§ 37.10  PROTECTIONS FOR DISCLOSURE OF UNLAWFUL OR IMPROPER POLICIES OR ACTIONS.
   Public officials, appointees, or city employees who have a good faith belief that the public interest requires the disclosure of governmental policies, practices or actions thought to be unlawful or improper should reveal their information to the City Commission. It shall be unlawful, per M.C.L.A. § 15.362 et seq., and this chapter, for a public official or city employee to harass, punish, take an adverse employment action, or seek reprisals against a public official or employee who seeks to hold government accountable through conscientious disclosure of potentially unlawful or improper policies, practices, or actions.
(Ord. 631, passed 9-25-2017)