After Derek Chauvin serves his prison sentence, he will not be allowed to work in law enforcement.
According to legal documents, Chauvin is ordered not to work in law enforcement upon his release. However, he will be able to return to the job once his five-year supervised release is over.
The documents state that Chauvin cannot work as a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, security officer, or mall cop. Not only does the release effects Chauvin’s career, but it restricts him financially. The former police officer will not be able to open a new line of credit without consulting with his probation officer first.
In addition, Chauvin will also need approval from his P.O. to contact George Floyd’s family.
Earlier this month, Chauvin was sentenced to more than 20 years in federal prison for violating Floyd’s civil rights. Chauvin also received five years of supervised release after serving his prison sentence.