This article was submitted by Creative Loafing writer Gwen Stuart. It appears that the Red Dog unit continues to have serious issues and allegations of misconduct, giving the Atlanta Police Department a black eye. "On Sunday night, WSBTV aired interviews
with Vance Perry and a man who'd go only by Clarence, both of whom say
they were either inappropriately strip searched or fondled by officers.
In late January, two other men, Brian Kidd and Shawn Venegas filed a lawsuit against the APD claiming they were strip and subsequently cavity searched beside a busy street." the article states.
In the Protective Services industry, although the duties may differ, they common bond of being willing to put your life at risk for others creates a bond between these band of brothers (and sisters). What ever can be done to preserve the outlook of these unique professional should always remain at the highest level. For the full story, see the link below: