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1

The California Department of Justice requires that information on missing or runaway juveniles be entered into which system(s)? (3.10-III)
a. ARJIS
b. SFERS
c. CRMS
d. CLETS and NCIC

D

2

What are the patrol officer's responsibilities for a missing juvenile at-risk or not at-risk? (3.09 IV,3.10-IV)
a. Obtain a recent photograph
b. Obtain a case number from Records Division
c. Obtain fingerprints from a parent and other siblings that are living at residence
d. Both A and B

D

3

What detailed description of the missing juvenile should the officer obtain? (3.10-IV)
a. Clothing
b. Scars/Tattoo
c. Dental
d. All of the above

D

4

Officers are to inform the parent/guardian that they are responsible for checking with friends, hospitals, and known locations frequented by the juvenile. (3.10-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

5

The JST Detective will continue reasonable contact with parent's during the absence of the juvenile. What is the correct guideline? (3.10-IV)
a. One week - Once daily
b. One week - Twice daily
c. One week - Every other day
d. None of the above

A

6

Truants are often responsible for crimes after 10 pm. (3.11-III)
a. True
b. False

B

7

When is a missing juvenile at risk? (3.09-IV)
a. The victim of a crime or foul play
b. In need of medical attention
c. Mentally impaired
d. All of the above

D

8

If a juvenile has a pattern of running away or disappearing he/she is considered "at risk". (3.09-I)
a. True
b. False

B

9

Which category does California DOJ divide missing juveniles into? (3.09-IV)
a. Juveniles not "at risk"
b. Juveniles under 16 years of age and at risk
c. Juveniles 16 years of age or older and at risk.
d. None of the above

D

10

It is the responsibility for the lead dispatcher to notify the following personnel of a missing juvenile not at risk. (3.09-IV)
a. Juvenile Admin Officer
b. Juvenile Admin Sergeant
c. Area Patrol Sergeant and Watch Commander
d. Both A and B

C

11

If two or more juveniles are missing together, only one case number needs to be obtained. (3.09-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

12

A patrol Sergeant's responsibilities during a missing juvenile at risk incident is to: (3.09-IV)
a. During a kidnapping case notify the on-call Robbery Team
b. In event the command post is established, notify the area Captain, service lieutenant, and Critical Incident Management Unit
c. Both A and B
d. Request other resources needed.

D

13

The Watch Commander's responsibilities during a missing juvenile at risk is to: (3.09-IV)
a. In event the command post is established, notify the area captain, service lieutenant, and Critical Incident Management Unit
b. During a kidnapping case notify the on-call Robbery Team
c. Both A and B
d. A recent photograph of the missing is obtained.

C

14

A JST Detective will send the Authorization to release Dental/X-Ray information form (BCIA-4048), dental records, x-rays, and a photograph of the juvenile to Child Welfare Services and the Center of Missing and Exploited Children. (3.09-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

15

Within how many days of a juvenile's disappearance, with the JST detective give written notice and a photograph of a missing juvenile to the child's school? (3.09-IV)
a. 3 days
b. 5 days
c. 1 day
d. 10 days

D

16

The "Juvenile Law" section contained in the Welfare and Institutions code is primarily concerned with the detention of the juvenile offender. (3.08-III)
a. True
b. False

B

17

What is NOT a legal alternative disposition for juveniles taken into temporary custody, per 626 W&I? (3.08-III)
a. Release the juvenile to a parent, guardian, responsible adult, or on their own recognizance.
b. Refer to an agency for diversion.
c. Deliver to Juvenile Hall
d. None of the above - these are all legal alternatives

D

18

Which W&I Code relates to the juvenile's refusal to obey orders of parents, for violation of curfew, or truancy (Status Offenses)? (3.08-IV)
a. 601 W&I
b. 602 W&I
c. 707 W&I
d. 303 W&I

A

19

Which W&I code relates to the juvenile's violation of law or an ordinance defining a crime (Criminal Offenses)? (3.08-IV)
a. 601 W&I
b. 602 W&I
c. 707 W&I
d. 300 W&I

B

20

Officers MUST fingerprint juveniles arrested for felony charges. (3.08-V)
a. True
b. False

A

21

For juvenile arrests, how many fingerprint cards will officers complete? (3.08-V)
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

C

22

Juvenile Hall cannot accept minors under 12 years of age without a _____. (3.08-V)
a. Parent's consent
b. Warrant
c. Written Declaration
d. Judge's approval

D

23

Juvenile Hall will accept 18 year olds, until their ___ birthday, with "No Bail" warrants originating in Juvenile Court. (3.08-V)
a. 19th
b. 20th
c. 21st
d. 22nd

A

24

If a juvenile is taken into temporary custody, the officer must only Mirandize the juvenile if the officer is going to question the juvenile about the crime for which he or she has been taken into custody. (3.08-VI)
a. True
b. False

B

25

Which is NOT a reason when an officer may not release a juvenile in the field? (3.08-VII)
a. The crime involves a great deal of criminal sophistication
b. The juvenile is unable to care for his/her safety
c. The juvenile is 14 years of age
d. None of the above - these are all reasons not to release the juvenile

C

26

Juveniles may be handcuffed to a stationary object as long as the juvenile is under the constant observations or supervision by an officer. (3.08-IX)
a. True
b. False

B

27

A non-secure (juvenile) detention may not exceed ____ hours. (3.08-IX)
a. 2
b. 4
c. 6
d. 8

C

28

A juvenile under non-secure detention shall be provided the opportunity to complete at least ____ telephone call(s) no later than ____ hour(s) after being taken into custody. (3.08-IX)
a. 2 calls, 1 hour
b. 1 call, 2 hours
c. 2 calls, 2 hours
d. 1 call, 1 hour

A

29

Which is not a required document when a juvenile is to be detained at Juvenile Hall? (3.08-XI)
a. JCR
b. Declaration and Determination Form
c. Affidavit and Application for Filing of Juvenile Court Petition
d. Juvenile Rap Sheet

D

30

In relation to question 29, when is the only time these documents are not required by Juvenile Hall? (3.08-XI)
a. When the juvenile is under the age of 14
b.When the juvenile is being arrested under W&I 602
c. When the juvenile is being arrested for a Juvenile Detention Order or warrant
d. When the juvenile's history is already on file at Juvenile Hall

C

31

Who is responsible for the security of impounded narcotics and related records received from throughout the Department? (3.15-III)
a. Impounding officers
b. Laboratory personnel
c. Narcotics vault personnel
d. All of the above

B

32

Grow lights and related evidence must be impounded on a narcotic tag. (3.15-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

33

Gas containers should not be impounded, as transportation and storage may be dangerous. If in doubt as to whether to leave pressurized gas bottles at the scene or have it handled as a hazardous material, who should be contacted for guidance? (3.15-IV)
a. MAST
b. SD Fire Department
c. Watch Commander
d. All of the above

C

34

Which narcotics related (single) item must be impounded at Headquarters? (3.15-IV)
a. Meth Pipe
b. Marijuana less than an ounce
c. Small marijuana plant
d. PCP pipe with residue

D

35

When a correction must be made on the narcotics tag or log, you must use WHITE OUT to maintain the legibility of the log. (3.15-V)
a. True
b. False

B

36

All felony narcotics should be weighed and impounded at Headquarters. (3.15-VI)
a. True
b. False

B

37

Cocaine pipe test kits must be used to test cocaine prior to impounding. (3.15-VII)
a. True
b. False

B

38

After using the cocaine test kits, dispose of the kits and DO NOT impound the used test kits with the impound. (3.15-VII)
a. True
b. False

A

39

Any evidence impounded on a narcotic tag must be sealed using the customized evidence seals. What must the seal have written on it? (3.15-VIII)
a. Officer's name, ID number, Case number, and date
b. Officer's name, ID number, Suspect's name and date
c. Officer's name, ID number, Charge(s) and date
d. Officer's name, ID number, Command, and date

D

40

How often will with the Narcotics Vault Supervisor send to each captain a discrepancy report? (3.15-IX)
a. Weekly
b. Bi-weekly
c. Monthly
d. Quarterly

C

41

Defense attorneys may request to view or take photos of the narcotic evidence. (3.15-XV)
a. True
b. False

A

42

The self-motivation of each informant must always be identified and can be placed in one of six categories. Which is NOT one of the six categories? (3.16-IV)
a. Greed
b. Remorse
c. Revenge
d. Civil mindedness

D

43

The Department does not want to discourage any officer from generally developing information and intelligence. Uniformed personnel are encouraged to become involved with or attempt to manage informants. (3.16-V)
a. True
b. False

B

44

Each potential informant must be profiled, by the detective handler as to the True identity, Criminal history, Background and ______. (3.16-VI)
a. Criminal Expertise
b. Credit History
c. Employment History
d. Motivation

A

45

When payment is to be made to an informant, the "Payment Voucher" (PD-536) shall be completed, signed and witnessed by _______. (3.16-VI)
a. The informant
b. A Supervisor
c. A Second Officer
d. Any Witness

C