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DPT ORDER 13-27- RDT (11/21/2013)
The command will retain the original RDT for how long?

NINETY (90) DAYS

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DPT ORDER 13-30 - DNA MOUTH SWAB CONSENT FORM (12/17/2013)
Effective January 1, 2014, What will be required when collecting DNA from a subject who is not being arrested for a felony, is not a 4th waiver subject, or who is not a victim of a sexual assault?

CONSENT FORM

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DPT ORDER 13-30 - DNA MOUTH SWAB CONSENT FORM (12/17/2013)
The DNA Consent Form will separate what two consent given in regards to the DNA mouth swabs?

1. Consent to DNS mouth swab for the purposes of the current investigation only.
2. Consent to allow the sample to be entered into the local database.

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DPT ORDER 14-03 - USE OF X-26 TASERS (02/26/2014)
Officers shall conduct a daily spark test to ensure the devices are in proper operating condition. There should be a delay between the trigger pull and the first spark. True or False?

FALSE - If the spark does not occur immediately upon full compression of the trigger, the device may be unreliable.

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DPT ORDER 14-03 - USE OF X-26 TASERS (02/26/2014)
X-26 and X-26P TASER cartridges have expiration dates of how many years after the date of manufacture.

FIVE (5)

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DPT ORDER 14-13 - SB 719 PURSUIT TRAINING (06/12/14)
Senate Bill (SB) 719 (Romero and Margett) was signed into law. This law, which went into effect January 1, 2006, requires law enforcement agencies to establish pursuit
policies, and continually provide pursuit training to their officers how often?

Annual

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DPT ORDER 14-14 - SW FOR CELL PHONES (06/26/14)
A warrantless search of a cell phone was lawful incident to an arrest, if the cell phone was immediately associated with the arrestee’s person. True or False?

FALSE - U.S. Supreme Court decided that a search incident to arrest does not allow officers to search the data and other contents of a cell phone. Digital data stored on a cell phone cannot itself be used as a weapon to harm an arresting officer or to effectuate the arrestee’s escape.

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DPT ORDER 14-14 - SW FOR CELL PHONES (06/26/14)
Officers concerned about encryption can leave a phone powered on and place it in an enclosure that isolates the
phone from radio waves; such devices are commonly called what?

“Faraday bags.”

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DPT ORDER 14-14 - SW FOR CELL PHONES (06/26/14)
Fact specific cases may allow officers to search the contents of a cell phone without a warrant, under the exigent circumstances exception. True or False?

TRUE - a suspect texting an accomplice who, it is feared, is preparing to detonate a bomb, or a child abductor who may have information about the child’s location on his cell phone. Such fact-specific threats may justify a warrantless search.

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DPT ORDER 14-14 - SW FOR CELL PHONES (06/26/14)
Can an arrestee's cell phone be searched without a warrant if he's a Fourth waiver?

YES - Exceptions are Fourth waivers, consent, and exigent circumstances.

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DPT ORDER 14-16 - PUBLIC INEBRIANTS (08/17/2014)
To help make the transaction go smoothly, the arresting officer should assist Volunteers of America (VOA) personnel facilitate the collection of the fee ($35). T or F?

FALSE -

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DPT ORDER 14-16 - PUBLIC INEBRIANTS (08/17/2014)
What shall be shown to the Watch Commander before the individual arrested for Drunk in Public is taken to County Jail.

All Sobering Center “rejection notices.”

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DPT ORDER 14-23 - PINGING OF CELL PHONES – USE ON THE AIR (11/25/2014)
The phraseology “ping” or “pinging a cell phone” or “tracing a cell phone” – or any similar phrase will no longer be used over the air. How will information regarding the tracking of a cell phone will be communicated?

Via phone or MCT only

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DPT ORDER 14-23 - PINGING OF CELL PHONES – USE ON THE AIR (11/25/2014)
When dispatchers and/or officer don't want the information to be aired over the radio, how will the information be typed in the MCT?

The information shall be encased in double parentheses (( )) to alert the radio dispatcher and officers not to air that information.

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DPT ORDER 15-01 - SOCIAL MEDIA (01/06/2015)
The San Diego Police Department currently uses three primary forms of social media:

Facebook,
Twitter
Nextdoor.com

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DPT ORDER 15-02 - INTERVIEWS MINORS AT SCHOOL (01/06/2015)
Barring exigent circumstances, Department members must obtain parental/guardian consent or a court order prior to interviewing a minor victim, suspect, or witness on public school grounds during school hours. True or False?

TRUE