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  • JB diligence
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    I suggest as Bern said getting his side, then if he admits to the accusation I believe a suspension is in order.

    The point is the officer gave someone access where she was not to be, how well does he know her? What might she be looking for? This is a huge breach of OPSEC and needs to be addressed.

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  • HotelSecurity
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    Am I reading this right? A woman who finds her boyfriend is two timing her goes to his work & makes these claims, then refuses to put it in writing? If I am reading correctly I would be very very very careful about disaplining the Officer. I don't know how the labour laws are where you are but here making an accusation like that could cost the company a lot.

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  • BadBoynMD
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    Welp, my companies policy states that a written complaint must be filled out, signed AND notarized. If a person goes as far as to have all this done, specially on a legal document, then there maybe cause to pursue a investigation. If not, then oh well. We're all human and feelings happen. However, certain professional lines shouldn't be crossed. Sounds like playa-playa needs a good arse chewing behind closed doors.

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  • K-9 Aussie
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    Is it possible to suspend him from duty immediately, pending a full and proper investigation into the allergation/s made? That way it gives you time to investigate the mater and get all the evidence you require incase he takes legal action himself against his employer for unfair dismissal etc?

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  • Bern Wheaton
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    Right now your going on here say ,you can't judge him until you get his story or the one with the complaint to come fourth and write it down.

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  • Andy Taylor
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    Assuming the aligations are true, I agree with your assessment as to what should happen to the officer. My next step would be to confront the officer directly, and see what his story is. Is there any surveillence footage of any of the areas in question?

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  • Hmmm, slightly difficult situation here...

    Not in my eyes, but....

    here's the story; I show up for shift tonight, and one of my Officers says he has some info to pass along to me... OK, what is it says I...

    My Officer had been approached by an employee of our client, and stated that she had some information regarding a current Officer at our post; Come to find out that the Officer in question had been seing the Female client employee, during Duty hours, and had gone as far as picking her up from her job in the hotel and taking her with him on his out of area patrols, and according to her, "kissing, holding hands, going into secure buildings together" and according to what one of my Officers stated, seemed to imply doing way more than "holding hands" on several occasions while still on client property...

    So, I tell this Officer to approach the employee and have her fill out and sign a statement as a physical document; After a time (about 45 minutes), I contact my Officer and he tells me she is so upset over the whole thing that she refuses to provide a written statement, assumingly due to embarrassment or pending repercussions...

    See, the Officer the employee was fooling around with already had a Girlfriend, and she found out about it and was taken aback, to say the least...

    This apparently would explain why my Officer would go out 10-44 but never call it over the radio, but would call 10-45 once he returned; According to her verbal statement, he would pick her up someplace with a lot of cars in the area, and would not radio that he was leaving his immediate patrol area, presumably to give himself that much more leeway as far as time constraints...

    Once this hotel employee found out that he did in fact have a current Girlfriend, she had a bit of a meltown (expectedly...), and spilled the beans...

    Myself and the other Team Leader were pretty much hit broadside with this info, so naturally we did the next thing; Contact your immediate supervisor...

    As the investigation into this Officer's practices are ongoing, I'm not entirely sure how this thing may go.... BUT...


    If the decision were entirely up to me, the Officer in question would have less than 24 hrs. to come to the office and turn in his uniforms and equipment; Something about "Conduct Unbecoming", falsifying documents (since he had stated he had done interior building patrols when he had not), ethics issues, and the simple fact that the Officer for all intents and purposes, can no longer be trusted to discharge his duties in the best interests of the Client and the Company...

    Personally, and IMHO, this Officer would have exactly 24 hours to return whatever equipment was issued to him, and find another line of work; Another thing that frightens me is that only current employees are authorized to be in our Company vehicles... I can just imagine the debacle that would/could arise from a traffic accident involving a client employee riding in the same vehicle as our Officer does...
    Last edited by flashlightcop509; 07-26-2007, 09:59 AM.

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