Alameda County Sheriff (ACSO) Archive

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Detentions and Corrections Policies

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INMATE INFORMATION AND FORMS

BODY CAMERAS AND DATA

ACSO Video Camera Instructions Software instructions for Personal Video Recording Equipment (body cameras)
ACSO Personal Video Recording Equipment Guidelines for the use of body cameras and the recordings
ACSO Body Worn Cameras General Order 2016 Sheriff’s Office policy for using, managing, storing, and retrieving data from body cameras

ACSO TRAINING

ACSO Training Academy Schedule Learning domains, calendars, training and testing specifications (2007-2008)
ACSO Self-Defense Class Outline Training outline on weaponless defense, searches, control holds, restraint and handcuffing, takedowns, ground control, batons, etc. (2006)
ACSO Arrest Methods, Defensive Tactics Instructor’s Guide Learning domains, training and testing specifications
ACSO Arrest Methods, Defensive Tactics Training Training outline from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (2010)
ACSO Arrest Methods, Defensive Tactics Instructor Academy Instructor training outline on arrest and use of force from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.)
ACSO Arrest Methods, Defensive Tactics Workbook Student workbook from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (updated 2009)
ACSO Person Searches Batons Arrest – Instructor Guide Training outline on searches, restraint, takedown, carotid restraint, weapons (1993)
ACSO Person Searches Batons Arrest – Specifications Training outline from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (1996)
ACSO Use of Force Training Workbook Student workbook from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (updated 2010)
ACSO Use of Force Table of Contents
ACSO Use of Force Instructor Outline Also includes course roster and subject hour distribution
ACSO Use of Force Training Outlines 2005, 2008 Training outlines from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (2005, 2008)
ACSO Use of Force Training Outlines 2005 Training outlines from Cal. Com’n on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) (2005)
ACSO Special Response Unit Weapons and Equipment Guidelines for specialized weapons, equipment, munitions and chemical agents used by the Special Response Unit (SRU)
ACSO Weapons Training Outlines 2000-2004 Instructor outlines for weapons proficiency training and use of force policy (2000-2004)
ACSO Weapons Training Outlines 2004-2006 Instructor outlines for weapons proficiency training and use of force policy (2004-2006)
ACSO Weapons Training Outlines 2006-2010 Instructor outlines for weapons proficiency training and use of force policy (2006-2010)
ACSO Weapons Proficiency, Lethal Force Training outline and policy for weapons proficiency and use of force (1997 and 2000)

SECURITY AND CONTROL

ACSO Security Site Clearance Form Blank form to request security clearance for job contracts
ACSO Video Communications and Interviews Provides for confidential telecommunications between officers of the court and inmates housed in Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Detention and Corrections facilities, in lieu of transporting the inmate to court.
ACSO Visiting-Search Team Order Describes duties of staff who conduct visits and searches of visitors
ACSO Lobby Staff Protocol Describes duties for lobby staff at Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility (GEDDF) and CP-11 at Santa Rita Jail (SRJ)
ACSO Telephone Monitoring Policy and procedure for controlling and using the Global Tel*Link LazerPhone telephone monitoring and recording system.
ACSO Incident Investigations Policy Policy for the investigation of involvement of Agency Personnel in incidents where death or great bodily injury occurs (General Order 1.02)
ACSO Use of Force General Order Guidelines on the authorized use of force by officers (General Order 1.05)
ACSO Use of Force Matrix Graphic showing officer options for responding to subject actions at various levels of seriousness (General Order 1.05)
ACSO Resistant Inmate Management Policy and procedure for managing resistant, uncooperative inmates while maintaining the orderly and efficient operation of the facility
ACSO Disturbances, Riots, Hunger Strikes Policy Plans and procedures for controlling disturbances, riots, attacks on staff or inmates, and hunger strikes

RECORDS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

ACSO Release of Public Information, General Order 1.22 Policies and procedures to comply with the California Public Records Act and other laws concerning the release of public information (General Order 1.22)
ACSO Record Retention – Civil Sheriff’s Civil Section policy regarding civil file retention and elimination (purge)
ACSO Record Retention, Destruction – Inmate Services Criteria for the purge and destruction of records maintained by the Inmate Services unit
ACSO Retention of Records – Management Services Division Policies on retention and disposition of Agency-wide records under the care of the Management Services Division (General Order 8.08)
ACSO Criminal Offender Record Information Policy on the dissemination of criminal offender record information (CORI) including CRIMS photographs
ACSO Subpoena Duces Tecum Procedures Procedures for accepting and complying with Subpoena Duces Tecums received by designated personnel
VISIT CLEARANCE
ACSO Visit Clearance Form

CONTRACTS & BUDGETS & AUDITS

Grand Jury Reports

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Health Inspection Reports

Community Corrections Partnership Reports

BSCC Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) Plan Implementation 2014

ACSO RELATED HEARINGS & PUBLIC TESTIMONY

JAIL DATA

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