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1

What is the proper way of checking for over-tightening of handcuffs? (6.01-V)
a. Have the prisoner wiggle his/her wrists.
b. Insert a fingertip between the handcuffs and the prisoner's wrist.
c. Wait until the prisoner complains.
d. None of the above.

B - Insert a fingertip between the handcuff's and the prisoner's wrist.

2

When may an officer search a subject arrested for non-custodial misdemeanors? (6.01-V)
a. Anytime - All arrestees are subject to search.
b. Only when there is a second officer present
c. Only when there is probable cause to believe there may be evidence concealed on the subject.
d. None of the above - Non-custodial arrests are not subject to searches.

C - Only when there is probable cause to believe there may be evidence concealed on the subject.

3

A strip search may be conducted as long as there is prior verbal authorization by the supervisor on duty. (6.01-VII)
a. True
b. False

B - False

4

Which requirement is false regarding strip searches? (6.01-VII)
a. The subject must be lawfully arrested for a felony.
b. The subject must be arrested for a misdemeanor involving an act of violence.
c. May only be done in the presence of a licensed medical personnel.
d. The search must be done in an area of privacy.

C - May only be done in the presence of a licensed medical personnel.

5

To conduct a physical body cavity search, the officer must obtain a search warrant. (6.01-VII)
a. True
b. False

A - True

6

When transporting a female prisoner and the transporting officer is male, the officer shall notify the radio dispatcher of: (6.01-X)
a. departure
b. Arrival
c. Beginning mileage
d. Ending mileage
e. All of the above

E - All of the above

7

When prisoners are left in cars during hot weather, which one is NOT a proper procedure? (6.01-X)
a. Back windows will be rolled down.
b. Front windows will be rolled down.
c. Air conditioning will be left on.
d. None of the above - These are all proper procedures

A - Back windows will be rolled down.

8

Any persons arrested and held more than three hours without being booked has the right to make at least three telephone calls. (6.01-XI)
a. True
b. False

A - True

9

Who shall be called to all incidents involving a subject being maximally restrained? (6.01-XIII)
a. Watch Commander
b. K-9 Unit
c. A Field Supervisor
d. Paramedics

C - A Field Supervisor

10

A safety control chair is located in the sally port area. The control chair may be used to secure active violent prisoners who pose a threat to themselves. (6.01-XVII)
a. True
b. False

B - False

11

A misdemeanor and felony prisoner without valid identification must be verified through what system? (6.02-III)
a. ARJIS
b. County
c. Cal-ID
d. SDLAW

C - Cal-ID

12

When fingerprinting a suspect, which weapon is allowed on the gunbelt? (6.02-IV)
a. Firearm
b. Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)
c. Nunchakus, PR-24, etc.
d. B & C

B - OC

13

How many beds are reserved for misdemeanor arrests by SDPD at Las Colinas women's detention facility? (6.02-VII)
a. 30
b. 60
c. 90
d. 120

B - 60

14

Officers arresting a suspect for a felony or misdemeanor crime must complete a probable cause Declaration and Determination form. What must be included in the form? (6.02-X)
a. Elements of all listed crimes
b. Details of how suspect was taken into custody
c. Where suspect was taken into custody
d. All of the above

D All of the above

15

A declaration form must be complete for a warrant or arrest or parole hold. (6.02-X)
a. True
b. False

B - False

16

Officers are not to book suspects on felony or misdemeanor charges and issue them citations as well (6.02-XI)
a. True
b. False

A - True

17

Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) accepts persons arrested for what kind of code? (6.02-XIV)
a. Penal Code
b. Vehicle Code
c. Federal Code
d. All of the above

C - Federal Code

18

Who must be notified when a "sweep" or police activity resulting in large number of arrests is conducted? (6.02-III)
a. Sergeant
b. Watch Commander Sergeant
c. Field Lieutenant
d. B & C
e. All of the above

D - Watch Commander Sergeant and Field Lieutenant

19

If arresting officer has knowledge that their prisoner is or has been a sworn peace officer, who shall be notified? (6.02-IV)
a. Field Lieutenant
b. Watch Commander Sergeant
c. Booking deputy
d. A & B
e. All of the above

E - All of the above

20

When a dispute arises between Police Department Personnel and Intake Deputies regarding booking procedures, proper charges, etc., who will be notified? (6.02-VIII)
a. Sergeant
b. Police Department Watch Commander
c. County Jail Watch Supervisor
d. Field Lieutenant

B - Police Department Watch Commander

21

Court decisions have held that police officers, under certain circumstances, may? (6.03-III)
a. Not stop anyone to conduct an inquiry
b. Stop anyone at any time even if for no reason.
c. Stop a person and search them at will.
d. Contact or stop citizens to conduct an inquiry.

D - Contact or stop citizens to conduct an inquiry.

22

Although no legal cause need be present for an officer to initiate a contact, the person contacted may not be ___________ against their will. (6.03-III)
a. Halted
b. Detained
c. Patted-down
d. All of the above

D - All of the above.

23

A Field Interview is ________ in which an officer reasonably suspects that a person has committed a crime. (6.03-IV)
a. Any arrest
b. Any contact
c. Any stop
d. Both B and C

D -Both B and C

24

Who can officers detain? (6.03-IV)
a. Only pedestrians
b. Only persons in vehicles.
c. Both pedestrians and persons in vehicles.
d. None of the above.

C - Both pedestrians and persons in vehicles.

25

Distribution of FI's are as follows: (6.03-V)
a. All copies sent to records
b. White to records, yellow to investigations, gold retained for investigative purposes.
c. All copies retained by the officer.
d. White and yellow to records; gold to investigations unit.

B - White to records, yellow to investigations, gold retained for investigative purposes.

26

Officers are not permitted to maintain personnel files of Field Interviews. (6.03-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

27

Information of FI's can be retrieved through: (6.03-V)
a. CRMS
b. CLETS
c. ARJIS
d. None of the above

C - ARJIS

28

Field Interview forms may be used for an FI of a vehicle only? (6.03-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

29

What is the purpose of a crime report? (6.04-III)
a. To compile information
b. To establish the fact that a crime was committed
c. Crime trends or methods of operations.
d. All of the above.

D - All of the above

30

When must an officer prepare a crime report? (6.04-V)
a. An officer does not have to prepare a crime report if the victim does not want a report made.
b. When it has been determined that a crime was committed.
c. Only when requested.
d. Every time a person is contacted.

B - When it has been determined that a crime was committed.

31

An officer does not have to complete any kind of report on domestic violence if the victim does not want a report completed or an investigation conducted. (6.04-IV)
a. True
b. False

B - False

32

When is an "incident only" report sufficient? (6.04-IV)
a. When the victim of a crime is unavailable.
b. When the victim of a crime just wants the incident "on record."
c. When the officer does not have time to write the report.
d. All of the above.

A - When the victim of a crime is unavailable.

33

What is the dollar amount when a crime report should be taken for a juvenile shoplift? (6.04-V)
a. Both A and B
b. No report is required for less than $10
c. When the loss is more than $25
d. When the loss is more than $10

A - Both B and D

34

In a two officer unit who is responsible for ensuring the proper completion of the daily journal? (6.05-IV)
a. Either of the officers
b. The junior officer
c. The senior officer
d. The squad sergeant

C - The senior officer

35

How often are daily journals inspected? (6.05-IV)
a. Every six months
b. Twice a month
c. Once a year
d. Every 15 months

B - Twice a month

36

How long are paper journals maintained by the command? (6.05-IV)
a. 1 year
b. 2 years
c. 5 years
d. 7 years

B - 2 years

37

What is the primary importance regarding crime scene protection? (6.06-III)
a. Removal of all unauthorized persons from within the area to be protected.
b. Welfare of an injured victim or suspect.
c. Identifying and isolating all victims, witnesses and suspects.
d. Protection of all known items of evidence.

B - Welfare of an injured victim or suspect.

38

Who should be contacted if the crime is of such magnitude that an immediate investigation by off-duty Centralized investigative detectives is warranted? (6.06-III)
a. Duty Lieutenant
b. Commanding Officer
c. Watch Commander
d. Investigative Sergeant

C - Watch Commander

39

Who should be utilized in the collection and preservation of evidence at complicated or serious crimes that require a high level of expertise? (6.06-III)
a. Field Evidence Technician
b. Field Training Officer
c. Senior Fiel Officer
d. Crime Lab Criminalist

A - Field Evidence Technician

40

Regarding Law Enforcement victims of crime, victim officers may provide personal identifying information to the reporting officer since all crime reports are public record. (6.06-VI)
a. True
b. False

B - False

41

What does ALPS stand for? (6.06-IV)
a. Automatic Lateral Print System
b. Automatic Latent Print Section
c. Automated Latent Print Section
d. Automated Latent Print System

D - Automated Latent Print System

42

The term "common carrier" refers to? (6.08-III)
a. San Diego City Fire Department Medic Units
b. Taxicabs
c. Taxicabs, City Transit buses and San Diego Trolleys
d. Taxicabs, Ctiy Transit buses, San Diego Trolleys and Pedi-cabs

C - Taxicabs, City Transit buses and San Diego Trolleys

43

The term "______" shall be used to designate an urgent request for police assistance and shall include such situations as robberies, impending robberies, violent disturbances, assaults or other law enforcement needs occurring in or involving any common carrier. (6.08-III)
a. Common carrier
b. 911 Emergency
c. Code Blue
d. Code 10

C - Code Blue

44

A report may be received by Communications Division from a City transit bus in need of assistance. City buses are equipped with two-way radios and a hand-activated device, which will alert the bus dispatcher of the need for police assistance. Bus drivers have been instructed to alert field officers of their need for assistance by?
a. Communicating over the radio with field officers
b. Activating flashing blue lights
c. Activating the emergency flasher lights
d. Flagging down the first officer they see

C - Activating the emergency flasher lights

45

In all incidents involving the delay of a trolley or trolley service, the field supervisor shall ensure that Communications notifies the San Diego Trolley Inc. Central Control Facility to request appropriate SDTI personnel respond to the scene. If an incident command post results or is likely to result in the delay of trolley service... ? (6.08-IV)
a. An SDTI liaison should be included
b. SDTI Central Control Facility should be notified.
c. The San Diego Operations Support Liaison should be notified.
d. Metropolitan Transportation Services should be notified.

A - A SDTI liaison should be included

46

Officers are requested to stop any common carrier where suspicious circumstances occur. . .? (6.08-IV)
a. Only when a Code Blue has been requested
b. In any instance where suspicious circumstances exist or when it appears the driver may be in need of assistance.
c. Unless the driver does not appear to have a passenger
d. Only when dispatch has confirmed the need for assistance

B - In any instance where suspicious circumstances exist or when it appears the driver may be in need of assistance.

47

Stops of common carriers, as a result of "Code Blue" circumstances, shall be documented on the Officer's Daily Journal with the following items included: (6.08-IV)
a. Time and location of the stop, common carrier equipment number, name and information for all occupants in the vehicle, and, action taken.
b. Time and location of the stop, nature of the Code Blue situation, common carrier equipment number, and, action taken.
c. Time and location of the stop, nature of the Code Blue situation, name and cab certificate number for the driver, and, common carrier equipment number.
d. Field Interview or MCT's, if appropriate.

B - Time and location of the stop, nature of the Code Blue situation, common carrier equipment number, and, action taken.

48

The operation of taxicabs is governed by _____? (6.08-IV)
a. Metropolitan Transportation Services
b. San Diego Police Department
c. San Diego Trolley Incorporated
d. California Department of Motor Vehicles

A - Metropolitan Transportation Services

49

Officers who encounter problems or have concerns regarding taxicabs should call ____: (6.08-IV)
a. A Supervisor
b. Communications
c. MTS
d. The On-duty supervisor of the cab company

C - MTS

50

SDTI Code Compliance personnel are the only SDTI personnel authorized to make custodial arrest? (6.08-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True