Boiling Spring Lakes Police Chief Gregory Jordan Cleared of Allegations
On May 6, 2020 the City of Boiling Spring Lakes requested that the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office conduct an independent investigation into allegations from a former police officer that Police Chief Gregory Jordan had sexually harassed female officers under his command. On May 29, 2020 the Sheriff's Office completed their investigation and provided the attached report summary that found that the claims made to be "unfounded".
"I would like to personally thank BCSO Chief Deputy Charlie Miller and his team of investigators for completing their investigation and also Chief Jordan and the members of the BSL Police Department for their cooperation and willingness to work with the BCSO to complete this matter in a timely fashion. I sincerely hope that this will remove the cloud of suspicion that has hung over the department these past few weeks. We value the public service that all of our officers, both male and female, bring to our city on a daily basis," stated City Manager Jeff Repp. "The report includes some information that the Chief and I will now use to improve the communications within the department to hopefully avoid any chances of conversations being misinterpreted by fellow employees going forward."
Brunswick County Sheriff's Report
For more information please contact City Manager Jeff Repp at (910) 363-0025 or email@example.com
Monday, June 1, 2020 2:11:00 PM