Female Officer Sues NorCal Department
August 10, 2009
Officer Lisa Capocci says in the suit that the Concord Police Department, Chief David Livingston and other unnamed superior officers in the department discriminated against her after she complained that her supervisor was sending messages like "I love you" through the computer messaging system in her patrol car, MercuryNews.com reports.
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smudd55 @ 8/12/2009 4:11 AM
That is sad. What age are we living in? We still see stories like this all over. It also makes me sick that this happens in an occupation that holds itself at a higher standard than most. Things like that undermine the integrity of each officer. Now every officer in that department is a "harasser." In the publics eyes, if one is doing it, then they must all be doing it.
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