- A1 Body Armor
- A2 Mandatory Reading Board
- A3 Sick Leave
- A4 Communicable Diseases
- A5 Emergency Driving in Non-Pursuit and Pursuit Situations
- A6 Implementation of Crime Victim’s Compensation Act
- A7 Mobile Video/Audio Recording Equipment
- A8 Timely Warning (PDF)
- A9 Bias-Based Profiling
- A10 Ride Along Program
- A11 Seizure and Forfeiture of Contraband
- A12 Use of Force
- A13 Duty Weapons / Lethal & Less-Lethal (PDF)
- A14 K-9 Unit
- A15 Special Response Team
- A16 Emergency Messages
- A17 Cellular Telephones
|Title||Operations / Policy A-16|
|Purpose||This policy is meant to set guidelines for receiving emergency messages from outside entities and then delivering the message to a member of the campus community.|
|Scope||This policy applies to all personnel.|
The delivery of emergency messages received by Teletype or telephone request will be accepted and handled as a service call.
- The message shall be delivered as quickly and professionally as possible.
- When delivering a death message officers shall, when possible:
- Deliver the message in person.
- Use the services of the on call chaplain.
- The on-call chaplain shall be contacted by their on duty pager by a supervisor and requested to meet with the officer assigned to deliver the message.
- If known, a friend of the family should be contacted to accompany the officer and the chaplain when the message is delivered.
- When delivering a message of serious injury or illness the officer:
- Shall attempt to make contact by telephone. If unable to make contact, the officer shall make notification in person.
- May request the assistance of the on call chaplain in delivering the message.
- These procedures apply to both those requests made locally and those initiated by other agencies.