Now, you do have a few options when it comes to a compact CZ in 40S&W. You can get either of the following:
CZ 75 Compact 40S&W: comes with "Manual Safety" which is not to be confused with "Safety Stop on Hammer", i.e. once in SA mode, dropping the hammer requires trigger to be engaged much like classic 1911s.
CZ 75 P-06: decocker only. There is no Manual Safety on this model.
In short, if you want a safety lever, look for the "Manual Safety" feature on CZs website. If you want the decocker, this is noted by model, either by "P" in "P-0#" or by the "D" in "CZ ## BD."
To the best of my knowledge, CZ does not [yet] provide both Manual Safety and Decocker on a single handgun, but man how great would it be if they did...?