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  • Executive Officer Misconduct - Share your stories.

    News from "home" (LAPD for me) has an assistant chief (right below the big boss) getting rolled up for having sex with a subordinate in a car, caught by an Internal Affairs surveillance team. He "suddenly" retired a week before this news broke.

    https://ktla.com/2018/11/02/lapd-sur...ement-sources/

    I became a small town chief and the one before the guy I replaced committed suicide. He was involved with his "assistant". One of the first things I did was to install a window into my office door, so there were no questions about what went on. I'm also not a very attractive man, so there's that added safety, LOL!

    So, any tales from the rest of you about your command staff "getting your honey where you make your money"???? Do share and if you have to change the names, agencies and locations involved.
    "You're never fully dressed without a smile."

    Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.

    Three things I know for sure: (1) No bad deed goes unrewarded, (2) No good deed goes unpunished, and (3) It is entirely possible to push the most devoted, loyal and caring person beyond the point where they no longer give a 5h!t.

  • #2
    Many years back we had a Chief who was quietly hit with a lawsuit for sexual harassment from a subordinate. I say quietly, because somehow, the press never learned about it. However, on court day when he failed to appear and lost by default, the press did find out and it made front page news.

    His defense was unique. In a fit of total outrage, he proclaimed complete innocence, claimed he was never served with the lawsuit and demanded a new day in court. The process server demonstrated that he properly served our subpoena clerk, but the chief insisted there must have been an "internal mixup" as the papers never reached him. Had he been aware of them he would have vigorously defended himself in court against these false and scurrilous allegations. The Chief insisted he was now the victim, would appeal and demand a new trial to demonstrate his innocence, knowing that would never happen.

    It was a great gambit.
    Going too far is half the pleasure of not getting anywhere

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    • #3
      Really, no other responses?????

      Come on folks, in my last agency it seemed like having at least three sustained sexual harassment complaints was a minimum requirement for making Deputy Chief. Many of you out there have a story or two that has made it to the public domain you can tell without getting in trouble yourself.

      Going too far is half the pleasure of not getting anywhere

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      • #4
        It’s election season and some of us work for an elected official.

        Maybe tomorrow?

        *just google Oakland Police sex scandal.... or Celeste Guap.
        Last edited by RGDS; 11-06-2018, 11:33 PM.
        semper destravit

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        • #5
          I worked for a US Gov’t LE agency whose director at the time I was hired not only had an extramarital affair with his assistant (who was married to a special agent of the same agency), but also got into a bit of trouble for being a client of a prostitution ring overseas. He left our agency years later to become an inspector general of another agency, but lost his candidacy when they learned of his escapades.
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          • #6
            King City, CA Small town so it was a big hit.

            https://www.mercurynews.com/2014/02/...unding-scheme/

            And then there was this...

            http://www.montereycountyweekly.com/...d5a63ef7b.html

            The former Chicago PD Captain left Chicago as he was being investigated for something. (I don't remember what it was but it was bad. He did many squirrelly things during his brief time at King City.

            Last edited by eagleI; 11-07-2018, 11:45 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RGDS View Post

              *just google Oakland Police sex scandal.... or Celeste Guap.

              Dozens of LEOs brought down by a little girl with big boobs.

              And women are considered the weaker sex...

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              • RGDS
                RGDS commented
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                Did she bring them down? Or did they do it to themselves?

                Child Sex Trafficking? Once she turned 18, how was this not conduct unbecoming?

              • not.in.MY.town
                not.in.MY.town commented
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                RGDS Let me clarify what I meant: They absolutely, 100% did it to themselves. Their conduct is appalling on so many levels. We're supposed to protect the vulnerable, not take advantage of them. Yet all it took was the opportunity for free sex with a teenager...and all their morals, integrity and common sense went out the window. They chose to put themselves in a position where one unanswered phone call, one perceived slight, could set in motion a series of events that could ruin their careers and personal lives (and deservedly so). Thus the "strong" become the weak, and the vulnerable become the powerful.
                Last edited by not.in.MY.town; 11-08-2018, 07:39 AM.

            • #8
              Originally posted by L-1 View Post
              Really, no other responses?????

              Come on folks, in my last agency it seemed like having at least three sustained sexual harassment complaints was a minimum requirement for making Deputy Chief. Many of you out there have a story or two that has made it to the public domain you can tell without getting in trouble yourself.
              I'll revisit this thread after I've retired and left the state.

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              • #9
                My agency has tons of stories... But I don't think the statute of limitations has run out on a lot of 'em
                You can trust just about every officer you work with to risk their life to save yours, but don't ever leave your lunch in the breakroom refrigerator.

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by RGDS View Post
                  It’s election season and some of us work for an elected official.

                  Maybe tomorrow?
                  Maybe in 2022.

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                  • RGDS
                    RGDS commented
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                    170,000 votes still to be counted.

                • #11
                  https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crim...ouble-homicide

                  This is beyond misconduct!

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                  • #12
                    Both of my prior departments has been in the news lately. Also heard rumors of open and or pending investigations on them.

                    I've had various complaints or allegations made against me from people I've had to deal with on traffic stops or at calls for services. None of them held up thanks to my body cam. Damn things saved me so many times I refuse to work with out one.

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                    • #13
                      Originally posted by not.in.MY.town View Post

                      I'll revisit this thread after I've retired and left the state.
                      Will you be heading west and participate in next year’s tricycle race?

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                      • #14
                        A small town department around here had a chief that was taking confiscated guns and, instead of destroying them per state law, was turning them in to a local gun shop in trade for firearms for department use. While that could have maybe been handled with a strong reprimand, what did him in was turning around and purchasing some of those confiscated guns -- with big discounts -- for personal use. He does construction now.

                        His replacement met an 'exotic dancer' while on a training trip, then hired her as an officer. A few months later, a love triangle developed between him, her, and another officer in the department. The chief fired the officer, the young lady at the heart of things quit, and then it all came out when the municipal board started asking questions about why half the force disappeared (it's a really small town).

                        The community disbanded their PD at that point and contracted with the county for LE services. That's worked out pretty well...except for the one deputy assigned to the community who got busted for child porn on his computer.

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                        • #15
                          Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

                          Will you be heading west and participate in next year’s tricycle race?
                          Absolutely! My chief told me to take my nude shenanigans out West...or else I risk yet ANOTHER misconduct complaint.

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