Toronto police officer on paid suspension for 11 years could finally be fired

A Toronto police officer who has been collecting a public service paycheque during a roughly 11-year suspension will learn his fate today.

Const. Ioan-Florin Floria was arrested in 2007, accused by his employer of blocking a kidnapping investigation and using his position to aid a criminal organization.

Floria was cleared in 2012 on six criminal charges. Last year, he was found guilty of four counts of professional misconduct under the Police Services Act: insubordination, breach of confidence and two counts of discreditable conduct.


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