Police received a complaint on Saturday about a man who went by the name "Adaskio" on the online dating app, Tinder.The woman, who told police she met the man through Tinder, said the threats began on Feb. She was asked to perform sexual acts or provide money or personal property or he would release intimate photos of her.
The ratio of number of residents in Edmonton to the number of sex offenders is 66 to 1.
"Women are used and managed as needed, but not part of the team.
They are viewed as objects and not appreciated for their contributions."The Edmonton Institution was first named in a lawsuit by four unnamed women in March.
Two more women have come forward alleging a culture of systematic sexual harassment and abuse at the Edmonton Institution that left them degraded and depressed and one of them suicidal.
Recently filed court documents paint a disturbing picture of a workplace where female correctional officers were regularly propositioned for sex, harassed and assaulted by their male colleagues, and dehumanized through vulgar nicknames and graphic sexual conversations that male correctional officers had about them."The [correctional service] culture is hostile to women," the document states.