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Human Rights Bureau rules against DOC in Havre case

The chief of the Montana Human Rights Bureau wants the state to institute two hours of sexual harassment training every two years for all probation and parole officers after a bureau investigator determined that a probation officer in Havre had sexually harassed one of his clients.

Human Rights Bureau Chief Katherine Kountz also wants the state Department of Corrections to provide copies of the state's nondiscrimination and antiharassment policies to every person who is on probation or parole.

Kountz suggested the changes in department policy in a two-page letter attached to a report by Hum...

 

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