- For each motor vehicle stop and subject stop, the peace officer involved in the stop shall collect all information in compliance with State of Texas Racial Profiling laws and this policy to include:
1. A physical description of the driver involved in a motor vehicle stop; a physical description of each person involved in a subject stop, including gender and race or ethnicity; and whether the officer knew the person’s race prior to contact;
2. Location of stop;
3. Reason for stop;
4. If a search was conducted:
-the reason for the search,
-whether the person detained consented to the search,
-what type of search was conducted,
-if any contraband or other evidence was found,
-a description of any contraband or evidence discovered,
-whether contraband or evidence was in plain view,
-all probable cause or reasonable suspicion that existed for the search,
-whether the search was a result of towing a motor vehicle or the arrest of the person stopped.
5. Final outcome of the stop – citation, arrest, or written warning.
If an arrest made:
-whether the arrest was made pursuant to violation of the Penal Code,
-whether there was a violation of traffic laws or ordinances, or
-whether there was an outstanding warrant.
6. If force was used, was there resulting injury to the subject.
B. The motor vehicle stop information collected shall be compiled in an annual report covering the period January 1 through December 31 of each year, and shall be submitted to the governing body of the Central Texas College District no later than March 1 of the following year. The annual report shall not include identifying information about any individual stopped or arrested, and shall not include identifying information about any peace officer involved in a stop or arrest.
C. The subject stop information collected shall be compiled into an annual report covering the period of January 1 through December 31 of each year, and shall be submitted to the Police Chief by the designated Sergeant no later than March 1 of the following year.
D. Annually, by March 1 of each year the department is required to post racial profiling statistics to the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement for the previous calendar year.