Conduct Peer Review of Critical Incidents
Law enforcement agencies across the state shall
implement a non-punitive peer review of critical incidents
separate from criminal and administrative investigations
that are intended to be education-based resources for
officers. These reviews must be equipped with adequate
legal protections for officers, including immunity, privacy,
confidentiality, and nondisclosure.
(Adapted from Recommendation 2.3 of Presidential Task
Force on 21st Century Policing report)
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