Alabama Police Allowed to have Sex with Arrested

by Admin on February 16, 2018

Alabama is among one of the 35 states that has not banned law enforcement from having sex with those held in custody. However, a Pickens county teacher has been jailed for three years for having consensual sex with an 18 year old student.

If correctional officers have sexual relations with people in custody it is considered a “sexual misconduct”. A spokesperson for the Department of Corrections state that it is “unlawful” to engage in sexual activity with people in custody.

The investigation into the law on sexual conduct and police officers follows a case from an 18 year old Brooklyn girl who claims she was raped in the back of a police van by officers who had arrested her.

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No Laws in Place Preventing New York Police from having Sex with People in Custody

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No Law in Alabama that Prohibits Police Engaging in Sexual Relations with People they Arrest
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No Law in Alabama that Prohibits Police Engaging in Sexual Relations with People they Arrest
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A case against New York police for raping an 18 year old while in custody has shed light on other states that do not prohibit police in having sex with people in custody.
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Thai Law Forum
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