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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

When a request for Mutual Aid has not been made, there are only two conditions which allow CHP officers to provide assistance to city law enforcement agencies. What are the two conditions?`

Officer needs assistance (11-99)
Emergency Traffic assistance

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

Before committing CHP resources in response to a request for mutual aid, whose approval must be given?

The Commissioner or his designee.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

(True/False): Prior to receiving approval from the Commissioner, Area commanders may authorize the mobilization of no more than 50% of Area personnel.

False. The Area Commander may mobilize as many personnel as deemed necessary.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

(True/False): Requests for mutual aid assistance at local jurisdiction custodial facilities will be handled the same as any other mutual aid request. All requests for unarmed assistance will be declined.

True

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

(True/False): Any departmental assistance or service rendered during a police strike/job, other than 11-99 or emergency traffic assistance would constitute Mutual Aid.

True

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

Area CHP personnel authorized to assist in mutual aid situations inside National Parks that are exclusive jurisdiction enclaves (e.g. Yosemite National Park)?

No. Local and state law enforcement personnel are prohibited from assisting in mutual aid situations because of a complete lack of authority.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

The Fresh Pursuit Act applies to felonies only; however, the Interstate Mutual Assistance agreements permit officers to act within ___ statute miles of the state border where immediate law enforcement action is required or requested.

50

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

Whenever an officer arrests or detains a foreign national for more than __ hours for a criminal investigation, the officer shall advise the individual that they are entitled to have their country’s consul notified and given the right to speak with a member of the consul.

Two.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

If a foreign diplomat is stopped for DUI and is determined to be under the influence, he shall not be placed in custody nor shall he be allowed to drive. CHP shall provide transportation for the individual. Can the vehicle be stored without the diplomat’s permission?

No. Vehicles which are owned by subjects with full immunity may not be searched, stored, or impounded without the owner’s permission.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

(True/False): An enforcement document shall be issued at the scene for all violations warranting such action, regardless of the violator’s diplomatic immunity. The claimant shall be requested to sign the CHP 215. If the violator is a diplomat and he refuses to sign the 215, the officer shall write “refused” in the signature box and release the individual.

True

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

The organizational framework for mutual aid within the state is based on four levels of increasing responsibility and activation. What are the four levels?


1. local (cities)
2. operational areas (counties)
3. regional (2 or more counties)
4. State

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

Diplomatic agents (e.g., ambassadors and United Nations'
representatives) are afforded the highest levels of immunity. They are ____from arrest or detention and are ____ from all criminal prosecution by the host state.

Exempt
Immune

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

Consular officers are the ranking members of consular posts who perform various formal functions on behalf of their own governments. They are immune from arrest or detention, except to a ______ ________.


Felony warrant

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

There are __ diplomatic agents permanently assigned to California.

No.

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HPM 100.67 LE Assist. & Interjuris. Operations

(True/False): Family members of Diplomatic agents have the same immunities.

True.

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A subject who is placed under arrest and claims diplomatic or consular immunity ____ ___ ___ physically restrained before verification of the claim.

Shall not be
(unless restraint is necessary for the protection of the officer or others)

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