How Does The Pobar Act Apply To Interrogations By The Press Or Media?

The employer cannot cause a public safety officer under interrogation to be subjected to visits of the press or news media without the officer`s express consent. The officer`s home address and photograph also cannot be given to the press or news media without the officer`s express consent.

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