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Training 

The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department uses training materials offered by other outside agencies, such as the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office. 

Policies 

The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department policies are currently being updated. Any redactions made to older policies are due to the redacted sections being outdated and replaced with current policies. 

100 Law Enforcement Authority

101 Seat Belts

200 Organizational Structure and Responsibility

201 Departmental Directive

204 Electronic Mail

205 Administrative Communications

206 Staffing Levels

207 License to Carry a Firearm

300 Use of Force

302 Handcuffing and Restraints

303 Control Devices and Techniques

304 Conducted Electrical Weapon

306 Firearms

307 Vehicle Pursuits

308 Officer Response to Calls

310 Domestic Violence

311 Search and Seizure

312 Temporary Custody of Juveniles

313 Adult Abuse 

314 Discriminatory Harassment

315 Child Abuse

316 Missing Persons

317 Public Alerts

318 Victim and Witness Assistance

319 Hate Crimes

320 Standards of Conduct

322 Report Preparation

323 Media Relations

324 Subpoenas and Court Appearances 

325 Reserve Officers

326 Outside Agency Assistance

327 Registered Offender Information

328 Major Incident Notification

329 Death Investigation

330 Identity Theft

331 Private Persons Arrests 

334 Communications with Persons with Disabilities

335 Mandatory Employer Notification

336 Biological Samples

337 Chaplains

339 Child and Dependent Adult Safety

340 Service Animals

341 Volunteer Program

342 Off-Duty Law Enforcement Actions

346 Gun Violence Restraining Orders

400 Patrol Function

401 Bias-Based Policing

402 Briefing Training

403 Crime and Disaster Scene Integrity

404 Ride-Along Policy

405 Hazardous Material Response

406 Hostage and Barricade Incidents

407 Response to Bomb Calls

408 Mental Illness Commitments

409 Cite and Release Policy

411 Rapid Response and Deployment

413 Immigration Violations

414 Emergency Utility Service

415 Aircraft Accidents

417 Obtaining Air Support

420 Watch Commanders

423 Medical Marijuana

424 Foot Pursuits

425 Automated License Plate Readers ALPRs

426 Homeless Persons

427 First Amendment Assemblies

603 Eyewitness Identification

1000 Recruitment and Selection

1004 Anti-Retaliation 

1005 Reporting of Employee Convictions

1006 Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace

1007 Sick Leave

1009 Smoking and Tobacco Use

1012 Body Armor

1022 Occupational Disease and Work-Related Injury Reporting

1023 Personal Appearance Standards

1024 Uniform Regulations

1027 Department Badges

Section 1 - Department Policy Manual

Section 3 - Conduct.Redacted.10.12.18_Redacted

Section 4 - Duty Schedule and Reporting Requirements.REVISED 10.15.2018_Redacted

Section 6-General Reporting Procedures

Section 7-Administrative Procedures

Section 10 - Outside Employment

Section 12 - Personnel

Section 14 - Disclosure of Public Info.

Section 19 - Arrests_Redacted with Lexpol Edits_Redacted.6.25.19

Section 20 - Mobilization Plans

Section 25 - Training

Section 26 - Personnel Complaints and Investigative Procedures

Section 27 - Property

Section 28 - Police Canine Program

Section 31 - Arson Investigations 

Section 32-Loud Party Response

Section 35 - Officer Involved Shooting 

Section 37 - Audio Recording Equipment

Section 41 - Police Interns

Section 43 - Motorcycle Program

Section 44 - ATV Program

Section 47 - Special Assignments

Section 49-Evaluations 

Section 50-Megan's Law

Section 51-Use of Electronic Devices

Section 53-Patrol Rifle Policy