Pregnant officer who alleged discrimination gets $51K

Officer Kathleen DelanoyOCEAN TOWNSHIP — A township police officer who alleges she was discriminated against during her pregnancy will receive a $51,000 judgment from the township. Kathleen J. Delanoy, an officer on the Ocean Township force for 13 years, said in a lawsuit the department wrote a set of guidelines after her pregnancy in July 2011 barring her…

Posted: February 1st, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County News, Ocean Township | Tags: , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Pregnant officer who alleged discrimination gets $51K”

  1. public employees said at 6:15 pm on February 1st, 2016:

    So to recap, a public employee files some civil/non-criminal complaint against her public employer and then a public taxpayer funded judge awards the woman $51K of taxpayer money, and the other, discriminating employees keep their jobs and don’t pay a monetary penalty or lose their jobs.

    Sounds a bit like Joe Ferraina’s scam in Long Branch — http://www.moremonmouthmusings.net/2014/01/28/settlement-reached-in-lawsuit-of-long-branch-boe-ferraina/

    $600K bonus from taxpayers for, allegedly, being harassed, harasser continues to get his full pension, no penalty.

    Add this to the list of things wrong in this crooked country.