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Deadly Physical Force Plan for Linn County

Policy Title Print Policy History
Approving the updated deadly physical force plan for Linn County and repealing Resolution No. 6400
Current PolicyAdopted
Resolution 6820June 26, 2019
Previous PoliciesAdopted
Resolution 6400March 25, 2015
Resolution 6299February 26, 2014
Resolution 5582March 26, 2008
Resolution 4212January 12, 2000
Resolution 3668July 10, 1996
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