General Policy Information
Latest Revision Date: 5/15/2013
Title 1 - Department Structure and Function
Title 2 - Department Employment
Title 3 - Employee Welfare
Title 4 - Timekeeping
Title 5 - Employee Conduct
Title 6 - Arrests, Search and Seizure
Title 7 - Evidence and Property
Title 8 - Use of Force
Title 9 - Equipment and Uniforms
Title 10 - Police Facilities & Security
Title 11 - Detainee Management
Title 12 - Department Information Systems
Title 13 - Vehicle Operations
Title 14 - Emergency Operations
Title 15 - Primary Investigation
15.210 - Investigating Property Held by a Pawnshop or Used-Goods Store
Title 16 - Patrol Operations
Effective Date: 5/16/2012
The suspect’s tag.
Lists the suspects tag as an alias in the MRE. If the suspect is unknown, then list the tag in the "possible name field".
Discarded paint cans; submit for latent prints.
Graffiti sketchbooks, or other paperwork produced by suspects.
Computers, camera phones and cameras that might have been used to photograph graffiti.
Victim information if known.
The object that was damaged indicating size and material composition.
How the graffiti was applied; for example, spray paint, marker, etching acid.
Description of the graffiti and what the graffiti says.
Estimated cost to remove the graffiti.
- If the graffiti involves a rail car, then the Officer will record the rail car identification number in the GO Report.
- An example of an identification number on a railcar owned by Burlington Northern Santa Fe railway would be “BNSF 45941.”