SECTION VI CRITICAL OPERATIONS

 

CHAPTER 6-1           ARREST

 

6-1-1               Objective

6-1-2               Policy

6-1-3               Procedure

6-1-4               Legal Overview

6-1-5               Criminal and Civil Process

6-1-6               Arrest With a Warrant

6-1-7               Arrest Without a Warrant

6-1-8               Obtaining Arrest Warrants After Warrantless Arrest

6-1-9               Transporting Prisoners

6-1-10             Special Transport Situations

6-1-11             Prisoner Restraint

6-1-12             Arrival at Destination

6-1-13             Escape of Prisoner

6-1-14             Impounding Vehicles

6-1-15             Booking Procedures

6-1-16             Interrogation and Interviews

6-1-17             Immunity from Arrest

6-1-18             Summary of Arrest Procedure

6-1-19             Fingerprint able Offenses/Fingerprinting of Arrested Persons

 

CHAPTER 6-2           ARRESTS FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

 

6-2-1               Objective

6-2-2               Policy

6-2-3               Procedure

6-2-4               Field Sobriety Tests

6-2-5               Implied Consent Warning

6-2-6               Chemical Tests

6-2-7               Accidents Resulting in Serious Injury or Fatalities

6-2-8               Arresting Officer Responsibility

6-2-9               Bond for DUI Arrested Person

 

CHAPTER 6-3           JUVENILE OFFENDERS

 

6-3-1               Objective

6-3-2               Policy

6-3-3               Procedure

6-3-4               Juvenile Court Jurisdiction

6-3-5               Incidents Involving Juvenile Offenders

6-3-6               When a Child May Be Taken Into Custody (O.C.G.A. 15-11-17)


6-3-7               Juveniles Taken Into Custody

6-3-8               Detention of Juveniles Alleged to be Delinquent (O.C.G.A. 15-11-20)

6-3-9               Child Taken Into Custody is Not an Arrest

6-3-10             Officer Responsibility When Taking a Child into Custody          

6-3-11             Child in Custody for Suspected Capital Felony

6-3-12             Questioning Juveniles

6-3-13             Notifying Juvenile Court Officer

6-3-14             Juvenile Arrested for D.U.I. of Drugs and/or Alcohol

6-3-15             Juveniles and Implied Consent

6-3-16             Juvenile Traffic Charges

6-3-17             Juvenile Court Petitions

6-3-18             Maintenance of Juvenile Records

6-3-19             Inspection of Juvenile Records

6-3-20             Fingerprinting and Photographing Juveniles

 

CHAPTER 6-4           SEARCH AND SEIZURE

 

6-4-1               Objective

6-4-2               Policy

6-4-3               Circumstances Requiring a Warrant

6-4-4               Procedure for Obtaining a Warrant

6-4-5               Execution of  Warrant

6-4-6               Exceptions to Warrant Requirement/Arrest

6-4-7               Exceptions to Warrant Requirement/Vehicles

6-4-8               Exceptions to Warrant Requirement/Other Circumstances

6-4-9               Searching Prisoners of the Opposite Sex

 

CHAPTER 6-5           EVIDENCE AND PROPERTY CONTROL

 

6-5-1               Objective

6-5-2               Policy

6-5-3               Procedure

6-5-4               Arrestees=  Personal Property

6-5-5               Found Property

6-5-6                Evidence and Recovered Property

6-5-7               Evidence Required for Court

6-5-8               Release of Property or Evidence

6-5-9               Purging of Evidence

6-5-10             Packaging and/or Tagging Property or Evidence

6-5-11             Evidence Custodian Procedures

6-5-12             Tagging Weapons

6-5-13             Drug Evidence

6-5-14             Evidence and Property Room

 

 


CHAPTER 6-6           EMERGENCY AND PURSUIT DRIVING

 

6-6-1               Objective

6-6-2               Policy

6-6-3               Procedure

6-6-4               Emergency Driving

6-6-5               Definition

6-6-6               Pursuit Driving Procedure for Initial Officer

6-6-7               Secondary Officer=s Responsibilities

6-6-8               Authorization for APursuits@

6-6-9               Traffic Laws and Jurisdiction during APursuits@

6-6-10             Termination of a APursuit@

6-6-11             APursuit@ Documentation

6-6-12             Communication Officer=s Responsibilities

6-6-13             Pursuit Driving Review

6-6-14             Roadblocks

6-6-15             Use of Tire Deflation Devices

 

CHAPTER 6-7           USE OF NON-DEADLY FORCE

 

6-7-1               Objective

6-7-2               Policy

6-7-3               Procedure

6-7-4               Guidelines for use of Non-Deadly Force

6-7-5               Non-Deadly Force Methods and Weapons

6-7-6               Use of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)

6-7-7               Procedure for use of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)

6-7-8               Clean Up Procedure for oleoresin Capsicum (OC)

6-7-9               Use of Expandable Baton

6-7-10             Use of Tasers

6-7-11             Procedure for the use of M-26 Taser

6-7-12             Responsibilities in using the M-26 Taser

6-7-13             Tactical Deployment of the M-26 Taser

6-7-14             Mechanically Launched Oleoresin Capsicum

6-7-15             Report required when force is used

6-7-16             Medical attention for injury

6-7-17             Reports through Chain of Command

6-7-18             Training Requirements

 

CHAPTER 6-8           FIREARMS REGULATIONS

 

6-8-1               Objective

6-8-2               Policy and Procedure

6-8-3               Discharge of Firearm (On or Off Duty)

6-8-4               Handguns to be Carried Loaded


6-8-5               On-Duty Shotguns and Rifles

6-8-6               Firearm Alterations

6-8-7               Firearm Inspections

6-8-8               Approved Holsters

 

CHAPTER 6-9           USE OF DEADLY FORCE

 

6-9-1               Objective

6-9-2               Policy

6-9-3               Procedure

6-9-4               Definitions

6-9-5               Purpose of Deadly Force

6-9-6               Situations Which May Require Deadly Force

6-9-7               Unauthorized use of Deadly Force

6-9-8               Surrendering Weapons to Suspect(s)

6-9-9               Firing from Moving Vehicle

6-9-10             Drawing or Exhibiting Weapons

 

 

CHAPTER 6-10         DEPARTMENTAL RELATED FIREARM INJURIES

 

6-10-1             Objective

6-10-2             Policy

6-10-3             Procedure

6-10-4             Preliminary Report by Shift Commander

6-10-5             Investigation of Firearm Related Death or Injury

6-10-6             Administrative Leave During Investigation

6-10-7             Selection of Review Board Members

6-10-8             Firearm Discharge Board

6-10-9             Results of Investigation

6-10-10           Final Disposition

 

CHAPTER 6-11         POLICE VEHICLES**************

 

6-11-1             Objective

6-11-2             Policy

6-11-3             Definitions

6-11-4             Take Home Vehicle Assignments

6-11-5              Use of Take Home Vehicles

6-11-6             Care and Maintenance of Vehicles

6-11-7             Administrative Services Division

6-11-8             Field Services Division

6-11-9             Drug Enforcement Section

6-11-10            Support Services Division

6-11-11           Specialized Vehicles


 

 

CHAPTER 6-12         PURCHASE AND RECEIVING CONTROL

 

6-12-1             Objective

6-12-2             Policy

6-12-3             Agency Non-Cash Fiscal Activities

6-12-4             Annual Budget                

6-12-5             Accounting                       

6-12-6             Supplies, Equipment, Purchase/Rentals

6-12-7             Petty Cash

6-12-8             Cash Receipts Through Records

6-12-9             Emergency Purchases or Rentals

6-12-10           Receiving Department Purchases

6-12-11           Inventories and Property Maintenance

 

CHAPTER 6-13         EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

 

6-13-1             Objective

6-13-2             Policy

6-13-3             Emergency Planning

6-13-4             Notification

6-13-5             Disaster Plan

6-13-6             Rumor Control

6-13-7             Emergency Conditions

6-13-8             Bombs and Bomb Threats

6-13-9             Procedure for Bombs or Bomb Threats

6-13-10           Building Evacuation during Bomb Threats

6-13-11           Responding Officer/Bomb Threats

6-13-12           Searching for the Bomb

6-13-13           Vehicle Searches

6-13-14           Actions Upon Location of a Suspected Bomb

6-13-15           Conclusion of Search

6-13-16           Hazardous Chemicals

6-13-17           Fires

6-13-18           Radioactive Materials

6-13-19           De-escalation Procedures

6-13-20           Evacuation

6-13-21           Maintenance of Plan

 

CHAPTER 6-14         EMERGENCY ACTIONS

 

6-14-1             Objective

6-14-2             Rationale

6-14-3             Responsibilities


6-14-4             Administration

6-14-5             Level OPCON 5

6-14-6             Responsibilities

6-14-7             Procedures for OPCON 5

6-14-8             Level OPCON 4

6-14-9             Responsibilities

6-14-10           Procedures for OPCON 4

6-14-11           Level OPCON 3

6-14-12           Responsibilities

6-14-13           Procedures for OPCON 3

6-14-14           Level OPCON 2

6-14-15           Responsibilities

6-14-16           Procedures for OPCON 2

6-14-17           Level OPCON 1

6-14-18           Responsibilities

6-14-19           Procedures for OPCON 1

6-14-20           Alert Notification Roster

 

CHAPTER 6-15         VICTIMS/WITNESS ASSISTANCE

 

6-15-1             Objective

6-15-2             Policy

6-15-3             State of Georgia=s Victimization Categories

6-15-4             Procedure

6-15-5             Victim Assistance Through the District Attorney=s Office

6-15-6             Role of the Criminal Investigation Section

6-15-7             The Role of the Police Department

6-15-8             Victim/Witness Notification                  

6-15-9             Notification of Next of Kin

6-15-10           Supplemental Offender and Victim Information (SOVI) Form

6-15-11           Responsibility of Supervisor

 

CHAPTER 6-16         CIVIL DISTURBANCE

 

6-16-1             Objective

6-16-2             Policy

6-16-3             Procedure

6-16-4             Civil Disturbance Plan

6-16-5             News Media Notification

6-16-6             Field Command Post   

6-16-7             Liaison

6-16-8             Law Enforcement/Military Support

6-16-9             Public Facilities

6-16-10           Traffic Control

6-16-11           Equipment Requirements


6-16-12           De-Escalation Procedures

6-16-13           Civil Disturbance Reports

6-16-14           Procedures for Processing Mass Arrests

6-16-15           Assistance Requested by Glynn County Detention Center

6-16-16           Maintenance of Civil Disorder Plan

 

CHAPTER 6-17         HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS

 

6-17-1             Objective

6-17-2             Policy

6-17-3             Hostage Negotiator Selection

6-17-4             Negotiator Notification

6-17-5             Hostage Situations

 

CHAPTER 6-18         V.I.P. SECURITY

 

6-18-1             Objective

6-18-2             Policy

6-18-3             Responsibilities

6-18-4             Procedures

 

CHAPTER 6-19         TEMPORARY DETENTION AREAS****************

 

6-19-1             Objective

6-19-2             Policy

6-19-3             Authorized Temporary Detention Areas

6-19-4             Supervision of Detainee

6-19-5             Training                                               

 

CHAPTER 6-20         COURT PROCEDURES

 

6-20-1             Objective

6-20-2             Courtroom Demeanor

6-20-3             Courtroom Attire

6-20-4             Preparation for Court

6-20-5             Court Attendance

6-20-6             Officer=s Attendance Responsibility for Court Appearances

6-20-7             Physical Security of Municipal Court

6-20-8             Procedures for Municipal Court

6-20-9             Emergency Procedures for Municipal Court

 

CHAPTER 6-21         BARRICADE INCIDENTS

 

6-21-1             Objective

6-21-2             Policy


6-21-3             First Officer(S) on the Scene

6-21-4             Shift Commander at the Scene

6-21-5             Communication Section

6-21-6             Negotiator Responsibility

6-21-7             Tactical Team Responsibility

 

CHAPTER 6-22         SPECIAL OR UNUSUAL EVENTS

 

6-22-1             Objective

6-22-2             Policy

6-22-3             Events Requiring Permits

6-22-4             Event Coordinator Responsibilities

6-22-5             Coordination of Personnel

6-22-6             Special Events Action Plan

 

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