Off-duty police employment which is not acceptable to the
Georgia Department of Public Safety includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Employment involving wrecker companies,
bail bonding companies, private investigation services, paralegal services,
adult entertainment establishments, employment in which the primary source of
revenue is the sale of alcoholic beverages, employment at fast food
establishments or retail sales establishments, and any employment that would
require a sworn member to testify in court in opposition to another law
enforcement agency. Approval may be granted on an individual basis when the
sale and consumption of alcohol beverages is incidental to the primary function
or purpose of the enterprise such as sports facilities and civic centers.
During the course of the employment, the Department may make reasonable
inquiries of the member to ensure that the continued outside employment does
not constitute a conflict of interest.
(b) Any other off-duty police employment
determined by the Commissioner, in his or her discretion, to be inconsistent,
incompatible, in conflict with or that would bring discredit upon the Georgia
Department of Public Safety.
Ga. Comp. R.
& Regs. R. 570-9-.05
entitled "Forms of Permit" was filed on November 8,
1968; effective November 27, 1968.
Amended: Rule repealed and a new Rule of same title
adopted. Filed September 14, 1978;
effective October 4, 1978.
Amended: Filed January 8,
1982; effective January 28, 1982.
Amended: Rule repealed. Filed September 8, 1987; effective
September 28, 1987.
Repealed: New Rule entitled "General Provisions"
adopted. F. Aug. 6, 1992; eff.
Aug. 26, 1992.
Repealed: New Rule entitled "Unacceptable Employment"
adopted. F. Feb. 2, 1995; eff.
Feb. 22, 1995.
Amended: F. Jul. 2,
2013; eff. July 22, 2013.
Amended: F. Dec. 16,
2019; eff. Jan. 5, 2020.