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GO 6.2.6 (4 A) FOREIGN EMBASSY OR CONSULATE NOTIFICATION

Reporting deputies are required to make consular notifications when any of the following situations involving a foreign national occur EXCEPT:



Crash or wreck of foreign aircraft or ship


Serious injury, illness, or trauma


Death


Arrest


Baker or Marchmann Act detention initiated by a deputy


Traffic Stop


Placement of minors with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCF)

Traffic Stop

GO 6.2.6 (4 A)

Reporting deputies are required to make consular notifications without delay as outlined in this General Order when any of the following situations involving a

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foreign national occur:

1. Arrest;

2. Baker or Marchmann Act detention initiated by a deputy;

3. Serious injury, illness, or trauma;

4. Death;

5. Placement of minors with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCF); or

6. Crash or wreck of foreign aircraft or ship

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GO 6.2.6 (4 B)

TRUE/FALSE - Consular notification is required if the person is a dual United States citizen and the other country of citizenship mandates notification.



True


False

False

GO 6.2.6 (4 B)

If the person is a citizen of the United States as well as another country, he or she may be treated simply as an American citizen. For example, consular notification is not required if the person is a United States citizen, even if his or her other country of citizenship mandates notification.

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GO 6.2.6 (4 C)

TRUE/FALSE - Reporting deputies are not required to ask the citizenship of every person arrested or taken into custody



True


False

False

GO 6.2.6 (4 C)

Reporting deputies are required to ask the citizenship of every person arrested or taken into custody (e.g., Baker Act).

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GO 6.2.6 (4 G)

The Foreign Notification Specialist shall act as liaison between the agency, U.S. State Department, and foreign governments



True


False

True

GO 6.2.6 (4 G)

The Foreign Notification Specialist shall act as liaison between the agency, U.S. State Department, and foreign governments

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any citizen of a foreign country regardless of immigration status. A person who is a citizen of the United States and another country (dual citizenship) is not included

Prompt Notification of Embassy or Consulate

Foreign National

Multiple Citizenship

Foreign Notification Specialist

Foreign National

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notification by fax, e-mail, or other written document within 72 hours of the incident. Notification may be made by phone if followed with written confirmation within the requisite time frame

Prompt Notification of Embassy or Consulate

Foreign National

Multiple Citizenship

Foreign Notification Specialist

Prompt Notification of Embassy or Consulate

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a person who is a national/citizen of two or more countries

Prompt Notification of Embassy or Consulate

Foreign National

Multiple Citizenship

Foreign Notification Specialist

Multiple Citizenship

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a specially trained analyst who is a subject matter expert on foreign government notification and who is located at Central Operations under the supervision of the Sexual Offender Squad Supervisor in the Criminal Investigations Division

Prompt Notification of Embassy or Consulate

Foreign National

Multiple Citizenship

Foreign Notification Specialist

Foreign Notification Specialist

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GO 6.2.6 (4 H)

Who shall the Foreign Notification Specialist forward monthly log sheets to?



Immediate Supervisor


CID Lieutenant/Commander


Affected Consulates


Records

CID Lieutenant/Commander

GO 6.2.6 (4 H)

The Foreign Notification Specialist shall produce monthly log sheets and forward them to the Criminal Investigations Division Lieutenant/Commander.

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GO 6.2.6 (4 B)

TRUE/FALSE - If a person has multiple citizenship and none are the United States, he or she shall be treated in accordance with the rules pertaining to each country



True


False

True

GO 6.2.6 (4 B)

If a person has multiple citizenship and none are the United States, he or she shall be treated in accordance with the rules pertaining to each country

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GO 6.2.6 (4 E)

If the reporting deputy initiates formal notification of the foreign government via fax sent directly to the consular officer or embassy, what must be forwarded to the Foreign Notification Specialist?



a fax receipt


a copy of the notification


a memo outlining the facts of the case


a copy of the notification and fax receipt

a copy of the notification and fax receipt

GO 6.2.6 (4 E)

If the reporting deputy initiates formal notification of the foreign government via fax sent directly to the consular officer or embassy, he or she must forward a copy of the notification and fax receipt via interoffice mail to the Foreign Notification Specialist.

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GO 6.2.6 (4 C 6)

TRUE/FALSE - It is not necessary to make a statement confirming that the deputy informed the foreign national of his or her right to have consular officials notified and to speak to them.



True


False

False

GO 6.2.6 (4 C 6)

A statement confirming that the deputy informed the foreign national of his or her right to have consular officials notified and to speak to them. The statement should include the response from the foreign national, along with the date and time the foreign national was informed about his or her consular rights.

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GO 6.2.6 (4 F)

Who shall examine the Automatic Reporting System (ARS), Crystal Report System (CRS), and e-mails from deputies for incidents and crime reports involving foreign nationals to determine if consular or embassy notification is required?



Consulates


Crime Analysis


Records


Foreign Notification Specialist

Foreign Notification Specialist

GO 6.2.6 (4 F)

The Foreign Notification Specialist shall examine the Automatic Reporting System (ARS), Crystal Report System (CRS), and e-mails from deputies for incidents and crime reports involving foreign nationals to determine if consular or embassy notification is required

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GO 6.2.6 (4 C 7)

When is a statement of a foreign national to be sent to the Foreign National Specialist?



prior to days off


immediately


before the end of shift


within a week

: before the end of shift

GO 6.2.6 (4 C 7)

A statement that the reporting deputy, before the end of his or her shift, informed the Foreign Notification Specialist via e-mail to foreignnotification@ocfl.net.