Surrey Police Service makes its policy(ies) accessible and available to the public by this website.
This electronic version of policy is for private study or research purposes only and belongs exclusively to the Surrey Police Service. No person or entity is permitted to reproduce in part or in whole these policies for business or commercial purposes or the purposes of distribution, trade, sale, rent or posting on the internet, or on electronic bulletin boards. Further details about copyright protection over these and other public agency owned works can be obtained by reference to the Federal Copyright Act. Any other use of these policies requires permission of the Surrey Police Service.
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- AD 1.6 Policy Development and Analysis
- AD 1.9 Secondments
- AD 2.3 Conflict of Interest
- AD 2.4 Internal Discipline
- AD 2.5 McNeil Disclosure
- AD 2.6 Professional Deportment
- AD 2.7 Awards and Commendations
- AD 2.8 Relinquishment of Use of Force Issued Equipment
- AD 2.9 Service Record of Discipline
- AD 4.5 Retirement, Resignation & Re-engagement
- AD 5.4 Fit for Duty
- AD 5.8.1 Occupational Health and Safety – Governance
- AD 5.8.3 Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee
- AD 5.9 Duty to Accommodate
- AD 5.10 Attendance Support
- AD 5.11 Vaccination Requirements - COVID-19
- AD 6.2 Performance Management
- AD 7.3 Field Training Officer Program
- AD 8.3 Acquisition of Goods and Services
- AD 8.7 Liability Indemnification
- AD 9.1 Authorized Use of Computing Environment and Electronic Communications
- AD 9.15 Security Clearance
- AD 9.17 Social Media
- AD 9.18 Security and Confidentiality of Records and Information
- AD 9.19 Information and Technology (IT) Security
- AD 9702 SPS Request for Access to Records - FOIPPA
- OP 4.45 Street Checks - Bias-Free Policing
- OP 8.5 Notebooks
Limitation of Information
Surrey Police Service is pleased to provide its policies (as they are developed and approved) for public reading, as required by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, section 70. Parts of some policies have been removed to ensure confidentiality regarding specific operational deployment strategies and sensitive investigative techniques. All such removals have been noted in this public version of Policy Manual, as required by section 70.
SPS policies are updated annually and more frequently when required, with legislative changes, court decisions, and internal reviews.
Please contact our Manager, Information and Privacy at FOI@surreypolice.ca if you have questions about the current state of any policy.
This electronic versions of SPS policies are for private study or research purposes only, and belong exclusively to Surrey Police Service. No person or entity is permitted to reproduce in whole or part any SPS policies for business or commercial purposes, or the purposes of distribution, trade, sale, rent, or posting on the Internet, social media or electronic bulletin boards.
Further details about copyright protection over these and other public agency owned works can be obtained by reference to the federal Copyright Act. Any other use of the Policy Manual requires advance permission of the Surrey Police Service’s Policy and Research Section.
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