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Hagen Grievance Memo

Hagen Grievance Memo

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Published by Tristan Hallman
Gene Hagen's grievance against the Dallas police department for the way the department handled an internal affairs probe into the training academy.
Gene Hagen's grievance against the Dallas police department for the way the department handled an internal affairs probe into the training academy.

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S/N 753-036-018
"Dallas, The City That Works: Diverse, Vibrant and Progressive.”
 SUP-00987A
Memorandum
 
DATE
: May 21, 2014
TO:
Deputy Chief Malik Al’Aziz
 Support Services Division
SUBJECT:
 Grievance On April 23, 2014, I was ordered to go to Internal Affairs and answer questions related to the PVOC (Police Vehicle Operations Course) program and Recruit Taylor of Class # 335. I was escorted into the interview room by an IAD detective and was given a Garrity
warning ordering me to answer IAD’s questions truthfully or be subject to discipline up to
and including termination. The detective gave me a sheet of paper with three (3) questions on it and ask me to read the questions and answer them. The questions were: 1, Have you ever tested a recruit until they passed? 2. Have you ever observed any other instructor test a recruit until they passed? 3. Have you ever been directed or directed anyone to test a recruit until they passed?
I told the detective that my answer to all three questions were “Yes”. When I told him my
answers, he left the room and did not return. An IAD sergeant came into the room and took over the interview. I told the sergeant what the answers to the questions were and he attempted to intimidate and bully me into answering the questions differently. I asked the sergeant if I would be handwriting a statement or typing it on a computer. He said I would be typing the statement. I got up from the table and walked around to the computer where I observed the same three questions had been pre-typed on the computer monitor. All three questions had already
 been answered “No.”
 I told the s
ergeant that the answers to the questions were not “No”, but “Yes”, and tried to explain why I thought that. He stated that the questions required only a simple “Yes” or “No” answer and that no explanation would be necessary.
 I then attempted to change t
he answers from “No” to “Yes” and the sergeant stopped me.
 
The sergeant tried to clarify question #1 (”Have you ever tested a recruit until they  passed?”) by saying, “Is there a practice at the Dallas Police Academy of passing recruits until they pass.” I
 said No. He then said that the answer to question # 1 has to be No.

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