IA: Audit says employee at Iowa sex offense treatment unit falsified husband’s work hours to collect more than $50,000

[msn.com – 6/2/21]

Iowa’s sex offense treatment facility is facing questions over falsified time card records said to have netted an employee and her husband more than $52,000 in unearned income.

For more than a year, the administrative assistant manipulated records to show her husband — a part-time employee of the facility — was working at times he wasn’t, according to an investigation released Wednesday by the state auditor’s office.

Over about 18 months, Renae Rapp was able to orchestrate at least $52,618.19 in excessive pay for her husband, Adam, the report said.

No criminal charges have been filed.

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This just in…….a person getting treatment at the facility was 5 minutes late for a session and received a 5 yr prison sentence for failing to have a valid excuse. (sarcasm).

Nice architecture. Sure looks like a prison to me – nice tall, razor-topped fences. Oh, but it’s “civil”, right?? 🙄

50k is sock change of all that is being ripped off across the the country when it comes to anything to do with the registry , complete waste , that money could be used for helping people when reentering society , or help people stay in housing , you know something positive rather than the negative ? Home Coming