The Philadelphia Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division (IAD) recently released the results of its investigation into a 2003 incident in which an officer jailed two Philadelphia women, who were never charged with a crime, and then ordered them to undress and perform sex acts on each other.
One of the women filed a complaint just hours later, but the case dragged on because police department procedure requires criminal charges to come before internal investigations. The woman settled a lawsuit with the city last year for $17,500.
The IAD report uncovered misconduct by several officers but did not report what discipline, if any, resulted.
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