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Administrative Hearings

The Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights affords officers accused of violating departmental policy the right to an administrative hearing to contest the allegations. At the hearing, comprised of a three-member board made up of other law enforcement officers, the department must prove the charges by a preponderance of the evidence. Both the department and the accused may be represented by legal counsel, and the board issues a finding of guilty or not guilty on each charge and makes a penalty recommendation to the police commissioner for each guilty finding.

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