Under The Pobar Act Are There Rules For The Scheduling Of An Interrogation?

According to POBAR, an interrogation is to take at a reasonable hour, unless the seriousness of the investigation requires otherwise. This should be done preferably at a time when the public safety officer is on duty. An interrogation that occurs during off­duty time shall result in compensation for such off duty time in accordance with regular department procedures.

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