McClelland said the investigation has concluded and showed what he has said from the beginning, that he was at fault. He said as a result, he's holding himself to a higher standard. http://www.ksl.com/?sid=26938828&ni...itting-pedestrian&fm=home_page&s_cid=queue-18 It is not known when McClelland would serve his day of suspension, but he will enroll in a defensive-driving class. http://www.kxan.com/news/texas/houston-police-chief-hits-pedestrian Apparently suspension would not normally be a punishment for a patrol officer hitting a pedestrian. That is why he is holding himself to a higher standard and taking a one day suspension.