Suspended officer offered job back, with a catch

An attorney representing suspended Indianapolis police officer Candi Perry says she still faces a roadblock to reinstatement.
Police officials have told Perry that she can have her job back, if she admits to violating department rules and agrees not
to take action against the department, according to the attorney. A Marion County grand jury indicted Perry in September on
charges of official misconduct and false reporting regarding a murder investigation. Those charges were dropped on Nov. 25.
Perry’s attorney says that suing the department remains an option.
 

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