CA: Sexual misconduct allegations made against California correctional officer; 22 potential victims identified

Source: 12/28/22

Allegations that a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation officer sexually abused nearly two dozen incarcerated women has been sent to a district attorney’s office for possible charges, CDCR officials said Wednesday.

An investigation began in July after the CDCR’s Office of Internal Affairs discovered information that suggested Officer Gregory  was assaulting women at the Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

Officials identified more than 22 potential victims as a result of the investigation, the CDCR stated in a news release.

“____ shamefully hid behind his badge and used it to victimize a vulnerable population,” CCWF Warden Mike Pallares said. “We look forward to him being held accountable to the furthest extent of the law.”

____ began his career with the CDCR as a cadet on July 22, 1995, and became a correctional officer after graduating that September. He was transferred to the women’s facility in September of 2010.

“The department resolutely condemns any staff member, especially a peace officer, who violates their oath and shatters the trust of the public,” CDCR Secretary Jeff Macomber said.

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I’ll skip the sarcastic comment about the value of the public registry and the bastion of intgrity known as the CDCR and leave this here. My apologies if already shared.

These type of stories continue almost daily now. See link to the latest story concerning the Los Angeles Probation department.

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