Stan D arrested
Just In

Greenfield, MA

#1 Dec 21, 2010
Just heard from a friend that works at the Herkimer State Police dept. Arrested for of all things Child Porn and he worked where, omg no one is safe these days. The people that you trust to be there watching your kids making sure they are safe. Always knew there was something not right about that guy.
Details at Five

Whitesboro, NY

#2 Dec 21, 2010
Just In wrote:
Just heard from a friend that works at the Herkimer State Police dept. Arrested for of all things Child Porn and he worked where, omg no one is safe these days. The people that you trust to be there watching your kids making sure they are safe. Always knew there was something not right about that guy.
UTICA —

A caseworker with the Oneida County agency responsible for investigating child abuse cases is the focus of a federal child pornography probe, according to the department's commissioner.

Stanley Dorozynski, who is also a former Utica police officer, is under investigation, said Lucille Soldato, the commissioner of the county Department of Social Services.

"We're cooperating with the investigation at this point," she said.

She declined to comment on the status of Dorozynski's employment, and it was not clear whether he is in custody.

Federal prosecutors declined to comment.

Dorozynski was a Utica police officer from July 1980 to July 2000, according to Sgt. Steve Hauck, a police spokesman.

Dorozynski became a child protective services caseworker in 2008, according to county budget records.
Syracuse Federal Court

Greenfield, MA

#3 Dec 21, 2010
Stanley Dorozynski / MySpace photo

SYRACUSE -- A child protective services caseworker and former police officer is under arrest after police say he was in possession of child porn.

According to the United States Attorney’s Office, 53-year-old Stanley Dorozynski of Frankfort, New York has been charged with two felony counts of receiving and possessing child pornography. Officials say Dorozynski’s 47-year-old girlfriend and her nine-year-old daughter found images of children engaged in sex acts on his computer while they were living with him. Some of the children were reported to possibly be as young as four years old.

A police search of Dorozynski's home allegedly turned up more images and videos of children involved in sexual activity.

Dorozynski, a caseworker with Oneida County Child Protective Services and former Utica Police officer, appeared in federal court Tuesday and was remanded to the custody of United States Marshals. He is scheduled to return to court for a detention hearing on Thursday.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says if convicted of these felonies Dorozynski faces a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in federal prison, a maximum term of imprisonment of 20 years, fines of up to $250,000, and mandatory supervised release of no less than five years. He would also have to register as a sex offender
wow

Albany, NY

#4 Dec 22, 2010
Hope he goes to prison for a long time, if he is found guilty of course.
What happen

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Jan 30, 2012
Has anything happened in this case yet
Oh my god

United States

#6 Jan 30, 2012
Who would of known! Another black cloud over that county!
What happen

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Jan 30, 2012
It's been well over a year now. Anything at all happening in the case ?
Sam

Boston, MA

#8 Jan 30, 2012
Just another dirty official.Seems locally there are a lot of people of public authority that we believe to be trusted and they keep letting us down.what happened to the trooper who well should be on burglary and assault charges to say the least?How about the cop from new Hartford that beat his wife senseless?Maybe someone should be watching our public officials a little more closely.It seems there are a lot of criminals with official jobs pretending to be good people until nobody is looking at them and then look out.

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Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#9 Jan 30, 2012
Probably why he's a "former" police officer. Too bad the UPD didn't finish the job before his shackup and spawn had to find out the hard way.
Justice Served

Greenfield, MA

#10 Jul 26, 2012
SYRACUSE —
A former Oneida County Child Protective Services caseworker pleaded guilty Wednesday to possessing child pornography at his Frankfort home in 2010.

Stanley Dorozynski, who also was a Utica police officer from 1980 to 2000, could face a maximum of 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in U.S. District Court on Friday, Dec. 7. He was immediately taken into custody following his plea.

Dorozynski will also have to register as a sex offender, pay a fine of up to $250,000 and face a term of supervised release that could potentially last the rest of his life.

During his plea, Dorozynski acknowledged that he knowingly possessed a computer, compact disks and zip disks that contained images of child pornography. And because the images were transported through interstate and foreign commerce using a computer, the allegations rose to the level of a federal crime.

Dorozynski became a county child protective services caseworker in 2008, where he was responsible for investigating child abuse cases.

The allegations first surfaced in October 2010, when Dorozynski’s former girlfriend contacted authorities regarding inappropriate images she had seen on Dorozynski’s computer in June 2010.

The images were titled with names like “Barely Legal, Teens, Russian Teen, and Voyer,” and they appeared to depict girls between 11 and 15 in sexual positions with adults, according to facts in Dorozynski’s federal plea agreement.

Dorozynski’s girlfriend then unlocked a trunk in a jewelry box on Dorozynski’s dresser, where she located more than eight zip disks. She moved out of Dorozynski’s house by July 2010.

More than 2,400 images were found on 18 CDs and several zip disks that could be considered child pornography, prosecutors said.

The images were then sent to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to be compared with database of known victims. The center identified 664 images from 28 different series of known images of actual children from across the U.S and abroad, prosecutors said.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Lisa Fletcher.
bad situation

Waterville, NY

#12 Jul 27, 2012
stan should have known better but he was breaking a law that says not to even look at these pictures but why dont they lock up the people who make these videos.you never see any arrest on the film makers who are actually having sex with minors, something is definately wrong with that situation. And to make matters even worst stans girlfriend who blew stan in she must be just a scumbag herself.She could have got him some help first possibly a mental doctor and if it continued she could have then reported it then, it wasnt that he was actuaLLY MOLESTING KIDS.The sentencing guidelines are completely fanatically out of control in this country .A person could kill someone and get less time.
Reality

Herkimer, NY

#13 Jul 27, 2012
Statistics prove that child molester's will often try to go into areas of employment that will give them the easiest and most frequent access to children. I hate to make a general statement about everyone in a job that works with children, but I think there should be extremely rigorous background checks on EVERYONE that works around children, including clergy.
You are kidding

New Hartford, NY

#14 Jul 27, 2012
bad situation wrote:
stan should have known better but he was breaking a law that says not to even look at these pictures but why dont they lock up the people who make these videos.you never see any arrest on the film makers who are actually having sex with minors, something is definately wrong with that situation. And to make matters even worst stans girlfriend who blew stan in she must be just a scumbag herself.She could have got him some help first possibly a mental doctor and if it continued she could have then reported it then, it wasnt that he was actuaLLY MOLESTING KIDS.The sentencing guidelines are completely fanatically out of control in this country .A person could kill someone and get less time.
You must be a friend or family member. Why should she have gotten him help? She did the right thing reporting him. She unknowingly put her child at risk. He could get counseling that didn't work, molest her child or someone else's child because she was too naive and thought, at his age, he could change. Oh so he never molested any kids...that you know of. Pedophiles put themselves around children and especially prey on vulnerable ones....hmm what line of work did he choose? He was a loose cannon. He was the scumbag, not her.
Sweet Ride

Little Falls, NY

#15 Jul 27, 2012
Wasn't Stan banging officer Jen Facet when he was still on the force?

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