Report 2021-105 Recommendation 65 Responses
Report 2021-105: Law Enforcement Departments Have Not Adequately Guarded Against Biased Conduct (Release Date: April 2022)
Recommendation #65 To: Stockton Police Department
To ensure that it accurately reports information about all complaints as required by state law, Stockton Police should ensure that it reports to DOJ about all public complaints related to racial or identity profiling, including those that initially appear to be unfounded, and the disposition of those complaints.
Annual Follow-Up Agency Response From October 2023
Stockton Police Department's Professional Standards Section sends DOJ an annual report that includes all public complaints related to racial or identify profiling, which also consists of those complaints that initially appear to be unfounded and the disposition of those complaints.
- Completion Date: January 2021
California State Auditor's Assessment of Annual Follow-Up Status: Pending
Stockton PD reported to us that it does not have a policy or procedure for ensuring that it appropriately reports all complaints regarding racial or identity profiling. We will consider this recommendation fully implemented when it adopts such a policy or procedure.
- Auditee did not substantiate its claim of full implementation
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.