Policy and Reports
General Orders, Policies and Procedures
The Lexipol Manual contains all the policies established by BART PD to maintain the safety of employees while providing public safety and police services to stakeholders.
Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS)
COPPS is an organization-wide policing philosophy and management approach that promotes community, government, police partnerships and proactive problem solving to reduce a jurisdiction's crime and social disorder. Throughout this bulletin words community and commuters will be referred to and are meant to be interchangeable.
Internal Affairs Report
This report contains statistical data compiled by BART PD Office of Internal Affairs, addressing the number and nature of misconduct allegations resulting from both Citizen Issues and Administrative Investigations. Additionally, the report enumerates use of force statistics.
2010 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2011 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2012 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2013 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2014 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2015 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
2016 BART Police Internal Affairs Report
BART Police Department Management Audit
The BART Police Department Management Audit was conducted July - September, 2013. This audit reviews specific areas of the administration and operation of BART PD and compared it with original recommendations made in the NOBLE BART Management Audit from 2009. Therefore, the agency is measured in this report based on the quality of the implementations of the recommendations made in the original report.
The NOBLE Management Audit Final Report, received on March 25, 2010, includes recommendations based on a comprehensive assessment of BART PD policies and tactics from recruitment, hiring and training to use of force and investigatory practices.
Prohibition Order Reports
BART annually presents a report to the California legislature on our prohibition order program, authorized by Assembly Bill 716.
These reports have been adopted by the Transit Security Advisory Committee (TSAC), the citizen and community oversight committee that works to ensure that AB 716 is implemented as the legislature intended.