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Australia NSW cop loses his job after drunken night out ends in assault

14:50  24 october  2020
14:50  24 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A police officer fresh on the beat is set to lose his job after a drunken night in north-west Sydney ended with him charged with assault.

The 41-year-old was caught on CCTV waving his badge around and allegedly attacking a young woman who was attempting to run away from him.

Levi Minchin was on his way home when he says he saw the officer heckling two women on tucker street in Ryde on Wednesday night.

a group of people in a store: A new NSW police officer waves his badge while drunk on a night out. © Nine A new NSW police officer waves his badge while drunk on a night out.

"They yelled help, so my instinct was to run over and just do whatever I could in my power, so I ran over and he was holding one of the girls really forcefully," Mr Minchin said.

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"She said that he was hurting her so that's when I've like initially gone up and I've pulled them apart and I could tell he was drunk, you could smell it.

"He was swearing at them, telling them to get the ** outside continuously."

Mr Minchin attempts to reason with the new police officer, who holds his badge like a trophy, before it gets physical and the probationary constable is pushed to the ground.

"It was very confronting having to hold down what was like a member of the community that's supposed to protect us and instead I'm holding him to the ground and he's threatening me," Mr Minchin said.

"He was saying that I was gone and I'm finished and I didn't know who I was ** with."

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a man standing next to a dog: Levi Minchin confronts the drunk officer. © Nine Levi Minchin confronts the drunk officer.

"He just kept saying he was a police officer like that was the definition that he could do what he wanted," Mr Minchin said.

When his colleagues arrived around midnight everyone was questioned before the officer was left alone for a moment to have a cigarette.

The officer has been suspended without pay and is being sacked by New South Wales police for bringing the force into disrepute and not upholding the values expected.

The 41-year-old had to give back his badge and has been charged with three counts of assault.

"If you're going out the pub for the night, you should not be allowed to take your badge with you because obviously you're going to have that sense of power," Mr Minchin said.

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