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<br />SURPRISE POLICE DEPARTMENT <br /> <br />POLICE RESERVE OFFICER PROGRAM ADM-44 <br /> <br />DATE DATE REVISE CALEA STANDARDS PAGE <br />ISSUED EFFECTIVE DATE MET <br />1 of 5 <br />12-22-06 01-16-09 YES <br />12-15-06 <br /> <br /> <br />I. PURPOSE <br /> <br />To establish a Police Reserve Unit comprised of Arizona POST certified Law <br />Enforcement Officers who have been appointed by the Chief of Police to <br />supplement the overall quality of law enforcement services within the City of <br />Surprise. <br /> <br />II. POLICY <br /> <br />The policy of the Surprise Police Department is to recruit or train Arizona POST <br />certified police officers to become members of the Surprise Police Department’s <br />Volunteer Reserve Officer Program. <br /> <br />III. DEFINITIONS <br /> <br /> A. Reserve Officer – An Arizona POST Police Officer who is a non- <br />compensated, volunteer member of the Surprise Police Department <br />Reserve Officer Program. <br /> B. Limited Authority Reserve Officer – An Arizona POST limited certified <br />peace officer who is a non-compensated, volunteer member of the <br />Surprise Police Department Reserve Officer Program. In this capacity a <br />limited authority Reserve Officer will only have police authority while in the <br />direct presence and under the direct supervision of a fully certified <br />Surprise Police Officer. <br /> C. Solo Officer – A Surprise Police Department Reserve Officer who has <br />satisfactorily completed the Department’s Field Training Program and all <br />other Pre- and Post-Academy required training, and is authorized to <br />perform law enforcement duties without the direct supervision of a <br />compensated officer and works and operates a patrol vehicle alone. Solo <br />Officer status will be approved by the Field Training Program Coordinator, <br />upon recommendation of the Reserve Program Coordinator. <br /> D. Reserve Program Coordinator – The Reserve Program Coordinator will <br />report to the Assistant Chief of the Administrative Services Division or <br />designee. The Coordinator may be a Reserve Officer or Sworn <br />Supervisor designated by the Administrative Services Assistant Chief. <br />Reserve Program Coordinators may be appointed a reserve rank at the <br />discretion of the Chief of Police. <br /> <br />III. PROCEDURE <br /> <br />A. Organization: The Police Reserve Unit has an organizational component <br /> <br />