Pennsylvania Commission for Women Statement on the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Sexual Harassment Investigation

first_img Statement Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Commission for Women issued the following statement on the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s investigation determining that PPA Executive Director Vince Fenerty sexually harassed a female employee:“The conduct by Vince Fenerty as revealed by an internal investigation by the Philadelphia Parking Authority this week is unacceptable and reprehensible. There should be absolutely no tolerance of sexual harassment of any kind in any Pennsylvania workplace.“Sexual harassment not only has a detrimental impact personally on the women who are subject to it, but also on our broader economy. It impedes a woman’s job performance and, therefore, impacts her ability to grow and advance professionally. This type of behavior devalues women and their contributions to the workforce.“The Pennsylvania Commission for Women encourages PPA’s board to take these actions very seriously and impose disciplinary action that appropriately matches the conduct.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Pennsylvania Commission for Women Statement on the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Sexual Harassment Investigation September 23, 2016center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

String of car break-ins in Greensburg

first_imgGreensburg, IN — Several neighborhoods in Greensburg are reporting that their cars and mailboxes have been broken into recently.  Video has surfaced of three men opening an unlocked car and stealing the owner’s wallet in the late-night hours.  Others have reported that all the mailboxes in their neighborhood have been opened. The Greensburg Police Department started a campaign a few months ago to remind citizens to lock up their homes and cars at night called the #9PMRoutine. What is the #9PMRoutine? It is a social media campaign to raise awareness and highlight how to prevent vehicle burglary and burglary to your home. They advise citizens to get into the routine every night by joining millions of people across the country in following the #9PMRoutine. Each night the police department will post reminders to the public via their social media platforms. They may use some quirky, funny memes or post some tips to protect your property and valuables. You are encouraged to get into the routine of removing your valuables and locking your vehicle. You help prevent loss of your valuables and reduce the risk of it occurring in your neighborhood.last_img read more