Secondary jobs in security for thousands of NYPD cops at places from banks to Yankee Stadium is in jeopardy as a new contract raises questions about who’s responsible if an officer gets sued or injured, sources said. This raises serious questions about LEO security jobs across the United States.
The contract, signed by a company when an LEO takes a secondary position, was amended to make clear that the firm is responsible for any medical coverage or legal issue that the officer might encounter while working such details.
The NYPD made the decision to amend the pact after a suit was filed against an off-duty cop working for a company.
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