Sexually pithy emails, recover of private information, a falsified practice anxiety and indignity of staff were behind a new preference to glow former Stillwater jail supervisor Steve Hammer, according to newly expelled information from a Minnesota Department of Corrections.
Hammer was consummated Oct. 19 for violating several dialect of corrections (DOC) policies associated to anti-discrimination and passionate harassment, electronic communications, crew files and more. He was consummated from his positions as both supervisor and CEO of a prison.
Hammer took over as a Stillwater supervisor in Mar final year, though many of a substantiated allegations opposite him date to his reign as supervisor of a Rush City prison.
Under a Minnesota Data Practices Act, The Gazette performed a redacted duplicate of a review formula that led to Hammer’s termination.