Major Teoh’s Blog

March 30, 2007

DI – Role of Prosecuting Officer

Filed under: DI - Role of Prosecuting Officer,Domestic Inquiry Roles — Major (Rtd) Teoh @ 4:36 pm

Domestic Inquiry – The Role of the Prosecuting Officer  

  • To submit his case to the Chairman.
  • To produce his witnesses in front of the panel and submit evidence therefrom.
  • To summit exhibits for the case.
  • To allow his witnesses to be cross-examined by the alleged employee or his union official.
  • To cross-examine witnesses produced by the alleged employee.
  • To make his submission at the close of the inquiry as allowed by the Chairman.

 The union official representing the alleged employee will assume the role similar to that of the Prosecuting Officer, except that his role is to represent the alleged employee in making his defence. Major Teoh


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