Investigatory Detention Study
Created by motion from Commissioner Singleton during February 10, 2015 regular meeting.
This study explores the existing conditions in the documentation of investigatory detention stop activities, otherwise known as Terry Stops.
- To determine whether reasonable suspicion, identification of parties (including demographic information), and search activities are being recorded using the computer aided dispatch (CAD) system during such stops;
- To develop a reasonably accurate estimate of the average time and duration of such stops; and
- To identify trends, if any, of the location and outcome of such stops.
The study uses interactive maps to display the location results from the study. Below you will find a map depicting documented and undocumented investigatory detention stops. Links to maps depicting outcomes and durations of stops can be found at the bottom of the page.
Documented v Undocumented Stops
Red dots indicate undocumented stops; green dots indicate documented stops. Click the dot to view documented information about the stop and the outcome. At the bottom of the map, you will find a filter that will allow you to view only documented or undocumented stops.
Last updated May 12, 2017