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1

The county animal shelter will provide treatment to injured ____ on a twenty four hour basis. (6.09-III)
a. Dogs
b. Dogs, Cats and Wildlife
c. Cats
d. Both A and C

D - Both A and C

2

A police officer may destroy an animal with a service firearm when: (6.09-IV)
a. The animal appears injured and vicious
b. It would be more humane to destroy the animal
c. The owner requests it
d. All of the above

B - It would be more humane to destroy the animal

3

It is mandated by law that an officer's immediate supervisor gives approval to destroy an animal with a firearm. (6.09-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

4

Officers DO NOT have discretion in deciding whether or not to turn the deceased animal's body over to the County Animal Shelter for a necropsy to be conducted by the Office of the County Veterinarian.
a. True
b. False

B - False

5

If the discharge of a firearm was within the guidelines of this procedure: (6.09-IV)
a. The officer will prepare an A9 covering the circumstances surrounding the incident
b. The supervisor will notify the Watch Commander and Internal Affairs
c. A supervisor will prepare a "Shooting Incident Report - Euthanasia"
d. None of the above

C - A supervisor will prepare a "Shooting Incident Report - Euthanasia"

6

The County Animal Shelter will not treat injured cats or dogs brought in by their owner. (6.09-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

7

Police officers are not to take injured animals to a private veterinarian or pet hospital for treatment, other than the Emergency Animal Clinic of San Diego. (6.09-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

8

The discovery of unsecured, non-residential buildings should be an integral part of every police officer's patrol strategy. (6.10-III)
a. True
b. False

A - True

9

If a building is found to be unsecured, and it appears unlawful entry was made, the officer should contact the owner. If the officer is unable to contact the owner, the officer shall: (6.10-V)
a. Notify a supervisor
b. Contact Facilities Maintenance
c. Complete an ARJIS-2 "Incident Only" report and leave a note for the owner to contact the appropriate investigative unit so the report may be completed.
d. Contact Communications

C - Complete an ARJIS-2 "Incident Only" report and leave a note for the owner to contact the appropriate investigative unit so the report may be completed.

10

If an officer discovers a business that, in his/her opinion, lacks certain sound measures, but does not meet the established criteria for an "unsecured building", the officer shall: (6.10-V)
a. Notify the Community Officer
b. Notify the 1st Watch beat officer to contact the owner
c. None of the above
d. Notify the owner either in person, by phone, or by leaving a note advising of the deficiency.

D - notify the owner in person, by phone, or by leaving a note advising of the deficiency.

11

Upon discovery of an unsecured building, officers shall not: (6.10-V)
a. Secure the building
b. Remove screens on open windows unless they are already unlatched.
c. Enter the building alone.
d. All of the above.

B - Remove screens on open windows unless they are already unlatched.

12

Per a contractual agreement between the Police Department and the SART facility or hospitals, which of the following service will be provided to all victims? (6.11-V)
a. Treatment of injuries
b. Follow-up medical care
c. Examination of victim
d. Counseling and psychological services

C - Examination of victim

13

Who is the primary service provider for the San Diego Police Department for sexual assault examinations for victims ages 18 and older? (6.11-V)
a. Scripps Mercy Hospital located at 4077 5th Ave.
b. Alvarado Hospital located at 6655 Alvarado
c. Independent Forensic Services located at 4376 54th Place #C
d. Paradise Valley Hospital located at 24000 East 4th Street in National City

C - Independent Forensic Services located at 4376 54th Place #C

14

Children's Hospital is contracted to perform evidentiary examinations for the following victim(s): (6.11-V)
a. Victims under the age of 18 years of age
b. Victims over the age of 18 years of age who are severely developmentally disabled
c. A and B
d. A and C

C - A and B

15

What should one do if an injured sex crime victim is unconscious or unable to give consent due to impairment and evidence exists that a sexual assault occurred? (6.11-V)
a. Perform the SART examination at the age appropriate hospital in order to preserve the evidence
b. Wait the necessary time until the victim is conscious or is able to give consent for an evidentiary examination
c. Have the detective conduct a follow-up at a later date in order to perform the evidentiary examination
d. Notify the on-call detective so he or she can respond to the hospital and assist in obtaining a search warrant for the evidentiary examination

D - Notify the on-call detective so he or she can respond to the hospital and assist in obtaining a search warrant for the evidentiary examination.

16

When completing paperwork on sexual assault investigations an officer will use ____. (6.11-VI)
a. Only the victim's last name
b. Jane or John Doe in the place of the victim's true name
c. The victim's true name
d. The victim may choose whatever name as long as a contact phone number is provided.

C - The victim's true name

17

Which of the following is true regarding evidence collection and impounds on sexual assault cases? (6.11-VIII)
a. Victim and suspect clothing may be impounded in separate paper bags
b. Victim and suspect clothing are to be impounded in plastic bags
c. If the assault scene occurred in a vehicle, the vehicle should be swabbed for DNA evidence and then left at the scene
d. All clothing worn by the suspect at the time of the offense shall be impounded

D - All clothing worn by the suspect at the time of the offense shall be impounded

18

Upon arrival at any scene where medical aid is needed, officers should notify Communications Divisions of the following: (6.12-IV)
a. Victim's race, chief complaint, and if the victim is breathing and conscious
b. Victim's approximate age, victim's sex, and if the victim is breathing and conscious
c. Victim's sex, chief complaint, and if the victim is breathing and conscious
d. Victim's approximate age, chief complaint, and if the victim is breathing and conscious

D - victim's approx. age, chief complaint, and if the victim is breathing and conscious

19

Officers will begin resuscitative efforts whenever they encounter a patient with no discernable breathing or heartbeat. They will continue to do so until: (6.12-IV)
a. The arrival of First Responders
b. The patient is pronounced dead by an Officer
c. The officer is exhausted or unable to communicate
d. A and C
e. All of the above

D - A and C

20

Who is responsible for a suspect's medical expenses once he/she is booked in jail? (6.12-IV)
a. The County
b. The City
c. The suspect
d. The State
e. Mexico

A - The County

21

Who does the hospital contact to obtain consent when a juvenile is in need of emergency care and the parent or guardian cannot be located or objects to medical treatment? (6.12-IV)
a. Any other family member who is over 18 years of age
b. Polinsky Center to obtain consent from Juvenile Probation personnel
c. Watch Commander
d. Child Protective Services

B - Polinsky Center to obtain consent from Juvenile Probation personnel

22

What is the highest rank in field personnel who are required to carry a department approved CPR mask while in the field? (6.12-IV)
a. PO I
b. PO II
c. Sergeant
d. Lieutenant
e. PO III

C - Sergeant

23

Who handles vehicles stolen from a military installation? (6.13-III)
a. Patrol Officer
b. Auto Theft Unit
c. Military Investigation Unit
d. Any of the above

C - Military Investigation Unit

24

If the vehicle owner (victim) loaned the vehicle to another person, he or she shall be directed to contact a(n) ____ before a stolen report is taken. (6.13-III)
a. Auto Theft Investigator
b. DMV
c. California Highway Patrol
d. None of the above

A - Auto Theft Investigator

25

When reporting a boat theft report where a boat and a trailer were stolen, boat trailers will be on a separate auto theft report? (6.13-III)
a. True
b. False

A - True

26

When a reporting party lacks necessary information (i.e. VIN, License Plate number, etc.), Officers are to take a report on an auto theft case and handle as what type of report? (6.13-IV)
a. Inform reporting party to contact communications after obtaining the necessary information
b. Handle as an Incident only report
c. Contact Auto theft Sergeant
d. None of the above

B - Handle as an Incident only report

27

If a vehicle is recovered and the engine has been removed who can you contact to determine if the engine number is on file for that particular VIN/vehicle? (6.13-V)
a. DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles)
b. SDPD Teletype
c. NICB (National Insurance Crime Bureau)
d. Auto Theft Unit

C - NICB (National Insurance Crime Bureau)

28

Units of coffee breaks will remain in service and be available for radio calls? (6.14-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

29

Suspension of patrol duties for Code Seven will not exceed how much time? (6.14-IV)
a. One hour
b. Reasonable amount of time
c. No time limit
d. One-half hour

D - One-half hour

30

Officers will be allowed Code Seven anytime during their shift, with whose approval? (6.14-IV)
a. Your squad
b. Supervisor
c. Field Lieutenant
d. Communications

D - Communications

31

How many officers are allowed at a time will use an eating place or any place such as a hospital for Code Seven unless prior approval is obtained from a supervisor? (6.14-IV)
a. 2
b. 4
c. 6
d. None

A - 2

32

Officers are not allowed to take Code Seven at locations already occupied by other officers conducting official business, preparing reports, etc., nor will other officers routinely initiate such activity at a location already occupied by officers on Code Seven. (6.14-IV)
a. True
b. False

B - False

33

How many days will you inform a ride along an officer will contact them regarding their ride along request? (6.15-V)
a. 5
b. 7
c. 14
d. 30

C - 14

34

Who informs ride-alongs that they have been unaccepted and denied a ride along? (6.15-V)
a. Ride Along coordinator
b. Officer receiving the potential ride along
c. Supervisor
d. All of the above

C - Supervisor

35

On duty civilian members and Department Cadets who are participating in a ride along for training purposes are exempt from completing the Ride along request/waiver of claims form. (6.15-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

36

Ride-alongs are limited to ___ full shift per year under the program. (6.15-V)
a. 4
b. 3
c. 2
d. 1

D - 1

37

The ride-along should not be permitted to: (6.15-V)
a. Attend the squad conference unless cleared in advance by the officer's supervisor
b. Be present during interviews with criminal suspects or informants.
c. Enter the station locker rooms
d. All of the above

D - All of the above

38

Prior to deploying a Police Service Dog, the handler must consider: (6.16-V)
a. Severity of the Crime
b. If Subject is actively resisting
c. Immediacy of the Threat
d. All of the above

D - All of the Above

39

In accordance with Dept. Procedure 1.04 - Use of Force a Police Service Dog may be deployed to search for evidence, narcotics, explosives, or other contraband. (6.16-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

40

A Police Service Dog is allowed to urinate and defecate in or around any inhabited building. (6.16-V)
a. True
b. False

B - False

41

All non-emergency, out of county travel utilizing the Police Service Dog and/or Department Vehicle must have prior approval of the Canine Unit Lieutenant. (6.16-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

42

In the event of a dog bite or other injury caused by a Police Service Dog, on duty or off duty the handler shall report the incident to the Department of Animal Control within: (6.16-V)
a. 36 hours
b. 48 hours
c. 72 hours
d. 24 hours

D - 24 hours

43

A Canine Lieutenant shall be notified anytime a canine unit is requested at any SWAT incident. (6.16-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

44

An Operational Bite is when a Police Service Dog is directed to bite a person for any legitimate law enforcement purpose. (6.16-V)
a. True
b. False

A - True

45

Officers are prohibited from releasing undocumented persons to ICE/Border Patrol under which following condition: (6.18-V)
a. When they are victims or witnesses to a crime
b. When contacted during family disturbances
c. During the enforcement of minor traffic offenses
d. When the person is seeking medical attention
e. All of the above

E - All of the above

46

Officers are authorized to detain and release undocumented persons to DHS/Border Patrol when contacted under certain criminal situations: (6.18-VI)
a. A drop house or building being utilized as a transfer/holding facility for persons engaged in smuggling undocumented persons.
b. Load vehicles engaged in smuggling undocumented persons
c. A drug house or building being used to facilitate narcotics trafficking.
d. both A and C
e. All the above.

E - All the above

47

Officers are generally prohibited from transporting detained undocumented persons to a police facility for the sole purpose of releasing them to DHS/Border Patrol. (6.18-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True

48

Regardless of immigration status, if after an investigation it is determined a person is not involved in a criminal activity unrelated to immigration status the person should be released. (6.18-IV)
a. True
b. False

A - True