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Company Response

31 Jan 2012


DynCorp response to article raising concerns about sexual violence in private military & security companies

In response, DynCorp sent the following statement:...when the Company reached out to the representatives for the filmmakers to gain more information about the movie, we were informed that the film, in the distributor’s words, ‘is a fictionalized, dramatic presentation.’ The allegations raised by an employee of a predecessor company more than 10 years ago were thoroughly investigated, and were aggressively and responsibly addressed. At that time and in the years that followed, Army Criminal Investigative Command (CID) authorities, the Inspectors General of the U.S. Department of Defense and the Department of State, and the Company all investigated allegations related to human trafficking. According to a statement made by a CID Special Agent, ‘neither DynCorp nor its employees were involved’ in human trafficking...As a result, a handful of individuals were terminated, the Company reviewed and strengthened its procedures and policies