Spring, Texas – January 10th, 2018: The Executive Director of Cypress Creek EMS is under fire after multiple sexual harassment allegations have surfaced.
According to sources, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been notified of two complaints and are actively investigating CCEMS Executive Director, Bradley England for allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. Over the past two weeks, investigators have been on-site interviewing CCEMS employees. Sources tell us that there are multiple victims including ambulance paramedics and office staff.
A victim that wishes to remain anonymous told Spring Happenings that England has been sexually harassing female employees for years. She encourages anyone who has been harassed to come forward and file a complaint.
Cypress Creek EMS is a 501c3 organization that is funded by tax dollars from Emergency Services District #11. CCEMS provides 911 ambulance service to over 177 square miles of North Harris County.
At the time of publication, CCEMS Public Information Officer, Norm Uhl, has failed to return our multiple attempts for a statement.
This is a developing story that we will continue to follow as we gain more information from victims, EEOC and Harris County courts.