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The program creates a process to determine if a peace officer engaged in serious misconduct thereby warranting the suspension or revocation of the officer’s license to work in law enforcement.
Let’s take the example of what is commonly referred to as “deadly force.” Due largely to the media, the community typically associates this response to resistance or threat technique with a peace officer discharging their firearm.
Of all things, it was an on-the-job injury that started Chris Barker on the path toward PORAC leadership. He’d been a law enforcement officer since 2000 and a PORAC member since he was hired in 2008 by the Hanford Police Department, where he currently works as a sergeant.