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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