Arrest Report Used to document the events that transpired in the apprehension

Arrest report used to document the events that

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Arrest Report – Used to document the events that transpired in the apprehension of a person under police custody. Crime Report – Also known as fact sheet which includes suspect’s description, corpus delicti, results of preliminary investigation and modus operandi. Clearance Report – Used to keep records of the disposition of a particular case. Daily Activity Report – a typical log which includes operation, location, amount of time spent and brief disposition. Evidence Report – Refers to the documentation of the collection and preservation of evidence as well as the participants in the chain of custody of evidence. Incident Report – Pertains to an account of the events not amounting to crime but caught the attention of the police such as calls for service. After Follow-up Report – It is written after the conduct of follow-up investigation intended to update the status of the case. It serves as reference in writing a Progress Report. Types of Administrative Circulars Circulars – Administrative instruction which are directory, advisory and informative in nature, more or less permanent in duration. They usually deal with subject such as delegation of authority, to be known by field personnel, implementing instruction or regulation. General Circular – It contains administrative instruction which are directory, advisory or permanent in duration, more or less general in application, permanent in duration and
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requiring compliance by or observance from or information of the employees and general public. Memorandum Circular – It deals with subject such as explanation or classification of certain rules and regulation which are complied with or executed by subordinates. Office Circular – They pertain to communication informing the majority in a particular directorate or office only, not intended for those in the field. Office Order – They are purely internal, instruction which is regulatory in nature, mandatory in character and requiring definite compliance by personnel. Special Order – Refers to communication which are directives affecting the status of individual, such as appointment, transfer, promotion, relief from duty, separation and leave of absence. Letter Directives – It contains routine directives by which subordinate headquarters/office are given instructions. Advice or information, its validity is for two years unless sooner rescinded or superseded. Letter Orders – It pertains to instruction sent in the form of a letter to the persons concerned. Assignment, details, designation and other related matters belong to this category. Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. Thomas A. Edison _____________________________________________________________________________ *Nothing Follows*
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