Slow / No Response
Misconduct can refer to slow or no response, which is a violation that occurs when a police officer fails to respond promptly and effectively to calls for service or other requests for assistance. This can include taking too long to arrive at the scene of an emergency, failing to take appropriate action once they have arrived, or failing to respond to calls for service at all. Slow or no response by police officers can compromise public safety and can erode public trust in the police department. Police departments typically have policies and procedures in place to ensure that officers respond promptly and effectively to calls for service, and officers who violate these policies can be subject to disciplinary action.