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1

Locally, the ___ is responsible for issuing medical marijuana cards.
a. San Diego Police Department
b. San Diego County Health and Human Services
c. Primary Caregiver
d. Primary Physician

B - San Diego County Health and Human Services

2

_____ is the statute which provides an affirmative defense for patients and their caregivers who possess or cultivate marijuana to alleviate the symptoms of certain medical conditions. (3.28-III)
a. Compassionate Use of Marijuana Act (CUA)
b. Medical Marijuana Program (MMP)
c. Affirmative Defense Act for Medical Marijuana Use (ADAMM)
d. Qualified Medical Marijuana Use Program (QMMP)

A - Compassionate Use of Marijuana Act (CUA)

3

Minors can be included as patients if their physicians determine that their health would benefit from marijuana use. (3.28-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

4

Qualified Patients and Primary Caregivers may NOT: (3.28-VII)
a. Smoke marijuana anywhere in public or in public view, even in private property
b. Divert marijuana to any other person on sell it
c. Smoke marijuana in a car that is being driven by another person
d. All of the above

D - All of the above

5

Under the SDMC, a person with a Patient Identification Card may possess the total amount of processed marijuana recommended by their physician, not to exceed ___ pound(s). (3.28-VII)
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. None of the above

A - One

6

Under the SDMC, a person with a Primary Caregiver Identification Card may possess no more that the amount recommended for each qualified patient, not to exceed ____ pound(s) for each patient. (3.28-VII)
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. None of the above

B - Two

7

Under the CUA, qualified patients may possess an amount of processed marijuana not to exceed: (3.28-VII)
a. One pound
b. Two pounds
c. The amount consistent with the Physician's recommendation.
d. None of the above.

C - The amount consistent with the Physician's recommendation.

8

Under the SDMC, a person with a Patient Identification Card may possess a maximum of ___ un-harvested marijuana plants. (3.28-VII)
a. 20
b. 21
c. 24
d. 25

C - 24

9

Under the SDMC, a person with a Primary Caregiver Identification Card may possess no more than the amount recommended for each qualified patient, not to exceed ____ plants. (3.28-VII)
a. 50
b. 99
c. 100
d. 200

B - 99

10

Growing marijuana shall only be permitted in a fully enclosed yard with a minimum six-foot fence perimeter or a greenhouse or structure that must be locked and contained. (3.28-VII)
a. True
b. False

A - True

11

Elder is defined as any person ___ years of age or older. (3.29-IV)
a. 60
b. 63
c. 65
d. 68

C - 65

12

Law enforcement officers are required by law to report the abuse to: (3.29-III)
a. Aging & Independence Services (A&IS)/Adult Protective Services (APS)
b. Elder Abuse Unit
c. Watch Commander
d. Social Worker

A - Aging & Independence Services (A&IS)/Adult Protective Services (APS)

13

Failure to meet reporting standards is a felony. (3.29-III)
a. True
b. False

B - False

14

Officers should complete a "Report of Suspected Dependent Adult/Elder Abuse" form ____. (3.29-III)
a. SOC 340
b. SOC 341
c. SOC 368
d. None of the above

B - SOC 341

15

Officers taking reports for crimes that occur against elders and dependent adults should use the appropriate 368 PC section as the primary crime case type/charge, followed by any other applicable crime section. (3.29-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

16

Who maintains and manages the PDIS (Police Department Intelligence System)? (3.30-II)
a. Research, Analysis & Planning
b. Robbery
c. CIU
d. Gangs

C - CIU

17

Who trains department personnel on utilizing the PDIS system? (3.30-V)
a. CIU personnel or their designee
b. Robbery personnel or their designee
c. Gangs personnel or their designee
d. Research Analysis & Planning or their designee.

A - CIU personnel or their designee

18

SDPD personnel shall only collect and maintain criminal intelligence information concerning an individual when there is _____ that the individual is involved in criminal conduct or activity and information is relevant to criminal conduct or activity? (3.30-V)
a. Political reason
b. Reasonable suspicion
c. Social views
d. Probable cause

B - Reasonable suspicion

19

_____ is responsible that no information is entered in the PDIS system in violation of federal, state, and local laws.
a. CIU
b. Robbery
c. Gangs
d. Research Analysis & Planning

A - CIU

20

Names or identifying information of ___ or ___ will not be used in the data base. (3.30-V)
a. Officer & Citizen
b. informants & cooperating witnesses
c. Detectives and witnesses
d. Officers and suspects

B - informants & cooperating witnesses

21

Information to be retained in the PDIS system shall be labeled for ___ and ____ prior to entry and submission. (3.30-V)
a. Source reliability and Content Validity
b. Truth and Justice
c. Consistency and Prior Knowledge
d. Honor and Integrity

A - Source reliability and Content Validity

22

Who is authorized to make inquiries to the PDIS system? (3.30-V)
a. Only detectives
b. Only supervisors
c. Any authorized SDPD member
d. Only Chief's office

C - Any authorized SDPD member

23

Temporary files shall be purged in ___ days from the date of entry? (3.30-V)
a. 180 days
b. 90 days
c. 1 year
d. 2 years

B - 90 days

24

Intelligence information and intelligence may never be released to a civilian except by? (3.30-V)
a. Written request and approval
b. Court order and authorization from CIU Lieutenant
c. Court order and authorization from any supervisor
d. Order of the Chief

B - Court order and authorization from CIU Lieutenant

25

The maximum retention period for a PDIS information is _____ unless a continuing criminal predicate exists that can be connected to current activity. (3.30-V)
a. 1 year
b. 3 years
c. 5 years
d. 10 years

C - 5 years

26

Department Personnel ___ keep personnel or private intelligence files separate from the PDIS database.
a. Should
b. May
c. Shall not
d. Sometimes

C - Shall not

27

The objectives of the PDIS system are? (3.30-I)
a. Prevent and control crime while conforming to privacy and constitutional rights of groups and individuals.
b. To document arrests and work activity.
c. To document and manage detective case loads.
d. All of the above

A - Prevent and control crime while conforming to privacy and constitutional rights of groups and individuals.

28

In reference to Labeling of Information, Source Reliability shall be evaluated using the following criteria: (3.30-V)
a. Reliable, Mostly reliable, Unbelievable, Unknown
b. Reliable, Usually reliable, Unreliable, Unknown
c. Believable, Mostly believable, Unbelievable, Unknown
d. Sustained, Inconclusive, Unfounded, Exempt

B - Reliable, Usually reliable, Unreliable, Unknown

29

In reference to Labeling of Information, Content Validity shall be evaluated using the following criteria: (3.30-V)
a. Confirmed, Probable, Doubtful, Cannot be judged
b. Sustained, Not sustained, Inconclusive, Unfounded
c. Confirmed, Not sustained, Doubtful, Unfounded
d. Sustained, Probable, Inconclusive, Cannot be judged

A - Confirmed, Probable, Doubtful, Cannot be judged

30

Who can reject or request corrections on PDIS entries made by Department personnel? (3.30-V)
a. Robbery
b. Chief's Office
c. CIU
d. Research Analysis & Planning

C - CIU