Documents allege indecent exposure of the DPD technician occurred during training

DENVER (KDVR) — New court documents detail what allegedly led to a police technician being charged with indecent exposure while on duty last week.

As FOX31 first reported Saturday, Gabriel Jordan was placed on paid administrative leave on Wednesday, the same day he was cited. According to the DPD, this is common practice for suspected administrative offenses.

According to the police, the specific accusation was “indecent exposure – masturbation”.

According to a probable cause statement obtained by FOX31, a person who works at the Denver Police Academy reported that Jordan, a police technician, repeatedly stared at her. The two had a conversation before a training scenario.

The witness said Jordan “made her uncomfortable” by touching her shoulder and lower back, the document said.

While the woman was sitting at her desk, she noticed the officer was still looking at her, so she pulled out her phone and recorded him “putting his hands in his pockets and rocking back and forth.” The witness later claimed that Jordan moved his pelvis against a building pillar.

Police told FOX31 they will conduct an internal investigation once the case is resolved in court.

Jake Nichol

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