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1.01 - DEPARTMENT DIRECTIVES

How long is a department order good for?

It is a written directive requiring compliance by all members of the department for a period of two years.

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1.01 - DEPARTMENT DIRECTIVES

Who and How often are department procedures reviewed and revised?

The originating division every three years, or as necessary

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1.01 - DEPARTMENT DIRECTIVES

All department members must access and read their department emails weekly, except when?

While on approved leave.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

A police vehicle shall not be used in a pursuit unless the vehicle is equipped with what?

Emergency lights and siren sounding as reasonably necessary.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Officers engaged in a pursuit have a duty to drive with what?

Due regard for the safety of all persons using the highway.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Officers with prisoners or non-law enforcement passengers should not engage in a pursuit unless the offender poses an immediate Life threatening risk to public safety. True or False?

True

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

If a field supervisor orders a pursuit to be terminated, the pursuing officers shall do what?

Shall audibly acknowledge the directive over the radio.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Driving on the wrong side of a divided roadway is generally prohibited, except in the most grievous circumstances when imminent danger to life exists. True or False?

True

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Can the pursuing vehicle drive on the wrong way on freeways?

No, it is strictly prohibited.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Due to the extreme hazards and potential risks for serious injury, police vehicles, generally, may not be used to "box in", "ram," or "bum" suspect vehicles in any pursuit situation. True or False?

TRUE

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

When can a police vehicle be used to perform a pursuit intervention technique maneuver, commonly known as the PIT maneuver?

Shall not under any circumstances.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Can officers continue to trail or follow the suspect after being ordered to terminate the pursuit?

Officers shall not. Officers will return to their assigned service area while obeying all traffic laws.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

In order to terminate the pursuit safely before crossing the border, the pursuit should be terminated where?

1- Siempre Viva for I-905
2- Camino De La Plaza for I-5

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Barricading a roadway must be considered a use of force likely to result in death or serious bodily injury. True or False?

TRUE

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

In a police pursuit report form, the reporting officer shall list up to how many violations for which the suspect driver was arrested or cited for?

Five violations

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

The supervisor should forward the pursuit report form to his commanding officer for approval and signature within how many days of the incident?

Three days

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

Barricading a roadway is strictly prohibited unless approved by a field supervisor, field Lieut., or watch commanders office. True or false?

True

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

The driver officer's name and ID number shall be included in the pursuit report form. True or false?

False only the ID number is required. Officers' names shall not be used.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

The fleet safety Sgt. has how many days to mail the pursuit report form to the California highway patrol?

Within 30 days of the pursuit occurrence.

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

SDPD traffic unit shall conduct the collision investigation of record on all injury, and noninjury traffic collisions resulting from pursuits that occur within the city of San Diego. This includes pursuits initiated by other law enforcement agencies. True or false?

True

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1.03 - PURSUIT PROCEDURES

California vehicle code mandates vehicle pursuit training for all sworn employees, how often?

ANNUALLY

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

What Penal Code section authorizes the use of force?

835a PC

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

What US Supreme Court case acknowledged that the "reasonableness" test in analyzing the use of force is "not capable of precise definition or mechanical application?"

Graham v. Connor

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

Behaviors that consists of a refusal to comply with verbal command and conveys a physical threat to the officer describes what type of resistance?

Active resistance

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

Verbal threats directed at the officers can be considered as assaultive behavior. True or false?

FALSE

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE
Aggressive physical opposition to being physically controlled and conveys a threat of injury to the officer describes what type of behavior?

Assaultive behavior

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE
What does the force matrix illustrate?

The relationship between a subject's actions and the officer's response.

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE
The force matrix is broken down into how many levels?

FIVE

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

The use of a safety control chair is considered use of force, therefore, it must be reported. True or false?

TRUE

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1.04 - USE OF FORCE

Is the use of a restraint car seat consider force?

Yes, therefore it must be reported.