How Does The Pobar Act Treat The Right Of Privacy Of Personal Property?

Under POBAR, an officer has the right to maintain the privacy of his or her property, income, assets, source of income, debts and personal or domestic expenditures including those of his family etc. This right of privacy, however, does not apply to information obtained or required under law or proper legal procedure that tends to indicate a conflict of interest with the officer`s official duties or necessary to ascertain the desirability of assigning the officer to a specialized unit.

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