Officer Fired After Allegedly Using Body Cam To Make Porn

Posted On : 08/17/2018

SUPERIOR, ARIZONA — This officer used his body camera for multi-faceted situations other than police work. Even while on duty, he accused of manufacturing porn with it.

According to Arizona’s Family, former Superior police officer Anthony Doran was fired after investigators say — as aforementioned — he used his police-issue body camera to record himself having sex while on the job.

The source further reports that allegations were made in a civil complaint by a man accusing Doran and three others of excessive force.

HOW IT WAS FOUND

Reportedly, in March, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office began an administrative investigation into pornographic material found on Doran’s work computer.

NOTE: For real. What kind of fool do you have to be…to be a cop and have porn on your government-issued WORK computer??

And worse, investigators found videos and images of sex acts, including several pictures of a naked little girl. According to the source, the images of the girl couldn’t be classified as child exploitation. But, they were classified as “erotica.” Likewise, it’s possible Doran was grooming the female’s behavior, as states the source.

Specifically, the court document reads as follows.

“Doran was fired by the town of Superior earlier this year. Doran was fired after the town discovered that Doran: (1) maintained a secret 36 gigabyte cache of pornography on his work computer, some of which was apparently illegal child pornography, (2) used his Officer Body Camera make a video himself having sex in uniform while on duty, and (3) used his Officer Body Camera to make additional sexually explicit videos of himself.”

Nevertheless, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office hasn’t pursued charges.

Yet, according to the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST), a case is pending against Doran. But, it hasn’t been presented to the board for charging.

Police practices expert Rob Robinson with “Rob Robinson Consulting LLC” mentions as follows:

“It would surprise me that something involving sexual misconduct would not result in a revocation.”

Reportedly, AZPOST has several options for disciplining an officer, including but not limited to suspension up to two years. Robinson notes that officers with disciplinary history will often end up at smaller law enforcement agencies with fewer officers and lower pay.

“I believe everybody deserves a second chance. Obviously, it depends upon the severity of the incident or what the misconduct was.”

The source also states Arizona’s Family tried to reach Doran for comment.

However, he hadn’t responded. Likewise, the Superior Police Department and the town manager hadn’t responded to the source’s repeated requests for comment.

If you’re interested in the full report from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, it’s Deputy Report for Incident 180323170.

All in all, we’d love to know your thoughts about this situation. Why do you think he kept this type of criminal activity on his work computer? If you have any comments, feel free to share them via our Facebook page.

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