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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Next Stop, The UN?

Wellington, New Zealand:
A New Zealand policewoman has been censured for some unauthorized "undercover" work -- a stint moonlighting as a prostitute -- but is being allowed to keep her day job after giving up the night duties.
She has been counseled over the matter, which "under police procedures .... amounts to a censure," said Deputy Police Commissioner Lyn Provost.

I see it now- every motorist pulled over will claim that he was, ah, propositioned....
Yes, there are obvious problems with a cop doing this. I kind of question her still being on the force. She couldn't moonlight as a bartender? It shows very bad judgment.
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