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DUI Policy & Procedures: DUI Arrest and Mobile Video Recording Policy and Procedures
Were you arrested for DUI/DWI? What was the officer's reason
(probable cause, i.e: speeding, weaving, crossing the lane
lines) for pulling you over? Did you take the Field Sobriety
Tests at roadside?
Does the law Enforcement Agency that arrested you for DUI have ONE OF THE FOLLOWING?
1. DUI ARREST POLICY AND PROCEDURE?
2. MOBILE VIDEO RECORDING POLICY AND PROCEDURE?
This page is dedicated to listing all Law Enforcement
Agency's "Written Policy and Procedures. Several Law
Enforcement Agency's have a written policy and procedures for
DUI Arrest, i.e. DUI Arrest Policy and Procedures and Mobile
Video Recording Policy and Procedures . If the arresting
officer failed to follow those written policy and procedures,
you may have legal recourse concerning the probable cause of
your stop, arrest and or breath test.
*This is a NEW SECTION and additional information will be updated daily. Check back to see you your arresting agency has a written policy and procedure posted, or e-mail us with a request and we will make a public record request for it.
Policy and Procedures
Clearwater Police Department
DUI Arrest Policy and Procedure
Mobile Video Recording Policy and Procedure
Were you videotaped during your DUI stop & arrest? Don't know? Did the Clearwater police officer that stopped you have a video camera in his car? Click on the links below to see the Clearwater Police Department's list of Patrol Cruisers with video cameras.
2004 -2005 | 2006 -2007
Largo Police Department
Okaloosa County Sheriff Office
Mobile Video Recording
DUI Zero Tolerance law
DUI Arrest Using Video Equipment
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
2007 In Car Video Operation
2002 In Car Video Operation
2007 DUI Investigations
2006 DUI Investigations
2007 Chemical Testing Procedures
2006 Chemical Testing Procedures
New Port Richey Police Dept.
DUI Arrest Policy and Procedures
DVM 500 User's Guide
Digital Ally Video Manager
Hillsborough County Sheriff Office
Policy and Procedure for CBT
Coming Soon: Bellair Beach Police Department
Coming Soon: Daytona Beach Police Department
Coming Soon: Florida Highway Patrol
Coming Soon: Fort Lauderdale Police Depart.
Coming Soon: Fort Meyers Police Department
Coming Soon: Gainesville Police Department
Coming Soon: Hernando County Sheriff's Office
Coming Soon: Pasco County Sheriff's Office
Coming Soon: St. Petersburg Police Department
Coming Soon: St. Pete Beach Police Department
Coming Soon: Tarpon Springs Police Department
Coming Soon: Tallahassee Police Department
Coming Soon: Tampa Police Department
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