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Black prison officer victimised

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    Johnson v Prison Service and others [2000] ET/2304188/98 (0 other reports)

A black prison officer who was abused and humiliated by a prison governor was unlawfully victimised because of his previous complaints and proceedings under the Race Relations Act, holds a London South employment tribunal (Chair: I S Lamb) in Johnson v Prison Service and others.

Claude Johnson, who is of black Caribbean racial origin, has been employed by the Prison Service since 1989 as a prison auxiliary at Brixton Prison.