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MIAMI-DADE SCHOOLS rou DEPARTMENT INTERNAL AFFA\ COMPLAINT mare AND REFERRAL FORM 1D SHEET INCIDENT. INFORMATION 1 CASE NU NUMBER: 1A#12-003 _ —| UNK S Beet UNK UNK “Thin {bate 8128 Sa] weonespay | Time: 1630 Received! oszen012 [Davi NESDAY mer | 3 [Target Date: | ea a MONDAY TF Tims Ae Date: (ine | 0923/2012 Day: Sunpay —_|_Time: | 4630 i 1630 He: i al col | MAN DRE SCHOOLS [ovation Sfeet | 2960 NW 43° TERRACE M ‘Address MIAMI, FL 93442, ool | INVESTIGATIVE OMISION 1. a i‘ Allegatio | PROPER PROCEDURES Berson COMMANDER EDWIN LOPEZ Date of Birth: | exert | Place oF Business: adress: City/StaterZIP 100 NW 2” AVENUE MIAMI, FL 33127, Home: Business: | 2 eet NA | olophoneiExt: 305-787-7708 NIA ntIG : —]~Strest Address [Parenueuarsion: | _ NA L see a Home Business | relophon [NA | ralophore ale NA = caiuler | wh cage] vee | mT PaTeGaee | — citation “ ‘arrested? | XL Number Numbor: vA Sompiamant | ves TNO 5 4 | incarcerated? x _[rsenieree EMPLOYEE INFORMATION WILLIAMTAGLE — | Empi.#: | 204868 | DOB: Race!) wna ‘Sex! Investigative Non Division _| S¥°% sworn SERGEANT Assignment: BRIEF CASE SYNOPSIS} Narrative: ‘On Wednesday, March 28, 2012, Charles J Hurley, Chief, Miami-Dade Schools Police Department (MDSPD), received information that during the course of an internal affairs investigation, a witness stated that Deanna Fox-Williams Commander, Bradley Rosh, Sergeant, Wiliam Tagle, Sergeant and Gylmar Ochoa, Detective, MDSPD, were potentially involved in the printing/viewing/photographing of various police report(s) and evidence from the MOSPD Property and Evidence Room. The police reports and property all involved deceased and former student of Miami-Dade County Public School skilled in Sanford, Florida in February of 2012, and the case is a focus point of a racially charged event and controversial death investigation, drawing national attention, The report(s) and property, which were confidential and had not been released to the publicimedia, were| potentially released in an unauthorized manner violating departmental policies and procedures, as well as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Commander Fox- Williams, Sergeant Tagle, Sergeant Rosh and Detective Ochoa, had no apparent reason to view/printiphotograph these police reports and property since the cases were exceptionally cleared and never referred fo the Investigative Division for follow up, according the Chief| Hurley. REVIEWED BY: Sergeant: Commander: | CASE ASSIGNED T [CASE CLASSIFICATION) RC si SERGEANT: | _EDWARD TORRENS : MARCH 28, 2012 Chief of Police: FINAL APPROVAL: : = Date: ANNEX-A { ( MEMORANDUM €L/2011-12#083 March 29, 2012 &L/305-995-7703 TO: William Tagle, Sergeant, investigative Division Miami-Dade Schpols Police Department FROM; ~~ EdWi Lopez, Commander, internal Affairs Unit Miami-Dade Schools Police Department SUBJECT: NOTIFICATION OF COMPLAINT CASE IA# 12-003 NAME OF COMPLAINANT: Charles J. Hurley, Chief of Police NATURE OF THE COMPLAINT: Improper Procedure SPECIFIC ALLEGATION: On Wednesday, March 28, 2012, the Chief of Police, Charles Hurley, received information that during the course of an internal affairs investigation, a witness stated that 4 departmental personnel, Commander Deanna Fox-Williams, Sergeant Bradley Rosh, Sergeant Willlam Tagle and Detective Gylmar Ochoa, were potentially involved in the printing/viewing/photographing of various police report(s) and evidence from the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department (MDSPD) Property and Evidence Room. The police reports and property all involved ), a deceased child and former student of Miami-Dade County Public 5. 28 killed in Sanford, Florida in February of 2012, and the case is a focus point of a racially charged event and ‘controversial death investigation, drawing national attention. The report(s) and property, which were confidential and had not been released to the. publicimedia, were potentially released in an unauthorized manner violating departmental policies and procedures, as well as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Commander Fox- Williams, Sergeant Rosh, Sergeant Tagle and Detective Ochoa, had no apparent reason to view/prin/photograph these police reports and property’ since the cases were exceptionally cleared and never referred to the Investigative Division for follow up, according to Chief Hurley. ‘An Investigation is being conducted by the Internat Affairs Unit reference the above allegation. You have been named as the subject in this complaint. You are hereby ordered not to discuss this Internal Affairs investigation with anyone except your union to completion of the investigation. in addition, subject employees 1. Independently participating in the investigation. 2. Being present during any investigative contact with the complainant(s) witnesses. 3. Contacting the complainant's witnesses concerning the allegations, 4. Disclosing or discussing the existence or facts of a complaint with anyone except designated authorities conducting the investigation Any violation of this order will result in disciplinary action, Please contact the Internal Affairs Unit Commander within five (5) business days of receipt of this memorandum to schedule an appointment. ites: (QT one 4/059