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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Searches are conducted to recover:

1. Instruments used to commit the crime;
2. Fruits of the crime; and
3. Weapons

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Handcuffing a suspect in the high-risk or prone position should not be attempted by one officer. True or False?

TRUE

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Generally, officers shall handcuff prisoners prior to searching them. True or False?

True

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

If a search of a wallet or purse of a suspect is conducted, a witness officer shall be present. True or False?

False, SHOULD be present.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

A strip search or visual body cavity search may only be conducted with:

Prior written authorization of a supervisor on duty.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

In order to conduct a strip search, there must be reasonable suspicion or probable cause?

Reasonable Suspicion

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

The completed authorization form for strip search does not have to be made available to the person searched upon request. True or False?

False, it must be made available.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

To conduct a physical body cavity search, the officer must:

1. Obtain a Search Warrant (regardless if consent was given).
2. Conducted by a physician, registered nurse, nurse practitioner, licensed vocational nurse, or emergency medical technician level II.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Per 851.5 PC, any person who is arrested and held for more than____ without being booked has the right to make at least________ phone calls.

1. Three hours
2. Three phone calls

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Generally, body cavity search warrants should be limited to dangerous weapons suspected to be secreted in a body cavity. True or False?

TRUE

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

If contraband is suspected, what should the officer do?

Medical clearance shall be obtained and jail staff notified to institute a contraband watch.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

A maximum restrained subject can be transported in a prone position in the backseat. True or False?

False, shall not.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Subjects who have been maximally restrained shall be transported lying sideways across the backseat, and the subject does not have to be seatbelted. True or false?

False, the subject will be seatbelted.

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

All prisoners arrested for ________ or ________ will be fingerprinted. CAL-ID is mandatory regardless of any identification found in possession of the prisoner.

1. Petty theft
2. Misdemeanor weapon charges

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6.01 – HANDCUFFING/RESTRAINING/SEARCHING and TRANSPORTING (05/22/2015)

Prisoners shall be under constant observation and supervision by an officer. Observation by television monitor is sufficient. True or False?

FALSE - Officers must be in close enough proximity to intervene if necessary to ensure safety.

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Arresting or detaining Officer shall be responsible for conducting what type of check on all adults and juveniles?

MA09 and ARJIS (/MOI11)

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

During a "sweep" or any police activity that may result in a large number of arrests, who will act as a liaison with the county jail commander?

The Watch Commander Sgt.

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

OC is allowed on the Gun belt while obtaining fingerprints from suspects. True or False?

TRUE

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

If the alarm is set off when the arrestee walks through the metal detector after booking, the officer must use a hand held metal detector to check the prisoner for contraband. True or False?

TRUE

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

What would deemed appropriate for field booking process?

1. All Juvenile Hall bookings
2. Females w/verifiable ID
3. Males w/verifiable ID

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Prisoners who are booked into County Jail are routinely checked through the Cal-ID system by Intake Deputies. True or False

TRUE

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Cash amounts totaling how much will be verified by the
arresting officer, the prisoner, and the jail intake sergeant?

$500 or more

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

How many beds are available for SDPD misdemeanants at at Las Colinas?

Only 60 beds

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

While at Las Colinas, the female prisoner's purse will be searched by the arresting officer in the presence of a sheriff's deputy. True or False?

True

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Prisoners who are booked into county jail are routinely checked through the CAL-ID system by intake deputies. True or false?

True

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Only who can collect handwriting exemplars taken from prisoners held on "check" charges?

Investigators

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Booking declarations only need to include elements of one of the crimes listed. True or false?

False, elements of all the list of crimes must be included.

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

On 647(F) PC arrest, officers need to indicate whether the charge is ______ or ________. The slip should also state ________ if that is the case.

1. Drunk
2. Drugs
3. Chronic

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

How should the charges be handled when a prisoner is arrested for a local charge and also an out of county charge?

Book on the local charge and place a hold on the out of county charge.

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6.02 – BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

When booking on a speeding violation, indicate the speed of the vehicle and the posted speed limit. For exhibition of speed, indicate whether the violation is over or under ______ MPH.

100 MPH

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

When booking for Auto Theft when the vehicle was stolen in another state, book under 10851 CVC. True or False?

TRUE - Unless a complaint is known to have been filed in the originating state, in which case use 1551.1 PC as the booking charge.

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Whenever possible, 1016s who have a high likelihood of being admitted into a hospital should be transported to where?

UCSD medical center

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

All prisoners being 1148 who require immediate medical treatment, officers shall notify the Field Lieutenant or Watch Commander Sgt. prior to obtaining medical treatment for any prisoners. True or False?

TRUE - Notification may be completed via the MCT, by radio, by telephone, or in person at the Watch Commander's Office.

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Who will be the final authority for determining where officers take prisoners in need of medical treatment?

The watch commander

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6.02 –BOOKING PROCEDURES (03/02/2012)

Prisoners who have been placed in jail and have charges pending shall not be released by authority of any member of the department except:

1. Post bail
2. Court order
3. Served sentence/other legal procedure
4. Upon authorization by the chief of police or his agent

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6.03 – FIELD INTERVIEW (03/28/2014)

If an officer has reasonable suspicion to detain a person, the officer may require the detained individual to identify themselves and to provide identification. True or False?

TRUE - People v. Loudermilk. However, a refusal to identify himself or provide ID does not justify a detention and search based solely on that basis.

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6.03 – FIELD INTERVIEW (03/28/2014)

Information from the FI will remain in the ARJIS system for ____, at which time it will be purged. The information is retained in CRMS for_______.

ONE year
FIVE years

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6.03 – FIELD INTERVIEW (03/28/2014)

The original field interview report is held on file in records division for how long?

Five years

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

An officer is responsible for preparing a crime 1110 when it has been determined a crime was committed, even if the victim does not want an 1110 taken or investigation conducted. True or False?

TRUE

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

What two units will complete crime reports for cases falling within their investigative specialty?

1. Financial crimes unit
2. Metro arson strike team (MAST)

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

In Incident Report only, if a victim's name is not available, what shall be used?

"Miscellaneous Report"

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

When would Incident Only Report (ZZ981153) be completed?

1. Victim unwilling to sign complaint
2. Crime May have occurred, but cannot be positively established
3. Crime has occurred, but insufficient information
4. Victim of the crime is unavailable

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

San Diego Police Department maintains primary responsibility for investigating all sexual assaults and homicides that occur within the City limits, even if they occur on a freeway. True or False?

TRUE

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

Victim officers shall not provide personal identifying information to the reporting officer. True or False?

True

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6.04 – CRIME/INCIDENT REPORT FORMS (09/27/2013)

When officers are involved in a traffic collision off-duty, he shall provide his CDL to the investigating officer. True or False?

True

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

In a two-officer unit, who has the responsibility of ensuring the proper completion of the journal?

The senior officer

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

The entry time must reflect the time the activity occurred, not the time the event is journalized. True or false?

True

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

Not all cases require to have comments entered in the "comments" section of the ODJ mask explaining the disposition code used. True or false?

False, all cases require to have comments entered.

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

Paper journals will be maintained at the command for how long before they get destroyed?

Two years, unless the journal is evidence in an ongoing civil or current criminal case, or for disciplinary purposes.

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

Electronic journals can be accessed in the CAD system for a period up to how long?

15 months

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

After 15 months, electronic journals should be requested through what office?

Tape Research Office

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6.05 – ELECTRONIC OFFICER DAILY JOURNAL (8/30/12)

Sergeants will review journals for the following:

1. Format, completeness, and accuracy
2. Activity related to beat area goals
3. Large blocks of unaccounted time

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6.06 – CRIME SCENE PROTECTION (04/12/2013)

Providing for complete crime scene protection is the responsibility of which officer?

First officer on scene

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6.06 – CRIME SCENE PROTECTION (04/12/2013)

If the crime is of such a magnitude that an immediate investigation by off-duty detectives is warranted, who is to be contacted and given the facts of the case.

The Watch Commander. If justified, the WC will initiate the detective call-back of Centralized Investigations personnel

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6.06 – CRIME SCENE PROTECTION (04/12/2013)

Absence of________, when significant to the case, will also be recorded.

Evidence

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6.06 – CRIME SCENE PROTECTION (04/12/2013)

Witness checks of the immediate area where the crime occurred will be made by, or at the direction of, which officer?

The reporting officer

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6.06 – CRIME SCENE PROTECTION (04/12/2013)

How should losses be reported in vandalism cases?

In the narrative of the report. Vandalism damage and dollar loss estimate must be fully described, itemized, and totaled within the investigation.

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6.07 – LATEN PRINT DOCUMENTATION (07/24/2013)

The automated latent print system is a component of what system?

The Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS).

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6.07 – LATEN PRINT DOCUMENTATION (07/24/2013)

The Automated Latent Print System is a component of the AFIS System and is used to conduct a latent print search under what circumstances?

When "no suspect" has been identified through other means

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6.07 – LATEN PRINT DOCUMENTATION (07/24/2013)

Latent print requests not accompanied by a known exemplar shall list what number?

Booking number, AFIS number, CII or FBI number.

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6.08 – CODE BLUE PROCEDURES (01/18/13)

The term "common carrier" refers to:

1. Taxicabs
2. City transit buses
3. San Diego Trolleys

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6.08 – CODE BLUE PROCEDURES (01/18/13)

In cases where taxicabs are equipped with roof mounted "tent" lights, the code blue lights will be mounted where?

At the front and rear of the "Tent" light.

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6.08 – CODE BLUE PROCEDURES (01/18/13)

What is the term used to designate an urgent request for police assistance from common carriers?

"Code blue"

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6.08 – CODE BLUE PROCEDURES (01/18/13)

Who governs the operation of taxicabs?

The Metropolitan Transportation Services (MTS)

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6.08 – CODE BLUE PROCEDURES (01/18/13)

San Diego trolley Incorporated (SDTI) code compliance personnel are the only SDTI personnel authorized to make custodial arrests. True or False?

True

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

The County will not provide treatment to wildlife. However, they will transport wild animal to an appropriate care facility or provide euthanasia if appropriate. True or False?

True

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

Animal control officers are in the field every day from what time to what time?

From 0600 2230 hours.

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

When may a police officer destroy an animal with his service firearm?

1. Animal is too severely injured
2. It would be more humane
3. Can be done w/complete safety
4. Approval by a supervisor, which is mandated by law.

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

Do officers have discretion in deciding whether or not to turn the deceased animal's body over to the County animal services?

Yes

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

The original "shooting incident report– Euthanasia" report will be sent to Internal Affairs for review. True or false?

True

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6.10 – UNSECURED BUILDINGS

The discovery of unsecured, nonresidential buildings should be an integral part of every police officer's patrol strategy. True or false?

True

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

The sexual assault response team (SART) is comprised of:

1. Law-enforcement
2. Sexual assault examiner
3. Rape crisis advocate

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

Bodily secretions such as semen, blood, and saliva may be detected how long after the incident?

Several days, or longer, after the incident.

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

Independent forensic services (IFS) will provide SART examinations for victims age_______ and older and all suspect examinations.

18 years

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

Generally, SART exams will not be authorized at what hospital unless the victim is injured and transported by paramedics?

Pomerado Hospital

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

If a victim is unconscious or unable to give consent due to impairment, and evidence exists that a sexual assault occurred, what must be obtained before an evidentiary examination can be performed?

Search Warrant

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Which department has the role of "First Responder" with paramedic units?

San Diego Fire-Rescue Department

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Who dispatches private ambulances in appropriate instances?

The Fire-Rescue Department

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

When medical aid is needed, officers should notify communications division of the following:

1. Victim's approximate age
2. Victim's chief complaint
3. If the victim is breathing
4. If the victim is conscious
5. The number of victims
7. If extrication is needed

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Field personnel up to the rank of ________, including Reserves, will carry a Department-approved disposable CPR mask while in the field.

Sergeant

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Officers should NOT instruct paramedics or private ambulance attendants to take a patient to any specific hospital. Ture or False?

TRUE

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Patients with suspected or known cases involving cardiovascular ailments, asthma, or respiratory depression will not be transported in a police vehicle.

True

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Police vehicle can be used for transporting non-emergency patients who can be safely moved without an ambulance. Ture or False?

True

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

If parent or guardian cannot be located or objects to
medical treatment, who can the hospital contact to obtain consent?

Polinsky Center to obtain consent from Juvenile Probation personnel.

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

A suspect’s medical condition and the potential for medical treatment should not be considered when determining whether or not to arrest a subject. True or False?

True

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Costs associated with providing medical care to an arrested person are not the responsibility of the City
prior to___________.

Booking

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6.12 – PARAMEDIC PROCEDURES (06/12/2015)

Unless external trauma is evident indicating a possible crime, stillborn fetuses should be transported to the hospital with whom?

The mother - In cases involving a possible crime, the scene should be preserved and the Homicide Unit contacted.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

In most other instances, during the TRU’s operational hours, 0700-2200, an officer will call the victim back and take the report over the phone. True or False

True

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

All American automobiles manufactured in 1955, and thereafter, are identified by the VIN, which is usually located where?

On the door post

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Beginning with ______ models, the VIN is located on the dashboard, visible through the windshield.

1968

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Motorcycles are identified by what number?

Frame number

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Whenever a citizen contacts any Department member and requests a VIN verification, the member should verify it for the citizen. True or False?

FALSE - That citizen should be referred to the Auto Theft Unit at Headquarters or to the Southern Division Auto Theft team.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Beginning with the __________, Harley Davidson motorcycles are also identified by the frame number.

1970 models

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

In stolen Construction Vehicle cases,Officers will write _______________at the top of the auto theft report. All other auto theft procedures will be followed.

"CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE"

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

The CF number on a boat is its California Department of Motor (DMV) ________ number.

License plate

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

If there are no identification numbers, officers will still take the report on an auto theft case following what procedure?

The “Incident Only Report” procedures

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

If an officer is assigned to take a report involving a cargo theft, how will he handle the report?

Separate vehicle theft reports for the tractor and for the trailer are required.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

If the driver of a tractor trailer does not know the license plate or VIN of the trailer, what number should the officer use?

Officers should not accept a company trailer ID number as a replacement for the VIN. If the ID numbers are unknown, officers will still take the report on an auto theft case following the “Incident Only Report” procedures outlined in this procedure.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Once the report has been completed by the field unit or TRU, they will call Records to obtain a case number, which will be recorded on the stolen report. True or False?

False, call Teletype

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

If the victim is reporting other property stolen that was inside the vehicle (i.e. cell phones or other valuables), the reporting officer shall list the property in the narrative. True or False?

False, complete an additional property form (ARJIS-4) and attach it to the report.

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6.14 - CODE-7 (03/21/2014)

Officers are NOT allowed Code Seven at the beginning or end of their shift. True or False.

False - will be allowed Code Seven anytime during their shift with approval from Communications Division.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Officers and supervisors who become involved in a complex auto theft investigation should contact RATT for assistance. True or False?

FALSE - They should contact the on-call Auto Theft investigator, via the Watch Commander’s Office.

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6.15 - RIDE-ALONG PROGRAM (04/25/2014)

The area command's staff shall obtain the interested person's name and inform him that he will be contacted by the service area officer within how long?

Within 14 days

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6.15 - RIDE-ALONG PROGRAM (04/25/2014)

The Ride-Along Program is a powerful tool that enables an officer to work constructively with citizens who live, work, or go to school in the officer's area of responsibility. True or False?

TRUE - some of the best experiences to date have come from ride-alongs in which the citizen has held a negative view towards police officers.

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6.15 - RIDE-ALONG PROGRAM (04/25/2014)

The service area supervisor will assign a ride-along request to an officer within the appropriate service area and ensure that the request is acted upon how long?

Within 14 days of the date of the request.

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6.15 - RIDE-ALONG PROGRAM (04/25/2014)

Each area command will maintain a file of the
original Ride-Along Requests in the Ride-Along Program database for how long?

A minimum of two years from the date of request.

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

Unintentional bites will be classified as ________ or ___________.

“Preventable” or “Not preventable.”

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

The handler shall verbally warn the suspect that the PSD is going to be released. If possible, the handler will give at least ____ warnings in a loud and clear manner.

TWO

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

Who shall make the final decision regarding the deployment of the PSD; Incident commander or K-9 handler?

The canine handler or canine supervisor

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

During contacts involving high-risk persons or vehicle stops, the canine handler and PSD should generally function as a cover unit. True or False?

TRUE

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

If the animal is left unattended,The PSD shall be checked at least once every ______to ensure it is not in distress

Hour

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

In the event of a dog bite, the handler shall notify a K-9 supervisor as soon as possible. The handler shall also report the incident to whom?

Department of Animal Control within 24 hours.

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

In-custody juvenile suspects shall be examined and treated where?

at a designated treatment facility

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

Can a Taser be used to incapacitate a dog?

YES

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6.16 - POLICE SERVICE DOGS (04/04/2014)

Most PSDs will comply with what commands in the event the handler is down?

“In Vaggen” (In Wagon) or say, “In the car.”

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6.18 - ADULT UNDOCUMENTED PERSON (04/18/2014)

It is the policy of the San Diego Police Department that officers shall not make an effort to look for violations of immigration laws. True or False

TRUE

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6.18 - ADULT UNDOCUMENTED PERSON (04/18/2014)

Officers are authorized to release subjects to DHS/Border Patrol if there is no "probable cause" to arrest but there is "reasonable suspicion" criminal activity unrelated to immigration status still exists. True or False?

TRUE

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6.18 - ADULT UNDOCUMENTED PERSON (04/18/2014)

Officers are generally prohibited from 1148-ing undocumented persons for the sole purpose of releasing them to DHS/Border Patrol, except when?

If they voluntarily consent in order to complete or further an investigation.

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6.19 - PUBLIC INEBRIATES (08/29/2014)

___________is a collaborative effort designed to maximize the effectiveness of the Sobering Center.

The Serial Inebriate Program (SIP)

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6.19 - PUBLIC INEBRIATES (08/29/2014)

If the offender fails to complete a _______ treatment program, a warrant will be issued and the offender could face up to _______ confinement.

six-month
180 days

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6.19 - PUBLIC INEBRIATES (08/29/2014)

Whenever Sobering Center staff, because of a SIP designation, rejects a subject, the officer will enter the word ________in the “Holds” section of the booking slip.

“CHRONIC” - The Sobering Center rejection form will be reviewed by the Watch Commander and attached to the original arrest report.

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6.19 - PUBLIC INEBRIATES (08/29/2014)

Only ____________have the authority to release Sobering Center clients for being "not intoxicated."

Sergeants and above

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

A process in which the court appoints a conservator to make certain legal decisions (start/stop taking psych meds, accept medical treatment, manage his/her $, and decide where to live) for an individual.

LPS Conservatorship

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

The LPS conservatorship can last for a maximum of:

ONE year at a time, and can be renewed in court at the end of the year (W&I Code § 5361.)

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

What does LPS stand for?

Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS)

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

LPS facilities are hospitals designated by the County of San Diego and approved by the State of California Dept. of Mental Health as a facility for involuntary 72-hour treatment and evaluation. True or False?

TRUE

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

An individual who has been appointed by the court to manage the affairs of a person (designated a conservatee) who is gravely disabled as a result of mental disorder or impairment by chronic alcoholism.

Public Conservator

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

There are how many types of mentally ill persons?

1. Voluntary Cases
2. Uncooperative Non-Emergency Cases
3. Uncooperative Emergency Cases
4. Public Conservatee

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Who may apply for a petition alleging there is a person with a mental illness in need of evaluation?

Welfare and Institutions Code, Section 5201, provides that anyone may

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Generally juveniles shall be transported to where?

Children’s Mental Health Services Emergency Screening Unit.

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

In cases where the adult detainee is uninsured or the officer is unable to determine financial ability, the best facility to transport to is:

San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital (SDCPH), at 3851 Rosecrans Street, San Diego, 92110.

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

In voluntary admittance of persons into an LPS Facility, officers are not responsible for completing any admitting paperwork, but only document the voluntary transport on their journal. True or False?

TRUE

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

An ARJIS-2 (Crime/Incident Report) for the suicide attempt, with a case number, using what code section?

ZZ930000, SUICIDE ATTEMPT

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Officers will be dispatched on walk-a-ways from private institutions. Unless the person requires an emergency detention, officers will not transport the person involuntarily. True or False?

TRUE

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

A public conservator has authority to hospitalize and restrain a public conservatee. True or False?

FALSE - does not have the authority of a peace officer to physically restrain a conservatee

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Officers will not assist private ambulance companies with taking a person into physical custody unless the person requires an emergency detention. True or False?

TRUE

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6.21 - COLLEGE & HARBOR PD ARREST PROCEDURES

Felony "in-custody" cases are transported to investigations sergeant at the appropriate area command within:

ONE day

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6.22 - RELEASING MILITARY PERSONNEL (05/29/2012)

The taking of military personnel into "protective custody" amounts to an arrest and, unless the person wants to be returned to his/her unit, a "protective custody" turnover is unlawful. True or False?

TRUE

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6.22 - RELEASING MILITARY PERSONNEL (05/29/2012)

The military will not accept a "protective custody" turnover unless it is a __________________with the consent of the military personnel detained.

“Voluntary protective custody”

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6.22 - RELEASING MILITARY PERSONNEL (10/04/2013)

Border Shore Patrol will not accept voluntary protective custody turnovers of military personnel arrested where?

Outside the imediate border area.

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Program Administrator - a sergeant who oversees the day-to-day operations must attend the POSTcertified Field Training Supervisors/Administrators/Coordinators course prior to or within________of appointment.

TWELVE months

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

What are the first and foremost priorities throughout the training program?

Officer safety and public interactions

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Which Phase is the first phase a Trainee can be rephased?

Phase III

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Applicants desiring to become FTO must have a minimum of _____ years of patrol experience as a sworn officer with SDPD.

THREE (3)

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

FTOs taking____or more days leave in addition to their normal days off during a trainee assignment period, shall consider themselves “unavailable:” this includes compensatory time off.

THREE

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Officers who accept a specialized assignment over ____ days must transfer out of the FTO program and will be required to reapply when FTO positions become available.

30

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

The Field Training Administration will schedule on-going ______ refresher training for all FTO personnel.

Quarterly

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Specialized assignments over 30 days will remove the FTO from the program; however, long-term Acting Sergeant OCAs is an exception. True or False?

TRUE

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

In most cases, Trainees in violations related to misconduct shall be investigated by:

Internal Affairs

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Any disciplinary action resulting from an investigation into misconduct by a trainee will be handled by the assigned Command or FTO Admin?

FTO Administration

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6.24 - IMPOUNDING GROCERY CARTS (11/23/2011)

What is the primary consideration concerning carts in the public right-of-way?

Is whether they pose a hazard or obstruction to the free use of the right-of-way.

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6.24 - IMPOUNDING GROCERY CARTS (11/23/2011)

Carts may be presumed to be illegally possessed if a merchant has a sign permanently affixed to the carts which:

a. Identifies the owner or retailer;
b. Notifies the public that the unauthorized removal of the cart is a violation of the law; and,
c. Lists a telephone number or address for return of the cart (Business and Professions Code Section 22435.1).

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6.25 - CAL-ID/LIVESCAN SEARCHES (04/18/2014)

The officer must attempt to verify the subject's identity through the Department's criminal history computer systems before requesting a CAL-ID search, utilizing the LiveScan system, or the MI-3 Portable Fingerprint Scanner systems . True or False?

TRUE

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6.25 - CAL-ID/LIVESCAN SEARCHES (04/18/2014)

When utilizing the LiveScan system to identify a subject, call the San Diego Sheriff’s Department CAL-ID Unit at (858) 974-2145 to request what Reference number?

IDN

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6.26 - HATE CRIMES (03/20/2015)

What California Penal Code sections addresses hate crimes?

422.6 and 422.7 PC

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

The electronic tracking systems use miniature radio transmitters to alert Communications and/or field officers prior OR after to the activation of a conventional alarm system?

PRIOR

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

Successful tracks and apprehension of suspects are determined by:

Continued training.

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

Electronic Satellite Pursuit System (3SI/ESP) is used to track:

Money stolen from banks and other
financial institutions.

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

Electronic Satellite Pursuit System (3SI/ESP) and Electronic Tracking Systems (ETS) provide almost real-time, web-based tracking capabilities. T or F?

TRUE

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

When a 3SI/ESP tag has been activated, the Lead Dispatcher will format an incident using the type code:

“211SPEC.”

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

A 3SI/ESP tag activation may be received by the Communications from the ESP Tracker Tool. Field officers will not receive any signal. True or False?

TRUE

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

When the 3SI/ESP Tracker Tool alerts the Communications of an activation, Lead Dispatcher will then broadcast the “211SPEC" on:

ROBBERY and the activation will then be broadcast to the
appropriate division where the tag has been activated to notify field officers.

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

Operational talkgroup dispatcher and the responding units shall treat the 3SI/ESP activation as a:

211 Alarm.

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

If the 3SI/ESP Tracker Tool indicates the tag is mobile, the tag will be referred to as:

“SUSPECT ZERO.”

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

Who would have access to handheld 3SI/ESP tracking devices?

Field Lieutenants and Robbery personnel

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

When an ETS tag has been activated,the designation ________ will be broadcast Citywide.

"211ECHO"

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

An ETS tag activation may be received by Communications or from field officers. T or F?

TRUE

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)

ETS tracking units will allow the suspect(s) and/or suspect vehicle(s) to make ____ distinct moves before initiating a stop.

THREE (3)

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6.27 - ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES (08/22/2014)
The use of at least ____ trackers will help prevent the stop on an innocent bystander.

TWO (2)

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

A statutory scheme (W&I 5000 et seq.) aimed at ending inappropriate, indefinite, and involuntary commitment of mentally disordered persons is known as:

Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) Act of 1967

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

San Diego police officers who have completed the PERT Academy.

PERT Officers (PT2)

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

SDPD Officers who have completed the minimum requirement to participate in the PERT program, a four-hour PERT Menu Training class.

PERT Officers (PT1)

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

The information on a "PERT Referral Form" is considered:

CONFIDENTIAL

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

Under some circumstances, may PERT be called to assist other county jurisdictions?

YES

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6.29 - ESCAPED ANIMALS FROM THE ZOO (08/08/14)

What is the Zoo and Zoo Safari Park’s policy in regards to carnivorous animal that escapes
the outer boundaries of the park?

“shoot to kill”

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6.29 - ESCAPED ANIMALS FROM THE ZOO (08/08/2014)

What is the Zoo and Zoo Safari Park’s policy in regards to carnivorous animal that escapes the outer boundaries of the park?

“Shoot to kill”

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6.30 - DEATH INVESTIGATION REPORTING (02/10/2012)

The purpose of a death investigation is to determine if death was:

Criminal,
Non-criminal
Suicide.

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6.30 - DEATH INVESTIGATION REPORTING (02/10/2012)

Appropriate Crime Case Codes for death and suicide:

a. Death – 920000
b. Suicide – 921000

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6.30 - DEATH INVESTIGATION REPORTING (02/10/2012)

Officers will not indicate the direct cause of death on the Death Supplemental. Each death will be categorized as:

1. Traumatic
2. Apparently Natural
3. Undetermined

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6.30 - DEATH INVESTIGATION REPORTING (02/10/2012)

All impound information (i.e. Barcode, etc.) and work copies of all photographs (i.e. copy of photo disks) shall be forwarded to what unit?

Adult Missing Persons

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

Officers, animal control officers, and humane society officers to convey all injured cats and dogs found without their owners in a public place directly to a veterinarian for emergency treatment. True or False?

TRUE

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6.30 - DEATH INVESTIGATION REPORTING (02/10/2012)

In cases where a doctor has seen the decedent within ___ days of death, the doctor will often sign a death certificate and waive the requirement of an autopsy.

TWENTY (20)

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6.09 - HANDLING INJURED ANIMALS (11/27/12)

The County will provide treatment and/or euthanasia to injured cats and dogs on a twenty-four hour basis. True or False?

TRUE

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6.10 – UNSECURED BUILDINGS (06/12/2015)

If a City building is found unsecured, officers are call for Facilities Maintenance Division to come and secure it. However, if no one from Facilities can be contacted, officers can use a private contactor. True or False?

FALSE - Private contractors SHALL NOT be used.

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

Suspects cannot refuse a SART exam. The SART can be done on the suspect on a “search incident to arrest” theory to prevent destruction of evidence of victim's
DNA and fluids. True or False?

TRUE

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6.11 – SART for VICTIMS/SUSPECTS (1/3/14)

“States may not require a victim of sexual assault to participate in the criminal justice system or cooperate with law enforcement in order to be provided with a forensic medical exam, reimbursed for charges incurred on account of such an exam, or both.” True or False?

TRUE - Per the Federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) of 2005.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

Vehicles reported stolen from military installations will be handled by SDPD since the military does not have access to CLETS. True or False?

FALSE - It will be handled by military investigation units.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

The complainant making the auto theft report must be the owner of the vehicle. True or False?

FALSE - The complainant must have had legal possession of the vehicle immediately prior to the theft.

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6.13 - AUTO THEFT PROCEDURES (06/24/2015)

If the complainant loaned the vehicle to another person, he or she shall be directed to contact whom prior to the auto theft report can be taken?

An auto theft investigator

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

If the person experiencing a mental health crisis is
contacted outside the home and the firearms are inside the home, can officers enter the home to retrieve the firearms?

Officers must have consent or exigent circumstances to enter the home to search for weapons (unsupervised child inside the home; initial 911 call stated that suspect threatening to harm others in the house; etc.) Alternatively, officers may obtain a search warrant

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Information about the “historical course of the person’s mental disorder” includes:

1 ) Evidence by someone who has provided or is providing care or services to the person,
2) Evidence presented by family members, and
3) Evidence presented by the person himself

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

In a Voluntary Non-emergency Cases, what paperwork must the officer complete?

Officers only need verbally communicate to hospital staff the circumstances of why the individual is a voluntary

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

A call regarding a possible 5150 by itself, with no other
information, does not meet the legal requirements of exigent circumstances or community caretaking. True or False?

TRUE

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6.20 - MENTAL HEALTH PROCEDURES (05/06/2015)

Officers are not required to complete mental health reports when the LPS facility is receiving the patient from a medical professional, and prior arrangements have been made. True or False?

TRUE - However, officers shall complete a San Diego Police "Detention Only."

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6.23 - FIELD TRAINING PROCEDURE (10/04/2013)

Field Training Administration Office -unit of the Training Division that operates as a part of what office?

Training and Volunteer Services

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6.24 - IMPOUNDING GROCERY CARTS (11/23/2011)

Private property should NOT normally be entered to seize carts, unless a request to do so is made by whom?

The lawful possessor of the property, or probable cause exists to believe a separate violation of the law is occurring.

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6.24 - IMPOUNDING GROCERY CARTS (11/23/2011)

Shopping cart abatement in the downtown area is a shared responsibility of the Environmental Services Department, shopping cart retrieval agencies, and who else?

The Clean and Safe Program.

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6.25 - CAL-ID/LIVESCAN SEARCHES (04/18/2014)

A system used for the electronic submission of fingerprints to the County database, managed by the San Diego Sheriff, and the Department of Justice (DOJ) database for comparison and an automated background check.

LiveScan

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6.25 - CAL-ID/LIVESCAN SEARCHES (04/18/2014)

A portable system used for the electronic submission
of fingerprints to the County database, managed by the San Diego Sheriff, and the Department of Justice (DOJ) database

MI-3 Portable Fingerprint Scanner

200

6.25 - CAL-ID/LIVESCAN SEARCHES (04/18/2014)

Results for using the MI-3 Portable Fingerprint Scanner can be as quickly as how long?

Results will be available within 90 seconds

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6.26 - HATE CRIMES (03/20/2015)

Hate crimes because of gender. What else does gender include?

Gender identity and gender expression

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

In addition to remaining on scene with the PERT clinician, for the reason of safety, the officers are expected to be involved with the final disposition of the contact with the 5150 subject. True or False?

TRUE

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

May officers request PERT Unit assistance and use their resources without PERT clinicians being on-site.

YES - PERT units (PT 1 and PT 2) are expected to utilize their additional training to assist fellow officers.

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6.28 - P.E.R.T. (11/22/2013)

In most cases, PERT units will transport detained mental health individuals. The officer will be responsible for all safety issues and the clinician will maintain observation of the detained individual. True or False?

TRUE - The PERT unit may request a two-officer unit to transport detained individuals. The decision to request additional officer(s) rests with the PERT officer.

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6.33 - WC and FIELD LT. NOTIFICATIONS (09/25/2014)

Field Lieutenants respond to incidents in the field, manage critical incidents and personnel resources, and perform the role of_____________.

Risk Manager

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6.33 - WC and FIELD LT. NOTIFICATIONS (09/25/2014)

The Watch Commander’s Office has access to the distribution of information to the media. The information sources include an email distribution, Nixle.com, and Twitter. True or False?

TRUE