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In one of the first releases of records under a new state law deed to show how police officers are disciplined for major offenses, documents show the Burlingame Police Department fired a veteran officer last year after it found he offered to help a woman charged with DUI if she had sex with him.
The former officer, David W. Granucci, 45, was later found to have made similar proposals to two other women, one who engaged in a sexual affair with him, according to the documents.
He had been a Burlingame police officer sinceand had ly worked for the Hayward Police Department. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley.
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The law, which took effect Jan. Similar bills had died in the Legislature several times over the past 20 years. The law requires any agency that employs sworn officers to publicly release records of discipline related to official dishonesty and sexual misconduct on duty. It also requires release of all investigations into the use of force involving a firearm and any force that in serious bodily injury, including disciplinary records stemming from such cases.
According to the discipline records released by Burlingame police, the unidentified woman with the drunken driving charge was arrested in March The documents do not indicate whether Granucci was the arresting officer. But he obtained her phone and address, then went to her house the following day and solicited sex while "using his police authority, by offering to assist her with her DUI case," according to a summary of an internal affairs investigation.
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The Police Department put Granucci on administrative leave when he showed up to work the next day, the records say. He was fired more than three months later by then Police Chief Eric Wollman, who recently retired.
Granucci could not be reached for comment Monday. The internal investigation found that Granucci violated 12 department rules, including exercising his authority wrongly, disclosing investigative information, and discrediting his department.
San Mateo County Chief Deputy District Attorney Al Serrato wrote in an that his office looks at police-abuse cases closely because of the positions of authority that officers hold. New Burlingame Police Chief Michael Matteucci wrote in an that "we take our obligations to the public seriously including the newly enhanced transparency requirements under state law.
A police expert said Burlingame's firing of the officer for attempting to manipulate the woman into sex was in keeping with how departments across the country handle such matters. Nolan also said that in many instances such as the one involving Granucci, criminal charges are filed.
Some police unions are pushing back on the new law, arguing that it should not apply to records about disciplinary cases filed before Jan. One prominent attorney for police unions, Michael Rains of Pleasant Hill, made a failed, last-minute attempt to block the law from taking effect in mid-December. The state Supreme Court refused to hear Rains' argument that the law does not require the release of records showing misconduct that occurred before Jan. But the fight might not be over.
Rains did not respond to s and phone calls seeking comment on Monday.
But news media and First Amendment groups have scoffed at the claim that the law does not apply to old records, and the Legislature's intent is clear. Search-Icon Created with Sketch. KQED is a proud member of.
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Listen 4 min. Jan 7, Failed to save article Please try again. Granucci was fired June 29,after an internal investigation found he abused his police authority to solicit sex from a woman after she was arrested under suspicion of DUI. Via Burlingame City Council.
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