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  1. Repeat violence
  2. loiter or prowl
  3. 6 months
  4. prejudice or discrimination.
  5. by or showing prejudice or discrimination.
  6. not be arrested for disorderly conduct unless other factors are present that would threaten the safety of the officer or others.
  7. Local law enforcement must verify vehicle and tag information.

    Local law enforcement has already activated a local or regional alert by contacting a media outlet in their own and surrounding jurisdictions.

    The law enforcement agency's investigation must conclude that the disappearance poses a credible threat to the person's welfare and safety.

    There must be a description of the vehicle, and a tag number to display on the Florida Department of Transportation dynamic message signs.

    There must be a clear indication of abduction.

    A local law enforcement agency must have entered the missing person into the Florida Crime Information Center and issued a statewide BOLO to other law enforcement/911 centers.
  8. appropriate report
  9. you and your agency
  10. merely being under the influence of an alcoholic beverage.
  11. make an arrest.
  12. written report.
  13. 60/59
  14. pro-arrest
  15. disorderly intoxication
  16. open house party
  17. A Child is Missing, Inc.
  18. totality of the circumstances
  19. the frequency and type of interaction must occur over time and on a continuous basis during the course of the relationship.

    the character of the relationship includes the expectation of affection or sexual involvement.
  20. FDLE
  21. Lifesaver
  22. hate crime.
  23. 26/26
  24. establish proof the motivation was prejudice or discrimination, and therefore a hate crime.
  25. NCMEC
  26. obtained from an elderly person's medicine cabinet

    smuggled or diverted from legitimate sources

    intercepted from legitimate sources

    manufactured and cultivated in clandestine laboratories and grow houses
  27. disorderly conduct
  28. Possession
  29. you are on duty.
  30. a bail determination
  31. indicate in the report and the arrest affidavit that a hate crime has been committed so the state attorney's office can apply for the appropriate penalty enhancements.
  32. 65
  33. 18
  34. disorderly conduct
  35. Make an initial determination of the type of incident.

    If applicable, obtain a description of any suspected abductors and other pertinent information.

    Obtain a description of the missing person including photographs and videotapes.

    Evaluate whether the circumstances of the child's disappearance meet AMBER, Silver, or Blue Alert criteria and other immediate community notification protocol, and discuss plan activation with your supervisor.

    Provide continuous, detailed, descriptive information to the communications unit for broadcast updates as you obtain new information.


    Record if the missing person has access to an online computer, cellular telephone, and pager.


    Secure and safeguard the area as a potential crime scene.


    Extend the search to surrounding areas including vehicles and other hidden places, and determine if surveillance or security cameras in the vicinity may have captured information about the disappearance; use additional resources to canvass the surrounding areas.


    Review sex-offender registries to determine if any such individuals live, work, or associate within the area of the child's disapperance.


    Continue to tell the communications unit about all appropriate developing information for broadcast updates.


    Prepare necessary reports and complete appropriate forms.
  36. disorderly conduct
  37. similar to domestic violence.
  38. s. 856.015, F.S.
  39. Stalking
  40. the defendant must have been so affected from the drinking of an alcoholic beverage as to have lost or been deprived of the normal control of his or her body, mental faculties, or both.
  41. the law enforcement agency's investigation must conclude the child's life is in danger.
  42. mules
  43. the Department of Children and Family (DCF)
  44. disorderly conduct
  45. prowling
  46. MEPIC/FDOT
  47. detailed description of child, abductor, or the vehicle to broadcast to the public.

    clear indication of abduction.
  48. Contact the nearest relatives to take care of personal issues if an arrest is made.
  49. also party to illegal activity.
  50. Consider the emotional state, use of physical stature for intimidation, and fearfulness of involved parties.

    Consider evidence or patterns of assault and coercion; include physical, sexual, and psychological abuse.

    Compare the victim, witness, and suspect's statements.

    Consider violent physical acts such as the following: Who damaged property? Who injured animals? Who ripped the phone from the wall? Does the injury fit the story of the person who claims self-defense?
  51. is
  52. Dating
  53. primary aggressor
  54. public
  55. Dating Violence
  56. control entry and exit points
  57. injunctions from another state or country (foreign), and can advise a victim to notify the local clerk of the court to re-issue the injunction in Florida if the victim is now residing in Florida.
  58. criminal
  59. breach of peace
  60. public conveyances

    U.S. Postal Service

    UPS

    private conveyances

    FedEx
  61. arrest
  62. CART
  63. Domestic Violence
  64. the community and knowing the location of sexual offenders, if the missing person is a child.


    by contacting dispatch with information gathered in the interviews to request a record check on the missing person.


    by questioning the complainant, family members, friends, business associates, teachers, school resource officers, visitors, and workers who regularly or periodically come to the home, school, or place of employment.
  65. children in the home
  66. did not make an arrest
  67. bring them within hearing distance of each other to explain the options available.
  68. two
  69. the suspect possessed a certain substance, the substance was a controlled substance, and the suspect had knowledge of the presence of the substance.
  70. an arrest based on probable cause, enforcement of a court order, or service of process in good faith arising from an alleged incident of domestic violence.
  71. allow the individual an opportunity to identify himself or herself and explain his or her presence and conduct.
  72. identify the person's zone of safety for his or her age, developmental, physical, and mental state.
  73. domestic violence
  74. initial
  75. Actual
  76. runaway children as is devoted to abducted children.
  77. cannot
  78. Elder
  79. The difference between disorderly conduct and disorderly intoxication is the element of _______.
  80. Silver
  81. 18
  82. arranging for transportation or safe haven

    seeking assistance from social service agencies

    acting on information provided on handouts covering domestic and dating violence and injunctions

    obtaining counseling
  83. doctor shop
  84. probable cause
  85. 26
  86. Confirm the person is in fact missing by conducting a thorough search of the house.

    Interview the person who made the initial report, and determine if the missing person has a history of running away.

    Identify the circumstances of the disappearance.

    Determine who last saw the missing person, when and where.

    If a child is missing, verify the child's custody status.

    Consider activating a patrol-vehicle-mounted video camera when approaching the scene to record vehicles, people, and anything else of note for later investigative review.

    Respond promptly to the scene of the report of a missing person.

    Interview the individuals who last had contact with the missing person.
  87. violence
  88. AMBER
  89. may not
  90. children's toys or other commodities.
  91. Act professionally at all times.

    The victim should be questioned sensitively.

    Assure the victims of your professional interest in serving justice.

    Remain discrete about requesting answers from distraught victims.

    Never belittle or make light of any situation.

    Remain vigilant in the execution of your duties.

    Ask the victim if he or she knows the reason for the victimization.
  92. warrant an arrest for loitering or prowling.
  93. primary aggressor
  94. CART
  95. MEPIC
  96. 16
  97. Homeless
  98. prejudice.
  99. criminal charge.
  100. Rights and Services
  101. state shall be intoxicated and endanger the safety of another person or property.


    state shall be intoxicated or drink any alcoholic beverage in a public place or conveyance and cause a public disturbance.
  102. dispels any alarms you have
  103. Blue
  104. loitering or prowling
  105. a missing, endangered, or abducted child.
  106. Repeat Violence