Commander promises detailed investigation into girl’s claim that cop wants to touch her breast – Kaieteur News

The Commander promises a detailed investigation into a woman’s claim that a cop wants to touch her breast

Georgetown area Police Manager Simon McBean.

Kaieteur News – Georgetown district manager Simon McBean has promised that an in-depth investigation will be conducted following an allegation that one of his ranks wanted to touch a girl almost instead of taking a report.
That allegation was made by Sofia (not her real name), who is currently in the locks for killing her ex-boyfriend, Darren Harris, 46, last Thursday.
Commander McBean said he was made aware of the allegation following an article published in the Monday, April 5, 2021 issue of this newspaper.
Sofia had told this newspaper that she and her father, Ivan Nedd, had gone to report against Harris at Turkeyen Police Station on Saturday March 27, 2021. It is alleged that Harris had threatened to stab Sofia and her father with a broken bottle for “putting it out.”
In attempting to produce that report, the woman alleged that a “tall, black, fat” policeman based there had been called into her office to deal with the matter.
However, instead of taking her statement, he asked her if she was almost real and could he touch them. Sofia had said to her annoyance and in response said, “Look I didn’t bring hay fuh deh on silly.” She then walked out of the police station with her father without being able to compile the report.
Her father had told this media house in a separate interview that he had reported the alleged sexual harassment his daughter had suffered to police ranks.
McBean said he had checked on the matter and so far, there was no record of the man making that report. In fact, he added that he could find no record of a domestic violence report being made at Turkeyen Police Station.
However, she noted that the woman was in custody and her allegations will be included in her statement. Once her official statement is included, McBean said, “the matter will have to be investigated in detail.”