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Posted almost 4 years ago

 

Hello,


I have been asked to do a Court House Security policy Manual Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas or does anyone have a policy they have done that I can look at and get a idea what I'm looking at.


Thank You


Deputy Lee

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Rate This | Posted almost 4 years ago

 

I can't help you, but you might contact some of the larger OK sheriff's departments and see fif they have a policy manual you could look at, maybe Tulsa or Oklahoma City ones, or a moderate sized one like Cleveland county.

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Rate This | Posted almost 4 years ago

 

I did security once fo JAG.. lets just say it was no where as cool as the JAG show.. Lame

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If I may suggest contacting your states Court Administrators officer, your local Court Clerk may help in connecting you to that office. Here in Kentucky, the Administrator of  The Courts at the state level have guidelines that the county Sheriff's are required to adhere to. ... Rick

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Our building security division is actually our largest division next to patrol since we are a Constable's Office and are officers of the court. They are tasked with not only bailiff duties but also static and mobile security inside and around all county property with the largest presence at all county courthouses...district, justice of the peace, family, juvenile..etc etc.  Will have a look at our digital SOP and see what is specifically there for the Building Security division.

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I am actually a security supervisor for our County Courthouse.  We have policies in place here that are stored digitally.  It just depends on what kind of information you're looking for.  Let me know what aspects of the policy you're looking for or just what you need in general and I may be able give you some info.  I'm sure that there are differences throughout the states as far as court policies and even though I am in Ohio, I may be able to get you something.

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iNTERNATIONAL CHIEFS OF POLICE have every policy you could hope for. they hve a website and if you call them will help you. You can also look at PERF for policies that meet accreditation standards

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Yep, LrryL4MX, pass over your work email in a PM and will send you on digits our SOPs regarding the courthouse and building security division SOPs