Policies and Procedures - Police Department


The following Policies and Procedures are offered for the benefit of employees of the Madison Heights Police Department.  Each document is provided as a password-protected PDF file.  For authorization to access these documents, please contact the Chief's office.  To access these PDF policies and procedures, you'll also need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1

 

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

 

 1.1 

 Mission Statement

 

 1.2

 Code of Ethics

 

 1.3

 Rules For Law Enforcement Operations

Chapters 2-4

 

THE PERSONNEL STRUCTURE

Chapter 2

      

Classification and Delineation of Duties and Responsibilities

 

 2.1

 Duties of the Chief

 

 2.2

 Duties of the Deputy Chief

 

 2.3

 Duties of Platoon or Unit Commander

 

 2.4

 Duties of Platoon or Unit Sergeant    

 

 2.5

 Duties of Police Officer   

 

 2.6

 Duties of a Police Service Aide

Chapter 3

 

Conditions of Work

 

 3.1

 Department Roster

 

 3.2

 Shift Assignment & Hours of Work     

 

 3.3

 Uniformed Appearance & Dress Code

 

 3.4

 Court Attendance

 

 3.5

 Citizen Complaints

 

 3.6

 Disciplinary Action

 

 3.7

 Secondary Employment                                     

 

 3.8

 Departmental Commendations

 

 3.9

 Solicitation By Police Organizations

 

 3.10

 Take Home Vehicle Policy      

 

 3.11

 Electronic Mail & Internet Access  

 

 3.12

 Verification of Employment

   3.13  Social Media


Chapter 4

 


Personnel Health and Safety

 

 4.1

 Smoking Policy   

 

 4.2

 Occupational Exposure Control Plan  

 

 4.3

 Use of Sick Time

 

 4.4

Harassment in the Workplace              

 

 4.5

 Family & Medical Leave Policy

 

 4.6

 Drug Free Work Place  

 

 4.7

 Response to Employee Involved Motor Vehicle Accidents

 

 4.8

 Injury Reporting

 

 4.9

 Critical Incident Debriefing

 

 4.10

 Line Of Duty Death      

Chapters 5-6    

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS

Chapter 5

 

Operations

 

 5.1

 Deadly Force/Physical Force  

 

 5.2

 Pursuit Policy

 

 5.3

 Arrest and Detention  

 

 5.4

 Property and Evidence Retention  

 

 5.5

 Domestic Violence

 

 5.6

 Juvenile Procedure           

 

 5.7

 Retail Fraud     

 

 5.8

 N.S.F. Checks          

 

 5.9

 OWI Enforcement

 

 5.10

 Incapacitated Persons/Mental Health Commitments

 

 5.11

 Response To Hold-Up/Burglary Alarms

 

 5.12

 Range & Qualification Requirements                

 

5.13

 Vehicle Impound

 

 5.14

 In Car Video    

 

 5.15

 Emergency Responses/Use of Emergency Equipment

 

 5.16

 Vehicle Safety Restraints

 

 5.17

 Firearms/Weapons – Authorization & Reporting Requirements

 

 5.18

 Traffic Stops/Daily Report

 

 5.19

 DNA Collection Policy

  5.21 Naloxone (Narcan) 

  5.22 Response to Suicidal Barricaded Subjects   

  5.23 Eyewitness Identification Policy
  5.24 Identity Theft

Chapter 6

 

Special Situations/Unusual Occurrences

 

 6.1

 Mutual Aid Agreement   

 

 6.2

 Labor Disputes        

 

 6.3

 Tactical Response To Explosive Devices

 

 6.4

 Emergency Warnings

 

 6.5

 Assisting in Civil Processes

 

 6.6

 Media Relations Operating Procedure

 

 6.7

 Michigan Sex Offender Registration

 

 6.8

 Responding to Natural Deaths

 

 6.9

 Road Patrol Ride-Along Program

 

 6.10

 Surrendered Newborns Procedure   

 

 6.11

 Amber Alert Program

 

 6.12

 Nixle

 

6.13

OakTac Procedures 

Chapters 7-8

 

OPERATIONS SUPPORT

Chapter 7

 

Support Units

 

 7.1

 Field Training Officer Program

 

 7.2

 Investigator at Crime Scene & Arson Investigations

 

 7.3

 Court - Prisoner Processing

 

 7.4

 Canine (K-9) Unit Operation

 

 7.5

 Evidence Technician Program

 

 7.6

 Motor Unit

Chapter 8

 

Support Procedures

 

 8.1

 Departmental Radio & Telephone Communications  

 

 8.2

 Medical/Fire Dispatch Policy   

 

 8.3

 L.E.I.N. Policy

 

 8.4

 Records Retention  

Chapter 9-11

 

AUXILIARY/TECHNICAL SERVICES

Chapter 9

 

Traffic Oriented

 

 9.1

 Investigation of Motor Vehicle Accidents

 

 9.2

 Voiding Procedures For Traffic Violations

 

 9.3

 Motor Vehicle Inspections

 

 9.4

 Motor Carrier Unit

Chapter 10

 

Auxilary Services

 

 10.1

 Crisis Response Team

 

 10.2

 Police Reserve Officer Program

 

10.3

 Chaplain Program

Chapter 11

 

Miscellaneous Services

 

 11.1

 Bicycle Patrol Unit

 

 11.2

 Animal Control

 

 11.3

 SWAT Unit