Officer Ken Parson, Stuttering and Alleged Discrimination (rebroadcasts)

This week StutterTalk rebroadcasts two episodes from July of 2011 discussing Officer Ken Parson and his concerns regarding his treatment by the Monroe, Ohio police department. This story is back in the news this week and we thought it would be a good time to feature the topic again on StutterTalk. Below are links to the original two episodes. Both episodes are included in today’s rebroadcast.

Ken Parson

The Reassignment of Officer Ken Parson: Standard Rotation or Sophisticated Discrimination? (Episode 288)

Officer Kenneth Parson and his attorney John J. Scaccia join Peter Reitzes to discuss Officer Parson’s recent reassignment from detective duty back to road patrol. This episode concerns the allegation of Monroe, Ohio police officer Kenneth Parson, who stutters, that he has been treated poorly because of his stuttering. Click here to listen to the full episode.


Officer Phil Peet

Discussing the Reassignment of Officer Ken Parson and Stuttering (Episode 289)

Police Officer Phil Peet joins Peter Reitzes to discuss stuttering and the reassignment of Officer Kenneth Parson in the Monroe, Ohio Police Department. Click here to listen to the full episode.