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  1. The suspect in __________ may be a noncustodial parent or other adult housing a runaway under the assumption that he or she is assisting a child in need.
  2. It is __________ for a person, in violation of a court order, to lead, take, entice, or remove a minor beyond the limits of this state, with personal knowledge of the order.
  3. To establish probable cause for lewd or lascivious behavior, indecent assault or act upon or in the presence of a child, or sexual battery, document that the victim was less than the age of __________ years and the suspect did any of the following: made an assault and/or battery upon the victim in a lewd, lascivious, or indecent manner, or handled or fondled the victim in a lewd, lascivious, or indecent manner; committed upon the victim, forced, or enticed the victim to commit: actual or simulated sexual intercourse, deviate sexual intercourse, sexual bestiality, masturbation, sadomasochistic abuse, actual lewd exhibition of the genitals, or any act or conduct which simulated that sexual battery was being or would be committed on the victim; committed an act upon or with the victim in which the sexual organ of the suspect or victim penetrated or had union with the anus, vagina, or mouth of the victim or suspect; committed an act upon the victim in which the anus or vagina of the victim was penetrated by an object; or knowingly committed a lewd or lascivious act in the presence of the victim.
  4. A caregiver might be diverting the disabled adult or elderly person's pension or Social Security funds for _____________.
  5. Consent means
  6. The law authorizes DCF investigators to
  7. When you determine an incident shows signs of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a disabled adult or elderly person,
  8. __________ conducting an interview (at a child abuse or neglect call), find out from the victim what happened, observe any injuries to the victim or other household members, and immediately determine whether anyone needs medical treatment.
  9. Documenting sexual battery includes a
  10. Abuse of a(n) ______________ is any willful or threatened act by a caregiver that significantly impairs or is likely to impair a vulnerable adult's physical, mental, or emotional health.
  11. In a sexual battery, consider the existence of at least two crime scenes; one is the __________ of the victim and the other is the location(s) of the sexual battery.
  12. At a child abuse or neglect call, interview the __________ and obtain a statement regarding the allegations of child abuse or neglect. This is a preliminary interview to lock in a statement, dismiss any retalitory accusations, or establish a suspect's identity.
  13. Mentally __________ describes a person suffering from a mental disease or defect that renders that person temporarily or permanently incapable of appraising the nature of his or her conduct.
  14. A(n) ___________ is a person 18 years of age or older who suffers from a condition of physical or mental incapacitation due to a developmental disability, organic brain damage or mental illness, or who has one or more physical or mental limitations that restrict the person's ability to perform the normal activities of daily living.
  15. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call, you __________ photograph the victim and/or his or her living area.
  16. If you determine the sexual battery offender is a family member or custodian of a child, this is
  17. Sexual intercourse is
  18. Kidnapping is both a
  19. To establish probable cause for __________ of an elderly person or a disabled adult, document that at the time, the victim was an elderly person or a disabled adult. The suspect was a caregiver for the victim and the suspect willfully or by culpable negligence failed or omitted to provide the victim with the care, supervision, and services necessary to maintain the victim's physical or mental health, or failed to make a reasonable effort to protect the victim from abuse, neglect, or exploitation by another person.
  20. Florida Statues require some individuals to immediately report suspicion or knowledge of a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation by a caregiver, legal custodian, or other person responsible for the person's welfare to the _____________ by calling the Abuse Hotline.
  21. The Sexual Battery Victims' Access to Services Act provides victims of sexual battery access to
  22. To establish probable cause for __________, document that the victim was the son or daughter of the suspect. The suspect married the victim or had sexual intercourse with the victim. At the time of the marriage or sexual intercourse, the suspect knew the victim was his or her son or daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, niece, or nephew.
  23. In the statutory elements of video voyeurism, the viewing, broadcast, or recording of the victim was __________ the knowledge and/or consent of the victim.
  24. If someone confines a child who is younger than __________ without the consent of the parent or guardian, that confinement is against the child's will.
  25. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call,
  26. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call, your job will be to
  27. Discourage the victim of sexual battery from
  28. It __________ common for a juvenile to give false information to adults to gain access to a home and/or stay for a period without the juvenile's parents having knowledge of the situation.
  29. When evaluating neglect situations of a disabled adult or elderly person, it is important to reserve judgment about _________.
  30. Prior to conducting any interview with a victim of child abuse, contact your __________ to determine if assistance is required from an investigative unit.
  31. ___________ occurs when the suspect forcibly, by threat, or secretly confines, abducts, imprisons, or restrains another person without lawful authority and against his or her will with any purpose other than those referred to in kidnapping.
  32. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call, your responsibilities include
  33. Sexting occurs when
  34. Mentally __________ means that a person is temporarily incapable of appraising or controlling his or her conduct due to the influence of a narcotic, anesthetic, or intoxicating substance administered to that person without his or her consent, or due to any other act committed upon that person without his or her consent.
  35. Lewd or lascivious __________ occurs when a person intentionally touches in a lewd or lascivious manner the breasts, genitals, genital area, or buttocks, or the clothing covering them, of a person less than 16 years of age, or forces or entices a person less than 16 years of age to touch the offender so.
  36. Lewd or lascivious __________ occurs when a person intentionally touches a person less than 16 years of age in a lewd or lascivious manner, or solicits a person less than 16 years of age to commit a lewd or lascivious act.
  37. __________ occurs when a person intentionally lures or entices, or attempts to lure or entice, a child less than 12 years of age into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for other than lawful purposes.
  38. __________ is electronically transmitting a visual image with the intent that another person views it.
  39. Only medical personnel may perform a physical and sexual battery examination, which may later
  40. When you respond to an incident involving any kind of abuse or exploitation of a disabled adult or elderly person, be prepared to
  41. What are some sexual battery enhanced penalties?
  42. Union means
  43. __________ is any location providing day or residential care or treatment for elderly persons or disabled adults. This term may include, but is not limited to, any hospital, training center, state institution, nursing home, assisted living facility, adult family-care home, adult day care center, group home, mental health treatment center, or continuing care community.
  44. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call, be aware and document information about
  45. Statute protects the identity of a
  46. Lewd or lascivious __________ occurs when a person intentionally masturbates, exposes the genitals in a lewd or lascivious manner, or commits any other sexual act that does not involve actual physical or sexual contact with the victim. This includes, but is not limited to, sadomasochistic abuse, sexual bestiality, or the simulation of any act involving sexual activity in the presence of a victim who is less than 16 years of age.
  47. Do not ask the sexual battery victim
  48. The difference between interference with custody and luring or enticing a child is that __________ requires the suspect to have an unlawful intention for luring or enticing the child to commit other crimes.
  49. A(n) __________ adult is a person 18 years of age or older whose ability to perform the normal activities of daily living or to provide for his or her own care or protection is impaired due to a mental, emotional, sensory, long-term physical, or developmental disability or dysfunction, brain damage, or the infirmities of aging.
  50. At a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call,
  51. Often, if there is child abuse in the home,
  52. When responding to a sexual battery case, obtain
  53. Agency policies and procedures should be followed when
  54. Reporters to the DCF's Abuse Hotline __________ remain anonymous.
  55. To establish probable cause for video __________, document whether the subject: intentionally used or installed an imaging device to secretly view, broadcast, or record the victim for his or her own amusement, entertainment, sexual arousal, gratification, profit, or for the purpose of degrading or abusing the victim; intentionally permitted the use or installation of an imaging device to secretly view, broadcast, or record the victim for the amusement, entertainment, sexual arousal, gratification, or profit of another or on behalf of another; or viewed the body of or the undergarments worn by the victim by using an imaging device.
  56. It is important that you counsel the sexual battery victim on the
  57. If you cannot establish where the (disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation) incident occurred,
  58. ___________ occurs when the suspect, without lawful authority, knowingly or recklessly takes or entices any child less than 18 years of age from the custody of its parent, guardian or other lawful custodian.
  59. Signs of abuse or exploitation of a disabled adult or elderly person
  60. conducting the child's interview (at a child abuse or neglect call),
  61. To establish probable cause for __________ upon a person 12 years of age or older, document that the victim was 12 years of age or older, and the act was committed without the consent of the victim. The suspect committed an act upon or with the victim in which the sexual organ of the suspect or victim penetrated or had union with the anus or vagina of the victim or suspect, or the suspect committed an act with an object that penetrated the anus or vagina of the victim.
  62. In order for a crime to be kidnapping, the confinement, abudction, or imprisonment __________ be slight, inconsequential, or merely incidental to the felony.
  63. Section 415.1034, F.S., outlines that some individuals are legally required to report abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a disabled adult or elderly person.
  64. In order for a crime to be kidnapping, the confinement, abduction, or imprisonment __________ have some significance independent of the felony in that it makes the felony substantially easier to commit or substantially lessens the risk of detection.
  65. Section 39.202, F.S., outlines that some individuals are legally required to provide their names when reporting child abuse, abandonment, or neglect.
  66. Florida Statutes require all individuals to
  67. __________ of a disabled adult or elderly person occurs when the suspect's intent is to deprive the person of the use, benefit, or possession of the funds, assets, or property, or to benefit someone other than the disabled adult or elderly person temporarily or permanently.
  68. You may have cause for concern when the ___________ withholds needed care or items from a disabled adult or elderly person.
  69. __________ necessary to maintain the elderly person's or disabled adult's physical and mental health include, but are not limited to, food, nutrition, clothing, shelter, supervision, medicine, and medical services that a prudent person would consider essential for the well-being of the elderly person or disabled adult.
  70. __________ occurs when an elderly person or disabled adult lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate reasonable decisions concerning his or her person or property. This impairment may occur because of mental illness, developmental disability, organic brain disorder, physical illness or disability, chronic use of drugs, chronic intoxication, short-term memory loss, or other causes.
  71. When establishing probable cause for __________ of a disabled adult or elderly person, document that the victim was an elderly person or a disabled adult, and the suspect knowingly used deception or intimidation to obtain, use, or attempt to obtain or use, the victim's funds, assets, or property, and did so with the intent to deprive the victim temporarily or permanently of the use, benefit, or possession of his or her funds, assets, or property to benefit someone other than the victim. In addition, the suspect knew or reasonably should have known the victim did not have the capacity to consent at the time.
  72. In response to a disabled adult or elderly person abuse, neglect, or exploitation call, your primary responsibility is to provide
  73. __________ occurs when the suspect forcibly, secretly, or by threat confines, abducts, or imprisons another person against his or her will.
  74. What questions should you ask the sexual battery victim during the initial interview?
  75. When establishing probable cause for __________ of a disabled adult or elderly person, document that at the time, the victim was an elderly person or a disabled adult and the suspect knowingly or willfully: inflicted physical or psychological injury upon the victim, committed an intentional act that could reasonably be expected to result in physical or psychological injury to the victim, or actively encouraged another person to commit an act that resulted in or could reasonably have been expected to result in physical or psychological injury to the victim.
  76. A(n) _________ is a person 60 years of age or older who is suffering from the infirmities of aging as showed by advanced age or organic brain damage, or other physical, mental, sensory, or emotional dysfunction, to the extent that the ability of the person to provide adequately for the person's own care or protection is impaired.
  77. Due to the nature of the DCF investigation, you will be able to
  78. Sexual battery victims fear
  79. If a disabled adult or elderly person is not in immediate danger,
  80. To establish probable cause for __________, document that the suspect had no lawful authority and that the suspect forcibly, secretly, by threat confined, abducted, or imprisoned the victim against his or her will. In addition, the suspect acted with intent to do at least one of the following: hold for ransom or reward as a shield of hostage, commit or help with the commission of a felony, inflict bodily harm upon or to terrorize the victim or another person, or interfere with the performance of any governmental or political function.
  81. If you are conducting an investigation of abuse or neglect of a disabled adult or elderly person prior to DCF notification,
  82. Lewd or lascivious __________ involves engaging in sexual activity with a person 12 years of age or older but less than 16 years of age; or encouraging, forcing, or enticing any person less than 16 years of age to engage in sadomasochistic abuse, sexual bestiality, prostitution, or any other act involving sexual activity.
  83. You are required to provide or arrange
  84. DCF can conduct its investigation (of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of an elderly person or a disabled adult)
  85. A(n) __________ device is any mechanical, digital, electronic viewing device; still camera, camcorder, or motion picture camera; or any other instrument, equipment, or format capable of recording, storing, or transmitting visual images of another person.
  86. In the __________ of means the victim saw, heard, or otherwise sensed the act was taking place.
  87. Interference with custody is a felony, yet statute recognizes
  88. To establish probable cause for __________ of an elderly person or disabled adult, document that at the time, the victim was an elderly person or a disabled adult and that the suspect did at least one of the following: committed aggravated battery upon the victim, willfully tortured the victim, maliciously punished the victim, willfully and unlawfully caged the victim, and/or knowingly or willfully abused the victim and in so doing caused great bodily harm, permanent disability, or permanent disfigurement.
  89. __________ is the process of the local court recognizing and adopting an out-of-state or county court order to be in effect within the local jurisdiction through a petition process.
  90. For lewd or lascivious behavior, indecent assault or act upon or in the presence of a child, or sexual battery, neither the victim's
  91. If a disabled adult or elderly person is in immediate danger,
  92. If an interference with custody suspect reasonably believed that
  93. To establish probable cause for __________, document the fact that the suspect had no lawful authority and that the suspect forcibly, secretly, and by threat confined, abducted, imprisoned, and/or restrained the victim against his or her will.
  94. When investigating an interference with custody,
  95. A sexual battery victim may feel that law enforcement
  1. a must not
  2. b contact.
  3. c contact the Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE for additional resources.
  4. d contact your supervisor and determine the best method for removing the victim.
  5. e interview the primary caregiver and obtain a statement regarding the allegations.
  6. f Kidnapping
  7. g Have you used the restroom or showered since the attack?

    Exactly what happened?

    Did the suspect display a weapon?

    Do you know the suspect?

    Were there any witnesses present?

    What did the suspect look like? (physical and clothing description)

    Is any property missing?

    Have you changed clothing since the attack? If yes, where are those clothes?

    What did the supect say?

    Where did the sexual battery occur?

    When did the sexual battery occur?
  8. h identify all parties and their relationships to one another, including caregivers, or guardians, and ask preliminary questions to identify victims, witnesses, and suspects to determine allegations make by the complainant.

    view the living conditions (of the disabled adult or elderly person) after asking to see the living area, bedroom, or sleeping area, and by observing the person's hygiene.
  9. i determine the relationship between the suspect and victim to protect the person from further abuse by physically separating the victim and the suspect.
  10. j Interference with custody
  11. k can
  12. l exhibition
  13. m vulnerable
  14. n remove a person from a caretaker's custody and control without a custody order.
  15. o treat the entire area as a crime scene.
  16. p is
  17. q sexual battery
  18. r statutory and federal violation.
  19. s medical treatment for the victim immediately, if needed, with the victim's consent.
  20. t may not be obvious.
  21. u presence
  22. v people's lives and lifestyle choices
  23. w voyeurism
  24. x incest
  25. y discarding any clothing or feminine products on their person during or after sexual battery.

    using the restroom.
  26. z conduct a criminal investigation, if necessary.
  27. aa with or without a criminal investigation.
  28. ab exploitation
  29. ac take action to protect the victim.
  30. ad sexual history nor the victim's consent are defenses to the crime charged.
  31. ae child abuse and you need to immediately contact the DCF.
  32. af false imprisonment
  33. ag visible injuries or the lack thereof, and the way the involved parties act.
  34. ah False imprisonment
  35. ai health professional or mental health professional

    state, county, or municipal criminal justice employee or law enforcement officer

    employee of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation conducting inspections of public lodging establishments

    physician, osteopathic physician, medical examiner, chiropractic physician, nurse, paramedic, emergency medical technician, or hospital personnel engaged in admission, examination, care, or treatment

    practitioner who relies solely on spiritual means for healing

    Florida advocacy council member or long-term care ombudsman or council member

    bank, savings and loan, or credit union officer, trustee, or employee

    nursing home staff, assisted living facility staff, adult day care center staff, adult family-care home staff, social worker, or other professional adult care, residential, or institutional staff
  36. aj there are times when an adult may step in to assist a child in need, offering several defenses to mitigate the actions of an adult accused of interfering with custody.
  37. ak forensic report and medical report, as well as a criminal report.
  38. al unlawful
  39. am must
  40. an he or she should consider the criminal conduct a public concern, not merely a private family matter.
  41. ao his or her own financial gain
  42. ap significance of collecting and maintaining evidence, even if the victim is uncertain if they want to prosecute at the time of the initial investigation.
  43. aq crisis-intervention and recovery services, advocacy, and medical intervention.
  44. ar report to the DCF any suspicion or knowledge of child abuse, neglect, or abandonment by a parent, legal custodian, caregiver, or other person responsible for the child's welfare by calling the Abuse Hotline.
  45. as accusatory questions that insinuate willingness or blame on the victim's part.
  46. at 16
  47. au conduct
  48. av Care, supervision, and services
  49. aw intelligent, knowing, and voluntary consent and does not include coerced submission.
  50. ax conducting an initial investigation to determine if a crime has occurred, and if so, which crime.
  51. ay 13
  52. az Without
  53. ba body
  54. bb disabled adult or elderly person
  55. bc caregiver
  56. bd defective
  57. be Facility
  58. bf committing unnatural and lascivious act

    exposure of sexual organs in a vulgar or indecent manner

    sexual battery upon a person 12 years of age or older, with specified circumstances

    sexual battery victim, less than 12 years of age

    unlawful sexual activity with certain minors

    sexual battery upon a person 12 years of age or older, with great force
  59. bg Exploitation
  60. bh aggravated abuse
  61. bi abuse
  62. bj his or her actions were necessary to prevent the child from being seriously injured or did not have any intent to harm the health, safety, or welfare of the child, the court will consider that belief to be a valid defense.
  63. bk DCF
  64. bl interference with custody
  65. bm victim of sexual battery and exempts the victim from Florida public records law.
  66. bn physician, osteopathic physician, medical examiner, chiropractic physician, nurse, or hospital personnel engaged in the admission, examination, care, or treatment

    practitioner who relies solely on spiritual means for healing

    judge

    school teacher or other school official or personnel

    social worker, day care center worker, or other professional child care, foster care, residential, or institutional worker

    law enforcement officer

    health or mental health professional


    Incorrect
  67. bo further victimization during the investigation and in subsequent courtroom proceedings.
  68. bp supervisor
  69. bq may not be able to apprehend the suspect or be afraid the assailant will take revenge.
  70. br disabled adult
  71. bs primary caregiver
  72. bt kidnapping
  73. bu the penetration of the female sex organ by the male sex organ.
  74. bv incapacitated
  75. bw a minor who uses a computer or any electronic device, such as cell phones, to transmit or distribute a nude photograph or video to another minor regardless of whether the minors consented to the act.
  76. bx use much of the information from the DCF investigator in a criminal investigation to prove the elements of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of an elderly person or a disabled adult.
  77. by animal abuse is also present.
  78. bz Luring or enticing a child
  79. ca neglect
  80. cb imaging
  81. cc Domesticated
  82. cd elderly person
  83. ce learn the victim's age and consider what you know about the child's mental capacity.
  84. cf keep an open mind and determine the intent of any suspects allegedly interfering with a parent's custody of their child.
  85. cg transportation of victims of sexual battery to an appropriate medical facility or rape crisis center.
  86. ch molestation
  87. ci security while the DCF investigator conducts his or her social services investigation.
  88. cj Broadcast
  89. ck should
  90. cl luring or enticing
  91. cm arranging for a sexual battery exam, collecting clothing, and notifying a sex crime investigator.
  92. cn provide evidence and information to further the sexual battery investigation.
  93. co without
  94. cp battery
  95. cq Lacks capacity to consent