Transparency Portal/ SB 978

The Eureka Police Department wants to ensure useful public information is accessible for review and use by members of the public.  Access to public records is an important priority for us as we believe that public trust is essential to good community policing strategies and maintaining accountability.  

Providing information online about the way we work and the policies that govern us is just one of the Police Department’s transparency initiatives. The ability to readily access public information keeps residents better informed about Police Department operations, and encourages them to help us keep their community safe. 

We want to ensure that useful information about the Police Department can be easily found by citizens with a click of a button. Check back as more information is added in the future.  

 

Eureka Police Department Policy Manual

Policy Manual- Updated 2020

General Orders & Memorandums

List of all General Orders & Memorandums

Officer Involved Shootings

Policies and Related Content

July 23, 2020 Officer Involved Shooting Investigation

December 6, 2016 Officer Involved Shooting Investigation

March 18, 2010 Officer Involved Shooting Investigation

Death in Custody

Death in Custody Reports

California Public Records Act (CPRA)

Information on Government Code and Exemptions

Senate Bill 1421 Releases

Background 

Training

Summary of In-House Training Programs

Topics of Community Interest

Report to the Community on 21st Century Policing

Letter in Response to Humboldt State University Faculty

2020 Homeless Survey Presentation to Council June 2, 2020

2020 Homeless Survey- All results (6/2020)