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A City of San Antonio investigation concluded that Fire Chief Charles Hood violated several City policies when he posed for a photo at a party with a woman clad only in sushi and strategically placed garnishes. The investigation also found that the Fire Department failed to properly handle a complaint about the photo, according to records released on Tuesday.
In January, a woman was hired to lie on a table as sushi was served from her body for about guests attending a 50th birthday party for firefighter Shody Henshaw. The investigation found that about half of those in attendance were fire department employees, including female firefighters. Read the report here. Hood has led the department for 13 years and was named Fire Chief of the Year by the Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association this past summer.
Hood had apologized to those who found the photo offensive while defending it in media reports. His actions degraded all Asians and women reducing them to nothing more than serving platters. His Deputy Fire Chiefs were also not in a position to investigate their direct supervisor. At my request, Chief Hood has provided me with a course of action to address improving the culture of SAFD by recognizing different perspectives, equal opportunity for women and the proper handling of complaints of this nature.
That plan includes a collaboration between SAFD and the Equity Office to develop training regarding respect for different cultures, reviewing and enhancing recruitment practices, and creating a working group to establish a female employee mentoring program. The department also will consider bringing in an outside instructor to conduct classes in avoiding discrimination and harassment for all personnel, Hood wrote.
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Investigation finds SAFD chief broke several rules by posing with nude woman