Fixed Roadblocks are classified as?
Class A and Class B
“Pre-Event Recording” will capture?
Files that are not marked as evidence will be purged after 90 days:
- Acc (Accident) – 90 days
- Emer Resp (Emergency Response) – 90 days
- Mot Assist (Motorist Assist) – 90 days
- 0 (Non-Police Action) – 90 days
- Traffic (Routine Traffic) – 90 days
- TA (Transport) – 90 days
Files that are not marked as evidence will be purged after 1 year and 1 day:
- DOM (Domestic) – 1 year + 1 day
- DUI – 1 year + 1 day
- FEL (Felony Arrest) – 1 year + 1 day
- Field Ob (Field Observation / Investigation) – 1 year + 1 day
- AR (Misdemeanor Arrest) – 1 year + 1 day
- PR (Pursuit) – 1 year + 1 day
- Force (Use of Force) – 1 year + 1 day
How often should a supervisor check MDVR?
At least one time per week, a shift sergeant or his/her designated supervisor will open the Digital Video Management Solution (DVMS) software and review an appropriate sampling of videos from each deputy under his/her supervision.
Thereafter, 12 hours of motorcycle operation in-service must be satisfactorily completed annually in order to maintain certification.
Bike unit also has to complete 80 hour class
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is committed to the development of and/or participation with programs designed to prevent and control juvenile delinquency. The following is a list of juvenile programs in which the Sheriff’s Office participates:
School Liaison Program; Boys and Girls Club of Southern Maryland; CCSO Explorers Post; Camp Cops; and Junior Police Academy
The following non-criminal incidents shall be documented by completing a Case Report:
Petition for Emergency Evaluation applied for by a deputy Found property Recovered stolen property (If outside agency took initial report) Industrial accident Lost property Drug overdose Attempted Suicide Suicide & other death investigations
Reports which may be handled by telephone include:
- Minor assaults with no injuries
- Malicious destruction of property
- Trespassing when the suspect is not on the scene
- Identity theft
- Telephone misuse
- Unauthorized use of motor vehicle/stolen vehicle
- Runaway or missing persons – no critical factors present
- Lost or found property
- Supplemental information to previous report
Radio transmissions at the control center are held for how many days?
The Maryland Uniform Criminal Citation (DC/CR 45) is used for charging adults (18 years of age and older) with petty offenses. A petty offense is defined as any violation of state, county, or local ordinance for which the penalty does not exceed imprisonment for more than?
three (3) months and/or a fine of $500.
Collect the fee for service. Do not collect a fee for deputies summoned in criminal orDV cases.
- $40 for cases filed in Maryland
- $60 for cases filed out of state
- Cash or check made payable to “Sheriff, Calvert County”
On request of the Respondent who is not otherwise prohibited from possessing firearms and/or ammunition, the Agency shall return the firearms and/or ammunition to the Respondent no later than:
a. 14 days after the expiration of an Interim or Temporary Order;
b. 14 days after the court terminates a Final Order; or
c. 48 hours after the expiration of the Final Order.
Within____ hours after service of the Order, officers shall electronically notify the
Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services of the service using an
electronic system approved and provided by the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
What is a final ERPO?
Final ERPO means: after a hearing on a petition for the issuance of a Final ERPO, an Order may be issued by a District Court judge requiring the Respondent to surrender to law enforcement authorities any firearms and ammunition in the Respondent’s possession;
What’s a temporary ERPO?
Temporary ERPO means: when the District Court is open, a Petitioner can file a
petition with the District Court for the issuance of an ERPO
What’s an interim ERPO?
Interim ERPO means: when the District Court is closed, the Petitioner can file a petition with the court commissioner for an Order and the court commissioner can issue an Order.
Every______ years a CCSO employee designated by the Sheriff or the Assistant Sheriff will complete a report describing the attitudes and opinions of citizens within the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office service area.
In addition, when not deployed during any______week time period, the Commander will cause the vehicle to be operated for at least_____ minutes and conduct a routine check of its equipment for operational readiness. In addition to completion of the monthly vehicle inspection sheets, a log will be maintained in the MCV to record all inspections, inventories and maintenance.
2 week and 20 mins
The incident commander will recommend a safe location for the MCV to be set up, although it will ultimately be the driver’s prerogative. Consideration must be given to the fact that the MCV’s overall length is_____ feet and its height is___ feet___ inches.
41 feet long 13 feet 6 inches height
The below list of recommended penalties for vehicle crashes occurring within a____year period are options for consideration, and are not all inclusive when making a final decision
All documents pertaining to departmental accidents are to be submitted within____ days of the date of the accident, unless unique circumstances exist
Within______ days of the accident any non-probationary CCSO employee, who is involved in an accident while operating an Agency vehicle that meets the criteria of 13-200, will submit an electronic Detailed Report of the circumstances of the accident to the investigating supervisor
An Accident Report will not be completed if the driver of the other vehicle intentionally strikes an Agency vehicle or deputy. Criminal charges will be placed against the other driver.
An Accident Report will not be completed when a deputy performs a PIT maneuver on a suspect vehicle.
During the months of____ through_____, employees may use the wash bay at the County’s Fleet Maintenance facility once per month to wash their assigned Agency vehicle, and twice per month during____ through______.
April and October/ November and March.
Take home car program:
The deputy fails to satisfactorily improve performance in the following consecutive month, or the deputy has been verbally counseled for unsatisfactory performance twice within a six month period.
First suspension – maximum of 15 days suspension of privilege
- Second suspension – maximum of 30 days suspension of privilege
- Third suspension – maximum of 90 days suspension of privilege
- Fourth and subsequent suspensions – maximum permanent loss of privilege
Employees, who reside within the _____-mile boundary outside of the Calvert County line, will not use their police vehicles in an “off-duty” capacity in another county.
The rules for the use of safety equipment in transporting children in vehicles are as follows:
A. Children_____ years of age or younger will ride in the rear seat of the vehicles
B. Infants must always be placed in rear-facing seats until they are at least____ year old and 20-22 lbs. Children may ride rear facing in many seats up to 35 lbs.
C. Once children are forward facing, they must ride in a forward-facing seat until they reach approximately 40 lbs. and are four years of age.
Children who have outgrown child safety seats must be properly restrained in booster seats until at least_____ years old, or 4’9” tall.
12 years old, 1 years old, 8 years old