Correction officer found not guilty of failing to secure his post
Correction officer found not guilty of failing to secure his post New York City Department of Correction v Long, OATH Index #2464/09
OATH Administrative Law Judge Tynia Richard recommended dismissal of a charge that a correction officer failed to secure his post. The evidence showed that the lock on an entrance door was broken when New York City corrections officer Macklin Long arrived for his shift and that the officer on duty before him told him that he had already filed a work order.
As Department rules provide that no more than one work order should be filed for anything out of order, ALJ Richard dismissed the charge.
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