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JCPD Standard Operating Procedures

The City of Johns Creek Police Department Standard Operating Procedures are listed below. 
 
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Chapter 1

01-01 - Department Mission Goals and Objectives
01-02 - Written Directive System
01-03 - Fiscal Management
01-06 - Authority and Responsibility for Command
01-07 - Fleet management Maintenance and Inspection
01-08 - Inspections and Inventory
01-09 - Performance Evaluations and Early Warning Systems
01-10 - Promotions Specialized Assignments and Demotions
01-11 - Recruitment and Selection of Personnel
01-12 - Complaints Against Officers - Internal Affairs
01-13 - Administrative Searches
01-14 - Depatment Commendations and Awards
01-15 - Bias Based Profiling - Prohibited
01-16 - Assigned Police Vehicle and Take-home Car Program
01-17 - Asset Forfeiture
01-18 - Court Security - Court Duties
01-19 - Field Mobile Data Computers Issuance Terms and Con
01-20 - RapidID Devices
01-21 - City Council and Public Meeting Security
01-22 - Social Media Policy

Chapter 2

02-01- Shift Change Procedure - Roll Call
02-02 - Uniform Patrol Operations
02-03 - Responding to Calls and Vehicle Operations
02-04 - Written Incident Reports
02-05 - Field Contacts and Interviews
02-06 - Securing and Transporting in Custody Arrest - Prison
02-07 - Managing and Transporting of Mentally Ill Persons
02-08 - Family Violence
02-09 - Civil Disputes
02-10 - Demonstrations and Protests (and Labor Disputets)
02-11 - Missing Persons
02-12 - VIP-Executive Protection
02-13 - Vehicle Impound - Abandoned Vehicles-Inventory
02-14 - Stolen Vehicles-Recoveries-Stolen-Lost Tags
02-15 - Audio Visual Recording
02-16 - Bicycle Patrol
02-17 - Exposure to Communicable Diseases
02-18 - Traffic Enforcement Administration
02-19 - Traffic Law Enforcement
02-20 - Traffic Stops-Vehicle Pullovers
02-21 - Accident Investigation
02-22 - DUI Enforcement
02-23 - Traffic Direction and Control
02-24 - Speed Measuring Devices
02-25 - Rroad Safety Checks - D.U.I. Checkpoint
02-26 - Traffic Safety Unit and Enforcement
02-27 - Parking Enforcement
02-28 - Voiding of Unofirm Traffic Citations
02-29 - Suspended-Revoked License
02-30 - Canine (K9) Units
02-31 - Crime Prevention and Community Relations
02-32 - Juvenile Offenders
02-33 - Criminal Investigation Division - Administration
02-34 - Investigative Ops - Preliminary Investigations
02-35 - Follow-Up Investigations
02-36 - Collection of Evidence
02-38 - Vice, Drugs and Organized Crime, Communitty Response Team
02-39 - Intelligence
02-40 - Business Licensing Backgrounds
02-41 - Alcohol Beverage License-Enforcement Actions
02-42 - Informants Management
02-50 - Critical Incidents
02-51 - Suspicious Packages
02-52 - Active Threa and-or Shooter Incidents
02-53 - Eyewitness Identification
02-54 - License PLate Recognition Systems
02-55 - Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS)
02-56 - Speical Purpose Vehicles
02-57 - Body Worn Cameras

Chapter 3

03-01 - Training Division
03-02 - Training Programs
03-03 - FTO Policy
03-04 - Training Attendance and Training Records
03-05 - Firearms Training
03-06 - Career and Professional Development
03-07 - Records Section
03-08 - Dissemination of Information
03-09 - Planning and Research, Accreditation Compliance and Forms
03-12 - Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS)
03-14 - Citizen's Auxiliary Police Service
03-15 - Chaplain Program
03-16 - Media Releases and Public Information
03-17 - Notification of Major Events and Emergencies
03-18 - Line of Duty Death - Funeral Protocol
03-19 - Inclement Weather
03-20 - Naloxone Evzio Program
03-23 - Chiefs Advisory Council
03-24 - Student Intern Program
03-25 - Reserve Offiicer Program
 

Chapter 4

04-01 - Ethics (Code of Conduct)
04-02 - Enforcement Policy (Officer Discretion)
04-05 (Uniform and Dress Code)
04-06 - Equipment
04-07 - Damage Claims - Personal Uniform and Equipment
04-08 - Legal Process
04-09 - Search and Seizure
04-10 - Arrests
04-11 - Probably Cause Affidaviits
04-12 - Retail Theft Affidavits
04-13 - Notice to Appear-Traffic Citations
04-14 - Immunity from Arrests
04-15 - Alternatives to Arrest (Diversion Programs)
04-16 - Use of Force
04-17 - Use of Force Investigatitons
04-18 - Use of Force Tools
04-19 - Motor Vehicle Pursuits
04-23 - Evidence and Property Control
04-24 - Seconday Employment
04-25 - Unwanted Conduct or Behavior
04-26 - Abuse of Leave
04-27 - Fitness and Wellness Program
04-28 - Long Term Military Deployment