The Minneapolis Police Chief says Officer Chauvin’s action is not part of the department’s policy

The Minneapolis Police Chief says Officer Chauvin’s action is not part of the department’s policy

Minneapolis: Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) chief Medaria Arradondo testified in court that former officer Derek Chauvin’s actions were not mandated by any policy in the department when he arrested George Floyd before his death.
“Clearly, when Mr. Floyd was not liable – and even motionless – for a man to continue to exert that level of force, which was handcuffed behind his back, that somehow Se, size or form is not something that is dictated by policy, is not part of our training and certainly not part of our ethics or values, ”Aradando said on Monday.
Ardando agreed when asked in court whether Chauvin violated any MPD policies by not helping George Floyd.
Chauvin laid his knee on Floyd’s neck during the arrest before dying and was charged with second and third degree murder and second degree murder. If convicted, Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison. All officers, including Chowin, who were involved in Floyd’s arrest, were fired by Aradondo within 24 hours.

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