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CVPP Training Module Four. Logs and stuff. This lesson will cover…. House Checks Business Checks School Checks Construction Site Checks Parks & Airport Officer training for Personal Safety, Traffic Control, Suspicious activity reports. …and finally. General Meeting “stuff”

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this lesson will cover
This lesson will cover…
  • House Checks
  • Business Checks
  • School Checks
  • Construction Site Checks
  • Parks & Airport
  • Officer training for Personal Safety, Traffic Control, Suspicious activity reports
and finally
…and finally
  • General Meeting “stuff”
    • Attendance sheet
    • Equipment sign-out log
    • Refreshment sign-up
    • Vehicle “clean-up-sign-up”
    • RSVP log
    • CVPP Hour log
officer training prpd
Officer Training-PRPD
  • Personal Safety during patrol, house checks and foot patrol.
  • Traffic control (flares, cones, barricades, signs)
  • Reporting suspicious circumstances/vehicles
logs logs and more logs
Logs, logs and more logs…
  • Review of the various logs
    • RSVP
    • CVPP Hours
    • Equipment
    • Refreshments
    • Event debrief
on patrol
On Patrol
  • Before leaving on any patrol check with the watch commander for any special instructions or BOL.
  • Ask if there is any Police activity taking place which we should avoid, i.e. S.W.A.T, D.E.A., or the like.
  • Be sure to “41 Victor 99, 10-8” to dispatch when leaving.
house checks
House Checks
  • Upon arrival contact dispatch
    • Park a few houses away.
    • “41 Victor 99, 10-6 at E-3”
    • Make sure you get a response, if none, call on the phone.
    • Be sure dispatch is not busy with another activity before calling. Check for radio “silence.”
    • Read all information on the homeowner request.
house checks1
House Checks
  • Check doors, windows, back yard (assuming no dog).
  • Report anything suspicious
  • If there is a car in the driveway and no indication on the request try the contact number first, then dispatch.
house checks2
House Checks
  • It is very important to call dispatch when you are finished and …
  • “41 Victor 99, 10-8”
  • If a 10-8 is not reported in a timely matter dispatch will attempt a contact or send an officer to assess the reason.
school checks
School Checks

It is not necessary to “10-6” unless leaving the vehicle to walk around.

  • School checks vary depending on time of day and school activity.
  • Daytime Check
    • Usually watching for crazy traffic issues and parking zone violations.
    • Watch for “suspicious” characters around the grounds, especially at dismissal time.
  • Nighttime Checks are usually drive-by looking for suspicious activity.
construction sites
Construction Sites
  • Most construction sites have their own security so we generally do drive-by only.
  • At night use spots to look around.
  • The watch commander will let you know if there have been recent theft reports.
other patrol checks
Other patrol checks
  • Parks
    • It is a good idea to check parks, especially Sherwood.
    • A walk around the city park and checking the restroom area is a good break from driving around.
  • Airport
    • This should be done only after going with an “experienced” CVPP member.
    • It is a good idea to have a scanner available to listen for aircraft activity.
    • This is done after dark when air traffic is limited.
    • Check hanger doors, suspicious behavior.
    • Avoid CHP hanger area.