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The two, along with a civilian special constable put together a mock movie trailer, using police resources...
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Two police officers with Durham Regional Police have been charged with discredible conduct, after a mock movie trailer video showed up on YouTube.

The video shows the two officers and one civilian Special Constable, using police stations, cars and cells as a backdrop for their video.

There is also a point where the officers are denied a transfer out of the Court Services Branch.

Sgt Mike Glennie of Court Services has been charged with one count of Discredible Conduct, and will have his hearing on May 5th over a conference call.

The second officer, a Detective Constable also faces one count of Discredible Contruct and will see his hearing proceedings start on April 15th. Until then, Police are holding back on releasing his name.

The civilian Special Constable, who is not a sworn officer, will have his discipline managed by internal policy.

Durham Regional Police say because he's not actually a cop, his name won't be released.

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Two police officers with Durham Regional Police have been charged with discredible conduct, after a mock movie trailer video showed up on YouTube.

The video shows the two officers and one civilian Special Constable, using police stations, cars and cells as a backdrop for their video.

There is also a point where the officers are denied a transfer out of the Court Services Branch.

Sgt Mike Glennie of Court Services has been charged with one count of Discredible Conduct, and will have his hearing on May 5th over a conference call.

The second officer, a Detective Constable also faces one count of Discredible Contruct and will see his hearing proceedings start on April 15th. Until then, Police are holding back on releasing his name.

The civilian Special Constable, who is not a sworn officer, will have his discipline managed by internal policy.

Durham Regional Police say because he's not actually a cop, his name won't be released.

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