Sunday, 30 September 2012

Council refuses to discuss case of officer in drink-drive shame

DERBY City Council has refused to reveal whether it has sacked an officer found guilty of drink-drinking.

Ray Gibson's defence barrister told magistrates his client stood to lose his job as a community safety officer after being caught over the limit by police.

But when asked by the Derby Telegraph whether 62-year-old Gibson, of Spindletree Drive, Oakwood, had lost his job, the city council refused to answer.

My comment: It would be rather bizarre for a council to employ a community safety officer who has been found guilty of driving whilst under the influence. Not exactly a safe thing to do.

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