By Sarah Wallace
Three former high-ranking officials with New York City’s Department of Correction filed federal employment complaints on Wednesday, alleging racial discrimination.
The three officials — Charles Daniels, Senior Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Errol Toulon, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Operations, and Dr. Keith Taylor, Asst. Commissioner of Correction Intelligence — said in their complaints that racism is widespread and rampant in the DOC and that a glass ceiling exists for minorities in upper management.
A spokesman for the DOC said it does not comment on specific employment complaints.
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Source: NBC News 4 New York