â† Top CHP officer in Sonoma County, Capt. Greg Tracey, relieved of his duties
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Posted onMarch 19, 2014byadmin
The top CHP officer in Sonoma County, Capt. Greg Tracey, has been relieved of his duties while the agency conducts an investigation into issues that include his management practices, say several law enforcement sources.
, 54, was placed on administrative leave March 8.
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Complaints have included allegations of favoritism, threatening and retaliatory behavior.
As head of the California Highway Patrol's Sonoma County office, Tracey is akin to a police chief and oversees the third-largest law enforcement agency in Sonoma County.
CHP officials Tuesday said Tracey
remains a state employee but would not confirm whether he
is on leave or the subject of an investigation, citing state personnel regulations.
Calls to the Rohnert Park office regarding the new management were directed to CHP officials at the Golden Gate Division office in Vallejo, which oversees the Sonoma County office.
"At this time specifically, Capt. Tracey is not the subject of a criminal investigation," said McDermott, public information officer for the Golden Gate Division.
The letter and other complaints include allegations that Tracey
inappropriately removed employees from special assignments as retaliation, participated in threatening behavior and imposed disciplinary action exceeding the level of the infraction.
Tracey later was promoted to captain and assigned to the same office.
The timing of Tracey's departure from the office took many by surprise, sources said.
The day before, Tracey
was in uniform and attended the monthly meeting of the Sonoma County Law Enforcement Chiefs Association
also was slated to be the keynote speaker at the annual Sonoma County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year March 12.
Banquet organizers said they were alerted at the last minute that he
Prior to his
promotion to captain of the Rohnert Park office, Tracey
served there as lieutenant for five years.
Tracey started his law enforcement career at a California State Police officer in July 1983.
When the agency, which primarily protected state property, was absorbed by the CHP in 1995, Tracey soon became a CHP sergeant, according to his employment records, McDermott said.
Tracey served as lieutenant in the Sonoma County office from 2004 to 2009 and transferred to the communication center in Vallejo.
returned to the Rohnert Park office as commander in December 2010.
annual salary as captain is about $168,000.
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