Andrew David Barber, 36, forcefully pushed a lady onto a dais and sat on her in an occurrence prisoner by CCTV camera on May 25.
The comparison deputy had been tasked with escorting a teen to a watch residence on guess of attempted robbery, Perth Magistrates Court listened on Friday.
But when she kicked a doorway and it struck his face, he wrestled her in what Magistrate Greg Smith described as a “gross over-reaction” opposite a exposed girl.
“It was totally uncalled for,” a justice said.
The lady did not need medical courtesy following a incident, military said. Barber, who has been an officer for 11 years, was stood down from operational avocation and pleaded guilty to common assault.
He was fined $2500 and systematic to compensate $705 in justice costs.
A self-assurance will not be available opposite his name.
Mr Smith remarkable a lady had been violent and he supposed Barber was repentant and doubtful to reoffend.
He pronounced while military officers were tellurian like everybody else, they mostly faced stressful situations.
“Ordinary people of good impression can infrequently remove their temper,” he said. “The village expects … from military officers a really high customary of poise and a high customary of self-control.”