Labor & Employment – Public Employees – Unacceptable Personal Conduct – Insufficient Showing – State Trooper – Canine Officer DisciplineBeatty v. Jones Where the respondent-state trooper was acting consistently with his training and used compliance techniques on his canine partner similar to those used by all Highway Patrol members who were canine handlers, the Patrol has not shown that the trooper engaged in unacceptable personal conduct.
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Published: February 14, 2012
Time posted: 5:39 pm
Tags: Canine Officer Discipline, insufficient showing, Labor & Employment - Public Employees, State Trooper, Unacceptable Personal Conduct