Queensland Police Service worker suspended over meth

A Queensland Police Service employee has been suspended after allegedly providing a positive roadside drug test for methyl amphetamine.

The female administration officer from the Community Contact Command is expected to appear in the Holland Park Magistrates Court on December 9, 2016.

Queensland Police said in a statement: "In keeping with our commitment to high standards of behaviour, transparency and accountability, we have undertaken to inform the public when an officer faces serious allegations of misconduct.

"This does not mean that the allegations against the officer have been substantiated."

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