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Misconduct News

L.A. County deputies arrested for prisoner abuse

Eighteen L.A. sheriffs deputies face charges of prisoner abuse, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice in an ongoing FBI jail abuse investigation.

Op-Ed: Police mail targeted letters without any evidence of wrongdoing

From Oakland, California to Sanford, Florida law enforcement agencies are beginning to mail letters to those suspected of looking for prostitutes without any evidence that they have ever committed a crime.

Base Commander removed from command charged with sexual assault

Wainwright - A Canadian base commander has been removed from command and charged with sexual assault and drunkenness and disgraceful conduct. Major David Yurczyszyn's indiscretions allegedly occurred in November 2012.

12 Obama Secret Service guards in Colombia relieved of duty

Cartagena - A dozen Secret Service agents providing security for President Obama at the summit in Colombia have been sent home following allegations of misconduct. According to sources, the allegations involved at least one of the agents consorting with prostitutes.

Chief constable admits to gross midconduct, keeps job

Grahame Maxwell, chief constable of the North Yorkshire Police, was given a final written warning after admitting to gross misconduct.

Palin Aides Set To Testify In Troopergate Probe

A group of seven Alaskan state employees have agreed to testify in a probe into alleged abuses of power by Republican Vice-Presidential nominee, Sarah Palin. The seven officials had previously refused to testify to the Alaska Legislative Council.

NFL to Crackdown on Players Misconduct

The NFL has said 'Enough' to all the misconduct by the players.

Allegations of sexual misconduct against four priests

"A conference on Friday February 16,2007,will announce the commencement of a number of civil lawsuits against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie related to the sexual abuse of minors by clergy."

Bank of China to Pay $20 Million in Fines

NEW YORK (voa) - China's main foreign exchange bank has agreed to pay $20 million in fines to settle charges of misconduct by the former management at one its New York branches. Under the agreement, the Bank of China will pay $10 million each to th...
 

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