2017 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 419 - 425 — MUNICIPAL PERSONNEL, RETIREMENT
Chapter 419 — POLICE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONS
Section 419.12 — SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL; REINSTATEMENT.

Universal Citation: MN Stat § 419.12 (2017)
419.12 SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL; REINSTATEMENT.

An employee who, after investigation and trial by civil service commission, is found guilty of inefficiency, breach of duty, or misconduct, may be removed, reduced, or suspended. The employee's name also may be stricken from the service register. If the board determines that the charges are not sustained, the accused, if suspended pending investigation, shall be immediately reinstated and shall be paid all back pay due for the period of suspension.

Findings, determinations, and orders of the commission for suspension, reduction, or removal, shall be in writing and shall be filed within three days after the completion of the hearing with the secretary of the commission. The secretary shall notify the employee of the decision in writing. Any person suspended, reduced, or removed by the commission after investigation may appeal in accordance with chapter 14.

The question to be determined by the court shall be:

"Upon the evidence, was the order of the commission reasonable?"

History: (1933-59) 1929 c 299 s 12; 1973 c 123 art 5 s 7; 1983 c 247 s 152; 1986 c 444

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