‘Not-Resolved’ Complaints Require Bill Of Rights Hearing

The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) represents all police officers, detectives, sergeants, and lieutenants in the City of Los Angeles. The City is subject to California’s Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights, Section 3304 of which provides that any public safety officer who is denied a promotion on grounds other than merit or who received a “punitive action” is entitled to an administrative appeal. In turn, a…

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Court Refuses To Shield Complaint History From Discovery

In a federal court civil suit brought against the City of Chicago and a number of police officers, the plaintiffs sought discovery of the disciplinary histories and complaint register (CR) entries for the officers and other Police Department personnel. The Court rejected the City’s arguments that the documents should be exempt from discovery. The Court found that “good cause does not exist to protect information contained in CR complaints…

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