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Public Safety Personnel Records: Employer Responsibilities and Best Practices in Light of Employee, Union and Public Rights

CATEGORY: Webinars on Demand
DATE: November 11 2020, 1:30 am

Public safety departments across the state are required to maintain certain types of personnel records for all types of employees, including sworn, civilians and firefighters.  Public employees have certain rights regarding their personnel records and information contained therein, but those rights fluctuate depending on the type of employee and personnel record at issue.   These rights include the right of privacy, the right to inspect, and in some cases the right to notice of what information is contained in an employee’s personnel records.

Join Geoffrey Sheldon & James Oldendorph for this one hour webinar on public safety personnel records.  This webinar will cover important legal requirements that public employers must comply with, rights that employees, unions and members of the public have with respect to such records, and best practices for dealing with issues that employers frequently face regarding personnel records.  While this session will have a significant focus on personnel records issues for law enforcement since there are more rules and regulations for those types of employees, the session will also cover important information employers of firefighters and civilians in public safety agencies should know.

Who Should Attend?

Law enforcement and fire service Department Heads, Managers and Supervisors, and Human Resources Staff who assist public safety departments.

Questions?

Please email Jaja Hsu at Jhsu@lcwlegal.com or call 310.981.2091.

Details Price Qty
Consortium Membershow details + $75.00 (USD)  
Non-Consortium Membershow details + $150.00 (USD)  

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