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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 N 1)

Who makes the request for drug paraphernalia to be sent to the lab?



Evidence Manager


State Attorney's Office


Deputy


Narcotics Investigator

State Attorney's Office

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 N 1)

Paraphernalia is not sent to the lab unless requested by the State Attorney's Office

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 I 6)

The employee collecting the evidence shall not sign the release portion of this form unless he/she is authorizing the release of the property.



True


False

True
G.O. 10.1.1 (4 I 6)

The employee collecting the evidence shall not sign the release portion of this form unless he/she is authorizing the release of the property.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 G 3)

When personnel are required to report to the evidence wharehouse facility because of submitting the required amount of money, how long does the individual have to report there?



within 72 hours


by the end of shift


within 48 hours


within 24 hours

Within 48 hours

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 G 3)

Personnel submitting money over $1000.00 shall report to the Evidence Warehouse Facility within forty-eight (48) hours to verify the amount.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2)

Property to be disposed will require a completed Authorization Release Form, which shall be forwarded to Evidence within how many days _______?



14


21


7


15

15

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2)

Property to be disposed will require a completed Authorization Release Form, which shall be forwarded to Evidence within fifteen (15) days.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 a)

Who shall confirm that none of the following prohibits the return of the firearm:

1. Owner is not currently on probation.

2. Owner is not the Respondent in an active Domestic Violence Injunction.

3. Owner is not a convicted felon.

4. Owner has never been convicted of a crime of Domestic Violence.

5. No breach of the peace occurred in the presence of the deputy at the time of the seizure.

6. Firearm was not seized from the owner as a result of a Baker Act.



Forensics Firearm Analyst


deputy or detective


ATF


Evidence Manager

deputy or detective

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 a)

The deputy or detective that handled the case shall confirm that none of the following prohibits the return of the firearm:

1. Owner is not currently on probation.

2. Owner is not the Respondent in an active Domestic Violence Injunction.

3. Owner is not a convicted felon.

4. Owner has never been convicted of a crime of Domestic Violence.

5. No breach of the peace occurred in the presence of the deputy at the time of the seizure.

6. Firearm was not seized from the owner as a result of a Baker Act.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 K 1)

Fireworks can be submitted into evidence.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 K 1)

Explosives, including fireworks, will not be accepted and are the responsibility of the Hazardous Device Team.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 2)

Who is responsible for all found, recovered, and evidentiary property in custody of the agency.



Evidence Tech


Evidence manager


Deputy


Investigator

Evidence manager

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 2)

The Evidence manager is the custodian and shall be responsible for all found, recovered, and evidentiary property in custody of the agency. The manager shall conduct semi-annual inspections to confirm adherence to procedures for the control and storage of property.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1 e)

Who shall complete the Authorization for Release of Property Form and/or Authorization for Release of Firearm to Owner Form when the employee who prepared the original property form or the assigned detective is not immediately available or is no longer employed?



Sector Commander


Evidence Tech


the employee's last supervisor


Evidence Manager

the employee's last supervisor

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1 e)

When the employee who prepared the original property form or the assigned detective is not immediately available to complete the Authorization for Release of Property Form and/or Authorization for Release of Firearm to Owner Form, or is no longer employed, the employee's last supervisor will prepare the appropriate form(s) after diligently determining if the property can be released.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 5)

When submitting clasp or folding knives they will be taped closed



True


False

True

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 5)

Edges of knives and other sharp instruments shall be packaged as follows:

a. When collected for laboratory analysis, the sharp edges or points must be covered so as not to contaminate or disturb the evidence.

b. Small knives should be placed into safety tubes.

c. Knives too large for safety tubes must be boxed or wrapped in cardboard.

d. Clasp or folding knives will be taped closed

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 10)

Electronic Field Activity Reports shall be completed on firearms and routed to ___________.



Evidence manager


Forensic Firearm Analyst


FDLE Firearms Section


Crime Analysis Unit

Crime Analysis Unit

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 10)

Electronic Field Activity Reports shall be completed on firearms and routed to the Crime Analysis Unit. Printed FARs should not be attached to the firearms box.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 D 1)

Security risk items, such as money, precious metals, jewelry, gemstones, weapons, narcotics and dangerous drugs, can be packaged with other evidence.



True


False

False --- Correct

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 D 1)

Security risk items will be packaged separately and include, but are not limited to:

a. Money

b. Precious metals

c. Jewelry

d. Gemstones

e. Weapons

f. Narcotics

g. Dangerous drugs

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 14)

Loaded firearms may be placed in evidence lockers under exigent circumstances



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 14)

Loaded firearms shall not be placed in evidence lockers under any circumstances. The Forensic Unit or on-call Crime Scene Investigator shall be contacted to make arrangements to collect/transport the firearm.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 d)

If a firearm is seized with or without a search warrant, by a deputy who witnesses a breach of the peace by the suspect, the firearm may only be returned pursuant to an order of a trial court judge. Note: a breach of the peach shall generally require behavior which creates a reasonable fear of possible injury to any person or the public at large.



True


False

True --- Correct

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 d)

If a firearm is seized with or without a search warrant, by a deputy who witnesses a breach of the peace by the suspect, the firearm may only be returned pursuant to an order of a trial court judge. Note: a breach of the peach shall generally require behavior which creates a reasonable fear of possible injury to any person or the public at large.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 O 2 b 2)

If it is a property related crime, the Working Copy of Surveillance Video Image Lab envelope shall be directly deposited into the sector evidence locker or other designated evidence collection area.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 O 2 b 2)

If it is a property related crime, the Image Lab envelope shall be deposited into the sector property detective locker. Once the video is reviewed by the property detective, it shall be deposited into the evidence locker.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 6 b)

Controlled substances shall not be temporarily signed out for the purpose of training or investigation.



True


False

True --- Correct

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 6 b)

Controlled substances shall not be temporarily signed out for the purpose of training or investigation.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 O 2 b 2)

If an arrest is made or it is a non-property related crime, the Image Lab envelope shall be directly deposited into the sector evidence locker or other designated evidence collection area.



True


False

True --- Correct

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 O 2 b 2)

If an arrest is made or it is a non-property related crime, the Image Lab envelope shall be directly deposited into the sector evidence locker or other designated evidence collection area.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1 k)

Who will complete the disposition of explosives?



ATF


Deputy


Hazardous Device Team


Evidence Manager

Hazardous Device Team

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1 k)

Actual disposition of explosives will be completed by the Hazardous Device Team.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 1)

When shall all property/evidence, including digital storage media, coming into a deputy’s custody shall be turned in?



Within 7 days


As soon as possible


By the end of shift


Any time prior to days off

As soon as possible

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 1)

All property/evidence, including digital storage media, coming into a deputy’s custody shall be turned in, complete with all proper documentation, as soon as possible after being received by the deputy.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 P 1)

A photograph of stolen property may not be used as evidence in lieu of the actual property.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 P 1)

A photograph of stolen property may be used as evidence in lieu of the actual property.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 6)

Secure refrigerated storage is available only at the primary property/Evidence storage facility at 4536 35th Street.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 6)

Secure refrigerated storage is available in the Sector IV substation. Secure refrigerated storage is also available in Criminal Investigations and at the Sexual Assault Treatment Facility for sexual assault evidence.

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any material objects, documentation, and/or verbal statements which
may be related to a crime or designated as such by a member of law enforcement
that may assist in ascertaining the truth of a matter or furnishes proof of a fact.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Evidence

G.O. 10.1.1 (3A )

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non-evidentiary property that has been determined to be lost or abandoned, and is not known or suspected to be connected with a criminal offense.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Found Property

G.O. 10.1.1 (3B )

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non-evidentiary property that is being held for temporary protection

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Recovered Property

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 C )

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a procedure for expediting the handling of illegal drugs by the F.D.L.E. lab.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Fast Tracking Request

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 D )

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a computer imaging network, comparing firearms’ ballistics and shell casings with unsolved case files.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 E )

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non-evidentiary property taken by a law enforcement officer for temporary storage and may be released to an owner at a later date.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Safekeeping Property

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 F )

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a computer workstation that enables direct upload of evidentiary photographic images to the Digital Crime Scene (DCS) server.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Dataworks Kiosk

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 G )

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Any memory device on which a digital image is written to and stored

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Digital Storage Media

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 H )

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original video imaging of a crime captured and recorded to a CD/DVD, VHS tape, USB drive or other type of recording media that is taken into
custody as physical evidence.

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Surveillance Video

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 I )

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a CD/DVD duplication of the original surveillance video of a crime recorded to a CD/DVD or other recording media

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Working Copy

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 J )

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receptacle/locker used by the general
public to safely deposit and dispose of unwanted or expired household medications,
including prescriptions, over the counter drugs and unused pharmaceuticals in a
safe, secure and environmentally friendly method

Evidence
Found Property
Recovered Property
Fast Tracking Request
National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN)
Safekeeping Property
Dataworks Kiosk
Digital Storage Media
Surveillance Video
Working Copy
Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

Prescription Drug Collection Receptacle

G.O. 10.1.1 (3 )

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 L 1)

Perishable food items will be accepted for storage.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 L 1 )

Perishable food items will not be accepted for storage. A Property Form will be issued to the owner whenever possible. A photograph of the food item(s) will be taken, packaged, submitted for evidence.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 c)

Firearms seized as a result of a Baker Act may not be released until the claimant provides the Deputy with a letter from a physician, on the doctor’s letterhead, advising that the claimant is competent to possess a firearm in accordance with Florida Statute 790.17.



True


False

True

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 c)

Firearms seized as a result of a Baker Act may not be released until the claimant provides the Deputy with a letter from a physician, on the doctor’s letterhead, advising that the claimant is competent to possess a firearm in accordance with Florida Statute 790.17.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 G 3)

Personnel are required to report to the evidence wharehouse facility after submitting how much money?



$2,000


$8,000


$1,000


$5,000

$1,000

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 G 3)

Personnel submitting money over $1000.00 shall report to the Evidence Warehouse Facility within forty-eight (48) hours to verify the amount.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 1)

A deputy, investigator, or civilian employee collecting property/evidence can retain property/evidence up to their days off.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 A 1)

Under no circumstances shall a deputy, investigator, or civilian employee collecting property/evidence retain property/evidence beyond their tour of duty each day.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 L 2)

Unopened, canned, or jar food items not requiring refrigeration may be accepted for storage.



True


False

True

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 L 2)

Unopened, canned, or jar food items not requiring refrigeration may be accepted for storage.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 6 a)

Seized or forfeited weapons eligible for disposal shall not be temporarily signed out for the purpose of training or investigation.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 6 a)

Weapons

1. Utilization of weapons for the purpose of investigative or training use shall require a written request submitted to the Criminal Investigations Division Commander via the chain of command. The request shall include the following:

a. A detailed justification for utilization of the weapons.

b. A description of the weapons to be used.

c. The length of time the weapons will be used and the date the weapons will be returned to Evidence.

d. Identify the person who shall have temporary custody of the weapons during the training or investigation.

e. A written endorsement or denial by the chain of command.

2. If approved, the person authorized to have temporary custody shall sign and date the chain of custody on the Property Form and/or a detailed list including the serial numbers, acknowledging receipt of the weapons.

3. Evidence shall be responsible for maintaining records of the transaction and conducting follow up on the scheduled return of the weapons to Evidence.

4. The weapons shall be returned to Evidence by the specified date of completion of the training or investigation

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 J 1)

Bulk quantites of gas, paint, paint thinner, kerosene, antifreeze and related products that are collected as evidence can be stored at evidence.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 J 1)

Gas, paint, paint thinner, kerosene, antifreeze and related products will not be stored in bulk quantity. The total quantity seized shall be measured and a small sample collected for evidence and the remainder disposed of at the county landfill hazardous material disposal area. The sample and container will be submitted for evidence. Containers must be rinsed out prior to submission to the Evidence facility.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1)

Who will be responsible for initiation and completion of the Firearm Owner Hold Harmless Statement and Agreement at the time the owner/agent claims the released firearm



Investigator


Evidence personnel


Deputy


Forensic Firearm Analyst

Evidence personnel

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 2 a 1)

Evidence personnel will be responsible for initiation and completion of the Firearm Owner Hold Harmless Statement and Agreement at the time the owner/agent claims the released firearm.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 1)

If the firearm (evidence) cannot be unloaded due to a jam or other malfunction, who shall be contacted? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)



Forensics Firearms Analyst


on-call Forensic Crime Scene Investigator


Armorer


Gun Range

on-call Forensic Crime Scene Investigator, Forensics Firearms Analyst

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 1)

If the firearm cannot be unloaded due to a jam or other malfunction, contact the Forensics Firearms Analyst or on-call Forensic Crime Scene Investigator for assistance.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 10)

How much cash is needed to be considered a "large amount" and call an on-call Evidence technician to respond and collect it?



$1,000


$8,000


$2,000


$5,000

$2,000

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 B 10)

The on-call Evidence technician will be notified when property/evidence for submission is too large for the evidence lockers and whenever large amounts of drugs or cash are to be stored. A large amount of drugs would be any amount that meets Florida Statute requirements for trafficking. A large amount of cash would be any amount over $2,000.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 7 a 1)

Seized or forfeited controlled substances in the custody of Evidence to be converted for use in undercover narcotic investigations shall require a written request submitted to _______________.



CID Section Commander


Evidence Manager


Undersheriff


Sheriff

Undersheriff

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 7 a 1)

Seized or forfeited controlled substances in the custody of Evidence to be converted for use in undercover narcotic investigations shall require a written request submitted to the Undersheriff via the chain of command. The request shall include the following:

a. A detailed justification for utilization of the controlled substances.

b. A detailed description of the controlled substances, weight, case number, tag number and item number the evidence is booked under.

c. Identify the person and unit who shall have custody of the controlled substances.

d. A written endorsement or denial by the chain of command.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 4)

Under no circumstance will personnel release contraband to a claimant.



True


False

False --- Correct

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 4)

Personnel will not authorize the release of contraband to a claimant unless a court order directs them to do so.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 b)

Weapons seized by personnel as a result of an arrest based upon probable cause will be returned if the person arrested is convicted of violating a State law or county or municipal ordinance if the offense involved the use of such weapon.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 Q 3 b)

Weapons seized by personnel as a result of an arrest based upon probable cause will not be returned if the person arrested is convicted of violating a State law or county or municipal ordinance if the offense involved the use of such weapon.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 9)

Who shall collect property containing a large amount of wet body fluids?



Crime Scene Investigator


investigator


on call evidence tech


deputy

Crime Scene Investigator

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 9)

Property containing a large amount of wet body fluids shall be collected by a Crime Scene Investigator.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 4)

The firearm shall be boxed with the action open.



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 H 4)

The firearm shall be boxed with the action closed in order to preserve the condition of the breech face, extractor, ejector, cylinder, chamber, barrel, etc.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 F 5)

Drugs are automatically sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement laboratory for testing



True


False

False

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 F 5)

Drugs are not automatically sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement laboratory for testing unless accompanied by a Fast Tracking Request from the State Attorney's Office or a specific request is made to Report Review to have drugs submitted in extenuating circumstances.

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G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 8)

What shall property that contains dried body fluids be packaged in?



plastic container


paper container


card board container


cloth container

paper container

G.O. 10.1.1 (4 E 8)

Property that contains dried body fluids shall be packaged in a paper container. A biohazard label shall be affixed to the package.