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1

A juvenile can be fingerprinted when detained for truancy? (3.11-VII)
a. True
b. False - Unless the juvenile does not have identification
c. False - A juvenile cannot be fingerprinted unless they are arrested for a felony crime

B

2

Which statement is true? (3.11-III)
a. Historically, 15% of juvenile arrests occur during school hours
b. HIstorically, 40% of juvenile arrests occur between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
c. Juveniles who do not attend school commit more crimes than juveniles who attend on a regular basis
d. Historically, 40% of juvenile arrests occur between the hours of 8:30 and 1:30

D

3

What is the age that juveniles are required to be in school? (3.11-III)
a. 6-18
b. 6-17
c. 5-17
d. 7-18

A

4

In the City of San Diego, juveniles must attend school under what authority? (3.11-III)
a. State law
b. Federal law
c. Federal, State, and Municipal law
d. State and municipal law

D

5

A juvenile is defined as .. . (3.11-IV)
a. Any person under the age of 21 years of age
b. Any person under the age of 18 years of age
c. Any person under the age of 17 years of age
d. Any person who still attends public school

B

6

Which is the definition of loitering? (3.11-IV)
a. To linger, delay or idle on public or private property
b. To linger, delay or idle about any public place without lawful business
c. To commit any crime during school hours

B

7

A complete Juvenile Contact Report (JCR/ARJUS-8) just detail the following (3.11-IV):
a. Facts leading to reasonable suspicion and how the violation was verified
b. Disposition of juvenile
c. Name of person the juvenile is released to and the time
d. All of the above

D

8

Officers do not have to complete a Promise to Appear on juveniles found to be truant, although; an arrest is the preferred method. In such cases. . . (3.11-VII)
a. Complete an F. I.
b. An arrest must be made. A Promise to Appear is not an option
c. Release to school authority, parents or guardians
d. Prepare a JCR
e. A, C, D
f. All of the above

E

9

Promise to Appear and JCR investigative follow-up is handled by...? (3.11-VII)
a. The area station Juvenile Services Team
b. The NRC desk
c. The Juvenile Services Team handles if no other crime has been committed and the parents have not been cited.

A

10

Any parent of any juvenile who knowingly permits, or by insufficient control, allows his or her child to be in violation of section 58.05(b) SDMC, may be cited for section 58.05(b)SDMC, which is...(3.11-V)
a. A misdemeanor
b. An infraction, if a parent did not have knowledge of the juveniles' truancy
c. An infraction, if parent has been previously warned. For subsequent violation, officers may issue the parent a citation for the misdemeanor.

C

11

A responsible adult is defined as... (3.12-IV)
a. A legal parent or guardian
b. A person with permission to care for the minor
c. A person at least 18 years of age
d. A person at least 18 years of age authorized by a parent or guardian to have the care and custody of the minor.

D

12

The curfew ordinance, 58.0102(a) SDMC makes it unlawful for any minor to be present in any public place or establishment during curfew hours. Curfew hours in the City of San Diego are 10:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m. Exceptions to curfew enforcement does not include...? (3.12-VI)
a. Accompanied by the minor's parent, guardian, or responsible adult
b. Accompanied by a sibling who is 17 years old while running an errand at the direction of a parent or guardian
c. Coming home from an employment activity and stopping at CVS to pick up a few items
d. Participating in a march to protest rate hikes at state colleges

C

13

You arrest a juvenil for curfew violation and you cannot locate the parent or legal guardian, which response does not apply? (3.12-VII)
a. If the juvenile is 14 years of age and older, the juvenile can be transported home and released
b. If the juvenile is 13 years of age and older, the juvenile can be transported home and released
c. If the juvenile is under 14 years of age, the juvenile shall be transported to the Polinsky Center for placement
d. Complete Parent Notification (PD-1064)

B

14

If further investigation is required after a curfew arrest, or the officer chooses to have juvenile picked up at the area command, which of the following does not apply? (3.12-VII)
a. Ensure the curfew violator is detained in a non-secure status
b. Not detained at an area station in excess of four hours
c. Are not within sight or sound of arrest adults or 602 W/C juvenile arrestees.
d. Attempt to notify parent(s) of the juvenile's arrest

B (6 hours)

15

Arrested juveniles must be provided the opportunity to make and complete up to three telephone calls while detained...(3.12-VII)
a. Telephone calls do not have to be in private
b. The arresting officer should not listen in on the conversations
c. Once a call is completed and the parents have been contacted, no other calls are required
d. Call are only to be made by the juvenile if they have their own cell phone

A

16

If a juvenile is apprehended twice in the same night? (3.12-VII)
a. Another citation should be issued
b. The parents should receive a citation in addition to the juvenile
c.The juvenile may be transported to Juvenile Hall with Watch Commander approval
d. The juvenile should be taken home by the officer to ensure a responsible adult is present

C

17

Juveniles who are undocumented persons...(3.12-VII)
a. Under 13 must be taken to Polinsky Center
b. Under 14 and the parents reside in a foreign country, the juvenile will be transported to Polinsky Center
c. If the parents are in the United States legally and can be contacted, the juvenile will be released to them
d. Under 13 and the parents reside in a foreign country, the juvenile will be transported to Polinsky Center

D

18

Juveniles who are undocumented persons...(3.12-VII)
a. Over 13 must be taken to Polinsky Center
b. Over 14 and the parents reside in a foreign country, the juvenile will be transported to Polinsky Center
c. If the parents or guardians are in the United States and can be contacted, the juvenile will be released to them regardless of the family's immigration status
d. Juveniles over the age 14 will be released to Border Patrol

C

19

Juveniles are not booked, fingerprinted or photographed for City Curfew Ordinance unless they have been arrested for a crime, per 602 W/C? (3.12-VII)
a. True
b. False

A

20

If a juvenile is released for curfew violation, the following forms will be filled out, except? (3.12-VII)
a. JCR
b. Promise to Appear
c. Curfew Violation Notification Form/Parental Notification
d. Juvenile Diversion Contract

D

21

The Narcotics Section should be contacted in all the following circumstances EXCEPT: (3.13-III)
a. Sales
b. Possession
c. Cultivation
d. Large amounts of money
e. Narcotic-related confidential informant issues

B

22

Upon encountering a clandestine drug laboratory officers should: (3.13-III)
a. Take necessary action to protect public safety
b. Isolate and contain the scene and contact the Watch Commander's Office
c. Shut off water and power to the laboratory
d. All of the above
e. A and B

E

23

Senate Bill 1449 amended the classification of 11357(b) H&S (possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana) and 23222(b) CVC (possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana while driving a motor vehicle) from a/an ______ to a/an ______. (3.13-IV)
a. Infraction, misdemeanor
b. Misdemeanor, felony
c. Misdemeanor, infraction
d. Felony, misdemeanor

C

24

It is within the scope of the police officer's authority to decide not to take enforcement action, even though the controlled substance is, in the mind of the officer, not a "usable amount". (3.13-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

25

The San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center (SD-LECC) and the Western States Information Network serve what purpose? (3.13-VII0
a. Enhance officer safety through San Diego and Imperial Counties
b. Release information related to confidential informants
c. Provide locations of ongoing narcotics investigations in the area
d. All of the above

A

26

What should officers be prepared to provide when calling the Watch Commander's Office is to conduct a check with the SD-LECC system: (3.13-VII)
a. The name of the suspect
b. The address of the suspected drug dealings (if known)
c. The location of narcotics investigations
d. Vehicle information (if known)
e. All of the above

E

27

The purpose of the San Diego Superior Court Drug Court Program is to combat the recidivism rate associated with drug-related arrests. (3.13-VIII)
a. True
b. False

A

28

All the following are true in regards to the Drug Court Program EXCEPT: (3.13-VIII)
a. Defendants enter the program after pleading guilty to open charge(s) in Drug Court
b. The length of the program is 24 months
c. After successful completion of Drug Court, all drug related charge(s) to which the defendent pled guilty in Drug Court are dismissed
d. If is a collaborative effort by the Superior Court, San Diego Police Department, District Attorney's Office, City Attorney's Office, San Diego County Sheriff's Office, Public Defender's Office, and numerous treatment providers.

B

29

Who assesses overall eligibility for the Drug Court Program? (3.13-VIII)
a. The Court
b. District Attorney's Office
c. Drug Court Advisory Team
d. All of the above
e. A and C

D

30

A candidate for the Drug Court Program will be disqualified for which of the following: (3.13-VIII)
a. History of violence
b. Being a registered sex offender
c. Being a confidential informant for any law enforcement agency
d. Being a documented gang members
e. Any of the above
f. None of the above

E

31

What system are Drug Court participants entered into? (3.13-VIII)
a. San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination's System
b. Western States Information System
c. Officer Notification System
d. None of the above

C

32

Whose responsibility is it to notify the Narcotics Task Force Lab Team when an area believed to be a clandestine drug laboratory is located? (3.13-III)
a. Watch Commander
b. Field Officer
c. Immediate Supervisor
d. Field Lieutenant
e. Narcotics supervisor

A

33

What is one of the guidelines used in determining whether to impound a vehicle as part of a narcotics seizure? (3.13-VI)
a. Established value of at least $500 or more in equity
b. Registered owner is aware of drug use and/or transportation of drugs
c. Contains hidden compartments used to store felony narcotics
d. Large amounts of cash totaling more than $100,000 is located inside the vehicle
e. Vehicle has a strong odor of marijuana

B

34

It is _____ that the SD-LECC system be checked prior to any narcotics investigation. (3.13-VII)
a. Recommended
b. Mandatory
c. Optional
d. Not important

B

35

The responsibilities of a Drug Court Liaison include but are not limited to: (3.13-VIII)
a. Arrest participants when warrants are issued for their arrest
b. Conduct scheduled daily drug testing of Drug Court participants in the field and issue a verbal warning if test result is positive
c. Monitor participants in the program and report their status to the Narcotics Task Force supervisor
d. All of the above

A

36

11550 H&S drugs include compounds containing all of the following except: (3.14-IV)
a. Methamphetamine
b. PCP
c. Ecstasy (MDMA)
d. Cocaine
e. Opiates

C

37

A suspect should be evaluated for and, it appropriate, charged with 647(f) for which of the following drug(s): (3.14-IV)
a. LSD
b. Gamma-hydroxybutane
c. Marijuana
d. All of the above
e. A and B

D

38

Arresting officers should specify in the arrest report which drug is suspected when making an arrest for being under the influence of a controlled substance. (3.14-V)
a. True
b. False

B

39

An officer shall do the following after an arrest is made on an individual believed to be under the influence of a controlled substance: (3.14-V)
a. Issue a citation and release him/her at the scene
b. Take the suspect to a location where the lighting conditions can be controlled and perform a controlled room examination
c. Transport the suspect home
d. Give the suspect a warning and advise him/her the dangers of drug use

B

40

Where are urine bottles used to collect samples as evidence for 11550 H&S arrests available? (3.14-V)
a. All bathrooms at Headquarters
b. Substations
c. Room 138 at Headquarters
d. Property room at Headquarters

C

41

Who must be present and observe a suspect who has been arrested for 11550 H&S when he/she provides a urine sample? (3.14-V)
a. Phlebotomist
b. A criminalist from the Crime Lab
c. Watch Commander
d. Any officer

D

42

What needs to be obtained from a suspect believed to have injected or ingested a controlled substance within the past two hours? (3.14-V)
a. Blood sample
b. Urine sample
c. Stool sample
d. DNA mouth swab

A

43

In the absence of a qualified criminalist, who should obtain blood samples from a suspect arrested for 11550 H&S? (3.14-V)
a. A criminalist
b. A phlebotomist
c. An officer
d. A or B

B

44

Contracted phlebotomists are on site daily between what hours? (3.14-V)
a. 2000-0600 hours
b. 0600-1600 hours
c. 1400-2400 hours
d. 2100-0700 hours
e. 24 hours a day

A

45

What should officers do when arresting a subject for 23152 CVC (D.U.I.) and 11550 H&S (Under the influence of a controlled substance)? (3.14-V)
a. Drug evaluation
b. Standardized Field Sobriety Test
c. Both A and B
d. None of the above

C

46

Where can the sex crimes toxicology request form be found on the LAN drive? (3.14-V)
a. H:\LAB\Crime Lab Requests\SDPD Lab toxicology.doc
b. G:\LAB\Crime Lab Requests\SDPD Lab toxicology.doc
c. F:\LAB\Crime Lab Requests\SDPD Lab toxicology.doc
d. C:\LAB\Crime Lab Requests\SDPD Lab toxicology.doc
e. Z:\LAB\Crime Lab Requests\SDPD Lab toxicology.doc

C

47

A signature for toxicology requests for specialized drugs related to sex crimes is required from whom? (3.14-V)
a. Watch Commander
b. Lieutenant
c. Sergeant
d. Captain
e. Sex Crimes Detective

C

48

An officer should describe all subjective symptomology displayed by the suspect when making an arrest for 11550 H&S (3.14-VI)
a. True
b. False

A

49

Actions observed by an officer prior to arresting a suspect for 11550 H&S may include: (3.14-VI)
a. Articulating observable physical symptoms that reflect the suspect's gait and movements
b. Carefully describing the suspect's speech characteristics
c. Comparing the suspect's pupils to a known standard
d. All of the above
e. Only A and C

D

50

How much time should pass when checking the suspect's pulse between the first and second measurement or second and third measurement? (3.14-VI)
a. More than 10 minutes
b. More than 15 minutes
c. More than 30 minutes
d. More than 60 minutes

C