Directives Time Lines

  1. Any member arrested, charged, or becomes aware of an investigation shall notify a supervisor no later than ____.
    24 hours
  2. Detective Division Commander will brief the AC of Investigations within ____ of receipt of a complaint and notify IA Captain within ____.
    24 hours

    24 hours
  3. Investigators who obtain a privatized and confidential Police Bureau case number from records via direct entry are to notify the records supervisor within _____.
    72 hours
  4. IA Captain shall notify AC of Investigations within _____ of outside jurisdiction cases.
    24 hours
  5. A SCU/CAT Detective will be contacted when a sex crime is no more than _____ old and the victim is willing to cooperate.
    84 hours
  6. If the rape and/or sodomy occurred within the past _____ advise the victim not to bathe, douche, or change clothes prior to hospital examination.
    84 hours
  7. Medical facilities will provide the victim their Jane Doe SAFE kit number for reporting purposes should they choose to report within _____.
    6 months
  8. Members who observe a child who has suffered suspicious physical injury must ensure that a designated medical professional conducts a medical assessment within _____.
    48 hours
  9. All reports for the case should be supplied to the polygrapher at least _____ prior to the exam.

    The exam will typically last _____.
    5 days

    3-4 hours
  10. Generally, execution of a search warrant is restricted to between _____.
    0700 and 2200 hours.
  11. A warrant is generally valid for _____ after the date of issuance. However, authorization for execution of the warrant for up to _____ may be requested.
    5 days

    10 days
  12. Members will file the search warrant return as soon as reasonably possible, but no later than _____, after execution or expiration of warrant.
    5 days
  13. A juvenile cannot be held in police detention for more than _____. If a juvenile is in detention for _____, an on-duty supervisor must be notified.
    5 hours

    4 hours
  14. All original juvenile security logs completed will be maintained at the secure holding facility they originated at for _____ from the date of the last entry on the log.
    5 years
  15. Copies of completed juvenile security logs will be forwarded to the office of the Chief of Police, Operations Branch Chief, by the _____ and _____ each year for the prior _____.
    • 15th of January
    • 15th of July
    • 6 months
  16. Member's felony arrests case envelopes will be delivered or arrange for its delivery to the Complaint Signer prior to _____.
    1000 hours the next court day
  17. Detectives will ensure that all felony arrests within their area of responsibility are processed completely and forwarded to the District Attorney's office by _____.
    1000 hours the next court day
  18. All handwritten notebook entries shall be maintained for _____.
    5 years
  19. For category 2-4 Force Incidents, supervisors shall complete an after action report within _____ of the use of force.
    72 hours
  20. The use of force after action report shall be completed through the RU within _____ of the event.
    21 days
  21. The PSD Captain or designee shall ensure that the involved member(s) provides a compelled statement as soon as practicable, but no later than within _____ of the event, unless the member is physically incapacitated and unable.
    48 hours
  22. If an involved member provides a voluntary statement to the Homicide Detective within _____ of the event, the PSD Captain shall determine when any further administrative interviews will be scheduled.
    48 hours
  23. The PSD Captain or designee shall schedule an interview with the involved member as soon as practicable, but no later than within _____ of the event, unless the member is physically incapacitated and unable to provide a statement.
    48 hours
  24. The identity of the Bureau member(s) involved in the incident shall be released within _____, absent a credible security threat.
    24 hours
  25. To preserve evidence, a medical examiner, deputy medical examiner or district attorney may place under their custody or control to enclose or lock any room, dwelling, building or other enclosure for a period of not more than _____.
    5 days
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Directives Time Lines
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Time Line in Directives
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