Chris Davis issued the apology Friday and stated the police division directed “appropriate corrective action” to the officer concerned because it finished an internal review of the July 23 incident.
Video posted on social media confirmed Dillon in spite of everything zone greeting lovers within the stands all the way through a football fit between FC Bayern Munich and Manchester City FC. Dillon seemed to be at the verge of doing a Lambeau jump into the group when the video confirmed an officer grabbing him through the again of his collar and giving him a shove.
After lovers booed and Dillon seemed to be offering a proof, the officer allowed Dillon to soar into the stands.
Davis said in a statement that he had “sustained two allegations of GBPD policy violations by the officer involved and directed appropriate corrective action to be taken.” Davis stated the dep. doesn’t supply further main points on staff issues “out of respect for the employee’s due process rights.”
His commentary didn’t identify the officer concerned.
“I apologize to Mr. Dillon for the way he was treated,” Davis stated. “We appreciate the strong relationship we have with the Packers organization, and the GBPD remains committed to working with them along with the entire Green Bay community to provide the best and most professional police service possible.”
The Packers issued a commentary pronouncing they liked that the police division adopted up at the topic.
“We respect their process in reviewing the situation and its conclusions,” the Packers stated. “We price our partnership with the Department and respect all they do in running with the Packers to ensure that public protection at Lambeau Field occasions, together with gamedays.
“Additionally, we appreciate A.J. Dillon’s professionalism in handling the matter.”
When the video circulated on social media, Dillon tweeted out a commentary giving his account of the incident and describing it as “just miscommunication between parties.”
“The @GBPolice are great people and I’m glad we have them down for our games to keep us safe,” Dillon tweeted on the time “Standing there in the pouring rain with all those people, it’s hard to know what’s going on with just one. All good.”
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