Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:18 AM Queensland police domestic violence enquiry: Read vile threat senior cop made ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:18 AM Queensland police domestic violence enquiry: Read vile threat senior cop made ... trends now
Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:18 AM Queensland police domestic violence enquiry: Read vile threat senior cop made ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 06:18 AM Queensland police domestic violence enquiry: Read vile threat senior cop made ... trends now

Senior cop's disgusting words about his female boss are revealed - as horrific bullying and violence in Australia's police force is exposed Inquiry into Queensland police responses to domestic violence is ongoing Queensland Police commissioner Katarina Carroll gave evidence  Counsel assisting the enquiry quizzed her over serious behavioural allegations

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A senior Australian police officer told colleagues he would 'punch [his female boss] in the c***' if he wasn't given the job he wanted, an enquiry has heard.

The inquiry into Queensland police responses to domestic violence heard that 1,676 complaints of sexist, racist, misogynistic and homophobic behaviour were made against officers from 2020 to 2022.

One of the worst allegations was that a male senior constable being managed by a woman boss lashed out verbally in front of other officers after being denied a relieving role.

Queensland's inquiry into police responses to domestic violence heard that 1,676 complaints of sexist, racist, misogynistic and homophobic behaviour were made against officers in two years (Pictured Counsel assisting the inquiry Ruth O'Gorman)

Queensland's inquiry into police responses to domestic violence heard that 1,676 complaints of sexist, racist, misogynistic and homophobic behaviour were made against officers in two years (Pictured Counsel assisting the inquiry Ruth O'Gorman)

Commissioner Katarina Carroll was grilled at a Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service Responses to Domestic and Family Violence

Commissioner Katarina Carroll was grilled at a Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service Responses to Domestic and Family Violence

'She is nothing but a c**t and if she doesn’t give me a relieving role I’m going to punch her in the c**t,' the Courier Mail reported.

In August, Deputy Queensland Police Commissioner Paul Taylor quit after the inquiry heard he and Chief Superintendent Ray Rohweder made lewd comments at police leadership conferences.

The inquiry heard Mr Taylor used the phrase 'vagina whisperer' in an official speech to staff in April to describe a friend of his who is a respected gynaecologist.

The senior male officer at the centre of allegations aired on Wednesday

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