- SDPD Narcotics Detective Conrado DeCastro, ID#3954 (Chief Investigative Officer and mastermind of Operation Green Rx)
- SDPD Narcotics Detective Scott Henderson, ID#4713 (Undercover Operative who defrauded local phycisian and joined collectives listed on CA NORML)
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Complaint Against Operation Green Rx Detectives
HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT AGAINST OPERATION GREEN RX DETECTIVES
On July 15, 2009 I sent the Citizens' Review Board a letter about what happened in Operation Green Rx.
The Citizens' Review Board "reviews and evaluates serious complaints brought by the public agains the Police Department of the City of San Diego"
"Any person who is dissatisfied with police services or beleives he/she has witnessed or been a victim of police misconduct may file a complaint." In person, by mail, on the phone, or through email.
Citizens' Review Board
on Police Practices
202 C Street MS 9A
San Diego, CA 92101
The complaint was filed against the following individuals:
On July 23, 2009 I received a written response from Patrick A. Hunter, the Executive Director of the Citizens' Review Board. The response is included in this post.
Mr. Hunter, also enclosed in the letter a brochure outlining the process for filing complaints against illigal police practices. This Brochure is also included in this post.
The Brocure also includes the phone numbers for the Gerand Jury, the District Attorney, the State Attorney General, as well as the U.S. Attorney General.
I urge you to email, call, and write the Citizens' Review Board and file complaints against the unlawfull actions of Detective Conrado Decastro and Scott Henderson.
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