Arizona Appeals Court reverses $375K award in Surprise harassment case
The Arizona Court of Appeals reversed a jury's decision to award $375,000 to a former Surprise police detective who quit after department leaders failed to address her complaints of harassment.
The appellate-court decision came down to a technicality, saying the case involved sexual harassment, not more general workplace harassment, and should've gone through different channels.
Alicia Peterson, a decorated Marine who worked for the Surprise Police Department from 2005 to 2010, sued the department in 2011 when the harassment she endured, which included cyberbullying and threats of physical... read more
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