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  1. centralized
  2. from theft accusations and maintains the chain of custody for items that are evidence.
  3. BOLOs

    officer safety bulletins

    stolen and lost vehicle tags

    stolen vehicles

    addresses that require or request extra patrol

    suspicious incidents

    safety concerns

    wanted and missing persons
  4. the demeanor of the requesting officer

    their familiarities with the area

    the type of assistance needed

    the nature of the call
  5. officers should continue to monitor communications, so they can determine whether to elevate or downgrade their response when they receive additional information.
  6. Intelligence-led
  7. warrants
  8. deep
  9. anything
  10. fight or flight
  11. agency's
  12. continue to search and clear the remainder of the building.
  13. securing a crime scene

    pursuing suspects

    special events

    any incident where an area's access needs to be restricted

    high-risk situations
  14. may cause an officer to become complacent during a potentially life-threatening situation.
  15. Delayed
  16. inspect items on your duty belt to ensure all equipment is present and functional
  17. to inform law enforcement agencies about pertinent crime-related issues in the community, while establishing a rapport and understanding with the public about the agencies' methods to deter crime.
  18. cutting the pie (edging)
  19. directly
  20. Querrying
  21. substances with strong odors, like gasoline or ether
    his or her health
    odors in an outdoor environment that mask other smells
    weather conditions
  22. officer identification, current location, the reason for the call, and information specific to the situation.
  23. enter based on how the doors and windows open.
  24. Scanning
    Analysis
    Response
    Assessment
  25. may involve the coordination of multiple officers and resources.
  26. Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
  27. its integrity through constant observation and activities.
  28. not be used unless the officer makes a determination that the prisoner presents a substantial flight risk or some other extraordinary medical or security circumstance dictates that restraints be used.
  29. system compliance, criminal investigations, suspected system misuse, public records requests, and administrative purposes.
  30. threat to officers and the public


    location and potential to ambush


    seriousness of the offense committed


    securing the patrol vehicle


    the suspect's familiarity with the area


    number of officers vs. number of suspects at the scene


    physical limitations and capabilities of officer and suspect


    time of day and weather conditions


    known suspect/ability to apprehend at a later time


    availability of additional resources, such as canine, air support, or SWAT


    probability that the suspect is armed
  31. plan messages before transmitting them on the police radio.

    communicate with dispatch throughout your shift.
  32. precise
  33. hypervigilance
  34. Job performance-related
  35. DDACTS
  36. Be aware of areas that present a higher threat, such as low light or potential hiding areas.

    Be aware of the noise you are making; move only as fast as you can to remain safe.

    Use available cover and concealment.

    Working with a partner is safer than working alone.

    Avoid exposing yourself as a target.

    Coordinate with other officers to avoid crossfire situations.
  37. is essential to officer safety.
  38. Work-related
  39. on the radio at all times.
  40. location, direction of travel, and a description of the suspect-and to continuously update this information
  41. Cover
  42. Photographs
  43. one
  44. 30
  45. is created when the booking agency submits the fingerprints and arrest information for an arrested person.
  46. six
  47. transport prisoners already incarcerated or detained in a correctional institution.
  48. firearm proficiency

    practical preparedness

    physical fitness

    first aid skills

    situational awareness
  49. hit
  50. NCIC
  51. Social Security number

    name

    address

    date of birth

    legal identification cards
  52. personal
  53. Reactive patrol
  54. DAVID
  55. description of vehicle

    description of involved parties

    other assistance needed (backup, ambulance, tow truck, etc.)

    type of action (vehicle crash, fire, disturbance, etc.)

    officer's identification and location
  56. is the hub of contact for patrol officers.
  57. Clarksburg, West Virginia
  58. taste
  59. when there is an officer or public safety concern.
  60. hiding suspect
  61. answering, receiving, transferring, and dispatching functions related to 911 calls.
  62. community partnerships and problem solving
  63. his or her physical condition

    his or her environmental conditions

    his or her sex

    his or her maturity

    his or her position or location

    his or her race

    his or her mental condition

    his or her bias

    his or her education

    his or her past experience
  64. make visual or verbal contact with the primary officer to determine what type of assistance is needed.

    be quiet and minimize flashlight use.
  65. Perception
  66. such as prisoner transport, involuntary committals, and juvenile status offenses.
  67. vital
  68. for longer than 30 days.
  69. may fluctuate, which can make the radio message difficult to understand.
  70. continuous cycle that reassesses and solves problems within the community.
  71. history
  72. the officer must maintain physical control of the prisoner.
  73. observational
  74. you can intercept a weapon before the individual uses it.
  75. is an integral part of patrolling.
  76. clear speech
  77. ten or numeric
  78. establish a plan to search and secure the building.
  79. "Be On the Look Out".
  80. they must notify dispatch.
  81. the need for a perimeter and necessary resources.
  82. Reactive patrol
  83. Stress
  84. a list of possible matches will be returned.
  85. alphanumeric
  86. Proactive patrol
  87. Maintain visual contact with the suspect.
    Stay alert to potential resistance or threats.
    Approach the suspect cautiously.
    Ensure that you keep a safe distance between yourself and the suspect.
    Observe the suspect's position and body movements for indications of flight or assault.
    Continuously scan for weapons.
  88. do not be distracted by a few elements; observe the entire scene before making a judgment.
  89. may hinder the investigative process.
  90. response
  91. run a criminal justice database check for outstanding warrants, criminal history, and any additional information to include in the BOLO.
  92. professionalism
  93. Before
  94. protocol
  95. observation
  96. Post-traumatic stress disorder
  97. 24/7
  98. depends on the agency's accuracy when entering the information.
  99. with minimal resources, usually at least two officers.
  100. you should respond and confirm that you are en route.
  101. Any illegally possessed contraband must be seized and marked in the same manner as other evidence.
    Perform a custodial search using proper techniques.
    Inform suspects that they are under arrest.
    Ask suspects if they understand the charges.
    If custodial questioning is necessary, you must issue the Miranda warning.
    Properly handcuff suspects before searching for weapons or contraband.
    Inform suspects of the reason for the arrest.
  102. by the nature of the incident.
  103. is correct, from the spelling of suspects' names to the laws they violated.
  104. is also recorded into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
  105. Health-related
  106. NCIC
  107. stop
  108. 30
  109. CJNet
  110. buttonhook (wraparound)
  111. perimeter
  112. increase
  113. cause serious injury or death to you or others.
  114. natural or manmade obstructions.
  115. observation
  116. make an officer question his or her decisions.
    can cloud an officer's judgment
    can slow reaction time.
  117. the ability to observe activity in specific areas

    being visible to the public

    greater accessibility to the community

    the ability to closely investigate community concerns
  118. until the prisoner is received by facility staff.
  119. four
  120. refrain from transmitting on the designated channel (unless an emergency occurs) when an officer is dealing with a high priority case.
  121. the officer must provide the original report and supplemental documentation to the person at the agency responsible for making such data entries.
  122. to keep officers and the public safe.
  123. DHSMV
  124. support
  125. constantly changes.
  126. a person
  127. Chronic
  128. allow law enforcement agencies to develop long-term, proactive programs and strategies to address local problems.
  129. the accuracy, timeliness, and completeness of the records entered (into the FCIC/NCIC systems) and the removal of the information when it is no longer valid.
  130. causes
  131. phonetic-alpha
  132. should make an initial determination regarding the type of incident and the need for backup.
  133. fatal funnels
  134. Tunnel vision
  135. may be at higher risk for suicide.
  136. erratic work habits
    excessive worry
    excessive alcohol or drug use
    fatigue
    sleeping and eating disorders
    excessive accidents or injuries
    sudden behavioral changes
    complaints from peers or citizens
  137. person or property
  138. is recorded and subject to review under public records law.
  139. is negative.
  140. access information regarding criminal records, information regarding driving history,
    submit electronic reports to a supervisor,
    allow the officer to view and receive calls for service,
    to check in and out of service.
    receive dispatch information to minimize radio traffic.
  141. Hypervigilance
  142. close the door gently and quietly and be conscious of items on your person that make noise.
  143. NCIC
  144. establish another means of communication, which could require switching to another channel or calling dispatch to report the failure.
  145. non-life-threatening
  146. impair your ability to recognize auditory cues that indicate that a crime or incident is in progress.
  147. non-sworn
  148. law enforcement purposes only.
  149. person, vehicle, or property description or photograph

    location of the incident

    the subject's name and identifying information

    reason for the BOLO

    alleged violation or reason the subject is wanted

    last known mode and direction of travel
  150. officers must continuously travel through the patrol area and speak to people for short periods.
  151. brick walls

    automobile engine blocks

    steel

    thick wood

    dirt embankments

    concrete
  152. possible escape routes for the suspect
    the presence of other people
    the suspect's behavior
    the suspect's criminal history
    the possible presence of weapons
  153. Domestic
  154. immediately identify cover and concealment areas.
  155. Roll call
  156. Watch the suspect for unusual actions, especially hand movements.

    Maintain cover and wait for assistance of backup officers before approaching the subject.
  157. an extended vacation

    participation in non-law enforcement activities such as community organizations, religion, sports, and hobbies

    avoiding excessive amounts of fat, sugar, caffeine, and alcohol

    getting seven to nine hours of sleep a night

    getting regular physical exercise
  158. phonetic-alpha
  159. intelligence-led policing
  160. Environmental
  161. NLETS
  162. direct
  163. DOACS
  164. Department of Corrections
  165. dispatch
  166. dimly lit objects

    visual defects like nearsightedness and farsightedness

    lighting from sources like streetlights or fluorescent lamps

    darkness
  167. officers should decide whether to contact the suspect immediately or wait for backup.
  168. BOLO
  169. dependent on proper microphone techniques.
  170. privacy
  171. Driver and Vehicle Information Database (DAVID)
  172. FALCON
  173. prior to a building search.
  174. NLETS
  175. they should destroy it by shredding or burning.
  176. high-risk
  177. is any activity that is abnormal for a specific time of day in a particular area.
  178. but will train their officers to use the language they use.
  179. Volume
  180. Short-term
  181. concealment
  182. How do you perceive the problem?

    How do those outside law enforcement perceive the problem?

    Have you identified a problem?

    Is the problem a law enforcement issue?

    How serious is the problem?
  183. facilitating calls for service

    law enforcement-related messages to other agencies within the state or another state

    vehicle, boat, and aircraft registration queries

    road condition and weather queries

    criminal records checks

    driver's license status and driver history

    hazardous material queries
  184. anyone from entering or leaving a secured area without being seen
  185. law enforcement representatives, government representatives, and community representatives.
  186. transport procedures should be adjusted as needed without compromising officer safety.
  187. that any call is routine.
  188. Fingerprinting
  189. life-threatening
  190. the officers and a canine unit if available.
  191. National Crime Information Center
  192. by studying
    by mentally rehearsing
    by regularly practicing safety procedures
  193. visual
  194. Long-term
  195. cover
  196. take immediate action in the event someone attempts to enter or leave the perimeter.
  197. Concealment
  198. should only occur if no other options are available.
  199. Signals
  200. a perceived threat
    real threat
    psychological response to a demanding situation or change
    physiological response to a demanding situation or change
  201. can lose its certification as an FCIC terminal site.
  202. FCC
  203. cover
  204. additional manpower, a helicopter, or canines.
  205. NLETS
  206. codes
  207. Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS)
  208. NLETS
  209. are allowed to make entries into the FCIC/NCIC systems.
  210. identical
  211. Acute
  212. DDACTS
  213. contact
  214. before
  215. who suffers from medical abnormality, mental illness, or effects of substance abuse.
  216. National Crime Information Center
  217. officers may use an earpiece to minimize eavesdropping.
  218. be directed to a safe location.
  219. clear
  220. FCIC/NCIC check has been conducted.
  221. dispatch
  222. the suicide rate among criminal justice professionals is higher than the amount of officers shot and killed in the line of duty.
  223. Observation
  224. backup
  225. Turn cell phone to silent mode.

    Maintain contact with dispatch throughout the incident.

    Avoid backlighting/silhouetting other officers.

    Scan the environment for potential threats.

    Secure the contents of your pockets and equipment on your duty belt.

    Use cover and concealment-vehicles, landscape, fencing, or shadows.
  226. encrypted
  227. logged and can be electronically retrieved upon request.
  228. Tallahassee Florida
  229. to identify items during a search or pat down
    to check for heat in tires or engines to determine if a vehicle was recently driven
  230. approach upon arrival.
  231. NLETS
  232. first developed and advanced the concept of problem-oriented policing (POP) in 1979, which is now called community-oriented policing (COP).
  233. of the charges against him or her.
  234. to stay together and search each room thoroughly before moving to the next.
  235. Self-induced
  236. three
  237. all
  238. dispatch console or base station
  239. evaluate the legal authority to pursue.
  240. the tape becomes part of public record under Florida's public records law.
  241. physical or emotional reaction to an event or situation.
  242. DAVID
  243. use a clear, concise tone and an even rate of speech.
  244. when the subject of the alert is accounted for.
  245. law enforcement
  246. FCIC
  247. in the performance of a patrol officer's duty.
  248. record the information provided by the dispatcher.
    you should respond with your assigned identification.
    you should respond with your current location
  249. call dispatch and provide the current location, destination, and beginning vehicle mileage.
  250. shrubs

    display cases

    fences
  251. upon your arrival at the call and request backup or any additional resources that are needed.
  252. the boundaries of the assigned area.
  253. tunnel vision
  254. training
  255. A combination of vehicle and foot
  256. as soon as possible
  257. misuses of criminal justice information.
  258. SARA
  259. contain the suspect(s) or area and keep people from entering into a potentially dangerous area.
  260. Florida Crime Information Center
  261. designate a radio channel for emergency traffic only.
  262. exception
  263. a potential threat until you or another officer determines their status.
  264. law/observational
  265. officers must strictly follow agency policies when conducting a records check.
  266. Cumulative or routine
  267. DAVID
  268. do not assume that your partner sees and hears everything you do.
  269. affect their personal lives and job performance.
  270. disciplinary action, decertification, or criminal charges.
  271. Contact and cover
  272. descriptions of missing or wanted persons

    areas needing extra patrol attention

    internet postings

    stolen property

    suspicious activity

    electronic messages

    photographs

    printed information

    verbal reports
  273. stolen property and wanted and missing persons.
  274. crisscross
  275. off
  276. verbal/legal