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Former Officer Paul Paris claims he was the first person to blow the whistle in 2013 on sexual abuse of minors by officers in the department but has suffered "tremendous consequences" as a result.
Kimberly Maffet claimed she was retaliated against in part because she learned a U of L coach (described only as “Coach 3”) “was having an affair with a co-employee,” violating the university’s sexual harassment policy.
Aaron Smith claims the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet fired him when he refused to agree that James Erwin, the commissioner responsible for the state prison system, had committed wrongdoing.
"We were so pissed," said the source, who was deployed to Travis Air Force Base to greet Americans returning home from China and Japan.
They told supervisors and a prosecutor that evidence was being taken from the Elizabethtown post property rooms and secure lots between July and November of this year for “personal gain” by two troopers.
An employee with the state commission alleges she was pressured to drop a complaint that her supervisor falsified records and committed misconduct, according to documents obtained by WDRB News
In a lawsuit, Former Kentucky corrections commissioner Jim Erwin claimed he was fired for expressing disagreement and concern with how internal investigations are handled at the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet.
Rep. Jeff Hoover lost his leadership role in the state house a sexual harassment case.
A jury trial earlier this month ended with Harper winning a $300,000 verdict, but his lawyers say they worked on the case since June 2017.
Deputy police chief Michael Sullivan acknowledged Tuesday that Chief Steve Conrad was ultimately “responsible” for an inaccurate form describing why Lt. Jimmy Harper was demoted from his position as major.