Gun-toting Auditors and Attorneys

Gun-toting Auditors and Attorneys

Does the Inspector General Need 105 Armed Peace Officers?

Book - 2010
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"Examines the questionable wisdom of categorizing lawyers and auditors in the Office of the Inspector General as peace officers when their actual duties require none of the specialized functions of law enforcement officers employed in other state agencies. To justify this peace officer status, state law and administrative rules offer an elaborate rationale that presumes gun-toting auditors and lawyers will engage in police functions such as hand-to-hand combat and high-speed pursuits"--Executive summary, p. 1.
Publisher: Sacramento, CA : California Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes : May be purchased from Senate Publications & Flags, [2010]
Branch Call Number: CAL LE 2.OV 2:G 95
HV7571.C3 K67 2010
Characteristics: [iii], 57 p. : chart ; 28 cm.


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