Do your officers wear body cameras or have in-car cameras?

Yes. The department utilizes AXON body worn cameras for officers and has in-car cameras installed as well.

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1. Does your Use of Force Policy allow for “chokeholds” and “strangleholds”?
2. Does your Use of Force Policy require a warning before shooting?
3. What are your department Calls for Service, Arrest, and Use of Force statistics?
4. Does your Use of Force Policy require officers to exhaust all alternatives before shooting?
5. Does your Use of Force Policy ban shooting at moving vehicles?
6. Does your Use of Force Policy include a duty to intervene provision?
7. Does your Use of Force Policy require a "use of force continuum?"
8. Does your policy require comprehensive reporting?
9. Do your officers wear body cameras or have in-car cameras?
10. Is the Puyallup Police Department a State Accredited Agency?
11. How does your department connect with your community?
12. Does your department conduct training in de-escalation, crises intervention, and anti-bias training?
13. Does your department have a bias-based policing policy?
14. Does your department have a formal complaint policy?
15. What are the diversity statistics for the police department?