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Firefighting News: D.C. Inspector General: Fire Instructors May Have Acted Inappropriately, No Harassment

The District's inspector general has concluded that two D.C. fire department instructors displayed behavior that was potentially inappropriate" but that they did not sexually harass female cadets this year at the training academy, reports The Washington Post. One of the instructors was suspended for nearly three weeks without pay. D.C. police took a report of the incident, but criminal charges were never filed. The instructors were removed from the academy when the allegations were made earlier this year; it is unclear what position they currently hold. The investigation was conducted by the fire department's Equal Employment Opportunity office under the orders of D.C. Inspector G...

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