The officer is entitled to a transcribed copy of any notes made by a stenographer or to any reports or complaints made by investigators or other persons, except those that are deemed confidential. Nothing deemed confidential can be entered into the officer`s personnel file. This need not be made prior to the interrogation. POBAR does not require preinterrogation review of investigative documents. Nevertheless, based on relevant labor laws, an officer may argue for certain preinterrogation information based on relevant labor laws including representation. It is clear that when an officer is administratively charged with misconduct then the officer is entitled to all materials from which the action is based.
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