How A Correctional Officer Killed His Career
The Correctional Officer That Lost His Career After Embarrassing Sheriffs Department
Dewayne “Eddie” Coker was a detention deputy with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.
Coker was sustained on administrative charges of:
(1) Misdirected Action in an Official Investigation
(2) Misuse of Communications Facilities
(3) Improper Use of Official Position
(4) Conduct Unbecoming a Member of the Sheriff’s Office
“Misuse of public position” is considered a moral character violation in the State of Florida. Consequently, Coker’s policy violations were forwarded to Florida’s Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission, the body responsible for overseeing the certification and training of police and correctional officers in the state.
On January 30, 2020, the CJSTC met for officer discipline hearings, and voted to revoke Coker’s certification, meaning that he cannot simply move to a different law enforcement agency.
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