PROTECT OUR AT RISK CHILDREN FROM A SEXUAL PREDATOR
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The Middle Tennessee Juvenile Detention Center, located at 1272 Lawson White Drive, Columbia, TN, houses at risk youths who have made poor decisions. They are often in state or county custody as a result of being involved in high risk behaviors, ranging from minor to severe. Many of these children are victims of sexual abuse. The Director of the facility, Tom Irwin, was stripped of his job as a Tennessee Highway Patrolman, due to his inappropriate sexual behavior towards a coworker. He appealed this termination and it was denied. Upon investigation, this is not the only job he has been terminated from as a result of sexual harassment. The following link describes his incident as a Tennessee Highway Patrolman. http://trace.tennessee.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4209&context=utk_lawopinions This man that committed such egregious acts, is now in charge of protecting and coordinating the care of young, vulnerable women. There have been instances of Mr. Irwin sexually harassing the female staff, even going so far as to stalk the daughter of one of the employees who shunned his advances. Mr. Irwin has shown a continuation of his sexual deviant behavior. His supervisor has been notified and no action has been taken. As concerned citizens of Maury County, we ask that DCS intervene on behalf of these vulnerable children. In addition, under Mr. Irwin's administration, children have been overdosed on medications such as Lithium, and children with asthma have been maced, despite medical professionals directing Mr. Irwin not to do so. Please help us protect these children.
Please contact Mrs. Bonnie Hommrich, the Director of DCS at the following contact points:
UBS Tower, 315 Deaderick, 10th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
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