Locker rooms at the Alapai headquarters shall be used only by
authorized personnel and shall be secured at all times.
ASSIGNED AND UNASSIGNED LOCKERS
A. Assigned lockers are lockers that are assigned to
specific employees for their exclusive use, which
cannot be transferred to others.
1. Lockers for lieutenants and below are authorized
for and shall be assigned only to uniformed
officers in District 1, District 6, District 7,
the Traffic Division, and the Central Receiving
2. The use of assigned lockers requires prior
authorization as specified below.
3. Employees on special assignment or temporary
assignment from an outside facility to the Alapai
headquarters shall not have assigned lockers.
4. When employees leave the department or are
reassigned to elements other than District 1,
District 6, District 7, the Traffic Division, and
the Central Receiving Division, they shall vacate
their assigned lockers by the end of their work
shift of their last day in the department or
their assignment in District 1, District 6,
District 7, the Traffic Division, or the Central
5. When no lockers are available, the District 6
commander shall establish a waiting list from
which lockers will be assigned to employees in the
order that the employees are placed on the list.
B. Unassigned lockers (day lockers) are lockers that are
available for use on a day-to-day basis only by
employees who are not assigned a locker. Employees
shall use only one unassigned locker. Use of the
locker shall be on a first-come, first-served basis and
shall be vacated by the end of the employee’s work
AUTHORIZED USE OF LOCKERS
A. Employees can only receive prior authorization to use
an assigned locker at the Alapai headquarters as
1. Officers up to the rank of lieutenant shall obtain
authorization and locker assignments by contacting
the District 6 command office.
2. Officers of the rank of captain and above shall
obtain authorization and locker assignments by
contacting the major of the Finance Division.
B. Employees who are assigned a locker shall not use
The District 6 commander shall be responsible for addressing
any need for repairs to lockers and the locker room area.
Damages and other discrepancies should be reported to the
District 6 command office as soon as possible.
LOCKER ROOM RULES
A. Employees shall not store any items, including footwear
or towels, outside of the lockers.
B. Employees shall not affix any hardware (e.g., hangers
and hooks) or items (e.g., stickers, calendars,
posters, etc.) to the inside or outside of the lockers.
C. When locker assignments are terminated, employees shall
remove their locks and all of their contents from the
D. Employees shall keep the locker room area neat and
E. Employees shall abide by signage posted by the
District 6 commander or departmental safety specialist.
F. Employees shall be responsible for securing all
equipment and uniforms in the lockers they are issued
with their own lock.
ENFORCEMENT OF LOCKER RULES
A. When an unassigned locker or a locker that has been
assigned to an employee who is no longer eligible for a
locker is found occupied, a notice will be posted on
the locker for a minimum of two weeks to inform the
occupant of the discrepancy.
B. If no response is received by the date indicated on the
notice, the lock shall be cut and a District 6 lock
will be placed on the reclaimed locker. A second
notice will be posted indicating that the lock was cut
and the contents were removed or secured within. This
second notice shall be posted on the specific locker
for a period of one month to allow the occupant time to
claim their property before reassigning the locker to
C. All articles stored or affixed may be removed after
notice is given and kept for one month. After such
time, the District 6 commander will dispose of all
unclaimed items not belonging to the department.
1. Perishable items will not be stored and will be
disposed of immediately.
2. Items of value (e.g., monies and jewelry) will be
submitted into evidence for final disposition.