What policies does the Moline Police Department have in place other than training to reduce bias profiling?

It is the policy of the Moline Police Department that all initiated actions will be based on the standard of reasonable suspicion or probable cause as required by the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution and statutory authority. All police-initiated actions that are based on bias profiling are strictly prohibited. Officers must be able to articulate the specific facts, circumstances and conclusions that support probable cause or reasonable suspicion for the police initiated actions.

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1. What police accountability procedures does the city have in place?
2. What are the Moline Police Department's use of force guidelines?
3. Does the Moline Police Department have any citizen oversight for use of force and misconduct?
4. Do Moline Police wear body cameras? Are there any repercussions if an officer turns off his or her camera during an incident?
5. Can a Police Officer be decertified?
6. What ongoing training has the Moline Police Department required of its officers?
7. What policies does the Moline Police Department have in place other than training to reduce bias profiling?
8. Is the Police Department a diverse organization?
9. Quad Cities Law Enforcement Group Dialogue Brochure
10. How do I compliment an officer or file a complaint?