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For some reason, I'm envisioning that scene from "V From Vendetta" in which talk show host Gordon Dietrich (played by Stephen Fry) broadcasts a show which mocks England's fascist dictator Chancellor Sutler. At one point, the camera pulls back to show the audience...including the row of police standing in front of them with guns ready to fire while an "Applause" sign lights up.
Then why the charade?
"Officers are compelled to take lie detector and drug tests without any notice. They cannot refuse these tests. They also have to submit documentation and truthful accounts, with their signatures, under oath, with perjury and possible loss of job and pension. They lie, they lose it all. That's the contract."
So you're OK with the idea of just completely giving up on the idea of prosecuting cops, then? Because what you're describing there would basically hand over immunity from prosecution. Oh, yeah, it might also make it more difficult to actually fire problem cops that haven't risen to the level of criminal behavior yet.
I hate to tell you this, but police officers *do* have Constitutional rights, and threatening job termination or other disciplinary action to compel a statement has been ruled to be illegal coercion. You won't be able to use the statements in any criminal or civil proceedings, you can't use any evidence obtained as a result of those statements, and you open your agency and your city up to litigation for violation of the *officer's* civil rights.
DWS is out but she's in, get it?