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.02A. Officers making arrests for any offense, except the issuance of traffic citations, but includes outstanding warrant;

shall debrief the arrested person.

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.02B. Debriefings shall be completed during the time between the;

arrest and the magistration of the prisoners.

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.02C. Officers will not promise arrested persons anything for;

providing information during a debriefing.

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.03A. The purpose of a debriefing is to gather as much information as possible about;

criminal activity and use the information in criminal investigations.

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.03B. Arrested persons are debriefed because they are likely to know about other;

persons engaged in criminal activities and are more willing to offer information after their arrest.

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.04A. SAPD Form #3-A, Debriefing of Prisoners, is used to record all information;

gathered during a debriefing.

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.04B. The officer with report responsibility shall ensure that a debriefing form is completed on;

each arrested person.

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.04C. When an arrested person provides information that the officer believes should be;

acted upon immediately, the officer proceeds in accordance with Section .08 of this procedure.

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.05A. Completed debriefing forms, shall be turned in, even if the arrested person does not provide any information, by the;

end of the officer’s tour of duty.

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.05B. Who will review the debriefing form for any pertinent information and route the debriefing form to the San Antonio Regional Intelligence Center (SARIC)?

The Service Area Crime Analyst

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.06A. Who forwards a copy of the debriefing form to the appropriate follow-up unit, and when a supplemental report, regarding the debriefing form, is received from the follow-up unit, then records the information provided into a database?

The San Antonio Regional Intelligence Center, SARIC.

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.06B.Who will be responsible for assigning debriefing forms to unit personnel?

A supervisor from each follow-up unit

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.06B. Who will investigate information provided in the debriefing forms?

Unit personnel assigned the debriefing forms.

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.06B. Follow-up unit personnel will route a supplemental report to SARIC detailing;

what steps were taken to investigate the information and the results achieved (i.e., persons arrested, property recovered, etc.).

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.07A. When follow-up unit personnel make an arrest, they shall complete a;

debriefing form on the arrested person and route the original form to the SARIC.

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.07B. If the follow-up unit, making the arrest, will be investigating the information contained on the debriefing form, the;

follow-up unit arresting officer will notify the SARIC, and provide the follow-up unit supervisor, with a copy of the debriefing form.

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.08A. When officers are debriefing prisoners, they may obtain information, which in the officers’ opinions, might require;

immediate attention, (i.e., information about a crime that will occur in the near future, a wanted person, stolen property or contraband that is about to leave the city, etc.).

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.08A.When this occurs, the debriefing officer shall contact the;

appropriate follow-up unit or Night CID Unit and give them the information immediately.

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.08B. When there are no follow-up unit or Night CID Unit personnel available, the officer shall notify his;

immediate supervisor and route a copy of the debriefing form to the appropriate follow-up unit.

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