DETROIT — Detroit's police chief says officers must intervene if they see a fellow officer engaging in misconduct or they will risk getting fired. The Detroit News reports that Chief James Craig announced the policy change Thursday in an executive order that isn't subject to approval by a civilian oversight board. The mandate is effective for a year and could lead to termination if not followed. It also requires police to intervene if they witness officers from other agencies involved in misconduct. The police department previously required officers to simply report misconduct. Craig says the order requires officers “to actually stop the behavior.”