SOG Sample - On the Quiet Response

SOGLast updated Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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There are specific types of incidents that, by their nature, are not threatening to life or property. These types of incidents are to utilize an "on-the-quiet" response (also known as reduced speed or non-emergency responses).

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