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According to Heiberger, on March 2 he met with the police chief, who implied that if he resigned without appeal, then the chief would report to the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council that he had “voluntarily resigned” rather than “resigned in lieu of dismissal.” Heiberger testified that he and the police chief agreed that the documents relating to his proposed discharge would not be disclosed or revealed to prospective employers. On March 5, Heiberger resigned, and the police chief submitted written notice to the POST Council that Heiberger had voluntarily resigned. In 1993, Heiberger damaged a police radio by spilling a soft drink on it. Also while working for Norcross, Heiberger was reprimanded by his superior officers for numerous infractions. In 1991, Heiberger left his loaded service weapon in the front seat of an unattended vehicle.Heiberger was not required to undergo any additional training or background investigation. E.2d 261 (1988), aff'd in part and rev'd in part on other grounds, supra, 259 Ga. While at Chamblee, Heiberger continued his work with youth, coaching a soccer team of adolescent boys in the community. During his tenure, he received special training in working with youth and established relationships with adolescent boys in the community, using those relationships to gather information which he used in criminal investigations. Construed in this light, the record shows that Heiberger worked as a police officer for Norcross from April 1988 through March 1999.
In April 2000, Heiberger resigned to work for a private employer. He considered his involvement with the team part of “community-oriented policing,” entailing police interaction with the public to gain intelligence to solve cases. Heiberger testified that he gained intelligence from the team players “almost on a ․ daily basis” and that Chamblee's police chief encouraged his efforts. Written citations and reprimands pertaining to these infractions were added to Heiberger's personnel file maintained by Norcross.That file also contained Heiberger's performance appraisals.