Policies & Procedures

Rules and Regulations 

  1. Written Directive System Format
  2. Definintions and Terminology
  3. Rules of Conduct
  4. Duties and Responsibilities
  5. Uniforms
  6. Personal Appearance
  7. Physical Fitness
  8. Leave, Sickness, and Injury
  9. Use of Force
  10. Firearms
  11. Less Lethal Weapons
  12. Communications
  13. Department Vehicles
  14. Patrol
  15. Search and Seizure
  16. Evidence Collection and Preservation
  17. Property
  18. Media
  19. Arrests
  20. Legal Process
  21. Vehicle Alcohol Violations
  22. Holding Facility and Prisoner Transportation Procedures
  23. Report Writing
  24. Criminal History Records Information
  25. Commendations
  26. Promotional Process
  27. Qualifications and Selection Process for Specialized Assignments
  28. Internal Investigations and Discipline
  29. Headquarters Policies
  30. Miscellaneous
  31. Bloodborne Pathogen Control
  32. Grievance Procedure
  33. License Plate Readers
  34. Community Involvement and Crime Prevention
  35. Criminal Investigation
  36. Organization and Management
  37. Allocation and Distribution of Personnel
  38. Procedures for Records Requests
  39. Records Function and Procedures
  40. Recruitment
  41. Selection Process-Police Officers
  42. Collective Bargaining
  43. Crime Analysis
  44. Fiscal Management
  45. Juvenile Operations
  46. Organized Crime and Vice Control
  47. Training
  48. Victim-Witness Assistance
  49. Eyewitness Identification
  50. Inspections
  51. Unusual Occurrence Planning
  52. Use of Computers and Information Tech.
  53. Personnel Early Warning System
  54. Missing Children
  55. Domestic Disturbances and Assaults
  56. Persons With Mental Illness, Autism, and Down Syndrome
  57. Overtime and Comp Time
  58. Selection Process-Civilians
  59. Automated Traffic Enforcement
  60. Safe Haven Program
  61. Use of Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Patient Records
  62. Drug Testing Policy
  63. Social Media
  64. Opiate Overdose Response Plan
  65. Investigation of Deadly Force and In-custody Deaths
  66. Body Worn Cameras