Polygraph test backs victim, contradicts College Station Police employee in misconduct case

A polygraph test, performed by law enforcement polygraph expert Bruce Stevenson test shows “no deception to relevant questions” has affirmed the truthfulness of statements made by the victim in a criminal and CSPD employee misconduct complaint. College Station Police and the City Manager’s office have both been provided a report of the results affirming the complaint alleging intentionally deceptive criminal acts committed by Christopher Brannan, a civilian manager who works inside College Station Police Department. The acts are in violation of Texas Penal Code 37.08 False Report to Peace Officer and Texas Penal Code 31.04 Theft of Service.” The acts were committed on behalf of the business that Mr. Brannan co-owns, Chrissy’s Massage, LLC. The first video below details the polygraph and documentary evidence affirming the truthfulness of these misconduct allegations. College Station Police Department, as a matter of policy subjects all police department employees, not just sworn officers, to Internal Affairs investigations in the event of misconduct. Employees of the department are made aware of this policy when they are hired.

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