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Female security guard, working at a sex offender treatment center is charged with improper contact with inmate – Claudia Kogo accused of having sex with ‘dangerous’ male patient more than 24 times

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Claudia Kogo charged with friday with felony counts of criminal sexual conduct
The 57-year-old worked as security guard at the Minnesota Sex Offender Treatment Program in St. Peter
Inmate committed as ‘sexually dangerous person’ with ‘sexually psychopathic personality’ reported sex with Kogo last year
Man claimed they had more than two dozen encounters in late 2017
Kogo told a state investigator she kissed and groped the patient but denied having sex with him
Detective listened to recordings of phone calls between Kogo and the patient, many of the calls included conversations about their sexual activities
Irony: Claudia Kogo, a security guard at the Minnesota Sex Offender Treatment Program in St. Peter is accused of repeatedly having sex with a male patient

A female staffer employed to guard convicted sex offenders at a treatment center in Oregon has been dinged for having a sexfest with one of her patients.
A female security guard at the Minnesota Sex Offender Treatment Program in St. Peter is accused of repeatedly having sex with a male patient.
Claudia Kogo, 57, of Mankato, was charged on Friday with felony counts of criminal sexual conduct stemming from her alleged affair.

Authorities say a patient who was committed as a ‘sexually dangerous person’ with a ‘sexually psychopathic personality’ reported that he had sex with Kogo more than two dozen times in late 2017.
The  The Mankato Free Press reported the patient said the relationship started with flirting a year earlier.
After the pair met in 2016, what started as flirting and sharing stories about past sexual experiences became more aggressive in 2017 with Kogo allegedly asking him about the type of underwear he wears and more direct sexual questions.
In late 2017 Kogo allegedly took it a step farther when she began touching the patient’s penis over the pants and sending him masturbation photos, condoms and instructions on how to collect his ‘seminal fluid’ for her, according to a criminal complaint cited by Bringmethenews.com.

The US Supreme Court in October 2017 ruled against reviewing Minnesota’s civil commitment program for sex offenders, which had been challenged as unconstitutional for rarely releasing patients.
‘Sexual relationships between staff and patients or clients at DHS treatment facilities are unacceptable under any circumstances,’ Department of Human Services Deputy Commissioner Chuck Johnson said in a statement.
‘We immediately investigate all such allegations, which can result in discipline or termination of the staff person.’

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