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An Abbotsford police officer faces a public hearing Monday to determine whether he gets to keep his job.
Constable Adam Page pleaded guilty in April to pushing a thirty-seven year old shoplifter during an arrest in 2009.
The hearing will determine whether he gets to keep his job, or if he's going to get canned.
Page reportedly pushed the man so hard the wall was dented.
He received a conditional sentence and one year of probation.
An internal police investigation found page abused his authority as an officer.
Page has been on administrative duty since 2010.