- Associated Press - Sunday, June 8, 2014

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A Salt Lake City deputy police chief has resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.

Rick Findlay, who oversaw investigations, had been on paid administrative leave since November before he submitted his resignation April 15.

He was accused of sharing a “sexually suggestive” image of a female officer and an image of two other female officers in bikinis.

An internal investigation found no evidence that the female officer would have granted approval to share the “sexually suggestive” image.

Police Chief Chris Burbank, in a letter Wednesday, wrote that Findlay’s conduct called into question not only his personal professionalism but that of the entire police department.

But the chief cited Findlay’s “significant” contributions since joining the department in 1994.

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