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    Milwaukee PD Standard Operating Procedures on-line, 86 total ATM

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    Nightmare,

    Thanks for the link to the Milwaukee Police Department, SOP manual.

    A few more, I found valuable:

    Arrest Authority, On/Off Duty http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibra...HORITY-220.pdf

    Directed Patrol Missions / Saturation Patrols - http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibra...ISSION-300.pdf

    Open Records Policy - http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibra...ECORDS-265.pdf

    Patrol Rifle Operations - http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibra...LRIFLE-466.pdf

    Vehicle Pursuits - http://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibra...RSUITS-660.pdf
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    They looks like most police policies.

    One needs to remember that SOPs do not cover every situation that an officer might encounter. But are general guide lines.
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    During the early formulation of ISO 9000 Quality Management, my industry was consulted for having a demonstrated effective quality management already in effect.

    The principle behind developing written standard procedures is to start with a good faith effort, even with little relation to actual practice, and continually review and revise practices and procedures as they become truly standard and well managed. Without a commitment to quality from all stakeholders, quality management is expensive eye wash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    . Without a commitment to quality from all stakeholders, quality management is expensive eye wash.
    More so when management doesn't have the commitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearms Iinstuctor View Post
    More so when management doesn't have the commitment.
    IIRC, you present yourself as an (ex)cop. in the cop hierarchy from Chief to patrolman, where does "management" end and non-management begin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by E6chevron
    I see they haven't corrected their policy yet...
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    Release of records that are considered “sensitive” may require a “Waiver and Release of Claims” form to be signed by the victim or next of kin. The form must be witnessed and signed by a Notary Public prior to release of the record.

    State law says nothing about such a waiver of right to sue, so MPD can't do it either.
    They've already been sued & lost once because of it... thought their lawyers would have been eager to correct their mistake & avoid further cost.

    19.31 open records policy http://docs.legis.wi.gov/statutes/statutes/19/II/31

    "An agency cannot promulgate an administrative rule that creates an exception to the open records law."
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    This is the important part of what they tried to force me to sign:
    ... on release of the below-listed records by the Milwaukee Police Department do forever release and discharge the City of Milwaukee, a municipal corporation, its successors, assigns, officers, agents and employees, including the Milwaukee Police Department, from any and all claims, demands, actions, and causes of action for damages of any kind or nature whatsoever and all liability whatsoever, if any, in any way arising or growing out of the release of these records.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    IIRC, you present yourself as an (ex)cop. in the cop hierarchy from Chief to patrolman, where does "management" end and non-management begin?
    The attitude of management begins at very top and translates down ward.

    I am not sure about what you mean by non-management.

    If you mean letting employees do what ever they want with out supervision it could very well start at the top or some place lower on the ladder.

    It would all depends on how well or willing top management stays connected to the bottom.

    If you have another definition post it and I'll try and andswer
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