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NAPD asks ISP to assist investigation into officer's allegations

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NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) – The chief of the New Albany Police Department is asking for assistance from Indiana State Police following allegations of inappropriate conduct made by an officer.

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According to a release from Mayor Jeff Gahan's office, during a Police Merit Commission meeting on  May 8, Patrol Officer Laura Schook made allegations of potential criminal acts committed by NAPD officers, in addition to allegations to officers falsifying comp time and engaging in inappropriate conduct.

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NAPD Police Chief Todd Bailey has requested ISP's help as a third party to fully investigate Schook's claims.

In order for ISP to get involved the request will need to be approved by the ISP Commission.

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