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Officers operating emergency vehicles must exercise sound judgment carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1)Time of day and day of week
2)Lighting conditions
3)Volume of traffic both pedestrian and vehicular
4)Type of roadway
5)Condition of the roadway
6) weather conditions
7) condition of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
8) speeds of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
9) distance to be covered
10)
11)

10) types of traffic control signals or devices
11) School zones or areas where large crowds gather

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Officers operating emergency vehicles must exercise sound judgment carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1)
2)
3)Volume of traffic both pedestrian and vehicular
4)Type of roadway
5)Condition of the roadway
6) weather conditions
7) condition of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
8) speeds of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
9) distance to be covered
10) types of traffic control signals or devices
11) School zones or areas where large crowds gather

1) Time of day and day of week
2)lighting conditions

3

Officers operating emergency vehicles must exercise sound judgment carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1)Time of day and day of week
2)Lighting conditions
3)
4)
5)
6) weather conditions
7) condition of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
8) speeds of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
9) distance to be covered
10) types of traffic control signals or devices
11) School zones or areas where large crowds gather

3) volume of traffic both pedestrian and vehicular
4) type of roadway
5) condition of the roadway

4

Officers operating emergency vehicles must exercise sound judgment carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1)Time of day and day of week
2)Lighting conditions
3)Volume of traffic both pedestrian and vehicular
4)Type of roadway
5)Condition of the roadway
6)
7) condition of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
8) speeds of the emergency vehicle and fleeing vehicle
9)
10) types of traffic control signals or devices
11) School zones or areas where large crowds gather

6)Weather conditions
9) distance to be covered

5

In regards to emergency vehicle response and foot pursuit officers will not drive emergency vehicles the wrong way on
1) expressway
2)expressway exit
3) entrance ramp
4)
5) or any other street or highway designated for--------

4)Divided highway
5)One-way traffic

6

In regards to emergency vehicle response and foot pursuit officers will not drive emergency vehicles the wrong way on
1)
2)
3)
4)divided highway
5) or any other street or highway designated for one-way traffic

1)Expressway
2)expressway exit
3) entrance ramp

7

T or F
Only emergency vehicles will be utilized for emergency operations

True

8

In regards to responding to emergency calls, an authorization for code2 or code 3 emergency response:
officers are authorized to make these codes only when --—---- or with-------

Assigned by the dispatcher or with the verbal on air supervisory approval

9

In regards to responding to emergency calls as it pertains to authorization for code 2 or code 3 emergency response, If information becomes available which changes the status of a response from Code 2 or code 3 to code 1 all officers assigned shall – – – – and – – – –

Verbally acknowledge the change and immediately slow down to a code one response

10

For officers authorized to respond to code 2 or code 3 emergency calls they may utilize emergency vehicles for emergency operations provided the posted speed limit is not exceeded by more than – – – on code 2 calls

10 mph

11

In regards to foot pursuits, officers must exercise sound judgment and carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1)
2). Presence of weapons on suspect
3)
4) Number of suspects
5) amount of support for officers
6) terrain and physical barriers
7) physical condition of the officer
8) is the I D of the suspect known
9) presence of cover and concealment

1) nature of offense committed
3) location and time of day/night

12

In regards to foot pursuits, officers must exercise sound judgment and carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1) nature of offense committed
2).
3) location and time of day/night
4)
5) amount of support for officers
6) terrain and physical barriers
7) physical condition of the officer
8) is the I D of the suspect known
9) presence of cover and concealment

2). Presence of weapons on suspect
4) Number of suspects

13

In regards to foot pursuits, officers must exercise sound judgment and carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1) nature of offense committed
2). Presence of weapons on suspect
3) location and time of day/night
4) Number of suspects
5)
6) terrain and physical barriers
7)
8) is the I D of the suspect known
9) presence of cover and concealment

5) amount of support for officers
7) physical condition of the officer

14

In regards to foot pursuits, officers must exercise sound judgment and carefully consider the facts and weigh the seriousness of the offense against the consequences of jeopardizing the safety of others by continually evaluating the following existing environmental factors:
1) nature of offense committed
2). Presence of weapons on suspect
3) location and time of day/night
4) Number of suspects
5) amount of support for officers
6)
7) physical condition of the officer
8)
9)

6) terrain and physical barriers
8) is the ID of the suspect known
9) presence of cover and concealment

15

While engaged in a foot pursuit officers should as soon as safe to do so update the dispatcher with the following information as available:
1) present location
2)
3) Number of suspects/description
4)
5) nature of offense of incident
6)

2) Direction of flight
4) Presence of weapons
6)Consider what additional resources are needed

16

While engaged in a foot pursuit officers should as soon as safe to do so update the dispatcher with the following information as available:
1)
2)direction of flight
3)
4) presence of weapons
5) nature of offense of incident
6). Consider what additional resources are needed

1). Present location
3) Number of suspects/description

17

While engaged in a foot pursuit officers should as soon as safe to do so update the dispatcher with the following information as available:
1) present location
2)direction of flight
3) Number of suspects/description
4) presence of weapons
5)
6). Consider what additional resources are needed

5) nature of offense of incident