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SHOOTING POLICY
It is the policy to resort to the use of a firearm under law, when it reasonably appears to be necessary:

(a)to protect him or herself or others from immediate threat of death or serious bodily injury.
(b)to effect the arrest or prevent the escape of a felon who has committed or intends to commit a felony involving the inflicting of serious bodily injury or death. a verbal warning should precede the use of deadly force, where feasible.
(c)To stop a dangerous animal.
(d)May kill an animal that is so badly injured where other dispositions are impractical.
(e)For target practice at a range.
(f)To signal or sound for alarm (i.e. Search and Rescue, no radio contact is available)
WARNING SHOTS
Generally, warning shots or shots fired for the purpose of summoning aid are discouraged.
MOVING VEHICLES
Shots fired at or from a moving vehicle are generally discouraged. This is not intended to restrict an officer’s right to use deadly force directed at the operator of a vehicle when it is reasonably perceived that the vehicle is being used as a weapon against the officer or others
OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATIONS
(a)Criminal Investigation of the incident by the agency having jurisdiction where the incident occurred.
(b)A Criminal investigation of the involved deputy/officer(s) conducted by an outside agency.
(c)An Administrative Investigation conducted by the involved deputy/officer’s agency, to determine if there were any violations of Department policy.
AFR RACE CODES
B = Black
W = White
H = Hispanic
A = Other Asian
X = Unknown (For Clets)
AFR FACIAL HAIR CODES
CLSH = Clean Shaven
BEAR = Beard
GOAT = Goatee
MUST = Mustache
UNSH = Unshaven
AFR EYE COLOR CODES
BLK = Black
BLU = Blue
BRO = Brown
GRN = Green
HAZ = Hazel
AFR COMPLEXION CODES
DR = Dark
LT = Light
ME = Medium
AFR HAIR COLOR CODES
BLK = Black
BRO = Brown
BLN = Blond
GRY = Gray
AFR BUILD CODES
A = Average
H = Heavy
M = Medium
T = Thin
AFR HAIR LENGTH CODES
BALD = Bald
LONG = Long
MEDI = Medium
SHOR = Short
SHAV = Shaved
AFR HAIR STYLE CODES
CORN = Corn Rows
CREW = Crew Cut
STRA = Straight Hair
WVCL = Wavy/Curly
AFRO = Afro