“Public Disclosure of the Identities of Officers Who Commit Serious Disciplinary Violations and Revised Internal Affairs Policy and Procedures” This directive provides additional direction regarding the public disclosure of the identities of officers who commit serious disciplinary violations.
“Revisited Internal Affairs Procedures and Public Disclosure of Serious Law Enforcement Disciplinary Violations” This Directive is issued to address disparities in the way Bergen County police agencies conduct Internal Affairs investigations and address the uneven level of discipline imposed on police officers among the various agencies. Attached to this Directive is Attorney General Directive 2020-5 that requires public disclosure of the identities of officers who commit serious disciplinary violations.
2019-11 Regarding Internal Affairs Self-Audits In an effort to identify and rectify any Internal Affairs issues in Bergen County, this directive mandates that each Bergen County law enforcement agency perform a self-audit of its IA unit.
“Regarding Criminal Investigations of Law Enforcement Officers and Public Employees” This directive requires that whenever a law enforcement officer or public employee becomes the subject of a criminal investigation, the law enforcement agency conducting the investigation must immediately notify the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Confidential Investigations Unit.