VIDEO: Cambridgeshire Police officer given final warning after running down suspect on pavement and saying '˜That's how you deal with that'

A Cambridgeshire Police officer has been given a final warning at a gross misconduct hearing after mounting a pavement with his patrol car and running down a suspect before saying '˜That's how you deal with that'.

Wednesday, 18th April 2018, 9:11 pm
Updated Wednesday, 18th April 2018, 9:36 pm

Police Constable Rowan Huskisson, based at headquarters in Huntingdon, was today, Wednesday April 18, found to have breached the Standards of Professional Behaviour in respect of Authority, Respect and Courtesy, Use of Force and Discreditable Conduct.

On Sunday, 28 May 2017 at approximately 3.40am the officer was on duty in a marked police vehicle and responded to a call from door bouncers who had detained a male.

The male broke free and was running along St Andrews Street, Cambridge. The officer drove his vehicle towards the male who ran across the pavement and appeared to be running towards the road.

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The officer then began to turn the vehicle towards the pavement and drove straight towards the male mounting the pavement.

The front of the vehicle collided with the male (towards the nearside) and came to a stop on the pavement. The officer said ‘That’s how you deal with that’.