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Oklahoma Highway Patrol Advises Women to Obey Law to Avoid Rape by Officer (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Tulsa County Sheriff's Deputy Gerald Nuckolls was accused of sexual misconduct with a female while on duty last week.

Nuckolls reportedly arrived at the female's home to check out a 911 hang-up call and allegedly exposed himself in front of two women in the house.

According to News9.com, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) trooper and Oklahoma City Police officer were recently arrested for alleged sexual assault of female drivers during traffic stops.

OHP Captain George Brown had some advice for female drivers who may be fearful of being assaulted by law enforcement (video below).

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“If the officer is engaging in predatory conduct or being off-color or improper in any way, that justifies telling him you're gonna use the phone to call the authorities and you're gonna stop having further dialogue with him,” Captain Brown told News9.com.

However, there are times when female drivers may have to get into an officers car, added Captain Brown.

 "If someone doesn’t have a driver’s license on their person, we ask for an ID or driver’s license, if they can’t provide it, rather than stand outside the car writing, which puts us in a bad location, we may ask a female back to the car so we can get her information." Captain Brown told KJRH.

According to RawStory.com, KJRH added that Captain Brown advised, "The best tip that he can give is to follow the law in the first place so you don’t get pulled over."

Sources: RawStory.com, News9.com, KJRH