Posts Tagged ‘Psychologist Pam McCauley’

Harassment at ADOC, Fraud & Malfeasance and Real Sexual Harassment (Quid Pro Quo) [Sex in Exchange for a Senior Position] Using ASRS Wrongly as a Reward System for the Harassment of Others

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Harassment at ADOC, Fraud & Malfeasance and Real Sexual Harassment (Quid Pro Quo)  [Sex in Exchange for a Senior Position]  Using ASRS Wrongly as a Reward System for the Harassment of Others

 

ASRS Fraud

 

asrsfraud-001

 

Attached is a series of letters (scanned & .pdf forms) detailing part of the harassment to which I was subjected.  For one, my Hazard Duty Pay may have been meager but was wrongly terminated in order to harass me.  Those who harassed me were rewarded by being allowed to remain on the job after their malfeasance costing the State tens of thousands of dollars if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in order to reach the 10 year service mark to achieve an increased multiplier after successfully targeting me for eventual (wrongful) termination.

 

Namely, Pam McCauley was allowed to remain a State employee for the purposes of further harassing me and in order to pad her retirement.  Isn’t malfeasance a felony?  Especially at this level?

 

 

ADOC Internal Affairs Investigation #2004-1446 Part II

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

 

ADOC Internal Affairs Investigation #2004-1446

 

For the most part the charges were “established” in e-mail exchanges between my superior Supervising Psychologist III Suzanne Arnold, Ph.D. and her superior Pamela C. McCauley, Ph.D.  Thus, while some may claim I could have appealed through my chain of command that was impossible.  There was no opportunity to seek relief as all in my chain of command right up to Steven Ickes and Dora Schriro were working together.

 

ADOC Internal Affairs Investigation 2004-1446

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

 

Here it is in scanned and .pdf forms for your convenience and entertainment,  education and evaluation.  I will have much more to say about this “set up.”  Comments to come.  Here is my copy unedited by me with the sole exception of removal of one piece of critical information, my SSN.

Please <right click> on it and <save as> in order to conserve bandwidth.  This is a public document and since our illustrious legislators decided not to make State employee records private, anyone can have access to anything about any Arizona State employee at any time!

20041446ed

First Internal Affairs Investigation