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Senate Bill 978

SENATE BILL 978 DEFINITION

This bill would, commencing January 1, 2020, require the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and each local law enforcement agency to conspicuously post on their Internet Web sites all current standards, policies, practices, operating procedures, and education and training materials that would otherwise be available to the public if a request was made pursuant to the California Public Records Act. By imposing this requirement on local law enforcement agencies, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

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Twin Rivers Unified School District Policy Manual

Please note the Twin Rives Unified School District Police Department Policy Manual is a living document and is subject to regular review, revisions, and updates based on legislative changed, case law, and identified best practices. The current online version of the Policy Manual posted here will be reviewed annually to ensure any revisions and updates from the previous year are contained in the online version.

The Twin Rivers Unified School District Police Department Policy Manual is currently held on the Lexipol platform and can be found (link coming soon)

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CURRENT STANDARDS, PRACTICES AND OPERATING PROCEDURES

The State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General web page publishes several best practice informational bulletins, procedure and policy manuals related to California information systems used by the Twin Rivers USD Police Department on their web page HERE.
 
These topics include but are not limited to;
 
California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System Policies, Practices and Procedures (and Statutes) Manual encompassing Criminal History, Restraining Order, Automated Property, Automated Firearms, Stolen Vehicles, and Missing Persons systems.Instructions for reporting use of force incidents to the California Department of Justice and Record Sealing Handbook.
 
The State of California Office of Emergency Services web page publishes several best practice informational bulletins, procedure and policy manuals related to emergency management used by the Twin Rivers USD Police Department on their web page HERE.
 
These topics include by are not limited to:
 
ICS Training Requirements and Guidance
SEMS Training Requirements and Guidance
NIMS Training Requirement and Guidance
School Emergency Planning and Safety
 
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation web page publishes several best practice informational bulletins, procedure and policy manuals related to national criminal information systems and other information used by the Twin Rivers USD Police Department on their web page HERE.
Topics include but are not limited to:
 
Criminal Justice Information System
Domestic Terrorism
Interstate Identification Index
National Crime Information Center
Uniform Crime Reporting
 
 
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration publishes several best practice informational bulletins, procedure and policy manuals related to traffic safety used by the Twin Rivers USD Police Department on their web page HERE.
 
The U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration publishes several best practice informational bulletins, procedure and policy manuals related to narcotic safety used by the Twin Rivers USD Police Department on their web page HERE.
 
 

OUTSIDE DEPARTMENT EDUCATION AND TRAINING MATERIALS

The Twin Rivers USD Police Department utilizes several different agencies to provide training both on site and remotely. Specific information regarding class descriptions can be found on the web page links provided below. These agencies include but are not limited to:
 
 

Twin Rivers USD Police Department Field Training Program

Field Training Program Manual outlines the training program expectations, goals and basic minimal training guidelines.

(Link Coming Soon)