Read the responses from convicted police officers and their agencies

June 12, 2024, 9:36 pm

A Washington Post investigation found hundreds of police officers have sexually exploited kids.

The Washington Post obtained thousands of court filings, police records and other documents to report on law enforcement officers accused of crimes involving child sexual abuse. Read the findings of our investigation, Abused by the Badge.

Information about some of the officers, including whom they worked for, what they were convicted of and any comments they provided, appear in this key.

The Post tried to contact them and the lawyers who represented them in their criminal cases. Reporters requested comments from the law enforcement agencies that once employed the officers. Some responses were edited for length and clarity.

The convictions are listed as they appear in court records or were confirmed by prosecuting agencies. They may not be reflective of all conviction charges. If an officer had both state and federal cases, the federal case is listed.

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40 Percent of Police Officers Convicted of Child Sex Abuse Don’t Get Prison Time, Investigation Finds

 

 

 

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