The Los Santos Fire Department, as well as the Los Santos Fire Department Internal Affairs Division expects all employees of the department to act accordingly and professionally while on duty, and as well off duty at all times. While we know that this won't be the case at all sometimes, we encourage everyone to report misconduct from staff who work for the Los Santos Fire Department.
This sheet provides all civilians and members of other agencies the required information to report employees of the Los Santos Fire Department for alleged misconduct that can range from simple protocol misconduct - to felonious activities. While the Los Santos Fire Department does not personally take on criminal investigations that involve their own employees, or for anyone in that matter, the Internal Affairs division will simply act as the middle man and pass all criminal investigations onto the Department of Justice (DOJ) or a Law Enforcement Agency. From there, the Los Santos Fire Department and either the Department of Justice (DOJ) or Law Enforcement Agency will work together to find a suitable conclusion to the investigation.
[center][size=200][color=black]EMPLOYEE COMPLAINT FORM[/color][/size][/center]
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1.1. Reporting Persons Full Name:
1.2. Reporting Persons Phone Number:
1.3. Reporting Persons Address:
1.4. Reporting Persons Email Address:
1.5. Reporting Persons Agency (If applicable):
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2.1. Employees Full Name(s):
2.2. Employees Badge Number(s):
2.3. Employees Designated Unit(s):
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3.1. Type of Incident/Event:
3.2. Time & Location of Incident:
3.3. Detailed Description of Incident:
3.4. Number of witnesses:
3.5. Evidence of Incident e.g. pictures:
3.6. ((Screenshots of Incident: ))
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Reporting an employee of the Los Santos Fire Department may subject you to having your name revealed during an investigation, or when an investigation has been completed. Your report and the information inside may be passed to a Law Enforcement Agency or Department of Justice in the event of the report being criminal in nature, or when a false report is made on an employee of the Los Santos Fire Department. Sending in a report to the Los Santos Fire Department Internal Affairs Division automatically means that you acknowledge what has been written down in this disclaimer.
Appendix A Complaint Information Sheet The members of the Los Santos Fire Department are committed to providing fire, rescue and medical services that are fair, effective, and impartially applied. It is in the best interests of everyone that your complaint about the performance of an individual member of the department is resolved fairly and promptly. The Los Santos Fire Department has formal procedures for investigating your complaint. These procedures ensure fairness and protect the rights of both citizens and department personnel.
Your complaint will be sent to a specially trained internal affairs member who will conduct a thorough and objective investigation.
You might be asked to help in the investigation by giving a detailed statement about what happened or providing other important information.
All complaints against members of the department are thoroughly investigated. You will be advised in writing of the outcome of the investigation.
If our investigation shows that a crime might have been committed, a prosecutor will be notified. You might be asked to testify in court.
If our investigation results in a member of the department being charged with a violation of department rules, you might be asked to testify in a departmental hearing.
If our investigation shows that the complaint is unfounded or that the member acted properly, the matter will be closed.
All disciplinary hearings shall be closed to the public unless the defendant member requests an open hearing.
It is unlawful to provide information in this matter which you do not believe to be true.
Appendix B Complaint Outcomes The Internal Affairs Division thoroughly investigates all forwarded complaints and reviews all evidence that come forth during the course of the investigation. Upon investigation conclusion it will be forwarded to the appropriate authority, including the Fire Chief may it be required.
The investigation and a review of all information currently available to the division indicates that the employee followed the appropriate department policies and procedures.
The investigation and a review of all information failed to disclose sufficient evidence to clearly prove or disprove the allegation.
The investigation revealed that the employee violated departmental rules and regulations.
The investigation revealed that the alleged incident did not occur. (( Including situations that have been voided by a administrator. ))
No Department Employee
A review of the complaint has shown that the reported employee is not employed by the Los Santos Fire Department.