My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Georgia
My fiance is a new nurse working at a county jail. One of the deputies that works the night shift has been talking about her to other deputies and inmates as well. She is Italian-American and I am Jamaican. Apparently this deputy has told other inmates that "she is dating a black guy so if you want to get at her now is the time." Supposedly he's being sexually suggestive. Apparently this isn't the first time he's done something like this. You mention his name to a few people and its obvious he has a reputation of this behaivor and has recently caused another nurse to leave the jail and seek employment elsewhere because of his behavior. My main concern is for her safety because its one thing to gossip among co-workers but to tell inmates?! A lot of which are incarcerated for sexual and assult crimes. I'm not sure if this is an ethical or legal matter, none-the-less is there anything that can be done legally or is it just he say, she say?