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41-1830.15. Causes for dismissal or discipline; definitions

A. The director of the department of public safety may dismiss or discipline any classified employee based on any of the following causes:

1. Fraud or misrepresentation in securing employment.

2. Incompetency.

3. Inefficiency.

4. Inexcusable neglect of duty or unauthorized absence.

5. Insubordination.

6. Dishonesty.

7. Physical or mental disability subject to the provisions of the Americans with disabilities act of 1990 (42 United States Code sections 12101 through 12213).

8. Unauthorized drinking on duty or drunkenness on duty.

9. Being impaired by alcohol or drugs, as provided in title 13, chapter 34, while on duty.

10. Commission of any crime classified as a felony.

11. Discourteous treatment of the public or other employees.

12. Commission of any crime involving moral turpitude.

13. Improper political activity as proscribed in section 41-772.

14. Misuse or unauthorized use of state property.

15. Addiction to the illegal use of a narcotic or dangerous drug.

16. Any other failure of good behavior or acts either during or outside of duty hours that are incompatible with or inimical to the interest of the department of public safety.

B. For the purposes of this section:

1. "Incompetency" means the lack of ability or judgment, legal qualifications or fitness to discharge required duties.

2. "Inefficiency" means the failure to produce as required for reasons other than incompetency.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1830.15

41-1830.15. Causes for dismissal or discipline; definitions

A. The director of the department of public safety may dismiss or discipline any classified employee based on any of the following causes:

1. Fraud or misrepresentation in securing employment.

2. Incompetency.

3. Inefficiency.

4. Inexcusable neglect of duty or unauthorized absence.

5. Insubordination.

6. Dishonesty.

7. Physical or mental disability subject to the provisions of the Americans with disabilities act of 1990 (42 United States Code sections 12101 through 12213).

8. Unauthorized drinking on duty or drunkenness on duty.

9. Being impaired by alcohol or drugs, as provided in title 13, chapter 34, while on duty.

10. Commission of any crime classified as a felony.

11. Discourteous treatment of the public or other employees.

12. Commission of any crime involving moral turpitude.

13. Improper political activity as proscribed in section 41-772.

14. Misuse or unauthorized use of state property.

15. Addiction to the illegal use of a narcotic or dangerous drug.

16. Any other failure of good behavior or acts either during or outside of duty hours that are incompatible with or inimical to the interest of the department of public safety.

B. For the purposes of this section:

1. "Incompetency" means the lack of ability or judgment, legal qualifications or fitness to discharge required duties.

2. "Inefficiency" means the failure to produce as required for reasons other than incompetency.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1830.15

41-1830.15. Causes for dismissal or discipline; definitions

A. The director of the department of public safety may dismiss or discipline any classified employee based on any of the following causes:

1. Fraud or misrepresentation in securing employment.

2. Incompetency.

3. Inefficiency.

4. Inexcusable neglect of duty or unauthorized absence.

5. Insubordination.

6. Dishonesty.

7. Physical or mental disability subject to the provisions of the Americans with disabilities act of 1990 (42 United States Code sections 12101 through 12213).

8. Unauthorized drinking on duty or drunkenness on duty.

9. Being impaired by alcohol or drugs, as provided in title 13, chapter 34, while on duty.

10. Commission of any crime classified as a felony.

11. Discourteous treatment of the public or other employees.

12. Commission of any crime involving moral turpitude.

13. Improper political activity as proscribed in section 41-772.

14. Misuse or unauthorized use of state property.

15. Addiction to the illegal use of a narcotic or dangerous drug.

16. Any other failure of good behavior or acts either during or outside of duty hours that are incompatible with or inimical to the interest of the department of public safety.

B. For the purposes of this section:

1. "Incompetency" means the lack of ability or judgment, legal qualifications or fitness to discharge required duties.

2. "Inefficiency" means the failure to produce as required for reasons other than incompetency.

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