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  1. must
  2. voyeurism
  3. incapacitated
  4. conduct a criminal investigation, if necessary.
  5. remove a person from a caretaker's custody and control without a custody order.
  6. conduct
  7. he or she should consider the criminal conduct a public concern, not merely a private family matter.
  8. medical treatment for the victim immediately, if needed, with the victim's consent.
  9. 16
  10. sexual battery
  11. defective
  12. is
  13. interview the primary caregiver and obtain a statement regarding the allegations.
  14. Domesticated
  15. provide evidence and information to further the sexual battery investigation.
  16. 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.
  17. forensic report and medical report, as well as a criminal report.
  18. may not be obvious.
  19. kidnapping
  20. may not be able to apprehend the suspect or be afraid the assailant will take revenge.
  21. caregiver
  22. must not
  23. is
  24. Interference with custody
  25. disabled adult or elderly person
  26. statutory and federal violation.
  27. the penetration of the female sex organ by the male sex organ.
  28. 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
  29. Exploitation
  30. can
  31. crisis-intervention and recovery services, advocacy, and medical intervention.
  32. determine the relationship between the suspect and victim to protect the person from further abuse by physically separating the victim and the suspect.
  33. Luring or enticing a child
  34. 16
  35. further victimization during the investigation and in subsequent courtroom proceedings.
  36. exploitation
  37. 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.
  38. Lacks capacity to consent
  39. sexual history nor the victim's consent are defenses to the crime charged.
  40. unlawful
  41. with or without a criminal investigation.
  42. elderly person
  43. learn the victim's age and consider what you know about the child's mental capacity.
  44. 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
  45. Broadcast
  46. 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.
  47. arranging for a sexual battery exam, collecting clothing, and notifying a sex crime investigator.
  48. imaging
  49. contact your supervisor and determine the best method for removing the victim.
  50. caregiver
  51. unlawful
  52. neglect
  53. 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.
  54. body
  55. 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.
  56. 13
  57. exhibition
  58. 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?
  59. Care, supervision, and services
  60. battery
  61. accusatory questions that insinuate willingness or blame on the victim's part.
  62. discarding any clothing or feminine products on their person during or after sexual battery.

    using the restroom.
  63. supervisor
  64. without
  65. people's lives and lifestyle choices
  66. keep an open mind and determine the intent of any suspects allegedly interfering with a parent's custody of their child.
  67. DCF
  68. Facility
  69. molestation
  70. contact.
  71. disabled adult
  72. Without
  73. vulnerable
  74. voyeurism
  75. exploitation
  76. must not
  77. disabled adult or elderly person
  78. incest
  79. conducting an initial investigation to determine if a crime has occurred, and if so, which crime.
  80. Kidnapping
  81. intelligent, knowing, and voluntary consent and does not include coerced submission.
  82. aggravated abuse
  83. transportation of victims of sexual battery to an appropriate medical facility or rape crisis center.
  84. 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.
  85. his or her own financial gain
  86. child abuse and you need to immediately contact the DCF.
  87. significance of collecting and maintaining evidence, even if the victim is uncertain if they want to prosecute at the time of the initial investigation.
  88. interference with custody
  89. abuse
  90. primary caregiver
  91. victim of sexual battery and exempts the victim from Florida public records law.
  92. security while the DCF investigator conducts his or her social services investigation.
  93. Kidnapping
  94. visible injuries or the lack thereof, and the way the involved parties act.
  95. abuse
  96. False imprisonment
  97. take action to protect the victim.
  98. luring or enticing
  99. exploitation
  100. animal abuse is also present.
  101. contact the Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE for additional resources.
  102. presence
  103. voyeurism
  104. 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


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  105. treat the entire area as a crime scene.
  106. should
  107. false imprisonment