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FOP Legal Defense for Internal Affairs

The description of this plan is more detailed. 

However, the FOP has a fantastic national site which contains all the necessary information:

PBA Legal Protection Plan for Internal Affairs (Updated 2/12)



Criminal (on duty only) $40,000.00
Civil (on duty only) $40,000.00
Target of Criminal (on duty only) $ 3,500.00
Bail Bond   $ 1,000.00
Target of Internal (interview only) $750.00

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New Jersey AG Guideline on Internal Affairs 

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Garrity Statement

If an officer is read Miranda and he or she invokes one or more of the Miranda Rights, the agency can request that the Prosecutor's Office or AG's Office  grant "use immunity."  If use immunity is granted, the agency can require the officer to provide a statement, but the statement may not be used in a criminal prosecution.  It may only be used against the officer for departmental charges.  When this occurs, the "Garrity Statement" is first read to the officer.

Garrity Statement

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(CPFPF) Consolidated Police and Firemen's Pension Fund 

Dealing with the Stress from Internal Affairs


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Internal Affairs, or IAB for Internal Affairs Bureau, is a unit within law enforcement agencies that investigates accusations of police officer misconduct.  Most of these allegations are found to be unfounded as it is common for arrested person to make internal affairs complaints against arresting officers with the hope of using it as a bargaining chip later in court.  In recent years, Internal Affairs has moved away from just misconduct complaints.  Many agencies use the IA unit to handle officer commendations as well in addition to certain training. 

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