/ by Darryl Holliday

              COPA

None Found


CPAC

If the officer may be removed, CPAC must advise officer in writing as to what specific improper or illegal act he or she is alleged to have committed. CPAC must advise officer in writing that his or her admissions made in the course of the hearing, interrogation or examination may be used as the basis for charges seeking his removal or discharge and CPAC must advise officer in writing that he has the right to counsel of his own choosing present to advise him at any hearing, interrogation or examination. Officers have the right to confront his or her accusers, and may cross-examine any witness giving evidence. CPAC must petition to convene a Grand Jury, if the officer has committed a crime. 


FAIR COPS

None Found


ICPM

None Found