The complainant alleges that an Austin Police officer was aggressive when responding to a call, making the complainant feel targeted. Furthermore, they did not respond to the complainant with follow-up information.
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NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
January 28, 2022
ICMS #: 2022-0064
On January 26, 2022 the OPO received a phone complaint.
The complainant alleges: APD responded to a call, accused her, and was kind of hostile. The
officer was trying to confuse her with the time frame when she was trying to give him her report.
The officer told her that her friend was not credible. When she invited the officer in, and she went
to her room he started stepping around trying to look in her room. All of that was not necessary
and she does not feel like she should have been treated that way. The way the officer came at her
had her overheated and upset and she felt very discriminated against. The officer only gave her
the badge numbers
, but no crash report or anything else. APD did not
come to help her out, but just to accuse her, and asked her to tell him how the crash happened. She
was told by the officer that her ID was in the car, and she was assuming it was somewhere else, so
she was calling around to find it. The officer did not give her any information, so she was stuck
at a standstill for days wondering where her information was and what she was at loss for.
This notice of complaint is a request for Internal Affairs to initiate an investigation to determine
if the employee conduct is within compliance of APD policy, Civil Service Rules, and Municipal
Civil Service Rules.