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The chief of the German police union spent years as a police officer, although he did not work as such. The competition sees this as a problem.

Police union: Infidelity investigations in the case of Rainer Wendt discontinued

The chief of the German police union spent years as a police officer, although he did not work as such. The competition sees this as a problem.

Police union: Infidelity investigations in the case of Rainer Wendt discontinued

The Public prosecutor's Office Düsseldorf has discontinued infidelity investigation in case of police trade union chief Rainer Wendt. The person responsible for remuneration did not have to prove an intention, said an official spokesman.

In North Rhine-Westphalia, chairman of German Police Union (DPolG) had spent a part-time salary as a policeman for ten years, but did not work as such.

It was said that re was no evidence that participants had deliberately acted illegally and had deliberately accepted a financial damage to country. It has been a practice that has been so managed for many years, including in or federal states, with aim of allowing trade union leaders to carry out ir constitutional duties.

The competition Union GDP, however, had pointed out that it had always paid its chairman from trade union funds. "That must also be so that he is independent. You can't let trade union chief pay employer, "said a GDP spokesman.

Disciplinary proceedings initiated

The question of who was responsible for regime for CDU member Wendt had previously been hotly disputed in NRW Landtag election campaign. The SPD had also not ruled out a committee of inquiry.

Wendt is also not to have reported a supervisory board mandate to AXA Insurance as a secondary activity. For this reason, a disciplinary procedure had been initiated against him.

In a similar case, chief of German crime Officer (BDK), André Schulz, is now also being investigated. There was initial suspicion of fraud, said a spokeswoman of authority and thus confirmed a report of Bild newspaper. The reason is Schulz's employment relationship with Hamburg police. According to his personal file, Schulz is supposed to work 20 hours a week with police and get money. Spiegel Online quoted spokeswoman, but re are indications that "he has not worked for 20 hours in a certain period". Schulz had said in spring that this compensation scheme had been agreed with police authority. The Hamburg police returned at time that she did not know of such a regulation.

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