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What is the controlled movement of a person in custody from one point to another

Inmate transportation (page 6)


Why is inmate transportation less secure than a detention facility?

-there is no cell
-no wall
-no observation tower
-heavy gate to ensure custody
(page 7)


A document used to track inmates through the system

A release Order
AOC CR 200 (page 7)


Typically, a _______determines if the circumstances of the arrest from the arresting officer and interviews the person in custody to determine if the suspect should be committed to a detention facility or released on his or own recognizance or with bail.

A magistrate (page 7)


Once the arrestee is in the detention facility what 2 processes occur?

Inmate will stay in custody until the case is finished


Inmate is released by one of five ways
-Cash bond
-property bond
-written promise
-custody release
-unsecured bond
(page 8)


If the case is dismissed what happens to the "Release order?"

Returns to the clerk of court to become permanent record (page 8)


The AOC 200 form is also known as

-release order
-commitment paper
-blue sheet
(Page 8)


The person bringing the inmate to the detention facility should furnish the booking officer with his _____ or _____

identification card
(page 8)


What does the book suggest as 7 safety precautions prior to transport?

-Mental attitude
-identify the inmate and destination
-obtain all necessary restraints
-obtain additional travel items
-maintain inventory of items (keys restraints, property)
-make sure to have loaded weapons prior to leaving
-wear body armor
(page 11)


How many officers should be assigned to an inmates movement?

at least 2 (page 9)


Should female officers be used to transfer female inmates as possible?

Yes (page 9)


When identifying the inmate and destination what should an officer review in the inmate's record

-History of escapes or attempts
-Institutional discipline history
-History of assaults
-Outstanding charges or detainer
-Emotional or mental instability
-Medical history
-Gang member
-Previous charges
-Any other factors that might impact security and management of inmate
-Obtain a recent photo
-Determine the where and best route to the destination
-Identify any hazards
(page 9-10)


What are the necessary restraints for transporting an inmate?

-waist chains
-leg restraints
(page 10)


Disposable nylon straps that can be used for emergencies or mass arrest situations or with individuals with large ankles

(page 11)


Transporting officers should have additional ____ available and hidden from the inmate

Restraint keys (page 10)


Prior to travel what are 2 important items to keep nearby

road map and emergency phone (page 11)


What are items that need to be maintained on an inventory?

(page 11)


How should the officer maintain his firearm prior to and during transportation from the facility?

-Keep the firearm loaded
-Keep them constantly protected and out of reach of the inmate
(page 11)


What are some of the items on the transport vehicle check list?

-Ensure all gauges work
-Test brakes
-Examine belts
-make sure lights siren and radio work
-First aid kit and fire extinguisher present
(page 12)


Be sure to ______ the vehicle to see if it is working properly

test drive
(Page 12)


What parts should an officer search in the vehicle?

-Passenger Area
-glove box
-trunk compartments
(page 12)


Should an officer keep the restraint keys with the ignition keys?

No, he should keep them separate
(page 12)