TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

VOLUME 0 - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Back to top
 

GENERAL PROVISIONS

001. Police Commission-Executive Power.

004. Department Manual Established.

007. General Provisions.

010. Organization of the Department Manual.

020. Numbering System Used in the

        Department Manual.

030. Definitions of Terms Used in the

        Department Manual.

040. Grammatical Construction, the

        Department Manual.

050. Legality of Contents, the Department Manual.

060. Distribution of the Department Manual.

080. Amendments to the Department Manual.

090. Issuance of Department Directives and

        Informative Publications.

095. Knowledge of Orders and

        Informative Publications.

098. Maintenance of Department Directives.

VOLUME 1 - POLICY - Back to top

 

GENERAL PROVISIONS - 1/000

010. Policy.

020. Glossary.

OBJECTIVES - 1/100

100. Motto of the Department.

101. Preamble.

102. Vision.

105. Mission Statement.

110. Core Values.

115. Management Principles.

120. Primary Objective.

130. Functional Objectives.

140. Resource Objectives.

PERSONAL CONDUCT - 1/200

210. Employee Conduct.

220. Management/Employee Relations.

230. When to Take Police Action.

240. Employee-Public Contact.

270. Employee Conflict of Interest.

271. Relationships Between Department Employees.

272. Retaliation Policy.

273. Protection from Retaliation for Providing

        Information to the Inspector General.

275. Hazing and Initiation Activities.

280. Sexual Harassment.

285. Sexual Orientation Discrimination.

COMMUNITY RELATIONS - 1/300

310. General Provisions.

320. Individual Dignity.

330. Role of the Individual Officer.

340. Equality of Enforcement.

345. Policy Prohibiting Biased Policing.

350. Responsiveness to the Community.

360. Openness of Operation.

370. Interpersonal Communication.

380. Training in Human and Community Relations.

390. Undocumented Aliens.

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS - 1/400

420. News Media Relations.

440. Public Information.

460. Labor Relations.

480. Liaison with Criminal Justice System.

490. Consular and Diplomatic Relations.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS - 1/500

504. The Nature of the Task.

508. Police Action Based on Legal Justification.

512. Alternatives to Physical Arrest, Booking,

        or Continued Detention.

516. Called For Services.

520. Preliminary Investigation.

522. Crimes or Incidents Motivated by

        Hatred or Prejudice.

524. Civil Disputes.

528. Field Supervision.

532. Command Responsibility at Police Situations.

536. Crime Scene Supervision.

540. Follow-up Investigation

544. Informants.

546. Conduct of Undercover Officers.

547. Undercover Officers Posing as Members of

        the News Media.

548. Department Response to Impending Riot.

552. Police Action on School Campuses.

554. Police Contacts with the Clergy.

555. Pursuit Policy.

556. Use of Force.

560. Hostages.

564. Officers Surrendering Weapon.

568. Barricaded Suspects.

571. Use of Department Police Dogs.

572. Use of Chemical Agents.

573. Use of Non-lethal Control Devices.

574. High-Risk Prone Search.

576. Deployment in Anticipation of the Commission

        of a Crime.

578. Uniformed Personnel at Planned Arrest and

         Search Warrant Service Operations.

580. Traffic Enforcement.

584. Vice Enforcement.

588. Narcotic Enforcement.

ADMINISTRATION - 1/600

605. General Provisions.

610. Command Responsibility.

615. Planning Responsibility.

620. Scope of Planning.

625. Use of Task Force for Planning.

630. Completed Staff Work.

635. Department Directives.

640. Administration of Discipline.

650. Chain of Command.

655. Flexibility of Organization.

660. Inspection and Control.

665. Personnel.

668. Training Evaluation and Management System II

         (TEAMS II)/Personnel Management.

670. Training.

672. Participation in Department-Affiliated

        Organizations.

675. Civilian Employees.

680. Budgeting.

SUPPORT SERVICES - 1/700

710. Communications.

720. Records.

730. Arrestees.

740. Property.

750. Transportation.

VOLUME 2 - ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS - Back to top

 

GENERAL - 2/000

005. State Constitution Provision-City Charter to

        Provide for Government of

        Municipal Police Force.

010. Charter Provisions-Powers and Duties-

        Department.

015. Charter Provisions-Powers and Duties-

        Police Commission.

020. Charter Provisions-Powers and Duties-

        Chief of Police.

025. Rank Established-Civil Service Commission.

026. Rank and Paygrade.

030. Department Organization-Terminology.

040. Department Organization-Descriptive Titles of

        Organizational Entities.

050. Department Organization-Positions Established.

060. Department Organization.

061. Police Commission.

062. Office of the Chief of Police.

063. Offices-Established.

064. Office Directors-Established.

065. Office of Special Operations

066. Office of Administrative Services.

067. Office of Operations.

068. Operations-Central Bureau.

069. Operations-South Bureau.

070. Operations-West Bureau.

071. Operations-Valley Bureau.

080. Watches Established.

085. City Jail System Established.

090. Permanent Boards and Committees.

092. Boards.

093. Committees.

094. Boards of Inquiry and Ad Hoc Committees.

VOLUME 3 - MANAGEMENT RULES AND PROCEDURES - Back to top

 

SUPERVISION - 3/100

105. Supervisory Terminology.

108. Command Posts.

110. Succession of Command.

115. Recognition of Command.

120. Brevet Ranks Prohibited.

125. Senior Officer-Determination.

130. Seniority-Civilian Employees.

135. Line Supervision-Defined.

140. Functional Supervision-Defined.

150. General Supervisory Duties.

152. Supervisory Planning.

154. Supervisory Command and Coordination.

156. Supervisory Control.

GENERAL MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES - 3/200

201. Administrative Review of a Vehicle Pursuit.

202. Traffic Citations-Supervisory Responsibilities.

203. Processing Reports-Supervisory Responsibilities.

204. Issuance and Retention of Field Data Report

        Books.

205. Fleet Safety Program-Responsibility.

206. Traffic Collisions Involving Department Vehicles

        or Employees.

207. Employees Involved Traffic Collisions-

        Administrative Review Process.  

208. Motorized Police Escorts.

209. Pull Notice Program.

210. Subpoenas.

211. Discovery Motions.

212. On-Call Status-Superior Court.

214. Court Continuances.

216. Summons.

217. Parole Revocation Hearings.

218. Requests for Legal Information.

219. Requests for Changes of Reporting Districts.

220. Staff Research.

222. Change of Watch.

223. Request for Undercover Driver Licenses.

224. Transmitting Line-Ups.

226. Drill and Ceremonies.

228. Participation of Chaplains at Department Events.

230. Designating Acting Staff and Command Officers.

234. Display of Flags.

238. Saluting Regulations.

240. Community Meetings.

243. Reporting Speaking Engagements.

245. Department Cadet Program.

246. Police Color Guard.

252. Police Reserve Corps.

258. Monthly Shooting Qualifications.

259. Bonus Qualification Shooting.

260. Home-Garaging of Department Vehicles.

261. Dispersal Parking and Temporary Home Garaging.

270. Product Evaluation Procedures.

273. Auditing Filming Locations.

275. Occupational Safety Procedures.

278. Mental Evaluation Manual.

279. Building Emergency Coordinator Program.

280. Memorandum of Agreement Procedures

PLANNING AND ACCOUNTING - 3/300

301. Non-Budgeted Temporary Specialized Units.

303. The Department Budget.

325. Grant Fund Applications.

340. Establishment of Checking Accounts.

350. Non-budgetary Funds.

355. Secret Service Funds.

375. Reimbursement for Employee-Furnished

        Equipment.

376. Replacement or Repair of City-Owned Equipment.

377. Recovered City-Owned Equipment Items.

380. Individual Financial Statement.

381Confidential Financial Disclosure.

390. Official Travel by Department Employees.

RECORDS AND REPORTS - 3/400

405. Confidential Nature of Department Records,

        Reports, and Information.  

406. Release of Police Record Information.

407. Releasing Reports to Parole and

        Probation Officers.

408. Criminal Records.

409. Confidential Reports-Nontraffic.

410. Traffic Records.

412. Death Reports.

413. Sex Crimes.

425. Legal Processes.

440. Payroll Checks and Rosters.

SUPPLIES AND MAINTENANCE - 3/500

504. Salvageable Materials, Disposal of.

508. Request for Equipment, Supplies, or Services.

516. Equipment Inventory Control.

520. Reallocation of Space Affecting Other Commands.

524. Conservation of Electricity.

532. Vehicle Keys.

536. Department Building and Room Keys.

540. Building Maintenance.

541. Calendars.

546. Requesting Refills for Fire Extinguishers.

550. Bulletin Boards.

556. Emergency Requisitioning of Jail Equipment.

558. Loan of Emergency Weapons and Field

        Equipment.

564. Communications Equipment-Installation,

        Removal, Extension, and Repairs.

566. Cellular Telephones.

567. Emergency Operations Organization (EOO)

        Telephones.

568. Radio and Electronic Investigation Equipment.

569. Recording Tapes.

570. Tape Recording of Community Contacts.

572. Armament.

579. Loss, Theft, Damage or Destruction of

        Electronic Communication Equipment.

580. Care of Department Vehicles.

581. Use of Black and White Police Vehicles by

        Civilian Personnel.

582. Parker Center Motor Pool.

583. Vehicle Loans.

584. Two-Wheeled Motorcycle.

588. Petroleum Products.

590. Hectograph Work, Requisitions for.

591. Multilith Work, Requisitions for.

592. Forms Revisions, Requests for.

596. Books and Pamphlets, Requisitioning and

        Assignment of.

598. Vending Machines.

UNIFORMS AND PERSONAL EQUIPMENT - 3/600

601. Possession of Uniforms and Personal Equipment.

602. Maintenance of Uniforms and Equipment.

603. Employee Identification.

604. Uniform Committee.

605. Personal Appearance.

606. Wearing of Uniform.

607. Uniforms and Equipment-City Issued.

608. Uniform and Equipment Dealers.

609. Newly Acquired Equipment.

610. Firearms.

611. Ammunition.

614. Basic Uniform-Police Officers Eligible for

        Unrestricted Field Duty.

615. Optional Uniform-Police Officers Eligible

        for Unrestricted Field Duty.

617. Air Support Division Uniform-Police Officers.

618. Indoors Uniform-Police Officers.

619. Jumpsuit/Utility Uniform-Police Officers.

620. Fatigue Uniform-Police Officers.

621. Field Equipment-Police Officers.

622. Police Equipment Belt.

624. Additional Clothing-Police Officers Eligible

        for Unrestricted Field Duty.  

626. Uniform Accessories-Police Officers Eligible

        for Unrestricted Field Duty.

627. Plainclothes Equipment-Police Officers.

628. Body Armor.

629. Rain Clothing-Police Officers Eligible for

        Unrestricted Field Duty.

630. High-Visibility Equipment.

631. Helmets.

632. Department Emblems.

634. Rank and Advance Pay-Grade Insignia.

635. Specialized Assignment Insignia.

636. Armed Forces Awards.

637. Wearing of Department Decorations.

638. Service Stripes.

639. Approved Pins.

640. Maternity Uniform.

660. Inspections-Uniforms and Equipment.

665. Specifications-Uniform and Equipment.

670. Department Publication Accountability.

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT - 3/700

701. Memorandum of Understanding Procedures.

702. Working Hours, Officers'.

703. Working Hours, Civilian Employees'.

704. Religious Observances.

705. Timekeeping.

708. Overtime.

709. Voting.

710. Sick Time Provisions.

711. Illness or Injury Provisions.

712. Employee Exposure to Health Hazards-

        Reporting Procedures.

716. Illness or Injury-Police Reserve Officers.

717. Workers' Compensation Case Numbers.

718. Sick and IOD Interviews.

720. Medical Examinations or Treatment.

724. Rest Periods.

726. Vacations.

728. Resignations.

729. Release of Employee Information.

730. Leaves of Absence.

731. Extended Absences.

732. Military Leaves-Compensation Rules.

733. Retired Police Officers.

734. Reserve Status.

740. Convention Attendance.

741. Reporting Employee Conflict of Interest.

742. Reporting Political Activities.

744. Outside Employment.

745. Grievance Procedures-Employees Covered by

        Memorandum of Understanding.

746. Grievances-Employees Not Covered by

        Memorandum of Understanding.

747. Grievances Relating to Paygrade Advancement

        Rules and Procedures.

748. Discrimination Complaint Procedure.

749. Equal Employment Opportunity Representatives.

750. Employee Suggestion Award Program.

755. Employee Service Pins.

756. Commendations.

757. Employee Commendation.

758. Motion Picture Requests.

759. Photographic Equipment, Supplies, and Personnel.

760. Service Ratings.

761. Suitability for Promotion Procedures and Appeal

        Process for Denial of Promotion.

762. Transfers.

763. Assignment of Sworn Personnel to Advanced

        Paygrades.

764. Assignment of Civilian Employees to Separate

        Paygrades.

765. Merit Pay Procedures.

766. Longevity Pay Procedures-Sworn Personnel.

767. Career Opportunity Information.

768. Integrity of Civil Service Examinations.

769. Assignment as Class Instructor in Training

        Division.

770. Physical Fitness.

771. Weight Control Program.

772. Department Athletic Activity.

776. Loyalty Oath.

778. Public Appearances by Employees.

779. Writing and Supplying Information for Publication

         by Department Employees.    

780. Civil Subpoena.

782. Civil Suits.

783. Weapons in the Courtroom.

784. Jury Duty.

785. Coroner's Inquest.

788. Computer Terminals.

789. Area/Division Safety Committees.

790. Reporting Changes or Additions to Employee

        Information Record.

792  Adjudication of Categorical Use of Force Incidents

793. Adjudicating A Non-Categorical Use of Force

        Incident.

794. Officer-Involved Shootings, Custodial and Law

        Enforcement Activity-Related Deaths, and Use

        of Force Incidents Resulting in Injury.

796. Officer-Involved Shootings/Serious Injury or

        Death Resulting from Police Action-Special

        Duties.

797. Deaths of Department Employees.

798. Funerals of Department Employees.

799. Referrals to Behavioral Science Services.

DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES - 3/800

805. Disciplinary Procedures-General Provisions.

810. Complaints.

811. Accepting Complaints.

812. Community Complaint and Commendation Poster.

813. Initial Action Complaints and Complaints of

        Misconduct.

815. Investigating and Reporting Complaints

        Area/divisions.

816. Reporting a Complaint.

817. Classification of Complaints.

818. Non-Disciplinary Complaints.

819. Alternative Complaint Resolution Process.

820. Disciplinary Complaints.

822. Employee Review of Investigation.

824. Time Limit for Investigation of Complaint.

825. Adjudicating the Complaint and Skelly

        Responsibility.

826. Official Reprimand Execution of Order.

827. Administration of Discipline Traffic Collisions

        Involving Department Vehicles.

828. False and Misleading Statements.

829. Misconduct Not Based on Original Complaint.

830. Complaints Involving a Use of Force.

831. Disposition of Complaints.

832. Recordation of Complaints.

833. Retention of Complaint Investigations.

834. Internal Affairs Group Duty Room Referrals.

835. Internal Affairs Group-Scope of Authority.

836. Administering Sobriety Tests to Department

        Employees.

837. Department Employee Detained or Arrested for a

        Prosecutable Offense.

838. Employees Involved in Domestic Violence or

        Subject to Court Order-Employee Notification.

839. Searches of Department Employees During

        Administrative Investigations.

840. Inactive Duty-Assignment.

841. Criteria for Attending Criminal Trials on Duty as

        the Defendant.

843. Non-Medical Duty Restriction Procedures

845. Temporary Relief from Duty or Restoration-

        Officers.

860. Suspension-Procedure.

870. Disciplinary Procedures-Reserve Officers.

880. Audit of Completed Investigations.

890. Reporting Retaliation.

891. Workplace Violence Procedures.

895. Inquiries or Investigations by the Inspector

        General.

VOLUME 4 - LINE PROCEDURES - Back to top

 

COMMUNICATIONS - 4/100

105. Department Communications System.

110. Radio Unit Designations.

120. Radio Terminology, Codes, and Crime Broadcasts.

130. Radio Message Priority.

150. Teletypes-General.

155. Teletypes-Vehicle Registration and Driver's

        License Information.

165. Teletypes-Jail Procedures.

170. Teletypes-Investigative Procedures.

175. Teletypes-Supervisory Procedures.

180. Messenger Service and Mailing Instructions.

190. Telephones, Use of Department.

192. Long-Distance, Local, and Extended-

        Area Telephone Calls.

195. Residence Telephone Requirement.

FIELD ACTIVITIES - 4/200

201. Notifications to Investigating Officers, General.

202. Field Interrogation.

203. Preliminary Field Investigation and Reports.

204. Cases Involving Animals.

205. Pursuits.

206. Aircraft Involved in Accident.

208. Investigation of Hazardous Conditions.

209. Elder Abuse.

210. Ill and Injured Persons.

212. Requesting Aid in the Field.

213. Non - Traffic Notice to Appear/Release from

        Custody Report Continuation (RFC).     

214. Unusual Incidents.

215. Authorization to Act as Peace Officer.

216. Taking Persons into Custody.

217. Searches of Suspects and Arrestees.

218. Juveniles Involved.

219. Transit Related Crime Reporting Procedure.

220. Vehicle Reporting Procedure.

221. Field Releasing Vehicles.

222. Impounding Vehicles.

223. Tow Service.

225. Advertising, Unlawful

226. Vehicle Impound Hearing.

227. Assault with a Motor Vehicle.

229. Vehicular Air Bags.

232. Burglary.

236. Bicycles, Stolen-Lost-Found-Recovered.

238. Dead Bodies.

240. Drunk Arrests.

242. Fires.

243. High-Risk Prone Search.

244. Firearms, Discharge of.

245. Employee-Involved Use of Force Incidents.

246. Nonlethal Control Devices.

247. Reporting Incidents Involving Retired Peace

        Officers.

248. Theft.

252. Forcible Rape.

258. Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.

260. Persons with Mental Illness.

262. Robbery.

263. Police Action on Federal Courthouse Property.

264. Violations.

265. Veterans Administration Facilities.

266. Prowlers.

267. Espionage or Sabotage Activities.

269. CAL/GANG System and Gang File Guidelines.

270. Vice.

271. Intelligence.

272. Spouse Beating.

273. Battery.

274. Interviewing.

275. Pin Maps.

276. Trespass.

278. Depositing Weapons at Jail.

279. Shotguns in Police Vehicles.

280. Private Persons In Police Vehicles.

282. Lost or Damage Department Equipment.

283. Damage to Private Property.

284. International Relations.

286. Parker Center Motor Pool Vehicles.

287. Fuel Credit Cards.

288. "Undercover" License Plates.

289. Safety Belts in Department Vehicles.

292. Motion Picture/Television Filming Work Permits.

294. Identification of Personnel Requesting to Check

        Department Records.    

295. Use of Department Television Production

        Equipment.

296. Business Cards.

297. Acting Press Relations Officer, Assignment of.

298. News Media Identification Cards.

299. Use of Department Aircraft.

TRAFFIC CONTROL - 4/300

305. Traffic Enforcement.

318. Citations Use of.

320. Citations, Completion of.

322. Citations-Officer-Defendant Contacts.

324. Other Jurisdiction-Traffic Offenses.

326. Cancelling Citations.

328. Citation Books.

334. Refusal to Sign Citations.

340. Freeways.

342. Reporting Incompetent Drivers.

343. Under-the-Influence Drivers.

344. Traffic Cases Involving Physicians.

346. Traffic Cases Involving Juveniles.

347. Traffic Cases Involving Public Transportation.

349. Traffic Violations Involving Post Office

        Employees.

354. Traffic Violations.

360. Vehicle Equipment Violations.

372. Traffic Signs and Devices.

378. Intersection Control.

384. Parking Control.

385. Parking Department Vehicles.

387. Calibrating Speedometers.

TRAFFIC COLLISIONS - 4/400

405. Traffic Collision Terminology.

410. Preliminary Procedures at Scene of

        Traffic Collisions.

412. Specialized Collision Investigation Detail.

415. Traffic Collision Reporting Requirements.

420. Parties and Witnesses to Traffic Collisions.

430. Traffic Collision Investigative and

        Reporting Procedures.

432. Traffic Collision Injury Classification.

433. Combined Traffic Collision and Arrest

        Report-Implemented.

435. Traffic Deaths.

437. Collision Investigation Follow-up.

440. City Property-Involved Traffic Collision.

BOOKING, CUSTODY, AND DISPOSITION PROPERTY - 4/500

501. Automated Property Information Management

        System (APIMS).

505. Property Classifications.

510. Booking Procedure.

515. Location of Booking.

520. Property-To Whom Booked.

525. Preserving Property.

530. Marking Evidence for Identification.

535. Packaging of Booked Property.

536. Infectious Materials.

540. Items Requiring Special Handling or Processing.

543. Withdrawal of Narcotics Evidence.

544. Property Sign-Out.

545. Evidence to Court.

550. Disposition of Property.

552. Destruction of Evidence.

555. Release of Property.

560. Legal Process for Release of Property.

565. Special Dispositions.

570. Property Transfers.

575. Property Recovered in or Requested by an

        Outside Jurisdiction.

580. Department Retention and Use of

        Convertible Property.

585. Department Retention and Use of Contraband.

590. Use of Firearms in Sting Operations or Other Investigative Purposes.

BOOKING AND CUSTODY OF PRISONERS - 4/600

601. Prisoner Relations.

602. Police Custody of Hospitalized Arrestees.

604. Booking, General.

606. Types of Bookings.

610. Booking Charges.

611. Countywide Warrant System (CWS) Bookings.

615. Booking Military Personnel.

617. Booking on a Foreign California

        Adult Misdemeanor Warrant.

618. Arrest of British Nationals.

620. Searching arrestees at Booking Office.

625. Identification of Arrestees.

635. Photographing Prisoners and Suspects.

645. Custody and Release of Arrestee's

        Personal Property.

646. Supplemental Charge-Booked Prisoner.

648. Medical Treatment of Prisoners.

649. Prisoner Hygiene and Recreation..

650. Prisoners' Bail Bondsmen and Attorneys.

652. Jail Inspections.

653. Special Confinement and Observation of Prisoners.

654. Sobering Cell

657. Serving Legal Processes on Prisoners.

658. Messages by Persons in Custody.

659. Visiting of Prisoners.

660. Transferring and Transporting Booked Prisoners.

670. Escapees.

674. Release Control Files.

675. Releases, Detention Officer Duties.

680. Release on Bail.

681. Postbooking Release.

682. Exceptional Releases.

690. Juvenile Releases.

695. Registration of Convicted Persons.

FOLLOW-UP INVESTIGATION - 4/700

702. Detective's Case Envelope-Felony Arrestees.

705. Supplemental Charges-Booked Prisoners.

709. Deaths.

710. Homicides.

712. Missing/Found Persons.

715. Fugitives.

716. Notifications.

720. Complaints.

721. Gang Enhancement Procedures and

        Gang History Books.

722. Complaint Officer-City Attorney's Office.

725. Arrest Warrants.

728. National Crime Information Center (N.C.I.C.).

730. Interviewing.

733. Informants.

734. Confidential Informant Tracking System Database.

735. Divisional and Formal Show-Ups.

738. Photographic Identification.

740. Voice Identifications.

742. Search Warrants.

745. Subpoenas-Investigating Officers' Duties.

750. Taking Prisoners to Court.

755. Unfounding of Reports.

760. Bulletins and Wants.

762. Requests for Statistical Services.

765. Liaison with Other Agencies.

767. License to Carry Concealed Firearms.

770. Pawnshop Procedure.

772. Subrogated Property-Investigating Officers'

        Responsibilities.

775. Arrestees' Releases-Investigating Officers' Duties.

778. Notification of Felony Booking Disposition.

780. Vehicles-Investigation and Release.

782. Notification to Insurers on Suspected Fraud Cases.

790. Property-Investigation and Disposition.

792. Discovery Procedures.

OUTSIDE POLICE AGENCIES - 4/800

801. Outside Agencies.

810. Investigating Responsibility of Outside Police

        Agency Officers.

811. Responsibility of the Department on

        State University Property.

815. Fingerprint Investigation.

820. Outside Police Agency Reports.

830. Chemical Test Requested by Outside

        Police Agency Officer.

840. Evidence Booked by Outside Police Agencies.

841. Evidence Booked by CHP Officers.

850. Arrests by Outside Police Agency Officers.

851. California Highway Patrol Arrests.

860. Booking Outside Police Agency Arrestees.

865. Bookings by Outside Police Agencies.

870. Arraignment of Prisoners Booked by an

        Outside Police Agency.

871. Arraignment or Release of Prisoners of

        CHP Responsibility.

 

VOLUME 5 - CLERICAL OPERATIONS - Back to top

 

GENERAL - 5/000

010. Numbering System Used in Volume 5.

020. Indexing of Form Titles.

030. Report Procedure.

040. DR Numbers.

050. Record Retention Programs.

060. Indexing of Reports.

065. Time Recordation.

070. Filing of Reports.

080. Correspondence.

090. Distribution of Reports Completed by

        Outside Police Agency Officers.

092. Distribution of Reports Relating to Employee-

        Involved Use of Force Incidents.

095. Distribution of Reports Related to Incidents

        Involving Retired Peace Officers.

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