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1

What is the time requirement before a Missing Adult report may be taken, and the reporting party may provide information necessary to complete the report either in person or over the telephone? (3.17-III)
a. 24 hours
b. 48 hours
c. 30 days
d. No minimum time

D

2

Which two categories fall under Missing Persons? (3.17-IV)
a. At Risk/Endangered
b. At Risk/Not At Risk
c. Suicidal/Mental
d. None of the above

B

3

An escapee or "walk away" from a mental health facility is not considered at risk unless he/she is a danger to him/herself of others.
a. True
b. False

A

4

If the Missing person is "not at risk" and the Centralized Telephone Report Unit is not in operation, which unit takes all missing adult reports? (3.17-V)
a. Watch Commander
b. Communications
c. Missing Adult Unit
d. None of the above

B

5

If there are facts to indicate the "at risk" adult has a proven physical or mental disability, has been abducted, and great bodily injury or death is imminent, and the facts support the conclusion that a public notice would be of assistance in locating the "at risk" adult, which system will be requested? (3.17-V)
a. Missing Persons System
b. Teletype/Records system
c. Emergency Alert System
d. None of the above

C

6

Who will be notified when an Alzheimer's disease or Dementia patient is reported missing? (3.17-V)
a. Communications
b. Watch Commander
c. Field Lieutenant
d. Field Supervisor

D

7

In "at risk" cases, it is necessary to obtain a photograph of the missing person? (3.17-V)
a. True
b. False

A

8

A courtesy report will be taken on a missing person who is not a resident of San Diego? (3.17-V)
a. True
b. False

A

9

As required by law, how many days after is the reporting party responsible for furnishing the department with dental records of the missing person: (3.17-V)
a. 10
b. 20
c. 30
d. 60

C

10

Officers shall take fingerprints from a deceased person if requested by hospital staff? (3.17-V)
a. True
b. False

B

11

Which agency has the responsibility of coordinating all extradition proceedings? (3.18-III)
a. District Attorney's Office
b. San Diego Police Department
c. City Attorney's Office
d. San Diego County Sheriff

D

12

At least one of the two officers escorting a prisoner will be of the same gender as the prisoner? (3.18-III)
a. True
b. False

A

13

Extraditions of over ____ miles will generally be made with one overnight stay. (3.18-IV)
a. 100
b. 300
c. 500
d. None of the above

C

14

What mandated two-hour course must have been completed to be qualified for extraditions? (3.18-IV)
a. Dignitary Protection
b. Prisoner Transport
c. TSA Safety Course
d. Flying with firearms

D

15

At least 24 hours prior to traveling, the officer must take the TSA request form to the Teletype Unit so that a properly formatted message can be sent to the TSA. (3.18-V)
a. True
b. False

A

16

If unforeseen problems are encountered and cannot be overcome during an extradition, who will the officer contact? (3.18-VII)
a. Immediate Supervisor
b. Watch Commander
c. Fiscal Management Unit
d. Designated Investigations II/Robbery Sgt.

D

17

Only minimal amount of alcohol may be consumed while escorting prisoners. (3.18-VIII)
a. True
b. False

B

18

After an extradition, reconciliation of all paperwork must be completed within _____ working days after the officer's return. (3.18-IX)
a. 2 days
b. 3 days
c. One week
d. None of the above

B - 3 days

19

Officers are to make all requests to see patients through the hospital's ______. (3.20-IV)
a. Charge Nurse
b. Security Office
c. Administrative Office
d. None of the above

C

20

A staff member does not need to be present during the interview of a patient unless the therapeutic interests of the patient are at issue. (3.20-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

21

In the event the Hospital staff denies access to a patient or a needed medical record, the requesting officer shall make a report to the Department's Hospital Liaison Sergeant in Operational Support. (3.20-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

22

A search warrant must be obtained for a body cavity search of a suspect. (3.20-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

23

Penal Code Section ____ gives peace officers authority to release from custody any person arrested without a warrant when there are insufficient grounds for seeking a criminal complaint against the person arrested. (3.21-III)
a. 549
b. 849
c. 949
d. 649

B

24

When an arrested subject is transported away from the scene of an arrest to either a police or medical facility and subsequently released from custody,
an Arrest Report form (Arjis-8) must be submitted. (3.21-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

25

Other than investigative personnel, who is authorized to prepare an 849(b)(1) release or drop/change of charge form, reducing the original booking charges. (3.21-IV)
a. Patrol Sergeants
b. Arresting Officer
c. Watch Commander
d. All of the above

C

26

When the District Attorney rejects the issuance of a complaint, an SDPD drop/change of charge form is not needed. (3.21-V)
a. True
b. False

A

27

How many days is the holding period mandated by the state during which property received by a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or junk dealer must be held in the store? (3.22-IV)
a. 10 days
b. 20 days
c. 30 days
d. 90 days

C

28

The _____ hold is the time period during which a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer must retain property if a peace officer places a hold on such property. (3.22-IV)
a. 30 day
b. 10 day
c. 20 day
d. 90 day

D

29

It is unlawful for an officer to seize property from a dealer for the purpose of returning it to a victim. (3.22-IX)
a. True
b. False

A

30

Any sworn member of the San Diego Police Department may impound property for the purpose of making a narcotic related seizure. (3.23-III)
a. True
b. False

A - True

31

Only a Narcotic Task Force Agent with Federal Authority under Title 21 U.S.C. may seize property. (3.23-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

32

Defined as taking possession of property by legal process; to confiscate property with intent to permanently acquire legal ownership. (3.23-IV)
a. Impound
b. Seizure
c. Confiscate
d. None of the above

B - Seizure

33

Who is authorized to remove seized property or currency from the San Diego Police Department property impounds room? (3.23-V)
a. Investigative Sergeants
b. Assigned Detective
c. Only NTF assigned SDPD detectives
d. Both b & c

C

34

Stolen or embezzled property must be held for at least _____ if notice was given to the true owner, or _______ if the true owner has not been identified and no notice was given. (3.24-IV)
a. 30 days, 60 days
b. 3 months, 6 months
c. 6 months, 1 year
d. 2 months, 3 months

B

35

A Receipt for Weapons/Currency form must be completed whenever any firearms or money in an amount over $20 are impounded. (3.25-IV)
a. True
b. False

A

36

A Receipt for Weapons/Currency form is still required for any firearms or money over $20 seized pursuant to a search warrant. (3.25-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

37

What is needed to position or manipulate surveillance cameras to zoom into areas that cannot be seen by the naked eye? (3.26-IV)
a. Exigent Circumstance
b. A Warrant
c. Commanding Officer's Permission
d. Any of the above
e. A and B only

E

38

In all cases involving the impounding of media, original media may be sent via Department Mail to Records Division or any Property Room. (3.26-IV)
a. True
b. False

B

39

Once it is determined that a kidnapping has occurred or is suspected, a callback for the ____ should be initiated. (3.27-IV)
a. Area Station Detectives
b. Criminal Intelligence Unit
c. Robbery Unit
d. F.B.I.

C

40

A 14 year old victim was kidnapped for sexual assault. Which investigative unit will be responsible for the investigation? (3.27-IV)
a. Sex Crimes Unit
b. Child Abuse Unit
c. Robbery Unit
d. F.B.I.

A