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Deputies shall follow a pro-arrest
philosophy, which is encouragement to make an arrest in domestic violence, dating
violence, sexual violence, and repeat violence cases when probable cause exists.

true

false

True
G.O. 6.2.5 (2)

It is the policy of the agency to vigorously enforce all laws applicable to domestic violence,
dating violence, sexual violence and repeat violence. Deputies shall follow a pro-arrest
philosophy, which is encouragement to make an arrest in domestic violence, dating
violence, sexual violence, and repeat violence cases when probable cause exists.

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any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery,
sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, false imprisonment,
kidnapping, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family
or household member by another family or household member.

Domestic Violence
Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence

Domestic Violence

G.O. 6.2.5 (3A)

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spouses, former spouses, persons related by blood
or marriage, persons who are presently residing together as if a family or who have
resided together in the past as if a family, and persons who are parents of a child in
common regardless of whether they have been married. With the exception of
persons who have a child in common, the family or household members must be
currently residing or have in the past resided together in the same single dwelling
unit. This does not include roommates whose relationship is strictly platonic.

Domestic Violence
Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence

Family or Household Member

G.O. 6.2.5 (3B)

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two incidents of assault, battery, sexual battery, or stalking, one
of which occurred within six months of filing the petition for a protective injunction,
that were committed by respondent against petitioner or petitioner's immediate
family member.

Domestic Violence
Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence

Repeat Violence

G.O. 6.2.5 (3C )

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violence between individuals who have or have had a continuing
and significant relationship of a romantic or intimate nature. A dating relationship must have existed within the past 6 months.

Domestic Violence
Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence

Dating Violence

G.O. 6.2.5 (3D)

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any one incident of: Sexual battery,A lewd or lascivious act, Luring or enticing a child, Sexual performance by a child, Any other forcible felony wherein a sexual act is committed or attempted
regardless of whether criminal charges based on the incident were filed,
reduced, or dismissed by the state attorney.

Domestic Violence
Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence

Sexual Violence

G.O. 6.2.5 (3E)

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harm or damage to a person, visible (e.g., bruising) or nonvisible.

Family or Household Member
Repeat Violence
Dating Violence
Sexual Violence
Injury
Credible Threat

Injury

G.O. 6.2.5. (3F)

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a threat made with the intent to cause the person who is the target
of the threat to reasonably fear for his or her safety. The threat must be against the
life of, or to cause bodily injury to, a person.

Sexual Violence
Injury
Credible Threat
Predominant Offender/Aggressor
Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction

Credible Threat

G.O. 6.2.5 (3G)

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a person who commits, attempts to commit, or
threatens to commit violence against another, and whose actions are not consistent
with lawful self-defense.

Dating Violence
Sexual Violence
Injury
Credible Threat
Predominant Offender/Aggressor

Predominant Offender/Aggressor

G.O. 6.2.5 (3H)

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means a court of competent jurisdiction of a state of the
United States, other than Florida; the District of Columbia; an Indian tribe; or a
commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States.

Credible Threat
Predominant Offender/Aggressor
Court of a foreign state
Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking

Court of a foreign state

G.O. 6.2.5 (3i)

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a judicial order which both
directs the respondent to do a specific act and prohibits him or her from doing other acts. The primary objective is to prevent future injury.

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking
Aggravated Stalking
Harassment
Course of Conduct

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction

G.O.6.2.5 (3 J)

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per Florida Statute, a first degree misdemeanor wherein a person willfully,
maliciously, and repeatedly follows or harasses another person.

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking
Aggravated Stalking
Harassment
Course of Conduct

Stalking

G.O.6.2.5 (3 K)

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per Florida Statute, a third degree felony; it is stalking plus the
added element of; 1) a credible threat with intent to place a person in reasonable
fear of death or bodily injury; or 2) violation of Domestic Violence Injunction, Repeat
Violence Injunction, Dating Violence Injunction, or any other similar court order; or
3) the victim is a minor under the age of 16 years, (Section 784.048(5) F.S.).

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking
Aggravated Stalking
Harassment
Course of Conduct

Aggravated Stalking

G.O. 6.2.5 (3L)

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a course of conduct directed at a specific person, causing substantial
emotional distress in such person, that serves no legitimate purpose.

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking
Aggravated Stalking
Harassment
Course of Conduct

Harassment

G.O.6.2.5 (3M)

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a pattern of conduct composed of a series of acts over a period
of time, however short, evidencing a continuity of purpose. (Constitutionally
protected activity, such as picketing or organized protests, is not included within this
meaning.)

Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat Violence Injunction
Stalking
Aggravated Stalking
Harassment
Course of Conduct

Course of Conduct

G.O.6.2.5 (3N)

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Within _____________ hours the agency shall send a copy of the report,
minus all victim and witness statements and other parts of an active criminal
investigation, to the nearest locally-certified Domestic Violence Center.

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24

48

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twenty-four (24)

G.O.6.2.5 (4A5)

Within twenty-four (24) hours the agency shall send a copy of the report,
minus all victim and witness statements and other parts of an active criminal
investigation, to the nearest locally-certified Domestic Violence Center.

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The decision to transport to the CRC
under the Baker Act or arresting the suspect for criminal charges shall be the
purview of the ___________________.

Arresting deputy

supervisor

Domestic Violence Detective

Domestic Violence detective

G.O.6.2.5 (4B)

The decision to transport to the CRC
under the Baker Act or arresting the suspect for criminal charges shall be the
purview of the Domestic Violence detective.

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Interview the parties separately to identify the nature of the dispute, but the
perpetrator should be able to hear and see the victim when he/she is being
interviewed.

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (C7)

Interview the parties separately to identify the nature of the dispute. The
perpetrator should not be able to hear or see the victim when he/she is being
interviewed.

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Evaluate the need for the assistance of a Domestic Violence detective. A
deputy desiring such assistance shall contact the Domestic Violence detective.

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (C11 )

Evaluate the need for the assistance of a Domestic Violence detective. A
deputy desiring such assistance shall contact his or her supervisor.

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Referral Notices can be issued for Domestic or Dating Violence incidents.

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (C 12)

Referral Notices shall not be issued for Domestic or Dating Violence incidents.

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Domestic and dating violence calls, including violation of a Domestic Violence Injunction, shall not be referred to D.R.W.

True

False

True

G.O. 6.2.5 (C12)

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If the victim refuses to
prosecute/testify, have the victim write out a statement as to what occurred
and at the end of the completed statement the victim may write, “I will not
testify nor will I cooperate with prosecution.” If the victim refuses to complete
a statement document this fact in the complaint report
Then give the victim a Declination of Intent form

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (D 1)

If the victim refuses to
prosecute/testify, have the victim write out a statement as to what occurred
and at the end of the completed statement the victim may write, “I will not
testify nor will I cooperate with prosecution.” If the victim refuses to complete
a statement document this fact in the complaint report
Do not obtain a Declination of Intent.

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Section 901.15 (7), F.S., protects law enforcement officers, who act in good
faith and exercise due care in making domestic violence or dating violence
arrests, from civil liability. Good faith means acting upon probable cause

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5 (E 1)

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a deputy may make a warrantless/non-view
arrest if there is probable cause to believe the person committed an act of
domestic violence or dating violence.

True

False

True
G.O. 6.2.5 (E 2)

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If the perpetrator cannot be located, a BOLO will be issued on cases
involving serious injury or credible threat of serious bodily injury or
death.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5 (E 6 C)

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The following shall not be considered in determining if arrest is appropriate:
a. The offender volunteers to leave the residence to defuse the situation.
If allowed to do so, the offender evades arrest. If probable cause
exists, do not permit the offender to leave the residence to avoid
arrest.
b. The victim refuses to cooperate with prosecution of the case and
insists that the offender not be arrested.
c. The victim and offender do not share the same residence.
d. Either party assures the deputy that no future violence will occur.
e. There are no visible signs of injury. This does not conclusively prove
that an act of domestic violence did not occur.
f. Either party tells the deputy that an arrest will negatively impact minor
children.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5 (E 8)

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If an employee of the Orange County Sheriff's Office is the suspect in a domestic violence case, special privileges shall be given.

True

False

False
G.O.6.2.5 (E9)

If an employee of the Orange County Sheriff's Office is the suspect in a
domestic violence case, refer to General Order 5.1.2. No special privileges
shall be given. Employees who are respondents in a permanent Domestic or
Dating Violence Injunction shall notify the Sheriff in writing via chain of
command.

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If a sworn member of another law enforcement agency is the suspect in a
domestic or dating violence case, the investigating deputy shall notify his or
her immediate supervisor, who shall notify the suspect's agency. No special
privileges shall be given.

True

False

True
G.O.6.2.5 (E 10)

If a sworn member of another law enforcement agency is the suspect in a
domestic or dating violence case, the investigating deputy shall notify his or
her immediate supervisor, who shall notify the suspect's agency. No special
privileges shall be given. It is highly recommended that a Domestic Violence
detective be called for consultation and/or response to the scene.

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For the purpose of state law regarding search and seizure, Domestic
Violence Centers shall be treated as private dwelling places.

true

false

True
G.O.6.2.5 (F 2)
For the purpose of state law regarding search and seizure, Domestic
Violence Centers shall be treated as private dwelling places. However,
before executing an arrest or search warrant at a center, a deputy shall
contact the Domestic Violence Supervisor or the on-call legal staff member
who will attempt to obtain the cooperation of center staff in order to minimize
disruption.

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If the petitioner is in immediate and present danger of domestic or dating
violence in the days or weeks leading up to the scheduled hearing, the court
may issue a temporary injunction. The injunction will remain in effect for a
period of _________________ days.

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15

20

25

15

G.O.6.2.5 (G 2)

If the petitioner is in immediate and present danger of domestic or dating
violence in the days or weeks leading up to the scheduled hearing, the court
may issue a temporary injunction. The injunction will remain in effect for a
period of fifteen (15) days.

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Section 784.046, F.S., authorizes any person who is the victim of repeat
violence from the same perpetrator to obtain an injunction for protection. A
family relationship between the perpetrator and the victim is required.

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (H 1)

Section 784.046, F.S., authorizes any person who is the victim of repeat
violence from the same perpetrator to obtain an injunction for protection. A
family relationship between the perpetrator and the victim is not required.
Repeat violence refers to two incidents of assault, battery, sexual battery or
stalking, one of which must have occurred within six months of petitioning for
the injunction.

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Orange County municipal police officers are not
authorized to serve injunctions within their jurisdictions.

True

False

False

G.O.6.2.5 (I 2)
Deputies may serve injunctions, including those issued in another county,
within their jurisdiction. Orange County municipal police officers are
authorized to serve injunctions within their jurisdictions.

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The Civil Process Lieutenant/Commander or designee shall be responsible
for immediate notification to the Division Commander of any sworn employee
under court order for permanent Domestic, Dating, Sexual or Repeat
Violence Injunction in his/her command.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5. (J 1)

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Sworn employees served with a permanent Domestic, Dating, Sexual or
Repeat Violence Injunction shall:
a. Secure all agency issued and approved firearms at his/her duty
station at the end of each work day or shift.
b. Park his/her assigned vehicle at his/her duty station at the end of
each work day or shift.
c. Not carry firearms in an off-duty capacity.
d. Not wear agency uniforms to or from his/her duty station.
e. Not work enforcement related off-duty employment.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5. (J 3)

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An injunction issued by a court of a foreign
state is enforceable in Florida to the extent that the violation listed in the
foreign injunction is a criminal act according to Florida law.

True

False

True

G.O.6.2.5 (L 2)

Section 901.15(6), F.S., permits a warrantless/non-view arrest when:
"the respondent committed a criminal act according to Sections 741.31 and
784.047, F.S., which violates an injunction for protection, over the objection
of the petitioner, if necessary". An injunction issued by a court of a foreign
state is enforceable in Florida to the extent that the violation listed in the
foreign injunction is a criminal act according to Florida law.

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A petitioner who invites the respondent to the property is subject to arrest
for violating the injunction and may be held in civil contempt by the court.

true

false

False

G.O.6.2.5 (L 5)

A petitioner who invites the respondent to the property is NOT subject to arrest
for violating the injunction but may be held in civil contempt by the court.

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The person arrested for violating an injunction will be held without bond until
brought before the court.

true

false

True

G,O. 6.2.5 (M5)