Livermore PD responds to inquiry re UOC stop, provides stop/search/UOC policies
After reading here about the recent Livermore PD UOC incident allegedly related to Mr. Walter Stanley, I began an inquiry with the Livermore Police Department to determine their department's policy as relates to UOC response and the search of pedestrians openly carrying unloaded firearms.
As a response to my request, I received the attached correspondence and associated department policies; namely, Livermore PD's policy no. 322 concerning "Search and Seizure" and policy no. 441, "Unloaded Open Carry (UOC) Movement".
Note that I have not yet received the electronic footage responsive to my request but will update this post with a link to the file as soon as it's available. Also, their response has triggered further inquiries with the department which I'll also provide updates to here.
Livermore Police Department 9-1-10 Letter re UOC: City of Livermore re UOC.pdf
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