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Deputy Sheriff Denied Benefits for PTSD Allegedly Caused by Internal Investigation

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 | 248 | 0 | 42 min read

The Oregon Court of Appeals upheld the denial of a deputy sheriff’s claim for benefits for an alleged psychological injury from the stress of being subjected to an internal affairs investigation. Case: In the Matter of Vaughn, Nos. 1603920 and A167446, 06/24/2020, published. Facts: Sherrill J. Vaughn worked as a deputy for the Marion County Sheriff's Department for nearly 24 years. She spent the final two years at the Marion County Work Center. Vaughn did not get along with her partner at the work center. On three occasions, Vaughn complained to her supervisor about her partner. S...

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