Miami-Dade Schools Police Chief Charles Hurley is no longer on the job, a school district official said.
Hurley submitted his letter of resignation on Feb. 8, a district official confirmed to NBC 6 on Wednesday. Two female Miami-Dade Schools Police officers filed lawsuits in January claiming that Hurley sexually harassed them, and then retaliated against them after they refused his advances.
Officers Deanna Fox-Williams and Yewande Gibson's lawsuits in Miami-Dade County civil court alleged that Hurley, Superintendent of Schools Alberto Carvalho and the school board violated federal and state law when they were sexually harassed by Hurley and then suffered retaliation afterward.
Following their lawsuits, a third female officer also said she was sexually harassed by Hurley, while the school district said that he had been demoted...
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