Property Exchange Standby
Peace of mind
A Civil Standby occurs when a Constable is present while parties exchange property or one of the parties is legally allowed to enter a residence, building, or vehicle to obtain property. Civil Standby is intended to keep the peace. There are several situations when a uniformed peace officer may be beneficial.
Property Retrieval During Divorce, Separation, etc
Internet Purchase Exchanges
The Constable is present as a Peacekeeper only. He will not act as a judge and decide who owns the property.
Constable Serefine will not break into and/or enter any residence, building, or vehicle.
Constable Serefine will not restrain the movement of any person or vehicle.
Constable Serefine will not physically remove or load any property.
Constable Serefine will not allow the removal of the disputed property.
A Civil Standby does not give a Constable the right to trespass on real property. Constable Serefine will leave the premises if asked to do so. Likewise, if a party or any other person assisting a party is asked to leave the premises and refuses to leave, that person may be subject to arrest or issuance of a citation/complaint of Criminal Trespass.