Policies and Training

Senate Bill 978 requires that law enforcement agencies post all current standards, practices, operating procedures and education and training materials that would otherwise be available to the public if requested pursuant to the California Public Records Act.

 

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

SECTION I.   ADMINISTRATION, GENERAL POLICIES, AND PRACTICES

I-1: Organization Structure, Functions, and Responsibilities

I-2: Law Enforcement Role, Constitutional and Statutory Authority, Area of Jurisdiction, and Off-campus Response

I-3: Legal and Constitutional Authority for Arrest, Interrogation, Search and Seizure; Use of Discretion  

I-4: Rules of Conduct

I-5: Personnel Early Warning System

I-6: Uniforms and Personal Appearance

I-7: Planning, Research, and Crime Analysis

I-8: Eagle Patrol Bicycle Policy

I-9: Public Information and Media Policy

I-10: Classification/Delineation of Duties and Responsibilities

I-11: Key Control

I-12: Time Keeping Procedures

I-13: Student Assistant Timekeeping

I-14: Stolen Vehicle Logging Procedures

I-15: Fiscal Management and Agency Owned Property

I-16: Megan’s Law (C.P.C. 290, 290.4)

I-17: Performance Evaluation

I-18: Performance-Based Step Increase [SUPA]

I-19: Emergency and Incident Notifications

I-20: Eagle Patrol Use of State Vehicles

I-21: Employee Contact Info. & Emergency Notification

I-22: Administrative Reporting

I-23: Discipline Procedures

I-24: Campus Watch Program

I-25: Honors, Awards, and Recognition Program

I-26: Hate Crimes and Incidents

I-27: Sexual Harassment

I-28: Auxiliaries - Eagle Patrol

I-29: Parking Appeal Process Guidelines

1-30: Collective Bargaining

I-31: Recruitment, Selection, and Promotion

I-32: Internal Affairs

I-33: Line and Staff Inspections

I-34: Compensation, Benefits, and Conditions of Work

I-35: Outside Employment

I-36: Grievance Procedures

I-37: Major Incident Reporting

I-38: Campus Public Safety Reporting and Clery Requirements

I-39: Identification Cards for Retired Sworn Personnel

I-40: Military Deployment and Reintegration

I-41: Hate Crimes

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

SECTION IV.      FIELD PROCEDURES

IV-1: Use of Force

IV-2: Care, Use, and the Approval of Weapons

IV-3: Unusual Occurrences

IV-4: Private Person (Citizen) Arrest

IV-5: Traffic

IV-6: Handling Lost, Stolen, and Fraudulent Parking Decals

IV-7: Collection of Parking Meter Revenue

IV-8: Parking Enforcement Guidelines

IV-9: Pursuit Policy

IV-10: V.I.P. / Dignitary Protection

IV-11: Response to Domestic Violence

IV-12: Missing Persons and Runaways

IV-13: Bomb Threats

IV-14: Arrest Procedures & Legal Process

IV-15: Response to Sexual Assault Crimes

IV-16: Traffic Direction and Control

IV-17: Traffic Collision Investigation

IV-18: Responding to Routine and Emergency Calls

IV-19: Victim/Witness Assistance

IV-20: Computer Crimes Investigations

IV-21: Patrol Operations

IV-22: Bicycle Patrol

IV-23: Criminal Investigations

IV-24: Preliminary and Follow-up Investigations

IV-25: Vice, Drugs, and Organized Crime

IV-26: Critical Response Unit

IV-27: Juvenile Operations

IV-28: Prisoner Transport

IV-29: Temporary Detention Facility

IV-30: Special Events

IV-31: Hostage/Barricade Situations

IV-32: Mass Arrests

IV-33: Victim Notification Procedures

IV-34: Bias Based Profiling

IV-35: Mobile Command & Emergency Support Vehicle

IV-36: Personal Digital Recorders

IV-37: Incident Command Systems

IV-38: Report Writing

IV-39: Responding to Persons with Mental Illness

IV-40: Less Lethal Force Options

IV-41: Active Shooter Protocol

IV-42: Consular Notifications & Foreign Nationals

IV-43: Criminal Intelligence and Homeland Security Activities

IV-44: Photographic and Physical Lineups

IV-45: Identity Theft Crimes

IV-46: Police Motorcycle Operations

IV-47: Risk Assessment and Safety Issues

IV-48: Alert System- Emergency and Mass Notification

IV-49: Conducted Electrical Weapon           

IV-50: Body Worn Cameras

IV-51: In-Car Camera Policy