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The Uniform Patrol
Division is the backbone of the agency and is responsible for providing the first level of
service to our community.

True

False

True
6.2.14 (2)
Policy
Uniform personnel are the most visible representatives of the Sheriff's Office and therefore
must maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times. The Uniform Patrol
Division is the backbone of the agency and is responsible for providing the first level of
service to our community.

2

the activity beginning when personnel arrive at the scene of an incident. The investigation should continue until the assigned personnel reach
a successful conclusion or transfer the responsibility to other personnel.

Follow-Up Investigations

Preliminary Investigation

Personnel

Preliminary Investigation

G.O. 6.2.14 (3A)

3

increase the effectiveness of patrol deputies, enhance
their role, and provide specialized investigators more time to concentrate on complex investigations.

Follow-Up Investigations

Preliminary Investigation

Personnel

Follow-Up Investigations

G.O.6.2.14 (3B)

4

for the purpose of this policy___________includes all uniform deputies, PSO's, FSO’s, off-duty deputies, and plain clothes deputies.

Follow-Up Investigations

Preliminary Investigation

Personnel

Personnel

G.O.6.2.14 (3C)

5

The basic responsibility of patrol personnel upon arriving at incident scenes shall be to protect life and property by controlling, stabilizing, and defusing
potentially dangerous situations.

True

False

True

G.O. 6.2.14 (4a1)

6

The medical examiner will be notified of all homicides, suspicious deaths, or
apparent suicides.

True

false

True

G.O. 6.2.14 (8)

7

The ______________ shall be responsible for
notifying the medical examiner in all homicides, suspicious deaths, or apparent suicides.

Sector Supervisor

Watch Commander

Major Case Detective

Major Case Detective

G.O.6.2.14 (8)

The Major Case detective shall be responsible for
notifying the medical examiner in these cases

8

The on-scene deputy or supervisor calls the M.E. directly
and fills them in on the facts in cases of unattended natural deaths that are
not suspicious and the next of kin can be located.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.14 (8)

9

Supervisors shall immediately respond to all major incident scenes including,
but not limited to, Homicide, Suicide, Drowning, any Suspicious Death, Bank
Robbery, Armed or Strong Arm Robbery, Sexual Battery, Kidnapping, Downed Aircraft, and Aggravated Battery with serious injury, when these
calls are in progress or just occurred.

True

False

true

G.O.6.2.14 ( B1 )

10

Who provides additional units to assist the initial deputy with perimeter locations and crime scene assistance, request Communications to notify specialized units as appropriate, immediately notify the Watch Commander that a major
incident has occurred.

Division Commander

Section Commander

Supervisors

Supervisors

G.O.6.2.14 ( B)

11

Uniform personnel shall conduct follow-up investigations when crimes appear
to be solvable in a reasonable period of time. Exceptions include:
Major cases which require follow-up by an investigator to include, but
not limited to, Homicide, Suicide, Drowning, Suspicious Death, Sexual
Battery, and Bank Robbery.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.14 ( C )

12

Severe weather bulletins received from the U.S. Weather Bureau
shall be broadcast over the primary radio frequencies.

True

False

True
G.O.6.2.14 ( F2B)

13

Field supervisors shall maintain a supply of the following items in their
assigned vehicles:
1. Crime scene tape
2. Additional traffic flares
3. Drug test kits

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.14 (HB )

14

Requests for death and serious injury notifications from citizens and other agencies shall be made by UPD personnel
True

False

True

G.O.6.2.14 ( G1)