Derek Chauvin Can’t Work In Law Enforcement During Supervised Release After Prison
Can’t Work In Law Enforcement …
During Supervised Release After Prison
7/9/2022 12: 50 AM PT
Derek Chauvin can’t return to law enforcement after he serves his prison sentence … and he can’t even be a rent-a-cop … at least for the 5 years he’s on supervised release.
According to new legal docs obtained by TMZ, the former cop’s supervised release specifically bars him from working as a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, or security officer while on his 5 years of supervised release after he’s out from behind bars.
Chauvin will have to find a new career outside policing .. even Derek Chauvin the mall cop is off the table.
In addition, Chauvin can’t contact George Floyd‘s family … unless he gets prior approval from his probation officer.
As we reported … Chauvin was recently sentenced to more than 20 years in federal prison, plus 5 years of supervised release once he’s out, for violating Floyd’s civil rights.
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During his supervised release, Chauvin will also deal with financial restrictions … like being barred from opening new lines of credit without approval from his PO.
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