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code of conduct

number 2

Members shall strive to treat victims, witnesses, suspects, arrested persons and all other contacts with appropriate respect
Personal prejudices or attitudes, which may influence impartiality shall be suppressed
When requested by the public members shall identify themselves by name, identification number, and division
Much of the Sheriff's Office business is conducted by telephone
Members shall, at all times, maintain a courteous and professional telephone demeanor when dealing with the public
with members of other agencies and within the Office of the Sheriff
When answering a Sheriff's Office telephone members will identify their Division, Section, or Unit and give their name and title (e.g. "Inspections, Det. Jones" or "Patrol, Zone 2, Ms. Jones")
Complaints against or criticism of other associated agencies will be channeled through the chain of command so that appropriate resolutions to problems may be found
Public criticism of other agencies, the courts, or disposition of cases shall be avoided
During parades, only salute or stand at attention to the Official Color Guard(s) leading not to every flag shown in the parade
Created by: sgtnGee
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