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Gallardo attempted to keep a lid on his on-the-job sideline. Two inmates enrolled in vocational classes said Gallardo threatened to harm anyone who broke their code of silence."In the classroom or the trade skills training room, he's the authority figure," said Jason Hart, a former Shawnee County prosecutor."He's in an environment where he can directly interact with the inmates.
He brought her to a standing position and pulled down her elastic-waist pants. On the drive back from the gym, Gallardo said he had to be mindful of a practical problem.None of those scenes was as bad as portrayed, he said."One of the reasons you have such a huge contraband issue is they allow inmates to make these complaints," said Short, who believes the steady threat of a DOC probe makes officers susceptible to pressure to break rules in an effort to appease prisoners.Transgressions Agency officials say the reality of past conduct among prison employees warrants vigilant investigation."What we want to do is stop sexual activity by employees with male and female inmates.The line Gallardo, who declined an interview request, wasn't the only bad actor at the East Topeka prison to ignore the department's ethical code of conduct.Koerner said the state agency referred to the Shawnee County District Attorney's Office another case against a corrections officer accused of "unlawful sexual relations" with a female inmate at TCF.
The more serious charge of "unlawful sexual relations" is an offense triggering dismissal and possible criminal prosecution.