Knowledgebase-Sample Codes of Conduct for Public Safety


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Title:Sample Codes of Conduct for Public Safety
Summary:MTAS was asked for sample codes of conduct for public safety after incidents of police or fire department employees being arrested for DUI, public intoxication, or assault.
Original Author:Stokes, Richard
Co-Author:
Product Create Date:04/20/2012
Last Reviewed on::01/03/2017
Subject:Personnel--Manuals; Fire--Personnel; Police--Personnel
Type:General
Original Document: SOP 01-01.pdfSOP 01-01.pdfSOP 01-04.pdfSOP 01-04.pdfSOP 01-16.pdfSOP 01-16.pdf

Reference Documents:

Text of Document: From: Stokes, Richard L
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 2:04 PM
Subject: RE: Off Duty Conduct for Public Safety

Sorry for the delay in responding to your inquiry. I was a bit confused by your request for benchmarking data dealing with codes of conduct. Benchmarking to me means statistics and data and neither our Police Consultant nor Fire Consultant are familiar with that type of available data.
Dennis Wolf, MTAS Fire Consultant offered the attached SOP dealing with conduct issues. Also, here is a link to the City of Columbia Administrative Procedures involving general rules for Fire officers - http://www.mtas.tennessee.edu/Citydept/Fire/SOG/Officer%20Rules.htm

Additionally, MTAS has several sets of Standard Operating Procedures in Knowledgebase (http://www.mtas.tennessee.edu/public/web.nsf/GoogleCustomSearch?openform&searchquery=sop) that may also be helpful.

I hope this information is helpful. Feel free to contact me if you have questions or I can be of any further assistance.
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Richard L. Stokes, IPMA-CP, PHR
Office Manager/Human Resources Consultant
Executive Director - TN Chapter IPMA-HR
The University of Tennessee
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Nashville, TN 37219
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