Tennessee deputies were checked by unlicensed psychologist

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance says a whole bunch of Shelby County Sheriff’s workers were evaluated by a psychologist who hasn’t been licensed within the order since 2001.

Data outlets file the county started re-discovering out workers this week. The order stumbled on the dearth of license for Dr. Charles T. Kenny and notified the sheriff’s office in December. County Sheriff Floyd Bonner says about 214 deputies and 188 jailers hired since 2013 might presumably well need to be re-evaluated.

Mayor Lee Harris says the county is investigating how an unlicensed psychologist became chosen to behavior employee psychological critiques and is attempting to uncover if assorted workers might presumably well need to be re-evaluated.

The county now has a original doctor to total the critiques, which consist of a written take a look at and psychiatric interview to determine most basic personality flaws.

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