http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/6162512.htm Pennsylvania's state police commissioner will release details today of his internal review, which shows that 14 department employees were fired for sexual misconduct, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The state police's Bureau of Professional Responsibility investigated 163 allegations of sexual misconduct from 1995 to 2001 and was able to substantiate 68 of them, a source familiar with the findings told the Inquirer. In all, 79 state police employees - 75 troopers, two liquor control agents, and two civilian employees - were . . .
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