Eureka Police Officers’ Association release statement following reports of inappropriate text messaging

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EUREKA, Calif. (KIEM) — Following accusations of crude and inappropriate text messaging between officers with the Eureka Police Department and a letter to the community from the Chief of Police Steve Watson, the Eureka Police Officers Association is speaking out.

The Police Officers’ Association released a statement Wednesday night calling the reported statements abhorrent, and says they do not reflect the character, integrity, or attitudes of the vast majority of department employees.

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The POA added they do not reflect the seriousness, maturity, or professional attitudes that this job demands. They also encourage a fair and prompt investigation into the matter.

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The statement went on to say, “The POA does not, and will not, condone violent, racist, sexist, or indifferent attitudes towards the community members we are sworn to protect and serve, or each other.”

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Assemblymember Jim Wood also released a statement condemning the behavior calling it unacceptable. The investigation launched by EPD will be conducted by an independent, third-party investigator.