Worst boss of the week! ACS manager attacks his staff

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A city children services manager was so belligerent to his staff at a July 15 meeting that they called the cops on him, police said.

According to a police report, the Administration for Children Services administrator was meeting with his staff inside the agency’s Marcy Avenue office at 1 pm, but when the conference was over, he began threatening and verbally abusing the workers, several employees told cops.

They were so scared that they called security to calm him down. But the supervisor scratched the officers as they restrained him and hauled him away.

On Wednesday, workers refused to talk to a reporter about the harrowing incident in the building, which is at S. Ninth Street. The Administration for Childrens Services refused to confirm the incident and would not say whether the manager had been disciplined or fired for his alleged outburst.

Updated 5:25 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Rob from Greenpoint says:
City employees never get fired, short of murder, maybe
even not then.
July 21, 2011, 7:51 am
K from GP says:
Not true Rob. I witnessed it myself.
July 21, 2011, 9:33 am
Joey from Clinton Hills says:
this supervisor doesn't fall under the rape shield law nor is the manager a minor, SO WHY DON"T YOU DISCLOSE THE NAME?
July 21, 2011, 10:51 am
kelly from park slope says:
the irony is great... no wonder the case workers cant recognize abused children when they visit homes. they are so abused by their managers that "normal" behavior is unknown to them.
July 22, 2011, 8:04 am

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