Okla. Admin. Code § 390:10-1-8 - Notification of legal proceedings against officer

(a) All criminal proceedings initiated against an officer shall be reported by the affected officer to CLEET immediately, upon arrest or discovery of the filing of such proceeding. All officers shall be required to report when a Victim's Protective Order has been issued against the officer, including such orders issued on an emergency basis and all Final Orders of Protection. Any verbal report of such proceedings shall be followed by a written report, bearing the original signature of the reporter, within ten (10) days after arrest or discovery of the filing of such proceeding.
(b) All civil proceedings initiated against an officer related to matters under the purview of Title 70, Section 3311 shall be reported to CLEET no later than ten (10) days after the officer is served with notice of said proceeding. Any verbal report of such proceedings shall be followed by a written report, bearing the original signature of the reporter, within ten (10) days after discovery of the filing of such proceeding.
(c) This notification shall provide the following information:
(1) Nature of the proceeding;
(2) Court in which proceeding has been filed;
(3) Docket or case number; and
(4) Parties to the proceeding.
(d) Failure to give notice pursuant to the rules of this Chapter may be cause to initiate an action against the officer, by CLEET.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 390:10-1-8
Adopted by Oklahoma Register, Volume 34, Issue 24, September 1, 2017, eff. 9/11/2017

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