Agreement For The Sustainable Reform Of The Puerto Rico Police Department

The PRPD ensures that a sufficient number of qualified first-surveillance projects are put in place in the field so that supervisory authorities provide close and effective oversight to each officer under the direct command of the supervisory authority, provide officials with the instructions and guidelines necessary to improve and develop as a police officer. , and to detect, correct and prevent wrongdoing. The PRPD develops surveillance guidelines that set clear requirements for oversight authorities and are consistent with generally accepted police practices. The PRPD is developing an extensive recruitment and recruitment program that successfully attracts and recruits qualified people. PrPD develops a recruitment policy and a program that sets clear guidelines and objectives for the recruitment of police officers and clearly and transparently allocates recruitment responsibilities. The PRPD ensures that each PRPD officer and collaborator receives effective and comprehensive training to ensure that they understand their responsibilities, the scope of their authority and the policy of the PRPD, and that they are able to carry out these and police tasks effectively. Qualified trainers and trainers are required to deliver courses using generally accepted methods and techniques, accredited by the university`s Graduate School of Criminal Justice and designed to achieve clear and articulate learning goals. Trainers and trainers use generally accepted assessment methods, approved by the university`s Graduate School of Criminal Justice, to assess skills and competencies. In 2011, the DOJ announced in its findings that the PRPD was involved in wrongdoing that violates the Constitution and federal law. These illegal practices included patterns or practices of excessive use of force in routine police activities, based on inappropriate violence in response to public demonstrations, and the organization of illegal searches and seizures; and to practice discriminatory police practices. The CAW`s monitoring team is made up of independent watchdogs who have committed to carrying out their tasks of monitoring the implementation of the approval decree by adopting reforms to ensure safe and constitutional policing in Puerto Rico. The PRPD must build strong relationships between communities and cooperate constructively with the Community to ensure collaborative problem-solving, ethical and biased policing and more effective crime prevention. The PRPD incorporates community and problematic policing principles into their management, policies and procedures, recruitment, training, staff assessments, tactics, resource use and accountability systems.

The PRPD regularly participates in the reform process by regularly disseminating information to the public. PrPD ensures that police services are provided in a fair, respectful and non-prejudiced manner, in a manner that promotes broad community engagement and promotes effective crime prevention. In carrying out its activities, the PRPD ensures that the public enjoys the same protection of the law, without bias based on race, colour, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, sexual or political expression or membership, and in accordance with rights, privileges or immunities protected or protected by the Constitution and laws of the United States and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The PRPD develops processes and mechanisms that encourage professional, ethical and respectful policing to effectively address Puerto Rico`s public safety challenges; consistently and consistently enforces constitutional police practices; Build public confidence and strengthen their institutional structures. The PRPD encourages continuous improvement in the performance of all PRPD staff who regularly identify problems or challenges, assess causing or contributing factors, and take appropriate action