Police Officers Often Punished For Coming Forward In Sexual Harassment Cases

Police officers often punished for coming forward in sexual harassment cases

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Police Officers Often Punished For Coming Forward In Sexual Harassment Cases” – below is their description.

An NBC News investigation of law enforcement agencies across the country found officers are often punished for reporting sexual harassment cases. Stephanie Gosk shares the stories of four LAPD officers who sued the city over harassment and retaliation.

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