Posts Tagged ‘failure to report’

RFI No. 05-02 ARNOLD Complaint Screening Committee February 14, 2005

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

05-02sa

During this brief recording one can hear Dr. Susan Arnold address the Complaint Screening Committee.  At the end of this brief three person Complaint Screening Committee (CSC) discussion one may hear the vote to dismiss the charges against Dr. Arnold, including her failure to report. 

 

Consider this in light of the vote regarding the psychologist in question who married her inmate patient (see published recording of CSC 05-04AM.mp3). 

In my opinion, because Dr. Arnold was an employee of the State, the CSC voted to fall in step and voted to protect Dr. Arnold and hence the State and possibly ADOC.  While the CSC voted to drop the charges (see my report) against Dr. Arnold, in part because Dr. Anne Middaugh was no longer a State employee, the Board elected to pursue Dr. Middaugh.

 

The CSC voted with the exception of one individual to refer Dr. Middaugh case to the full Board.  The sole dissenter was public member Joseph Donaldson—Donaldson always votes to defend the State.  I suppose a successful “professional politician” knows he’d better support the State machinery and State employees least they not support him.

My Presentation 17 Dec 2008 Before the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners RFI No. 08-23 TREZISE

Monday, December 29th, 2008

Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners

 

Complaint Screening Committee

 

17 December 2008

 

Re:     RFI No. 08-23, John Trezise, Ph.D.

 

 

What this Board needs to know is that Dr. John Trezise has a history and a pattern of targeting subordinates and coworkers.  Rather than use his position and skills as a supervising psychologist to shore others up, Dr. Trezise has targeted others unfairly in a sick manner.  Besides me I personally know three other mental health professionals he has targeted and harassed.

 

My concern is Trezise has a history and, although I have no professional opinion, it appears somewhat pathological.  I remember Dr. Trezise commenting to me candidly and often about his “paranoia.”  His words not mine.  Even during our last discussion in April 2006 on site at Special Management Unit II at the Arizona State Prison Complex—Eyman, he mocked himself and his own paranoia:  “You know, my paranoia.”

 

This Board stands apprised and needs to look into the sadistic nature of Dr. Trezise’s interactions in targeting his subordinate co-workers.  Rather than shore up & build up other employees, Dr. Trezise has a history of targeting others unfairly for termination.

 

Since I stopped working for Dr. Trezise, I am certain he has targeted other employees.  Moreover, I am confident he will continue his pattern of targeting others rather than attempting to groom them and help them develop.  In fact, right now he is probably working upon another subordinate.

 

Lastly, Dr. Trezise knows exactly how he got his position as head of the Sex Offender Treatment Program at Florence—West, the private penitentiary.  More importantly, Dr. Trezise knows exactly why Dr. Arnold was fired (getting caught in the act of having sex with her inmate patient by nursing staff), yet Trezise has failed to make the requisite report due this Board.