Lawsuit Challenges Employer’s Access To Personal Cell Phone Records

TRENTON, NJ – Cops in the Jersey Shore town of Bradley Beach want to prevent their bosses from having access to their cellphone bills to see if they’ve been chit-chatting at work. In a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, the union representing Bradley Beach police officers asked a judge to put an end to a policy […]

Firefighter Awarded $183,000 In Sexual Harassment Cases Against City

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – A female Albuquerque firefighter was awarded $183,000 in damages Friday after a jury ruled in her favor in a lawsuit that accused fellow city firefighters of sexual harassment. The 2nd Judicial District Court jury found the city violated the New Mexico Human Rights Act and that firefighter Adele Parker, who also goes […]

After Nepotism Scandal, California City Selects New Fire Chief

GARDEN GROVE, CA – After nearly two years of turmoil in the Garden Grove Fire Department, the city has picked Tom Schultz, the deputy chief of operations for the Fullerton and Brea Fire departments, to replace its embattled former fire chief David Barlag. Schultz will assume his new position April 29, according to a city […]

Veteran Police Officer Could Be Fired For Racial Facebook Posts

IRONDEQUOIT, NY – Tough action is taken against a veteran Irondequoit police officer accused of posting racially offensive comments on Facebook. Local blogger, Davy V., first reported on the posts, March 19. The next day, the town put the officer on administrative leave and started an internal investigation. “The results of the investigation show that […]