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1
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Death Notifications – Recommended ways to make a death notification

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Natural causes (Foreseen) Fatal accidents or crashes -
Industrial accidents -
Homicide -
Suicide - Officer involved shootings - Infant / child death - Line of duty death -

Recommended You deliver the Death notification in person if at all possible. Show compassion and be sympathetic toward NoK.

2
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What can be shared with the media at the scene of a fatality accident?

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Do not share any information with the media unless directed by police personnel. Media should not be involved in the Death Notification process. Do not relate any crime investigation information you may have to survivors or to the media.

3
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Is it the responsibility of the officer to provide/arrange transportation for next of kin to someone seriously injured or killed in an accident

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It is not the officer’s responsibility

4
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What is acculturation?

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assimilation to a different culture, typically the dominant one.

5
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What does Prejudice mean?

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To Prejudge- Is an emotional response, usually based on fear, mistrust, and/or ignorance, which is directed at a racial, religious, national, or other cultural group.

6
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What is “Stereotype”?

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Is an overgeneralization applied to an individual without regard to his or her own uniqueness.

Examples: African Americans are drug peddlers, thugs, good dancers, good athletes

Homeless are that way by choice

7
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What is racism?

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Is the institutionalized practice of excluding from power groups of people solely on the basis of race. Such exclusion takes the form of discrimination, prejudice, segregation, and domination.

8
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What are the 2 categories of criminal intelligence?

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Tactical
Strategic

9
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What is MIAC?

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Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC)
is the mechanism to collect incident reports of suspicious activities to be evaluated and analyzed in an effort to identify potential trends or patterns of terrorist or criminal operations within the state of Missouri. MIAC will also function as a vehicle for two-way communication between federal, state and local law enforcement communities within our region.

10
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What are the 2 models of crime prevention?

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The opportunity reduction model

The informal social control model

11
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What is The informal social control model ?

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Involves the use of rewards and punishments by community members to encourage conformity with local customs and norms.

12
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What is The opportunity reduction model?

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Removal or reduction of opportunities for criminal activities in specific situations, and that fear can be reduced by decreasing the level of crime in the community.

13
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What are the approaches to crime control?

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Citizen patrols
Neighborhood organizations
Social problems approach
Community policing
Boards, councils and Commissions

14
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What are the components of community policing?

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Foot patrol
Police organizing and outreach strategies
Neighborhood administrations and community centers
Analysis and mapping crime related dates

15
Q

LAPD Phonetic Alphabet

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ABSOLUTELY NO WORRIES GUY

16
Q

Know ways an officer can deal with a citizen contact that is intensifying

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17
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Know how should you console a family member during a death notification

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“Would you like to pray” “I’m so sorry for your loss” “Give remain location if applicable” “Is there someone you can call?”

18
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Know community values that control attitudes of the community

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19
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What are the 5 stress color conditions?

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White: unaware
Yellow: Relaxed but alert!
Orange: state of alarm
Red: what appears to be wrong is actually wrong
Black: Panic, misdirected frenzy, paralysis

20
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Know and be able to apply: Command Presence

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use of non verbal skills, communication skills, voice for voluntary compliance

21
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Know Roll Call

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Discuss changes policies and procedures. Crime bulletin, hot sheets, new wanted bulletins, officers coming off shifts

22
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Know Autogenic Breathing

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Slow, deliberate 4 count inhale/ exhale.
Drains away stress build-up experienced from shift.

23
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Know the Stress Color Conditions:
White
Yellow
Orange
Red
Black

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White- environmental unaware (day dream)

Yellow - relaxed but alert, conscious but not tense

Orange - alarm

Red - what appears to be wrong is actually wrong

Black - Panic, misdirected frenzy, paralysis

24
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Know and be able to apply each: Verbal Behavior

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professional terminology; tone, rate, pitch

25
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Know and be able to apply each: Non-Verbal Behavior

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eye face expressions, limbs, legs, body positions

26
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Know and be able to apply each: Listening

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conscious effort, evaluate statements, empathy, nod

27
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Know and be able to apply each: Attentive Listening

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empathy, paraphrasing, effective pauses, “I” message

28
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Know and be able to apply each: The levels of Citizen Contact

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Casual level: reacts to an officer/ no issues
Co-op level: reacts to LEO presence and commands/ mouthy but compliant
Unco-op lvl: fails to accept an officers authority/ slow to comply & argumentative
Confrontation: Dangerous - actively resists and challenges

29
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What is “Tactical” criminal intelligence?

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Tactical - methods to resolve situation

30
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What is “Strategic” criminal intelligence?

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Strategic - On going investigations, potential history

31
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Crime prevention: Opportunity reduction model

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Removal or reduction of opportunities for criminal activities

32
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Crime Prevention: informal social control model

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Use of rewards & punishments by community members to encourage local customs and norms

33
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What is the 1st phase of the Cycle of violence:

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Tension building, increased tension/anger/ blaming and arguing

34
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What is the 2nd phase of the Cycle of violence:

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Violent eruption- various types of abuse

35
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What is the 3rd phase of the Cycle of violence:

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Calm, loving, denial - Bonding stage/remorse/denial/down playing

36
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What is “Full faith and credit”?

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any order of protection issued by any other state, tribe, territory, or possession of the U.S.. SHALL be given full faith and credit and be enforced

37
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Elements of EMOTIONAL ABUSE

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Ignored partners feelings, ridicules beliefs, insults and drives away partners family and friends, humiliates partner in public/private

38
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Elements of PHYSICAL ABUSE

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Pushing, shoving, restraining to prevent leaving, slapping, bitting, refusing to aid partner

39
Q

Reasons it’s difficult to leave an abuser?

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Low self of steam, economic dependency, keeping family together, guilt/promises to change, isolation

40
Q

What prohibits a person it is issues against from coming into contact with someone to prevent further types of abuse

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Protection orders

41
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T/F- A summons must be given 4 days prior to court?

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True

42
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What are child safety seat requirements?

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4-7 yrs old, 40-80 pounds and under 4’9. Anything more will need a booster seat

43
Q

When can studded tires be used ?

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Not permitted btwn April 1 - Nov 1st

44
Q

RSMO CHapter 301

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Lists registration

45
Q

RSMO Chapter 302

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Lists DRIVER LICENSE

46
Q

RSMO CHapter 303

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Insurance

47
Q

RSMO CHapter 307

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Vehicles equipment regulations

48
Q

What is the MO Adult abuse act?

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A person may seek an order from protection from acts, attempts or threats to him or her from a family member or household member or intimate partner; or acts of stalking or sexual assault

49
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What are three parts of the Power and Control wheel?

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Center- Power and control (activities)
Spokes- how abuser maintains control
Outer ring- physical abuse

50
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What determines the primary physical aggressor?

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The most significant, rather than first aggressor