Is your agency suffering from these blind spots?
- Customer Pay Delinquency
- Inability to Track & Report
- Insufficient Liability Coverage
- No Workers’ Compensation
- Working Excessive Hours
- Double Dipping
Many officers and agency leaders are unaware of the physical, financial, and legal risks of working off-duty jobs.
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Recent audits show that most problems with off-duty employment are due to a completely avoidable blind spot: the lack of a centrally administered program that ensures transparency, oversight, and accountability of off-duty assignments.
Many agency leaders who are aware of the off-duty risks, simply don’t have the time, money, or other resources to address and prevent these issues. Some agencies who find themselves in the headlines for off-duty incidents feel they are forced to suspend off-duty jobs entirely.
Since our company’s founding, Off Duty Management has been on a mission to protect and support our agency partners and provide agencies across the US with the tools they need to identify their off-duty blind spots to stay out of the headlines.
Source: Seth Stoughton (Law Professor, University of South Carolina) in “Moonlighting: The Private Employment of Off-Duty Officers”, 2016.
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