out of place in the Picardy capital given the links between the Norman magistrates and the defendant – the public prosecutor reproached this fifty-year-old "for having violently denigrated and isolated his assistant from the rest of the service" on his return from holidays.
For the prosecutor, it was a question of "showing the big arms to prove that he was the boss, where it was difficult for him to manage alongside a woman with as much charisma as him".
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