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Man, we thought “fu*kin for tracks” was bad, but this is ridiculous:

Hormones are raging among the NYPD’s school safety agents. The Police Department’s School Safety Division is a raunchy, sexually charged environment where some female agents regularly engage in down-and-dirty noontime affairs with bosses inside department vehicles — and then boast about their sleazy shenanigans to co-workers, according to a federal complaint.

The bawdy behavior between a number of the female school-safety agents and their horndog male bosses at the unit’s Long Island City, Queens, headquarters — including the midday sex romps on city time — has allegedly led to the women being provided an array of special benefits and privileges. Those advantages allegedly include chauffeured drives to and from their homes, overtime, promotions — and even cash gifts. In one alleged instance, two female school-safety agents were reputedly involved in simultaneous affairs with senior supervisor Gary Armstead, the deputy director of the school-safety division, and the situation led to “frequent fights at work because this was a love triangle that everyone knew about,” the federal complaint claims.

Armstead — who was purported to have handled the unpleasant work situation by transferring one of the two women and promoting the other — denied any wrongdoing when confronted by The Post outside his Brooklyn residence. “You’re telling me something I know nothing about. I have no idea what you’re talking about,” he said.
“Anybody who has any allegations of sexual harassment knows they are supposed to call OEEO,” he added, referring to the NYPD Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, which probes such complaints.

The sensational claims of the widespread sexual goings-on were raised in a shocking federal discrimination complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by a pair of former school safety agents, Charisse West, 30 and Shameca James, 29. The two women claim that they were sexually harassed and wrongly dismissed from their jobs in June 2010 because they wouldn’t go along with the widespread hanky-panky in their unit, which provides security for the city’s schools. “The atmosphere consisted of unwanted sexual advances from male supervisors, lewd comments and suggestions of quid pro quo,” the pair charged in their complaint.

James, a single mother of a 4-year-old boy, said the degree of raunchy behavior was stunning — and some of the women involved weren’t at all shy about letting everyone else know that they were trading sexual behavior for favors. “Everything was being done in front of us — it wasn’t a secret at all. The women who agreed to have sex with their bosses would actually brag about it,” James charged.

West, a mother of three, added: “I can’t take the fact that if you don’t sleep with certain people, you don’t make the cut — you lose your job.” The lawyer who represents the pair, Eric Saunders of Manhattan, said the message was clear. “The women who were sleeping with the supervisors were being treated better than the other agents,” Saunders said. The NYPD had no comment on the filing, but Greg Floyd, president of Teamsters Local 237, decried the behavior that the women described. “Civil-service laws are subject to New York state and New York City rules and have to be followed. As far as the allegations go, they have to be investigated by the New York City Police Department,” he said.

Wow. And these are the people who are supposed to be responsible for the safety of the New York City schools??? SMH.

Nasty azzes.



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