Policeman Marian Godină shocks with a title published on his blog: “I’m looking for a part-time job”. What other job could the former employee of the Road Brigade have?
“I’m a policeman and I’m looking for a part-time job.” This may sound like an announcement by which Marian Godină is looking for a job that would bring her additional income. His presence on an entertainment show caused a stir. Several people accused him of breaking the law. Marian Godină explained them on his blog if he is allowed to do such activities.
Godină mentions that the law restricts the exercise of certain rights and freedoms for those who are employed as police officers. According to art. 45, para. 1, letter g) of Law 360/2002, the police officer is forbidden to carry out, directly or through intermediaries, trade activities or to participate in the administration or management of companies, except as a shareholder.
The same article of law stipulates in letter h) that a police officer is not allowed to exercise lucrative activities that could harm the honor and dignity of the police officer or the institution to which he belongs.
Policeman Marian Godină, transferred from Rutieră to SAS on the same salary
Law 161/2003 shows that police officers are also subject to the legal regime of conflict of interest. “If you are a traffic policeman, you can’t do a taxi,” explains Godină, a former traffic officer, currently a police officer at SAS. “I transferred on the same salary, minus the 5% increase in the judicial police,” the lawman recalls.
Law 161/2003 shows that civil servants with special status, ie police officers, can exercise functions or activities in the field of teaching, scientific research, literary-artistic creation. They also have permission to hold positions in other areas of private sector activity. They must not be directly or indirectly related to the duties of a civil servant. Thus, the law allows the police officer to participate in comedy shows, to film videos, to write on the blog.
“If you know a part-time job that is not related to my duties as a police officer, give me a sign and send me a CV”, concludes Marian Godină.
Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.
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