Criminal Investigation Sample Clauses

Criminal Investigation a. A criminal investigation that commences pursuant to the invocation of this OICI Protocol has priority over any parallel administrative investigation and will begin immediately following the incident for which this OICI Protocol is invoked.
Criminal Investigation. If an employee is questioned as a suspect in any investigation of a known pending criminal charge, such employee shall be advised of the appropriate constitutional rights prior to questioning.
Criminal Investigation. In a criminal investigation interrogation, the employee under investigation shall be informed of the rank, name, and command of the officer in charge of the investigation, the interrogating officer and all persons present during the interrogation. The employee under investigation shall be informed of the nature of the investigation prior to any interrogation and, where applicable, he/she shall be informed of the name(s) of the complainant. Interrogating sessions shall be for reasonable periods and shall be timed to allow for such personal necessities and rest periods as are reasonably necessary. The employee shall have the same right to Association representation as an employee under disciplinary investigation, or the right to representation by individual counsel; provided, however, that a criminal investigation and interrogation shall be conducted in the same manner and procedure, with the same constitutional and statutory safeguards, that all citizens under criminal investigation and interrogation are entitled to enjoy and exercise.
Criminal Investigation. Synacor will make the determination about whether to involve law enforcement or pursue a civil suit based on a number of factors including: • the nature of the attack • the extent and quality of the forensic evidence • the identity and location of the perpetrator, if known • the likelihood of another such attack • the resource cost of the investigation • impact on user privacy • impact on company/client reputation • advice of counsel Disaster Recovery Plan The following disaster recovery plan is specific to the Adelphia implementation. Overview: All data, software, and configurations will be backed up every twenty-four (24) hours to an offsite location such that should a disaster occur, they can be copied to and installed at a new data center. The data center could be an Adelphia data center with appropriate hardware available or at a third party location such as Rackspace. Possible Disaster Recovery Scenarios Synacor’s Disaster Recovery Plan takes into account the partial or full destruction of Synacor’s data center. This may be caused by fire, earthquake, or the building or data center becoming unavailable for any other reason. The building housing Synacor’s data center is also the primary location where many of the Tier 1 providers bring their networks into Buffalo. If something happens to the building in whole or in part, it may become necessary to activate the disaster recovery plan. Recovery Time Objectives Within 12 hours: One webserver will be brought online at the disaster recovery location. A static website explaining what is wrong with the service will be brought up at the disaster recovery location. Nameservice will need be changed to point websites to the new location. This time period can be shortened drastically by having a machine on standby at Adelphia, and by ensuring that the TTL of the nameservice is sufficiently low. Within 48 hours A cluster of webservers and application servers will be brought online at the disaster recovery location. A non-configurable portal site with some content and an Adelphia-branded pages will be brought online at the disaster recovery location. Within 96 hours A cluster of servers will be built to mimic the original configuration. All data will be copied to disaster recovery location. All software will be installed and running at disaster recovery location. At this time we expect we can have all services operating as close to normal as possible. Recovery Point Objectives Synacor will back up all data, softwar...
Criminal Investigation. If LPD questions an officer during a criminal investigation of one of its officers, it shall advise the member of the criminal nature of the investigation and whether the member is a suspect or a witness before interviewing the member. The preceding sentence shall not apply to covert or undercover investigations. If the member is a witness, the member shall be informed of and afforded the right to LPIG representation during any interview. Investigations of the use of deadly force by members shall be conducted pursuant to MOS 1.3.6.
Criminal Investigation. Any criminal investigation of or concerning said member conducted by an outside, i.e. District Attorney or State Attorney general may cause the Police Chief or their designated investigating officer to suspend any interdepartmental investigation and to suspend the individual member immediately without pay pending the results of the external investigation. In cases where probable cause exists that a criminal offense has been committed, the member may be suspended immediately without pay pending disposition of the charges.
Criminal Investigation. This Section does not apply to the records of an employee relating to the investigation of a possible criminal offense or to letters of reference; provided, however, that pre-employment reference materials obtained in confidence shall be removed from official personnel files after one year of continuous County employment. With regards to the investigation of a possible criminal offense, if such investigation leads to neither conviction nor to disciplinary action, reference to the investigation shall be removed from the employee's personnel file. If the criminal investigation results in conviction and/or disciplinary action any reference to the investigation which may be in the employee's personnel file will be retained and will be subject to inspection pursuant to this Section.
Criminal Investigation. If a police officer is arrested or is likely to be, or if he is a subject or the target of a criminal investigation, he shall be read his rights, pursuant to current decisions of all courts of authority and of all existing law.
Criminal Investigation. If an officer is arrested, or likely to be arrested, or is a suspect in any criminal investigation, he/she shall be afforded the same constitutional rights as are accorded a civilian including, but not limited to, the right to remain silent, the right to counsel, and shall be notified of these rights before any questioning commences. Nothing in this provision shall prevent the suspension with pay, or reassignment, of such officer pending internal disposition of such charge. CIVIL SUITS: Police officers named as defendants in any civil lawsuit for actions taken while performing in an official capacity as a police officer for the City of Midwest City Police Department have the same rights accorded any litigant in a civil suit. The Employer recognizes its responsibility pursuant to Title 51' Oklahoma Statutes, Section 151 et seq., as amended, to indemnify employees from certain claims arising out of the performance of their duties and from the costs and expense incurred in defending said claims. The Employer states its intention to adhere to said statutory requirement.
Criminal Investigation. If a bargaining unit member is under arrest or is a suspect or the target of a criminal investigation, the investigation shall be handled by whomever the Chief assigns or requests, and shall be handled as any other criminal investigation. The bargaining unit member shall be advised of his/her Miranda rights and the applicable rights granted by the State of Missouri and the United States and shall not be required to waive those rights as a condition of employment. If a criminal investigation is initiated, any administrative investigation on the same matter may be suspended pending the conclusion of the criminal investigation and a decision by the prosecutor’s office on whether charges will be filed. At the Chief’s discretion, the City may suspend a bargaining unit member with or without pay during a criminal investigation and while the prosecutor’s office is making a determination.