Two Victorian police officers have been charged with assault after they allegedly injured a man during an arrest.
The 58-year-old man was treated in hospital after the incident in Narre Warren South, in Melbourne's southeast, on February 4 last year.
The two male senior constables, aged 35 and 45, were immediately suspended from duty after the incident.
Police and the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission have been investigating, with the two men charged on Sunday with unlawful assault and unlawful assault with a weapon.
They are due to face the Melbourne Magistrates Court in March.