Skip to comments.ATF document admits to retaliation and ‘ethical violations’
Posted on 09/07/2012 2:11:11 PM PDT by Nachum
An undated internal Quick Hits problem identification analysis forwarded to Gun Rights Examiner by an insider source yesterday points to poor management, an unfair disciplinary system that includes retaliation, and ethical violations from the Chief Counsels office among the issues requiring management resolution.
The document, represented by the source as the result of meetings between Deputy Director Thomas E. Brandon and a working group that took place earlier this year, accuses Counsel of inhibit[ing] leaders from doing the right thing by having too much involvement in all bureau processes, and among its solutions recommends Do not tolerate ethical violations from Counsel and Establish transparency wherein counsel cannot mask activities, records, etc. with privilege.
Poor management has killed morale, the document admits, recommending that the concern that management takes care of management requires the bureau Punish managers commensurate with their level of responsibility higher position + intentional malfeasance = greater discipline and accountability.
Among related problems specified were an unfair disciplinary system
disparity of discipline between management, and, significantly, retaliations.
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What a cesspool. This agency needs to be investigated, ridiculed and then shut down.
When the criminals have badges, look out.