LEOBORLaw Enforcement Officer's Bill of Rights
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175) At present, the MOA developed by DOJ and the respective jurisdictions typically contain provisions indicating that "nothing in the agreement is intended to alter the existing collective bargaining agreements" and in states that have codified LEOBORs, the typical MOA also states that nothing in the MOA is intended to alter the lawful authority of the officers under the LEOBOR.
174) Many of the reasons offered in support of these LEOBORs support the notion that rank-and-file officers have a specific interest in efforts to address misconduct allegations levied against them, and thus a general interest in the broader context of police reform.