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  1. abuse
  2. cannot
  3. is not
  4. promoting a sexual performance by a child
  5. the victim's rights packet, which explains options for problem resolution or a possible course of action.
  6. Credible
  7. occurs
  8. includes
  9. if the suspect is a person who has familial or custodial authority.
  10. deadly
  11. 16
  12. testify in court.
  13. Simulated
  14. felony battery
  15. 18
  16. aggravated battery or an additional or separate offense.
  17. can be as harmful as child abuse.
  18. aggravated stalking as the suspect progresses to more possessive and controlling behavior.
  19. Child neglect
  20. Harassment
  21. injury resulting from the use of a deadly weapon

    sprain, dislocation, or cartilage damage, bone or skull fracture, brain or spinal cord damage, intracranial hemorrhage, or injury to another internal organic

    permanent or temporary disfigurement, permanent or temporary loss or impairment of a body part or function

    asphyxiation, suffocation, or drowning

    burns or scalding, cuts, lacerations, punctures, or bites
  22. Performance
  23. with or without a criminal investigation.
  24. 12; 18
  25. contact the abuse hotline 1-800-96-ABUSE to mobilize additional resources.
  26. determine if the child is in immediate danger.
  27. An assault
  28. conduct
  29. threat of continued violence exists if you do not make an arrest.
  30. of stalking victims report.
  31. assault
  32. suspect
  33. probable cause, which may consist of physical evidence and/or sworn statements.
  34. requires
  35. outcry
  36. battery
  37. appears overly affectionate (inappropriate) or withdrawn

    exhibits inappropriate sexual behavior

    startles easily

    acts violently or aggressively

    cries uncontrollably

    wary of adult contact

    fears remaining at home, or returning to the home
  38. Willfully"
  39. does not commit child neglect under Florida law.
  40. to conduct a criminal investigation if warranted.
  41. battery.
  42. 65
  43. Sadomasochistic abuse
  44. Sexual bestiality
  45. physically separate the child and the suspect to determine the relationship between the suspect and victim to protect the child from further abuse.
  46. another crime such as sexual battery, aggravated assault, or murder.
  47. protect the identity of the reporter or complainant during a child abuse or neglect investigation.
  48. Abandonment
  49. 21; 16
  50. Promote
  51. Assault; a battery
  52. remain anonymous when surrendering an infant.remain anonymous when surrendering an infant.
  53. complainant
  54. requires
  55. abuse
  56. identify
  57. 7
  58. aggravated stalking
  59. complainant and/or the outcry witness
  60. is
  61. officer, firefighter, or EMS provider
  62. Culpable
  63. using a child in a sexual performance, and knew the character and content of the performance
  64. requires
  65. is
  66. 794; 800; 827
  67. touched, struck, or attempted to touch or strike the victim against his or her will by throwing, tossing, or expelling blood, saliva, chewed food, seminal fluid, urine, or feces at the victim.
  68. stranger.
  69. Mental
  70. unlawful sexual activity with certain minors

    sexual battery, victim 12 years of age or older, specified circumstances

    sexual battery, victim 12 years of age or older, great force

    committing unnatural and lascivious act

    sexual battery, person 12 years of age or older

    exposure of sexual organs in a vulgar or indecent manner

    sexual battery, victim less than 12 years of age
  71. six/15
  72. the age of the victim

    the mental and physical capacity of the victim

    the threat or use of a deadly weapon

    the type of injuries received

    the type of force used
  73. aggravated battery
  74. Legal
  75. Determine if the victim desires prosecution or if the state will prefer charges.

    Photograph the scene.

    What instrument was used to commit the crime?

    Are there witnesses to the crime?

    Effect the arrest or file an at-large affidavit, per policy.

    Collect statements from involved parties and witnesses.

    Determine if the physical evidence supports statements collected.

    Who is the victim and what is their relationship to the suspect?

    Complete paperwork detailing all the known facts.

    Do the domestic violence or special classification of crimes apply?
  76. Culpable
  77. possession of material including sexual conduct by a child, with intent to promote
  78. Caregiver
  79. battery
  80. a failure to use ordinary care for others.
  81. contact your supervisor and determine the best method for removing the child.
  82. direct contact with a person in the community or through dispatch.
  83. Stalking
  84. Aggravated stalking
  85. aggravated assault
  86. soliciting a child or a person believed to be a child for unlawful sexual conduct using a computer or devices
  87. Physical
  88. provide security while the DCF investigator conducts his or her social services investigation.
  89. the initial responding officer follow strict protocol during the initial contact and documentation.
  90. contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a child
  91. bona fide medical purposes.
  92. soliciting a child or a person believed to be a child for unlawful sexual conduct using a computer or devices
  93. Legal
  94. contributing to a child becoming a delinquent or dependent child, or a child in need of services
  95. After
  96. an officer's responsibilities include conducting an initial investigation to determine if a crime has occurred, and if so, which crime.
  97. arrest a suspect for a battery.
  98. inflicting or allowing physical, mental, or emotional injury

    exposing a child to an illegal controlled substance

    engaging in violent behavior that demonstrates a wanton disregard for the presence of a child and could reasonably result in serious injury to the child

    using mechanical devices, unreasonable restraint, or extended periods of isolation to control a child

    committing or allowing sexual battery, or lewd or lascivious acts

    negligently failing to protect a child from inflicted physical, mental, or sexual injury caused by acts of another

    abandoning a child

    allowing, encouraging, or forcing the sexual exploitation of a child

    allowing a child's sibling to die because of abuse or neglect
  99. Maliciously'
  100. is not
  101. There may be signs of mismanaging medication such as empty, unmarked, and outdated prescription bottles.

    Hazards in the home can include exposed wires and roach infestation.

    The child may exhibit poor personal hygiene, including soiled clothing, matted or lice-infested hair, odors, dirty nails or skin, and the presence of feces.

    A pale complexion and sunken eyes or cheeks can indicate dehydration and malnutrition.

    Signs of neglect in the home can be the absence of necessities such as food, water, and heat.

    Fragile skin, dry, sore mouth, apathy, lack of energy, and mental confusion can indicate dehydration.

    Victims can have bedsores, skin disorders, rashes, untreated injuries, or medical problems.

    Infants can have a bald spot on the back of their heads that indicates neglect.

    You may discover the lack of clean bedding or clothing, or the child wearing clothing inappropriate for the weather.

    If the child's size is inconsistent with his or her age, this may be a sign of malnutrition and hunger.
  102. escort
  103. aggravated child abuse
  104. stalking
  105. may not
  106. treat the entire area as a crime scene.
  107. child neglect without bodily harm
  108. child neglect with bodily harm
  109. a very tense atmosphere in the home

    unrealistic expectations

    inconsistent behaviors

    impulsive behaviors

    unreasonable discipline
  110. injunction
  111. stalking
  112. possession of material including sexual conduct by a child less than 18 years of age
  113. Sexual performance
  114. be to cause bodily injury to or end the life of a person.