The death of George Floyd has caused individuals and institutions to take a closer look at police policies and practices. A campaign called 8 Can’t Wait
has identified eight practices that can lead to 72 percent fewer police killings.
In 2018 the City of Roseville Police Department updated its use of force policies and the department complies with all eight 8 Can’t Wait recommended policies. RPD officers regularly train to these policies, including use of force, de-escalation and crisis intervention.
The complete Roseville Police Department Policy Manual
continues to be available online.
To see how specific Roseville Police Department policies align with the recommendations made by the 8 Can't Wait campaign, click on one of the images below or the specific page number that references the RPD Policy Manual.
More transparency information and data about the Roseville Police Department is available on RPD's Transparency and Data Sharing
webpage. In addition to the department manual, information and data on traffic stops, uses of forces, misconduct and more is available to the public.