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Flagstaff Police Department

Flagstaff Police Department Policy 300

This policy provides guidelines on the reasonable use of force in response to the resistance of

an individual. While there is no way to specify the exact amount or type of reasonable force to be

applied in any situation, every member of this department is expected to use these guidelines to

make such decisions in a professional, impartial and reasonable manner.

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ARS 13-405

Effective: July 29, 2010

A.R.S. § 13-405

§ 13-405. Justification; use of deadly physical force

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Policy 314

Vehicle Pursuit Policy 

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Policy 429 - Immigration Enforcement

The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for the management of investigations into issues

related to immigration enforcement.

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Flagstaff Police Department Policy 1020

This policy provides guidelines for the reporting, investigation and disposition of complaints

regarding the conduct of members of the Flagstaff Police Department. This policy shall not

apply to any questioning, counseling, instruction, informal verbal admonishment or other routine

or unplanned contact of a member in the normal course of duty, by a supervisor or any other

member, nor shall this policy apply to a criminal investigation.

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Flagstaff Police Department Policy 449

The Flagstaff Police Department is committed to the belief that on-officer video is an important and

valuable tool for law enforcement. On-officer video is essentially audio-video documentation of

a police officer’s investigative and enforcement activities from the perspective of the officer. The

use of on-officer video is expected to result in greater transparency, more effective prosecution,

more efficient citizen complaint investigations, and improved protection against false allegations

of excessive use of force, misconduct, or racial profiling.

Some officers who have recognized the protective function of audio or video recording have

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Peace Officer Bill of Rights

When any public safety officer is under investigation and subjected to interrogation by his or her commanding officer, or any other member of the employing public safety department, that could lead to punitive action, the interrogation shall be conducted under the following conditions. For more information please review Arizona Revised Statutes 38-1101 through 38-1110

Arizona Revised Statutes