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The Pleasanton Police Department Policy Manual sets forth the standards, values and performance expectations for department members. Police department policies exist to maintain high levels of professional conduct and represent the police department’s concerns for ensuring effective, safe and constitutionally based law enforcement. 

In consideration of legislative changes and professional best practices, the Pleasanton Police Department Policy Manual is subject to periodic revisions. As such, our policies continue to evolve in order to best serve our community. Changes made to department policies will be updated on this site periodically.

Police Policies

Police Policy
Pleasanton Police Department Policy
Revision Date: 3/30/2022

Military Equipment Inventory 
PPD Military Equipment Inventory v2
Revision Date: 6/1/2022

Military Equipment Policy
Police Department Military Equipment Policy
Revision Date: 4/25/2022

Military Equipment Use Report 2022
PPD AB 481 March 2023_Final
Revision Date: 2/23/2023

Military Equipment Use Report 2023
PPD_Military Equip Use Report 2023
Revision Date: 3/18/2024

Police – SB978 – Training Materials

Electronic Control Device Training
Electronic Control Device Training Outline
Revision Date: 3/6/2020

Firearms & Rifle Training
Firearms & Rifle Training
Revision Date: 3/6/2020

Firearms Training
Firearms Training
Revision Date: 3/6/2020

First Aid Training
First Aid Training
Revision Date: 3/6/2020

Critical Incident Investigations

The Pleasanton Police Department is committed to thoroughly investigating any critical incident involving our officers. The reports that are available on the links below and body-worn camera footage are difficult to read and watch. The goal in releasing this information is that the content be handled responsibly and that it demonstrates the depth of the department’s internal and external review to help address any questions about the cases presented.

In Alameda County, there are two separate investigations of officer-involved incident: criminal and administrative. The Pleasanton Police Department and the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office run independent, parallel criminal investigations. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office is responsible for the criminal investigation which determines if any laws were violated. The administrative investigation is conducted by the Pleasanton Police Department under the supervision of the division commander and reviewed by the chief of police to determine if the officers’ actions were within department policy.

For each of the three cases, presented are the criminal investigation report, the administrative investigation report,
the body worn camera footage and the Alameda County District Attorney’s final report.

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