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The following are all the possible outcomes for complaint cases, followed by their definitions and statistics for each year.
The allegation is supported, in whole or in part by credible evidence. The allegation is true; the action of the agency or the officer/employee was inconsistent with the agency policy.
Insufficient evidence to confirm or refute allegation.
Either the allegation demonstrated is false or there is no credible evidence to support it.
The allegation is not supported by facts. The action of the agency or the officer/employee was consistent with the agency policy.
Complainant requested the investigation end or officer is no longer employed.
Investigation is finished, but requires review by Command Staff and the Disciplinary Review Board.
The allegation is true. The action of the agency or officer/employee was not governed by existing agency policy.