Anyone else I would believe but because of your past history it just seems like some weird disingenuous guilt tripping random play for attention. I mean come on it sounds like something from a TV show. Also victims aren't legally silenced. Not the mention if you left the community and aren't returning why would you put this here. There's no reasonable reason.
If this actually happened, talk about it to a real possibly licensed person, an internet message board is not the place for it.
There definitely is a culture where PD command can do whatever they want and people are too scared for their own ranks and experience to report them because of the negative repercussions from that command, and their command friends. So, they are not held to use proper procedure, and pretty much can do what they want. In my opinion I think that this is more of a Low Command issue, as high command is barely active, so low command aren't held in place by High Command.
Some points in this i agree with, some not so much.
The job of PD in active scenes is to secure it and call in tactical such as in real life, unless there is an active panic, or situation that directly involves you. I understand how it can feel like a grind, but the idea is to do your time in PD and then apply to join another division.
I agree, there are a lot of SNRs who do good work that should be recognized, and I agree that there is generally a command shortage in PD, as you see most of other departments having a command officer on almost always, and in PD there is about a LT+ on half of the time probably due to most of PD command being command/members of six other departments. .
On your second point: Moderators on duty should not ever interfere with roleplay or make themselves known unless a rule is broken. That is unacceptable and I encourage you to report them if you have proof, because a staff member should never talk to players in roleplay situations unless broken rules. However once you taser rushed, that moderator on duty did have the right to break rp.