ARRESTS Sample Clauses

ARRESTS a. When possible and appropriate, arrest by police should be made during non-school hours and away from school premises. This excludes on site arrests made by a School Resource Officer pursuant to normally assigned duties.
ARRESTS. The SRO shall only arrest a student on school property or at a school- related event (1) if requested by the principal or the principal’s designee; (2) when a warrant requires such an arrest; (3) to prevent bodily harm or injury to the student or another person; (4) to apprehend an armed or fleeing suspect; or (5) to address an emergency or other dangerous situation.
ARRESTS. 1. When a JWJ employee is arrested while on the job, they will receive the following pay/comp time:
ARRESTS. In accordance with HCPD policy, SROs shall use the least punitive legal alternative when dealing with juvenile student offenders. Alternatives to arrest will be used whenever possible, and the arrest of students for minor criminal violations will be a measure of last resort. School Administrators shall be consulted to assist in determining appropriate alternatives. Factors to be considered when determining appropriate alternatives include the following:
ARRESTS. 6.1. There is a Common Law requirement to take arrested offenders to police stations. Consultation between the relevant liaison officers should take into account staffing levels when an operation is planned as well as anticipating relevant cell space.
ARRESTS. 15. – Every warrant of arrest issued by any competent court in Cyprus shall be notified to all law-enforcement agencies. Every police officer shall be under the obligation to execute such warrant of arrest.
ARRESTS. A Security Officer has no greater authority than a private citizen. As a general rule, a Security Officer or any private citizen may arrest an offender with out a warrant when the offense is committed in his or her presence, within his/her view, if the offense is a felony or an offense against public peace. However, arrest laws vary from state to state and this rule does not apply in every state. A felony is ordinarily any offense punishable by death or confinement in a penitentiary for a period of more than one year. Arrests should be made only with the consent of a superior and only on client or Company property, except in an emergency situation. False arrests and searches can result in civil and crimi nal lawsuits. Before making an arrest the Security Officer should know: That the violation committed is a crime. That he/she has information in his/her possession to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the sus pect committed the crime. No person may be arrested on a charge of suspicion. No arrest is legal until AFTER the actual violation of a law. Arrest is made by restraint of the suspect or by the Security Officer saying, "You are under arrest." Ac tual touching of a person is unnecessary - it is enough if the person submits to your custody. No person is to be transported as a prisoner off the client's premises by a Security Officer. Notify the lo cal law enforcement agency and turn the prisoner over to police on the client premises.
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ARRESTS. In the event of an arrest, the arresting officer shall immediately make arrangements to provide a qualified interpreter at the earliest possible time onsite or at the place of detention, as appropriate, unless the person has indicated he or she does not use sign language or prefers another specific auxiliary aid or service. At the conclusion of the arrest, if the person who is deaf or hard of hearing is to be placed into a holding cell, any qualified interpreter who has been obtained for effective communication will be asked to accompany the officer to the holding cell to facilitate completion of the booking process.
ARRESTS. When a Department Member has probable cause to arrest a person who is deaf or hard of hearing, the Department Member must assess the situation and determine the type of auxiliary aid needed for effective communication and provide such auxiliary aid as soon as practicable. Arrests may require Qualified Interpreters pursuant to Colo. Rev. Stat. § 13-90-204. Department Members are not required to delay an arrest of a deaf or hard of hearing person where a Qualified Interpreter is not immediately available. The Department Member may take the person into custody pending the arrival of the Qualified Interpreter.