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36. INMATE TRANSPORTATION . Unit Goal 36.1: The student will be able to summarize the process of transporting inmates. 36.1.1 The student will be able to identify some methods of transporting inmates in vehicles.

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A. Vehicles, no matter what type (bus, van automobile) are searched prior to and after transporting inmates

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B. Inmates shall be searched (patted down) prior to placing them in the vehicle, even if another officer has reportedly searched the inmate

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E. Vehicles should be parked in a secure area, such as a sally port, when transporting inmates from a jail to the vehicles

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G. Ensure all necessary documents (commitments, warrants) and all medical records (if applicable) are in your possession prior to picking up the inmate

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H. Know as much as possible about the inmates you are transporting. Use jail records including (where available) computer records, level-status lists, and maximum-security lists, and keep a separate list to see if the inmate has been a discipline problem. Criminal history checks will contain information about previous arrests and convictions.

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1. If the destination is a jail or prison, again use a secure area such as a sally port to unload the inmates

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2. If the destination is not in a secure area, such as a doctor’s office, park as closely to the building as possible. If possible, contact the doctor’s office or other destination to find out if there is a nonpublic entrance available for you to use. Completely scan the area for potential problems before unloading the inmate.

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3. If you do not like what you see or hear, do not exit the vehicle, remove inmate, or remain in the area. Call your dispatcher and inform them of your situation, terminate your mission, and then drive to a secure area (local jail, county jail, police station) or return to origination area.

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F. Ensure that hallways and routes are cleared of all civilians and news media prior to transporting inmates. If there is more than one inmate, ensure they are restrained in a line.

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G. One officer should be positioned in front of the line of inmates and one officer at the back of the line to allow for constant observation of the inmates while en route to court

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H. If you do not like what you see or hear, do not transport: stay where you are or relocate to a more secure position and call for additional officers

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I. Know who you are transporting to court by using jail computers, level status lists, and maximum-security lists - keep separate lists and criminal histories

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J. Officers assigned to the court are responsible for their own safety, the inmates’ safety, and a significant portion of all of courtroom security. Refer to your department policy.

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K. Officers should leave all inmates restrained while in the courtroom, unless the inmate is before the bench or sitting at the defense table. Most judges prefer the inmate not be restrained while standing before the bench, unless the inmate is a security risk. A court holding cell should be available to you to secure your inmate(s) while the court is in recess or waiting for the judge to enter the courtroom.

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2. Once the inmate has entered the courtroom, the assigned officer should sit directly behind or next to the defense table, ensuring that the officer’s gun side is opposite the inmate. If other officers are assigned to the court, they should position themselves in such a way as to see the entire courtroom, to block escape routes, and to assist the assigned officer if necessary.

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3. Instruct the inmate prior to entering the courtroom that they will not speak or gesture to anyone other than their attorney while in the courtroom. No outburst of any kind will be condoned while they are in the courtroom.

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5. Once a disposition has been reached, restrain the inmate and remove them from the courtroom immediately (unless the judge requests that the inmate be held in the immediate area, in which case place the inmate in the court holding cell unrestrained - observe inmate constantly)

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A. Always be professional when talking on the radio. Remember that other sheriff’s sections, as well as the FCC, monitor your radio traffic. Inmates, attorneys, judges, civilians, and other agencies may also overhear your audio transmissions.

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1. Report beginning and ending time and mileage when transporting a child, juvenile, or member of the opposite sex

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2. There is no such thing as “routine” transports. All prisoner transports are potentially dangerous and should be regarded as such. Great caution should be used when transporting inmates within a secure facility, and even more in transporting them outside a secure facility.

5 complete a radio check with your dispatcher to ensure that your radio is functioning properly

5. Complete a radio check with your dispatcher to ensure that your radio is functioning properly

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7. Fill out all the necessary forms and check all the required documents that are to be transported with the inmate (i.e., affidavits, medical records, bench warrants, magistrate’s paperwork, etc.)

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8. Ensure that you have all of the required equipment, such as restraints, maps, cellular phone, calling cards, and gasoline and credit cards. Ensure that all equipment is in good working condition.

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9. Take extra restraints: handcuffs, flex-cuffs, waist chains, and leg irons (it is very important that you know how to apply each type of restraint correctly)

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10. Take extra set of vehicle keys, keeping one set in your pocket at all times. If you are transporting with a fellow officer, give them the extra set of vehicle keys.

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13. Inquire about the inmates’ demeanor or any special considerations or actions that are necessary for or during transport

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14. Request a travel meal (sack lunch) be prepared for the inmate if the travel time will continue past the next mealtime

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B. Transporting inmates from other agencies will require the same checks and precautions, with the following additions:

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a. Thoroughly check all identification cards, driver’s license (if available), booking sheets, markings, and tattoos for a positive identification of the inmate you are about to transport. If the inmate denies being the individual you were sent to transport, re-verify their identity.

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a. The inmate must be taken before a judge, who will ensure that the inmate understand both the charges filed against them and their constitutional rights before the inmate can be legally transported out of that county.

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a. Ensure that information on any holds on the inmate, either from that county or other counties, is listed on the detainer form

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b. Inspect the inmate’s property for contraband prior to transporting and store separately from inmate

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d. If issued a check, money order, or cash from the inmate account, ensure that the check or money order is issued in the name of the inmate, or count the cash in front of another officer, then place the check/money order or counted cash into an envelope and seal it in front of another officer.

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36.1.7 The student will be able to identify some methods of transporting inmates with mental illness.

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1. Transporting committed patients to a designated mental health facility may be accomplished by any of the following:

c a specially certified officer for mental health assignment 1701 404 occupations code

c. A specially certified officer for mental health assignment 1701.404 Occupations Code

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2. Appropriate medical personnel must accompany the person transporting the patient if there is reasonable cause to believe that the patient will require medical assistance or the administration of medication during transport

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b. A female attendant must accompany a female patient unless accompanied by father, husband, or adult brother or son.

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c. The patient may not be transported in a marked police or sheriff’s car or accompanied by a uniformed officer unless other means are not available

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3. The patient may not be physically restrained unless it is necessary to protect the health and safety of the patient or that of a person traveling with the patient.

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a. If the treating physician or the person transporting a patient determines that the physical restraining of the patient is necessary, that person shall document the reasons for that determination

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b. The person transporting the patient shall deliver the document to the facility at the time the patient is delivered

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4. Patient must be transported directly to the facility within a reasonable amount of time and without undue delay

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5. All vehicles used to transport patients must be adequately heated in cold weather and adequately ventilated in warm weather

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6. Special diets or other medical precautions recommended by the patient’s physician must be followed

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7. The person transporting the patient shall give the patient reasonable opportunities to get food and water and use a bathroom.

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36.1.8. The student will be able to explain some special circumstances that require transporting inmates.

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Note: Officers should follow the same procedures as instructed in the beginning of this chapter for the following circumstances.

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2. Ask medical providers if there is a non-public area/room available to secure the inmate if the appointment is running behind

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3. Inform medical providers that future appointments for the inmate should be coordinated through your department medical section

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4. Department policy or practices apply to any communication and/or privilege issue, including: contraband, phone calls, visitations, special food/beverage/desserts, etc.

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1. An escorted trip may be available for those inmates who do not meet the furlough criteria. Inmates in this category may be considered for an emergency trip, under escort, to assist with immediate family emergencies such as serious illness, childbirths or deaths.

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2. Only mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, husbands, wives and grandparents are considered “immediate family.”

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3. Inmates who escape from custody while on an escorted trip will be charged accordingly and subject to the maximum sentence provided by law.

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4. An inmate who fails to comply with the conditions of the escorted trip will be returned to the facility immediately, followed by any disciplinary action as may be appropriate.

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1. The only individuals authorized to attend the ceremony are the two individuals getting married, the judge and the officer escorting the inmate

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3. The inmate may place a ring on the ring finger of the individual not in custody’s, but the inmate is not allowed to have a ring placed on his/her finger. The inmate or officer will not accept a ring at any time.

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