Police union calls for firing of BSO deputy who gets his job back – NBC 6 South Florida

A cellphone video that went viral showed Christopher Krickovich and Sheriff Broward’s Sgt. Greg LaCerra attempting to subdue and stop 15-year-old DeLucca Rolle in 2019.

A six-member Broward County jury has found Christopher Krickovich not guilty after about three hours of deliberations and now a letter to Broward, the International Union of Police Associations, is asking to get his job back, a letter to the sheriff of the Broward County, Gregory Tony.

According to a letter from the International Union of Police Associations, the evidence and circumstances surrounding Krickovich’s incident are “overwhelming” that he committed no violation of the law or the use of force policy of the police. BSO.

“The Professional Standards Committee, after reviewing the report from Internal Affairs and BSO’s Training Division, has concluded that there was no violation of BSO’s Use of Force Policy or the law” , indicates the request.

If convicted, Krickovich could have faced up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine.

The PSC had recommended no discipline for Krickovich, but Sheriff Tony disagreed and fired the former deputy, the letter said.

The letter is addressed to Sheriff Tony to immediately reinstate Krickovich as Deputy Sheriff.

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