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A former senior constable, Travis Paul Pocock, is currently facing nine charges, including multiple counts of assault and intending to pervert the course of justice, for his actions as a police officer in Nambucca Heads. These charges stem from alleged assaults during arrests made between 2020 and 2021, along with incidents involving another police officer.

During a recent court hearing in Coffs Harbour, former police officer Chris Herraman testified about being physically and verbally abused by Mr. Pocock. Mr. Herraman claimed that the abuse led to him leaving his job as a result of the mistreatment he endured. The defense has refuted some of the assault charges, suggesting that Mr. Herraman fabricated the claims due to personal reasons.

Further witnesses are expected to provide evidence related to the alleged assaults by Mr. Pocock in upcoming court sessions. The case sheds light on the serious allegations of abuse within the police force and underscores the importance of addressing such misconduct within law enforcement agencies.


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Article Title: Former NSW Police officer Travis Paul Pocock faces court over alleged assaults
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