A crash involving a Victoria police officer is under review by the Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner. (Still from video by Alexander Woodman)

VicPD officer pays $167 after running red light, crashing into SUV

The crash was caught on dashcam video

A Victoria police officer was issued a ticket after running a red light and crashing into another vehicle in July.

The officer was on duty on the morning of July 8, when they crashed into a silver Land Rover at the intersection of Johnson and Douglas streets.

RELATED: Victoria police vehicle involved in crash

The one occupant in the Land Rover was not injured, according to police. The collision was captured on dash cam footage.

The investigation determined that the officer failed to stop at a red light at the intersection and was served a violation ticket for failing to stop at a red light.

RELATED: Police watchdog reviewing Victoria police-involved crash

The ticket and victim surcharge is $167, plus two demerit points.


 

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