Ex-Dyncorp Employee Wins Whistle Blower Claim
by KAREN BAILEY
A former Police Monitor attached to the International Police Task
Force located in Bosnia Herzegovina has won her claim for unfair dismissal against her employers, Dyncorp Aerospace UK Ltd.
The Southampton Employment Tribunal, in a damning 21 page judgement, found that the real reason for the dismissal was because she had disclosed information relating to the failure of her employer and others to take adequate action in relation to the trafficking of women and children in Bosnia-Herzogovina.
Kathryn Bolkovac, a former police officer from Nebraska U.S.A., was
recruited by Dyncorp in June 1999 to become part of the international
community assisting in the rebuilding of Bosnia-Herzogovina.
Dyncorp is contracted by the US State Department to provide, amongst other things, personnel to overseas missions. She became a member of the International Peace Task Force (IPTF, well respected for her work as a gender monitor, initially tackling issues of domestic violence.
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