Permission and Eligibility: Do officers need permission to work outside of on-duty hours and if so, from whom? What are the eligibility requirements for officers to work off-duty?
Off Duty-Behavior: Including limitations on hours, use of agency property, liability in case of an incident, the authority of officers while working, and use of agency property.
Processes: Description of any approval, review or revocation process, prohibited types of off-duty, and any agreements required with the employer.
Point of Contact: Identify who will manage, coordinate and oversee adherence to off-duty policy.
Documentation: Reporting and documentation of each officer’s details, including any incidents or complaints received resulting from an off-duty job.
Assignment Rules: What assignment method do you go by to ensure fairness? Examples include “first-come-first-served,” seniority, or number of hours worked.
Rates: What will outside vendors be required to pay per hour for your officers to work off-duty? Identify any rate differentials by rank or type of employment, when a supervisor is required, any administrative or equipment fees, and if there is a minimum number of hours required.