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General Orders 2006Edit

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The General Order Manual (GOM) is the primary policy manual of the Prince George’s County Police Department and contains policies that are broadly applicable to the entire Department. All General Orders are established, revised, and approved by authority of the Chief of Police. Unless otherwise indicated, all General Orders apply to all Department employees.

The GOM is organized into three volumes:

  • Volume I - Administration
  • Volume II - Operations
  • Volume III - Forms

Duties & Responsibilities of Departmental Components


Volume I – AdministrationEdit

1. Departmental Policy System

2. Administrative Hearing Boards

3. Committees, Councils & Panels

4. Complaints

5. Computers & Technology

6. Court Liaison

7. Criminal Charges, Civil Orders, & Domestic Violence Involving

Employees

8. Departmental Accidents

9. Departmental Awards

10. Departmental Vehicles

11. Discipline

12. Discrimination & Sexual Harassment

13. Employee Benefits & Clearance Procedures

14. Employee Evaluation Information System (Evalis) (Pending)

15. Employee Injuries & Illnesses

16. Employee Wellness & Drug Testing

17. Equipment

18. Extra-Duty Employment

19. Facility Security

20. Field Training Program

21. Fiscal & Asset Management

22. Internal Investigative Procedures

23. Leave & Duty Status

24. Management Information Systems

25. Mobile Data Computers (Mdc)

26. Mobile Video System (Mvs)

27. Overtime

28. Performance Appraisals (Ppa)

29. Personnel Allocation

30. Personnel Inspections

31. Position Vacancies & Transfers

32. Protocol

33. Records & Reports

34. Training & Education

35. Uniform & Grooming Regulations

Volume II – OperationsEdit

1. Accident Investigation

2. Alarms

3. Animal Complaints

4. Arrest, Transport, & Processing

5. Barricades

6. Bicycle Procedures

7. Bomb Incidents

8. Calls For Service & Escorts, Responding To

9. Canine Operations

10. Child Abuse, Child Neglect, & Vulnerable Adults

11. Code Enforcement

12. Concurrent Jurisdiction, Mutual Aid Agreements, & Extra

Jurisdictional Incidents

13. Contacts With Diplomats & Arrest Or Detention Of Foreign

Nationals

14. County Courthouse & County Correctional Center,

Emergencies At

15. Court Appearances & Summons Service

16. Criminal Arrest Warrants, Search Warrants, & Raids

17. Criminal Investigations

18. Death Scenes & Transport Of Deceased Persons, Responding To

19. Departmental Programs

20. Domestic Violence, Stalking, & Harassment

21. Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Drugs

22. Drug Tax Liability

23. Emergency Petitions & Responses To Individuals With Mental

Disorders

24. Extortion

25. Failure To Pay Complaints

26. Field Interviews

27. Financial Crimes

28. Forced Entry, Hazard, & Next-Of-Kin Notifications

29. Hate Incidents

30. Hazardous & Radioactive Materials

31. Impounds & Vehicles

32. Incident Command System & Greater Metropolitan Washington

Area Police & Fire/Rescue Services Mutual Aid Operation Plan

33. Juvenile Procedures

34. Kidnapping, Abduction, & Amber Alert

35. Loitering

36. Missing Persons

37. Narcotic, Vice, & Gang Related Information

38. Obscene Matter

39. Obtaining Prescription Medication By Fraud

40. Product Tampering

41. Property & Evidence

42. Pursuits

43. Radio Procedures

44. Robberies, Responding To

45. Roll Call

46. School Incidents, Responding To

47. Sex Offenses, Responding To

48. Sick, Injured, Or Intoxicated Individuals & Shelters

49. Strikes, Picketing, & Demonstrations

50. Traffic Law Enforcement

51. Use Of Force

52. Weapons

53. Weather-Related Emergencies & Emergency Mobilization

54. Workplace Disturbances, Responding To


Volume III – FormsEdit


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