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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 1)

Who shall agency personnel who are made aware of a citizen’s allegation of biasedbased enforcement immediately refer the complaint to?



Division Commander


Lieutenant


first-line supervisor


PSD

first-line supervisor

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 1)

Agency personnel who are made aware of a citizen’s allegation of biasedbased enforcement shall immediately refer the complaint to a first-line supervisor.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 B 1)

TRUE/FALSE - Deputies shall receive initial and in-service training in law enforcement tactics and procedures, which may include, but is not limited to, officer safety, courtesy and respect, human diversity, search and seizure, and interpersonal communication skills.



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 B 1)

Deputies shall receive initial and in-service training in law enforcement tactics and procedures, which may include, but is not limited to, officer safety, courtesy and respect, human diversity, search and seizure, and interpersonal communication skills.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 A 3)

Deputies seeking one or more specific persons who have been identified or described in part by their race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age, may rely in part on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age only in combination with other appropriate identifying factors and may not give race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age undue weight.



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 A 3)

Deputies seeking one or more specific persons who have been identified or described in part by their race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age, may rely in part on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age only in combination with other appropriate identifying factors and may not give race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age undue weight.

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the detention, interdiction, or other disparate treatment of any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, economic status, cultural group, any other identifiable group, gender, sexual orientation, or age.

Biased-Based Profiling

Reasonable Suspicion

Biased-Based Profiling

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knowledge sufficient to induce an ordinarily prudent and cautious deputy to believe criminal activity is at hand. It must be based on specific and articulable facts which, taken together with rational inferences from those facts, reasonably warrant intrusion.

Biased-Based Profiling

Reasonable Suspicion

Reasonable Suspicion

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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 3)

Who shall the annual administrative review of agency practices including citizen concerns regarding allegations of discrimination be forwarded to?



Under Sheriff


HRD


Sheriff


PSD

Sheriff

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 3)

Professional Standards shall investigate allegations of discrimination in accordance with General Order 5.1.2 and conduct a documented annual administrative review of agency practices including citizen concerns. The review will serve as an administrative tool to identify training needs and/or policy modifications related to biased-based profiling. A report of the completed review shall be forwarded to the Sheriff.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 4)

No person shall be discouraged, intimidated or coerced from filing such a complaint of discrimination, or retaliated against because he or she filed such a complaint or was interviewed as a witness in such an investigation.



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 4)

No person shall be discouraged, intimidated or coerced from filing such a complaint, or retaliated against because he or she filed such a complaint or was interviewed as a witness in such an investigation.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 3)

Who shall investigate allegations of discrimination in accordance with General Order 5.1.2 and conduct a documented annual administrative review of agency practices including citizen concerns?



Risk Management


Under Sheriff


HRD


PSD

PSD

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 3)

Professional Standards shall investigate allegations of discrimination in accordance with General Order 5.1.2 and conduct a documented annual administrative review of agency practices including citizen concerns.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 A 1)

TRUE/FALSE - A motorist who is stopped on reasonable suspicion of a traffic offense, and who is cited or warned can be detained for further questioning.



True


False

False

GO 6.2.2 (4 A 1)

A motorist who is stopped on reasonable suspicion of a traffic offense, and who is cited or warned, shall be released if no reasonable suspicion of further criminal activity exists.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 A 1)

All citizen encounters, including traffic stops, conducted by agency personnel shall comply with the law and agency policy, specifically including General Order 7.1.1, “Detention Arrest and Search Procedures.”



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 A 1)

All citizen encounters, including traffic stops, conducted by agency personnel shall comply with the law and agency policy, specifically including General Order 7.1.1, “Detention Arrest and Search Procedures.”

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GO 6.2.2 (4 B 3)

TRUE/FALSE - Homeland Security and Community Relations shall conduct ongoing community education and awareness programs concerning law enforcement and traffic stop procedures through various mediums, which may include, but are not limited to, the Civilian Police Academy, the Senior Citizens’ Academy, Neighborhood Watch, and crime prevention seminars.



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 B 3)

Homeland Security and Community Relations shall conduct ongoing community education and awareness programs concerning law enforcement and traffic stop procedures through various mediums, which may include, but are not limited to, the Civilian Police Academy, the Senior Citizens’ Academy, Neighborhood Watch, and crime prevention seminars.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 A 2)

A person or vehicle can be searched in the absence of a warrant, a legally recognized exception to the warrant requirement, or the person’s voluntary consent.



True


False

False

GO 6.2.2 (4 A 2)

Furthermore, no person or vehicle shall be searched in the absence of a warrant, a legally recognized exception to the warrant requirement, or the person’s voluntary consent.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 2)

First-line supervisors or managers receiving a complaint of biased-based enforcement shall attempt to determine the following: (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)



circumstances surrounding the complaint


how to contact the complainant and witnesses


identifying the complainant and witnesses


how to investigate the complaint

circumstances surrounding the complaint, identifying the complainant and witnesses, how to contact the complainant and witnesses

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 2)

First-line supervisors or managers receiving a complaint of biased-based enforcement shall attempt to determine the circumstances surrounding the complaint, including but not limited to, identifying the complainant and witnesses and ascertaining how to contact them. Supervisors and managers shall then forward the complaint to Professional Standards for review.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 C 2)

When a complaint of biased-based enforcement has been received who shall it be forwarded to?



Division Commander


PSD


Section Commander


HRD

PSD

GO 6.2.2 (4 C 2)

First-line supervisors or managers receiving a complaint of biased-based enforcement shall attempt to determine the circumstances surrounding the complaint, including but not limited to, identifying the complainant and witnesses and ascertaining how to contact them. Supervisors and managers shall then forward the complaint to Professional Standards for review.

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GO 6.2.2 (4 B 2)

TRUE/FALSE - Training will incorporate the need to respect the rights of all citizens to be free from unreasonable government intrusion or law enforcement action.



True


False

True

GO 6.2.2 (4 B 2)

This training will incorporate the need to respect the rights of all citizens to be free from unreasonable government intrusion or law enforcement action.