You’ll recall that Atlanta Police Department Maj. Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis, who was fired last summer for her involvement in a botched sex crimes investigation, recently got her job back after Atlanta’s Civil Service Board (what a socialist utopia we’ve created), which has the power to reinstate a city employee’s job, reversed her termination.
That’s clearly the right move after Davis and two other police employees, Sgt. Tonya Crane and crime analyst Randolph Ory, left the department after Chief Richard Pennington released the findings of an investigation into a mishandled sex crimes case involving Crane’s husband, Terrill Marion Crane. Indeed, all she did was tell two detectives not to look into the case. When 33% of the new APD recruits are criminals, themselves, it’s all in good fun, right?
Anyway, as Crane deals with Federal charges of producing child pornography, H.R.H. Oprah Winfrey has determined that Maj. Davis is perfect to honor for her nonprofit work.
Davis’ project is listed as “Sisters-in-Law,” described as “a support network for women in law enforcement that also encourages girls to consider the profession by offering real-life role models,” the article states.
The story reported that Davis and the other contest winners were in New York for three days of leadership training in June — the same month that Atlanta Police Chief Richard Pennington demoted and fired Davis in connection with a botched sex crimes investigation involving the husband of an Atlanta police sergeant.