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Policies & Procedures

Sheriff's Office Policy Manual

 


 

1.00 Standards of Conduct 

0-00 - Gender Reference

1-01 - Ethics and Professional Standards

1-02 - Sheriffs Office Standards

1-03 - Public Service

 


 

2.00 Organization and C​ommand

2-01 - Directive System

2-02 - Sheriffs Office Administration

2-03 - Organizational Structure and Chain of Command

 


 

3.00 Administrative Procedures

3-01 - Complaint Review

3-02 - Grievance Procedures

3-03 - Disciplinary Action

3-04 - Awards and Commendations

3-05 - Injury Return to Work Procedures and Temporary Light Duty

3-06 - Employee Performance Appraisals

3-08 - Safety Committee

3-11 - Personnel Transfer and Rotation

3-12 - Training Requests Processing and Documentation

3-13 - Briefing and Briefing Training

3-14 - Firearms Traini​g

3-25 - Recruitment and Hiring Procedures

3-26 - Fitness for Duty

3-31 - Off Duty Employment

3-41 - Major Incident Team

3-43 - Special Operations Team

3-50 - Confidential Funds

3-55 - Communication with the Hearing Impaired

3-60 - Harassment Discrimination in the Workplace

3-65 - Bias Based Profiling

3-70 - La -Enforcement Media Relations

3-90 - Financial

3-95 - Fueling and Credit Card Use

 


 

4.00 Support Services 

4-10 - Evidence Control

4-15 - Digital Images as Evidence

4-30 - Computerized Information Entry and Retrieval

4-31 - Computer Email and Mobile Computing Device Use

4-32 - Disposal of Criminal Justice Information Media

4-33 - Physical Protection of Criminal Justice Information Data

4-34 - Social Media

4-40 - Records and Case Tracking

4-41 - Case Reports and Forms

4-42 - Notary Public

4-50 - Reserve Program

4-51 - Volunteer Auxiliary and Citizen Ride Along Program

4-52 - Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act

 


 

5.00 Field Operations 

5-01 - Use of Force

5-02 - Use of Force Specific Instrumentality

5-05 - Use of Chemical Immobilization of Animals

5-10 - Vehicle Pursuit

5-11 - Emergency Vehicular Warning Devices

5-12 - Motor Vehicle Stops

5-13 - Traffic Enforcement

5-14 - Motor Vehicle Tows Inventories Impounds and Releases

5-15 - Vehicular Use of Force

5-16 - Motor Vehicle Crash Investigation

5-18 - Aircraft Crashes

5-20 - Incident Command System

5-23 - Hazardous Materials and Contaminant Spills

5-24 - Fire Incident Response

5-25 - Bomb Threats and Searches

5-26 - Hostage Barricaded Subject Incidents

5-28 - AMBER Alert System

5-30 - Juvenile Enforcement and Custody

5-42 - Mental Illness and Excited Delirium

5-43 - Camping on County Owned or Other Public Property

5-50 - Law Enforcement Canine

5-51 - Unmanned Aerial System UAS Operations

 


 

6.00 Legal, Court, Jail 

6-02 - Unclothed and Body Cavity Search

6-03 - Motor Vehicle Searches.

6-04 - Field Interviews and Pat Down Searches

6-05 - Search Apprehension and Arrest

6-06 - Process and Service of Arrest Warrants

6-08 - Sex Offender Notification

6-11 - Response to Civil Litigation

6-21 - Temporary Holding Cells

6-22 - Transportation of Prisoners

6-30 - Off Duty Powers of Arrest

6-40 - Personnel Involved Domestic Violence

 


 

7.00 Investigations

7-01 - Major Crime Scene Investigation

7-06 - Missing Person Investigation

7-09 - Deputy Involved Deadly Force Investigations

7-10 - Interviews Interrogations and Confessions

7-1 2- Confidential Informants

7-20 - Sheriffs Office Victim Assistance.

7-25 - Cross Reporting with Child Protective Services

7-40 - Physical Evidence

7-41 - Eyewitness Identification

 


 

8.00 Equipment 

8-01 - Uniforms and Equipment

8-02 - Uniforms Standards and Classes

8-03 - Body Armor

8-10 - Vehicles Use Service Repairs and Equipment

8-15 - AED and Narcan

8-20 - Firearms

Adult Jail Policies

 


 

1 Administration

CD-1-1 - General Administration

CD-1-2 - Implementation of written policies and procedures

CD-1-3 - Inmate Account

CD-1-4 - General Administration Inspections

 


 

2 Personnel Management and Training 

CD-2-1 - Corrections Captain Duties

CD-2-2 - Corrections Lieutenant Duties

CD-2-3 - Corrections Sergeant Duties

CD-2-4 - Corrections Technician

CD-2-5 - Corrections Deputy Duties

CD-2-6 - Corrections Office Assistant Duties

CD-2-7 - Classification Specialist Duties

CD-2-8 - Facility Nurse Duties

CD-2-9 - Building Maintenance Supervisor

CD-2-10 - Authorized Personnel

CD-2-11 - Volunteers

CD-2-12 - ADA Compliance

CD-2-13 - Staff Inmate Relations

CD-2-14 - Corrections Deputies and Jail Staff

CD-2-15 - Staff Training

CD-2-16 - Harassment and Sexual Harassment

CD-2-17 - Health Trained Deputy and Training

 


 

3 Information Management 

CD-3-2 - Public Information Records Release

CD-3-3 - Sealed Records

CD-3-4 - Service of court documents

 


 

4 Sanitation and Maintenance 

CD-4-1 - Facility Sanitation

CD-4-2 - Hazards Communication

CD-4-3 - Facility Maintenance

CD-4-4 - Lockout Tagout Program

CD-4-5 - Safety Committee

CD-4-6 - Bio Hazard Disposal

CD-4-7 - Confined Space Program

 


 

5 Intake and Release 

CD-5-1 - Intake and Booking

CD-5-2 - Intake Screening

CD-5-4 - Inmate Property

CD-5-5 - Fingerprints and Photographs

CD-5-6 - Release

CD-5-7 - Protective Orders

CD-5-8 - Time Computations

CD-5-9 - Intake and Release of Juveniles

CD-5-11 - Probable Cause Arrests

CD-5-12 - Passes and Leaves

CD-5-13 - Consular Notification

CD-5-14 - Collection of DNA Samples

CD-5-15 - Parole and Probation Violations

CD-5-16 - Inmate Drug Testing

CD-5-17 - Extradition

CD-5-18 - Dress in and Lodging

CD-5-18 - Immigration and Customs Enforcement

 


 

6 Inmate Management 

CD-6-1 - Inmate Orientation

CD-6-2 - Inmate Rights and Privileges

CD-6-3 - Rules and​ Discipline

CD-6-4 - Inmate​ Classification

CD-6-5 - Supervision​ Levels

CD-6-6 - Segregation​ Housing

CD-6-7 - Inmate​ Grievances

CD-6-8 - Housing​ Operations

CD-6-9 - Harassment​ and​ Sexual​ Assault Misconduct

CD-6-10 - Transgender​ Inmates

 


 

7 Population Control 

CD-7-1 - Forced​ Releases​

CD-7-2 - Housing​ Area​ Population​ Limits

 


 

8 Security and Control

CD-8-1 - Perimeter​ Security

CD-8-2 - Control​ Center

CD-8-4 - Key​ Tool​ and​ Material​ Control

CD-8-5 - Use​ of​ Restraints​

CD-8-6 - Security​ Checks​ and​ Rounds

CD-8-7 - Inmate​ Searches

CD-8-8 - Contraband​ Control​ and​ Searches

CD-8-9 - Defensive​ Tool Control

CD-8-11 - Use​ of​ Force​ in​ a​ Corrections Setting

CD-8-12 - Cell​ and​ Area​ Extractions

CD-8-13 - Inmate​ Movement

CD-8-17 - Criminal​ Acts

 


 

9 Inmate Services 

CD-9-1 - Food Services

CD-9-2 - Commissary

CD-9-3 - Inmate​ Clothing​ Bedding​ and​ Hygiene

CD-9-4 - Sex​ Offender Registration

 


 

10 Health Care 

CD-10-1 - Medical​ Policies​ and​ Procedures

CD-10-2 - Health​ Care Philosophy

CD-10-3 - Health​ Care Personnel

CD-10-4 - Health​ Care Costs

CD-10-5 - Medical Documentation

CD-10-6 - Consent​ for​ Medical Treatment

CD-10-7 - Record Retention

CD-10-8 - Emergency​ Medical Care

CD-10-9 - Non Emergency​ Care

CD-10-10 - Dental​ Screening​ Dental​ Examinations

CD-10-11 - Standing​ Orders​ and​ Treatment​ Protocols

CD-10-12 - Prenatal and​ Postpartum​ Care​ and​ Birth​ Control

CD-10-13 - Behavioral Health

CD-10-14 - Private​ Medical​ Mental​ Health Consultation

CD-10-15 - Levels of​ Care

CD-10-16 - Inmate​ Death​ Injury​ and Illness

CD-10-17 - Pharmaceuticals​ and Medications

CD-10-18 - Transfer​ of​ Inmates Records

CD-10-22 - Admission

CD-10-23 - Suicide Prevention

CD-10-24 - Medical​ Response​ to​ Jail​ Use​ of​ Force​ Incidents

CD-10-25 - Use of​ Interns​ in​ the Jail

 


 

11 Programs and Activities 

CD-11-1 - Inmate​ Exercise​ and​ Leisure Activities

CD-11-2 - Educational​ and​ Rehabilitation Programs

CD-11-4 - Access​ to​ Courts​ Cousel​ and​ Legal Materials

CD-11-5 - Inmate​ Worker Program

CD-11-7 - Religious Exercise

CD-11-9 - Inmate​ Work​ Crews

 


 

12 Inmate Communications 

CD-12-1 - Inmate Mail

CD-12-2 - Inmate​ Visiting Control

CD-12-3 - Inmate​ Telephone Calls

CD-12-4 - Media Visits

CD-12-5 - Social Visiting

CD-12-6 - Professional Visits

CD-12-7 - Official Visitors

 


 

13 Safety and Emergency Management 

CD-13-1 - Emergency Operations

CD-13-2 - Fire Safety

CD-13-3 - Earthquakes

CD-13-4 - Inmate​ Disturbances​ and Riots

CD-13-5 - Hostage Situations

CD-13-6 - Escapes

CD-13-7 - Bomb Threats

CD-13-8 - Evacuation

CD-13-11 - Automated External Defibrillator

CD-13-12 - Emergency​ Equipment Testing

CD-13-13 - Security​ Threat Groups

 


 

14 Court Security 

CD-14-1 - Court Security-Procedures

CD-14-2 - Court​ Security​ Emergency Responses

CD-14-3 - Court​ Holding Cells

CD-14-4 - Inmate​ Transfers​ and Escorts

CD-14-5 - Transport​ Vehicles

CD-14-6 - Court Clothing

CD-14-7 - Video​ Court Operations

 


 

Medical Policies

MD-1 - Forensic Information

MD-2 - Continuity of Care

MD-4 - Medical Autonomy

MD-5 - Support Services

MD-6 - Intoxicated Inmate

MD-7 - Infection Control Program

MD-8 - Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

MD-9 - Tuberculosis Infections Control

MD-10 - Hepatitis Infection Control

MD-11 - Infection Control Isolation Technique

MD-12 - Ectoparasite Control

MD-13 - Continuous Quality Improvement Program

MD-14 - Direct Medical Orders

MD-15 - Health Assessment Health Appraisal

MD-16 - Prosthetic Devices

MD-17 - Access to Diagnostic Services

MD-18 - Smoking Non Smoking

MD-19 - Disaster Plan

MD-20 - Conscious Refusal of Food Fluids

MD-21 - Do Not Resuscitate Orders

MD-22 - Pandemic Influenza Plan

 


 

Standing Orders 

SO-000 - Table of Contents Standing Orders

SO-500 - Use of Standing Orders

SO-501 - Abdominal Pain

SO-502 - Acid Indigestion Gas

SO-503 - Alcohol Withdrawal

SO-504 - Anaphylaxis

SO-505 - Allergic Reactions

SO-506 - Anxiety

SO-507 - Arthritis Myalgia

SO-508 - Athletes Foot

SO-509 - Blisters

SO-510 - Blood in Emesis Stool or Sputum

SO-511 - Burns

SO-512 - Cardiac Arrest

SO-514 - Chest Congestion

SO-515 - Chest Pain

SO-516 - Colds

SO-517 - Constipation

SO-518 - Diarrhea

SO-519 - Dental Problems

SO-520 - Diabetes

SO-521 - Diabetic Ketoacidosis Hyperglycemia

SO-522 - Dysuria

SO-523 - Ear Problems

SO-524 - Eye Problems

SO-525 - Fever

SO-526 - Fractures

SO-527 - Headaches

SO-528 - Head Injuries

SO-529 - Hemorrhoids

SO-530 - Hives

SO-531 - Hypertension

SO-532 - Lacerations Stitches Staples

SO-533 - Back Pain

SO-534 - Menstrual Pain

SO-535 - Nausea Vomiting

SO-536 - Nose Bleeds

SO-538 - Scabies Lice

SO-539 - Sexually Transmitted Infection

SO-540 - Skin Conditions Miscellaneous

SO-541 - Sore Throat Pharyngitis

SO-542 - Sprains and Strains

SO-544 - Emergency Bag

SO-546 - First Aid for Seizures

SO-547 - Syncope Fainting

SO-548 - Breathing Choking Emergencies

SO-550 - Injuries Falls

SO-551 - Emergency Childbirth

SO-553 - Conscious Refusal of Food Fluids

SO-556 - Glucagon Emergency Kit

SO-557 - Opioid Heroin Overdose

SO-558 - Opioid Heroin Withdrawal

SO-559 - Gastrointestinal Complaint

 


 

Treatment Protocols

P-000 - Table of Contents

P-600 - Abdominal Pain

P-601 - Acid Indigestion Gas

P-602 - Blood In Emesis Sputum Stool Urine

P-603 - Burns

P-604 - Chest Pain

P-605 - Constipation

P-606 - Dental Problems

P-607 - Diabetes

P-608 - Diarrhea

P-609 - Difficult Breathing or Shortness of Breath

P-610 - Drug Alcohol Withdrawal

P-611 - Dysuria

P-612 - Fever or Elevated Temperature

P-613 - Head Lice Body Lice or Crabs

P-615 - Injuries

P-616 - Nausea and Vomiting

P-617 - Seizures or Convulsions

P-618 - Sexually Transmitted Diseases

P-619 - Skin Rash

P-620 - Tuberculosis

P-621 - Unconsciousness

P-622 - Panic Attack

P-623 - Conscious Refusal of Food Fluids

Deschutes County Sheriff 2016

Adult Jail

(541) 388-6661

Main Office

63333 West Hwy 20
Bend, OR. 97703

(541) 388-6655
(541) 693-6911 (Non-emergency after hours)

Monday - Friday 8-5pm

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