Evidence and Property Studies and Special Assignments Bureau
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The Evidence-Property Studies and Special Assignments Bureau, (EPSSA), assists law enforcement by conducting studies of agencies’ evidence and property functions and storage facilities, and advising agency heads of the best practices for safely and securely storing and tracking evidence and property items. The agencies can then incorporate the best practices into codified policies and procedures to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their respective evidence and property functions. EPSSA also assists with securing mandatory and ancillary training for POST personnel, and conducts special projects as needed.
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This study involves a review and analysis of an agency’s evidence and property function, including the following: a review of agency written directives, organization, personnel, training, documentation and forms, safety, security, storage, evidence and property handling procedures, audits, inventories, inspections, and evidence and property disposition and purging. The results/findings of the evidence and property function study will be documented in a written report that will be submitted to the agency head.
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