WASPC has created a coronavirus (COVID-19) resource library for law enforcement and its partner agencies. New information will be posted on a regular basis, so check back often.

COVID-19 Communications Best Practices
At this link here, you will find examples of communications best practices being used by law enforcement to communicate regarding the COVID-19 virus as well as social media best practices. Examples will be updated regularly.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Information
Availability of Test Swabs for COVID-19 Testing
CDC Guide to Determine PPE Needs - “Burn Rate” Calculator Tool
U. S. HHS Guide to Allow Pre-Screen From Dispatch for COVID in Light of HIPAA
Health Care Authority Guidance for Video ITA's
Information about Families First Coronavirus Act Pertaining to Employees and Leave
INTERPOL Guide for LE – Useful and Worthwhile Information Especially Regarding LE Officers At-home Precautions
Reuse of PPEs
Responses to Questions on COVID-19
WSP Provides Best Practices for Impaired Driving Testing

Emergency Lodging Services for First Responders
King, Snohomish & Whatcom Counties
Seattle, Bellevue Area

Examples of Protocols
Decontamination Procedures-COVID-19
Exposure Defined
Guidance Regarding Service of Civil Protection Orders and Criminal No Contact Orders (COVID-19)
Guidelines and Questions to Ask if Your Community Will Have an Isolation/Quarantine Facility Established - from Kent PD Chief Padilla
Non-Work Exposure
Officer/Deputy Personnel Exposure plan – Dallas PD
Potential Work-Related Exposure

GTWO Reference Library
3/31/2020 - Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program Solicitation FY 2020 Formula Grant Solicitation

Guidance for Hit Confirmation and Locate Procedures During COVID-19
CJIS Guidance on NCIC

Inmate Population - Mutual Aid Agreements
NW Shuttle System
Suggestions to Jails for managing the impacts of COVID-19

Public Safety & Homeland Security
Washington State Fusion Center Fully Operational

U. S. Customs & Border Patrol
Travel Restrictions at U. S. Northern & Southwestern Borders