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NYPD patrol guide on public conduct

NYPD patrol guide on public conduct

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PATROLGUIDE 
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ection: General RegulationsProcedure No:
203-09
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PUBLIC CONTACT -GENERAL
DATE ISSUED:
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PAGE:
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DATE
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REVISION
NUMBER:
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PUBLICCONTACT
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2,
Be courteous and respectfuL
3,
Avoid conflict with Department policy when lecturing, giving speechesor sUbmitting articles for publication, Questions concerning fees receivedwill be resolved by Chief
of
Personnel.
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NEW • YORK • CITY • POLICE • DEPARTMENT
 
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PUBLIC
CONTACTPROHffiITED
CONDUCT
NOTE
PATROL GUIDE
Section: General Regulations Procedure No: 203-10
PUBLIC
CONTACT
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PROHIBITEDCONDUCT
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DATE
EFFECTNE:
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Using discourteous or disrespectful remarks regarding another person'sethnicity, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.Knowingly associate with any person or organization:
a.
Advocating hatred, oppression or prejudice based
on
race,religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
b.
Disseminating defamatory material.c. Reasonably believed to
be
engaged in, likely to engage in,
or
tohave engaged in criminal activities.
d.
Preventing
or
interfering with performance
of
police duty.
DiVUlging
or
discussing official Department business, except asauthorized.Engaging in conduct prejudicial to good order, efficiency
or
discipline
of
the Department.Making recommendation for or concerning any person or premises to anygovernment agency in connection with issuance, revocation or suspension
of
any license
or
permit, except when required in performance
of
duty.Soliciting, collecting or receiving money for any political fund, club,association, society
or
committee.Joining any political club within
the
precinct to which assignedBeing a candidate for election to, or serving as member
of
a SchoolBoard,
if
School District is located within City
of
New York (see Section2103-a, Education Law).Endorsing political candidates
or
publicly expressing personal views andopinions concerning the merits of:
a.
Any political party
or
candidate for public office;b. Any public policy matter or legislation pending before anygovernment body; orc. Any matter to
be
decided
by
a public election.
Such conduct.
as described above
in
step
9,
is
prohibited while
on
duty or
when
in
uniform.
except with
the
permission
of
the
Police
Commissioner.
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Having an interest in
or
association with premises engaged in illegalgambling operations, smoke shops, after hours clubs or similar illegalactivities, except in performance
of
dutyPatronizing unlicensed premises (social clubs, after hours clubs, etc.)where there is illegal sale
of
alcoholic beverages and/or use
of
drugs,except in performance
of
duty.
NEW •
YORK
CITY
POLICE
• DEPARTMENT
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