San Diego Sgt. Pleads Guilty of Stalking Fellow Officer
September 27, 2011
A San Diego Police sergeant pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors relating to the stalking of a fellow officer, which could allow him to keep his job and continue to carry a firearm.
Sgt. Kenneth Davis, 48, was sentenced to three years of probation. He also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of making harassing phone calls. Davis must now take an anti-stalking class, complete 10 days of work service, and pay restitution.
The victim was a fellow officer who broke off the relationship with him in early 2010. Sgt. Davis continued to contact his former girlfriend, even after co-workers warned him to stop.
Source: San Diego Union Tribune.
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Suzanne Kurth @ 9/27/2011 3:24 PM
So this is what passes for headline news for Women in Law Enforcement? Yes, a female officer was victimized, by a male officer no less, but how does this story as presented provide any training and/or professional benefit for female officers? How about a serious exploration of the professional implications of being a female officer in a male-dominated profession? Get rid of the fluff and gossip and provide something meaningful!
Suzanne Kurth @ 9/27/2011 3:25 PM
Sorry, in my earlier post, I neglected to change the number of stars. I rate this story as a one-star - I'd rate it no stars but that option isn't offered.
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