Uber allegedly stopped its own investigators from reporting crimes to the police

Updated: Feb 5

Located in Phoenix is a special investigation's team made up of 80 people who deal with some of the worst incidents that happen on Uber rides.

The company currently has a three strike system for drivers. However, executives have been known to make exceptions. In one case an executive overruled an investigator from deactivating a driver for three separate alleged sexual advancements on a rider. He wasn't deactivated until his fourth when a rider he claimed he raped her.

One former employee claims Uber band them from notifying the police of allegations or advising the victims to make their own police reports. They were also told to put the interest of the company first over the rider.

Uber has denied all these allegations, claiming none of it is true.



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