According to court documents, Becerra on Oct. 20 in an interview with investigators “confessed to being in a sexual relationship with the victim over the past month and a half.” Because of the incident, the Explorer program has been temporarily suspended while an internal review is conducted, the release said. Police were notified of the suspected misconduct on Oct. 13 by the Alameda County Social Services Agency and immediately launched criminal and administrative investigations as well as contacting the district attorney’s office. According to court documents, investigators met with the girl who told them she and Becerra became friends through the Explorer program and corresponded via phone and social media. Becerra, a member of San Leandro department for three years, has been charged with three felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor. These actions are absolutely inconsistent with the ethical standards of the San Leandro Police Department and we will not tolerate this type of behavior.