Posts from February 2023.
California Court of Appeal Rules on Statute of Limitations Under POBRA

On November 3, 2022, the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, issued a decision in the case of Shouse v. County of Riverside (2022) 84 Cal.App.5th 1080, ruling that the one-year statute of limitations under Government Code section 3304(d), the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act (POBRA), did not start to run until the “officer authorized to initiate an investigation knows or has reason to know that the conduct involves actionable misconduct.”  Shouse v. County of Riverside, supra, at 1089

AALRR Attorney Presenting Two-Day POST-Certified OIS Investigations Course

Join AALRR Attorney John Bakhit as he presents the California Peace Officers’ Association’s two-day POST-Certified “Officer Involved Shooting - Supervisor & Management Responsibility” course in Newport Beach on March 28 & 29, 2023 (click here for flyer).  This course will cover the legal aspects and investigation of an Officer Involved Shooting, and also critical incidents not related to the use of firearms. We will discuss public perceptions, criminal/administrative investigations, case law, risk management issues, and dealing with the press and media.

Categories: Investigations
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