Sex between supervisors and subordinates, sexual harassment, and perceptions of a “good old boys club” that receives promotions and favorable treatment may contribute to a hostile work environment within the Orange County District Attorney’s investigations bureau, according to an Orange County Grand Jury report released Tuesday.
Orange County officials are taking issue with a recent grand jury’s report findings that the county has an inadequate number of foster homes, overworked social workers, and a lack of oversight on contracts with outside agencies.
Amidst video game violence summits, sea lion legislation, judicial recalls, Voice of OC Publisher Norberto Santana Jr. notes recent grand jury report on county animal shelter is a stark reminder to electeds to stay focused on the job at hand.
Supervisors say enforcement by the state Fair Political Practices Commission would lead to a more accountable system. There is confusion, however, about whether it would lead to an increase in contribution limits.