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  1. The officer obtains information about the incident from the interviewee
  2. A decision made by an individual to willingly seek a psychiatric evaluation for symptoms that may be due to a mental illness
  3. Unplanned, spontaneous statements that occur during or after a shocking event, or having suffered an injury, and may be relied upon for truthfulness
  4. Anything presented in a court of law to prove or disprove the existence of a fact
  5. Damages awarded in addition to actual damages when the defendant acted with recklessness, malice, or deceit
  6. Occurs when a person is chemically and physically dependent upon the substance to maintain normal functioning, not just of the central nervous systems but of all systems
  7. An acronym that stands for Be On the Look Out. A BOLO is a description of the suspect, the suspect's name, and any additional information that would help apprehend the suspect
  8. The oral, anal, or vaginal penetration by, or union with, the sexual organ of another; anal or vaginal penetration of another by any other object
  9. A part of the Fourteenth Amendment that expands the restrictions the Bill of Rights places on the federal government to state and local governments and states, "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges and immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property, without due process of law; nor deny any person within its jurisdiction of the equal protection of the laws."
  10. An unreasonable failure of the defendant to act in the duty he or she was obligated to perform
  11. A building or conveyance of any kind, including any attached porch, whether the building or conveyance is temporary or permanent, mobile or immobile, which has a roof over it and is designed to be occupied by people lodging therein at night
  12. A situation that is uncertain, difficult, or painful, especially when a person in crisis feels unprepared and pressured to take action or make a decision
  13. The items used by the defendant to commit the crime
  14. A solemn and formal declaration or assertion in place of an oath
  15. The ability to understand what someone is saying by watching the movement of the lips, the facial expressions, and the body language of the other speaker when he or she is talking
  16. A civil wrong in which the action or inaction of a person or entity violates the rights of another person or entity
  17. The types of cases in which the court can make decisions
  18. The part of statutory law that defines unacceptable behaviors and government prosecution of those who commit them
  19. Intrusive thoughts and impulses resulting in ritualistic behavior, such as an excessive need to count, excessively wash their hands, or an extreme need to avoid dirt
  20. An offense when a person did some act toward committing a crime that went beyond thinking or talking about it, or would have committed the crime except that the person failed or that someone or something prevented the person from committing it
  21. When a person or entity is held liable for the negligent actions of another person, even though the first person or entity was not directly responsible for the injury
  22. An unlawful interference with the fundamental rights of another person
  23. A word pronounced the same as another but differing in meaning, whether spelled the same way or not (there/their/theyâre, dear/deer, advise/advice, accept/except etc.)
  24. The exchange of messages, verbally and nonverbally, through signals or writing
  25. The part of the legal system responsible for enforcing punishments defined by the court system
  26. Anything written or printed which is offered to prove or disprove facts pertaining to a case in court
  27. When a person purposely does what the law declares to be a crime
  28. Explains how the officer resolved the situation or handled the obtained information
  29. A noncustodial meeting where information is obtained from a person
  30. Involves asking questions designed to reveal cognitive memory through the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch
  31. Structural damage sustained by the brain resulting in temporarily or permanently impaired brain function
  32. When an officer comes into voluntary contact with a citizen under circumstances in which a reasonable person would feel free to disregard the police and go about his or her business
  33. The part of the legal system responsible for the interpretation of laws
  34. When a law enforcement officer uses undue persuasion or fraudulent means to induce a person to commit a crime that he or she would not have otherwise committed; can be used as a legal defense
  35. Can be without laws or codes but still have an organizational structure; some examples include Haitian gangs, Jamaican Posse, and Asian Pride
  36. "a formal or informal ongoing organization, association, or group that has as one of its primary activities the commission of criminal or delinquent acts, and that consists of three or more persons who have a common name or common identifying signs, colors, or symbols and have two or more members who, individually or collectively, engage in or have engaged in a pattern of criminal street gang activity." Section 874.03, F.S.
  37. The person who transmits a message to a receiver (listener)
  38. The people and locations that make up the neighborhoods, institutions, and businesses in which an officer works
  39. The detailed chronological account of the incident
  40. A legal defense that is used when the accused does not possess the mental state required to commit a criminal offense because of a reasonably mistaken belief about the facts relating to the circumstances; not to be confused with diminished mental capacity or insanity
  41. The compulsive abuse of substances due to an uncontrollable physical or psychological craving for that substance
  42. A legal defense which recognizes that a criminal defendant will be judged on his or her present ability to assist counsel by participating in the criminal defense
  43. Rules of conduct derived from ethical values
  44. A civil proceeding in which the law enforcement agency asks the court to transfer ownership of property from the defendant to the government
  45. A written order that may be issued by a law enforcement officer in lieu of a physical arrest requiring a person accused of violating the law to appear in court at a specified date and time. It may only be used under limited circumstances for misdemeanor offenses, municipal or county ordinance violations, and criminal traffic violations.
  46. The principle that an officer may search a vehicle or other mobile conveyance without a warrant if there is probable cause to believe that the vehicle contains contraband or evidence of criminal activity
  47. A criminal or noncriminal act punishable by law
  48. Individual convictions about what is right and wrong based on religious beliefs, cultural roots, family background, personal experiences, laws, organizational values, professional norms, and political habits
  49. A Latin term meaning "something for something in return"
  50. Any sensory perceptions in which a person can see, hear, smell, taste, or feel something that is not there
  51. The standard used to determine if a criminal defendant is guilty and which holds that based on the facts of the case, there is no other reasonable explanation than that the defendant committed the crime
  52. A court order issued and signed by a judge that is initiated by one person in the absence of and without representation or notification of other parties
  53. Not in accordance with nature or with normal feelings or behavior
  54. The paragraphs in a police report containing specific details and pertinent information about an incident and the elements of the crime
  55. A mental, psychological, or physical disorder that impedes the completion of major life activities using traditional methods
  56. Any government intrusion into a place in which a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy
  57. The body of law that is formed by the decisions of the court system
  58. The federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities and requires public buildings and spaces to have equal opportunity for access
  59. A promise to tell the truth regarding an incident or occurrence
  60. A prospect (usually female) must have sex with one or more members of the gang to be initiated
  61. A physiological condition that causes someone to have difficulty in producing sound or understanding language
  62. A failure to use due or reasonable care in a situation that results in harm to another
  63. A wicked, lustful, or unchaste, licentious, or sensual intent on the part of the person doing the act and causing offense to one or more persons or substantially intruding upon the rights of others
  64. When an officer acts or purports to act in the performance of official duties under any law, ordinance, or regulation
  65. A section of the Florida Statutes that says an individual has "no duty to retreat when faced with imminent harm," "has the right to stand his or her ground," and may "meet force with force, including deadly force when he reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm." Section 776.013, F.S.
  66. An individual who aspires to become a gang member, but has not proven him- or herself and therefore not yet accepted into the gang
  67. Include caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working
  68. Any evidence that requires an inference or presumption to establish a fact
  69. A person who receives a message from a sender then acknowledges the message and provides feedback
  70. A sentence placing a person under the supervision of a probation officer for a specified length of time instead of in confinement
  71. Evidence which proves a fact without an inference or presumption and which, if true, conclusively establishes that fact
  72. A legal plea in which an individual does not accept or deny responsibility for the charges but agrees to accept punishment
  73. An organic, progressive mental disorder characterized by a loss of memory, an impairment of judgment and abstract thinking, and changes in personality
  74. An impression in a persons mind of an individual, people, or events based on experiences, biases, beliefs, assumptions, and observations; the process of organizing and attaching meaning to sensations, so that they can be interpreted
  75. A legal concept derived from the common law idea that the king and his agents can do no wrong, which is applied to governmental agencies and their employees to protect them from personal liability and from being named as defendants in a state civil lawsuit; as a law it includes a list of circumstances and requirements that must be met before the agency or employee can be sued in a state tort action
  76. Any force that is likely to cause great bodily harm or death under s. 776.06, F.S.
  77. The person who reports the crime or alleges that a crime has been committed
  78. The process of managing and resolving a dispute rationally and effectively by increased awareness and understanding of each party's concerns and how they can each reach an understanding
  79. A continual internal monologue that occurs when an individual evaluates events that are occurring
  80. The written laws enacted by Congress, state legislatures, or local governing authorities in response to a perceived need
  81. Intentionally, knowingly, and purposely
  82. A common legal term that describes the justifiable use of force that is necessary to protect oneself or the defense of others
  83. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature
  84. A common legal term describing a person's authority to take reasonable steps, including the use of force (except deadly force) to the extent that a person reasonably believes that it is necessary to protect his or her possessions from trespass or theft or to terminate these acts
  85. A person or entity which suffers an injury as a result of a crime
  86. A restriction of the manner, condition, or duration in which one can perform major life activities compared to non-impaired people
  87. The giving or receiving of the body for sexual activity for hire
  88. To repeat what the individual has heard by restating or paraphrasing the speaker's words
  89. A liability which arises in cases in which the officer committed an intentional or negligent tort in violation of the employing agency's orders or policies
  90. A person who meets ONE of the criteria listed in s. 874.03 (3), F.S.
  91. A rule that involves relying on the collective knowledge of other officers in taking law enforcement action
  92. Is an enhanced state of awareness or "being on guard" that impedes one's ability to relax and disengage from a stressful situation
  93. The presentation of a number of individuals, which may include a known suspect, to a victim or witness in a non-suggestive manner for the purpose of identification
  94. The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution
  95. A court order authorizing law enforcement to take the individual named on the warrant into custody to answer for charges specified in the warrant
  96. A motor vehicle, vessel, ship, aircraft, railroad vehicle or car, trailer, aircraft, or sleeping car
  97. A hearing loss of such severity that the individual must rely primarily on visual tools such as writing, gestures, sign language, and lipreading to communicate
  98. A permanent, verbal, or written record of a persons account of an incident or occurrence that may or may not be made under oath
  99. A severe anxiety disorder that develops after experiencing an extremely terrifying event
  100. The technical vocabulary of a particular profession that has meaning specific to people who work in that field
  101. The release of an inmate from a correctional institution prior to the end of the inmates court-imposed sentence
  102. Evidence that points to the suspect's or defendant's innocence in a trial
  103. Spouses, former spouses, persons related by blood or marriage, persons who are presently residing together as if a family, or who have resided together in the past as if a family, and persons who are parents of a child in common regardless of whether they have been married. With the exception of persons who have a child in common, the family or household members must be currently residing or have in the past resided together in the same single dwelling unit.
  104. A false statement made under oath which the person speaking does not believe to be true
  105. To engage in conduct directed at a specific person which causes substantial emotional distress to that person and serves no legitimate purpose
  106. Individuals initiated into a gang who usually participate in the gang's social and criminal activities
  107. An individual who is generally accepted by a gang and may participate in gang activities during a probationary period with hopes of becoming a full-fledged member
  108. A hunch or gut feeling based on law enforcement training and knowledge but is not an acceptable justification for interfering with someone's rights
  109. A building of any kind, either temporary or permanent, which has a roof over it, and the enclosed space of ground and outbuildings immediately surrounding that structure
  110. The continued use of a mind or physically altering substance that adversely affects an individual's social or occupational life and psychological or physical health
  111. Witness statements presented in court tending to prove or disprove facts about the case
  112. A rule which states that evidence obtained illegally by law enforcement cannot be used as evidence in court
  113. A functional loss of vision
  114. An act that that imposes criminal liability and that occurs when a person did not intend for a behavior to cause the resulting harm
  115. A group of words that contains a subject and a verb and expresses a complete thought
  116. The order of authority within an organization
  117. Written or oral facts that are stated under oath or penalty of perjury
  118. A person's Social Security number, official state-issued or United States-issued driver license or identification number, alien registration number, government passport number, employer or taxpayer identification number, Medicare or food assistance account number, bank account number, credit or debit card number, and medical records
  119. A behavior that follows the prescribed Law Enforcement Code of Ethics, which demonstrates good character and is marked by pride in self and career
  120. Individuals or a group of members that come to prison and realign themselves with traditional and non-traditional gangs
  121. A sworn, written statement by a law enforcement officer establishing certain facts and circumstances to justify an arrest; also called an arrest affidavit
  122. The physical resistance to effects of a substance that causes a user to need a larger amount of it to experience the desired effect
  123. The physical and mental symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or stopped
  124. A defendant who helped another person or persons commit or attempt to commit a crime and must be treated as if he or she had done all the things the other person or persons did
  125. The standards of conduct based on moral duties and virtues that are derived from the principles of right and wrong
  126. The area of law that pertains to the legal action that a person takes to resolve a private dispute with another person
  127. The reasonable and foreseeable activities that an employee does while carrying out the employer's business
  128. A law that provides substance abusers access to emergency services and temporary detention for evaluation and treatment either on a voluntarily or involuntarily basis
  129. A type of pervasive developmental disorder that is diagnosed in early childhood and continues throughout adulthood that is characterized by language and social development delay and selfregulating behaviors
  130. A deeply ingrained, non-psychotic, inflexible pattern of relating, perceiving, and behaving which can cause distress to the people around the individual with a personality disorder
  131. Any of the following offenses defined in Florida Statutes 776.08 - treason; murder; manslaughter; sexual battery; carjacking; homeinvasion robbery; robbery; burglary; arson; kidnapping; aggravated assault; aggravated battery; aggravated stalking; aircraft piracy; unlawful throwing, placing, or discharging of a destructive device or bomb; and any other felony which involves the use of threat or physical force or violence against any individual
  132. A physical and/or psychological dependence on a substance
  133. A stop made by an officer on the basis of a traffic infraction when there is not enough information for reasonable suspicion to make the stop but for the purpose of investigating other, more serious criminal activity
  134. Writing in normal continuous form
  135. Sometimes called "mission" or "work," the test of heart requires a gang prospect to commit a criminal act such as a drive-by shooting, assault or battery, robbery, graffiti, or burglary
  136. Occurs when an officer neglects to perform what the law or duty requires
  137. A rule that during a valid stop and frisk allows an officer to seize an item he or she readily recognizes as contraband even if it does not feel like a weapon
  138. Not officially gang members but are accepted to some degree. They participate on a limited basis in the gangs social and criminal activities
  139. A strong belief or feeling about a person, group, or subject, whether positive or negative, that is formed without reviewing all available facts or information
  140. Any mental disorder so severe that it prevents a person from having legal capacity and excuses that person from criminal or civil responsibility
  141. An offense in which a person commands, encourages, hires, or requests another person to engage in specific conduct which would constitute the commission of an offense or an attempt to commit the offense
  142. The liability incurred when an officer is found guilty of committing a crime and is sentenced to incarceration or other penalties
  143. A statement other than one made by the declarant while testifying at the trial or hearing, offered in evidence to prove the truth
  144. The communication in an organization that travels across employees on the same level within the chain of command
  145. A criminal offense committed within a state in which the maximum penalty is death or incarceration in a state correctional facility for more than one year
  146. A fixed and unvarying idea or opinion of a person, group, or subject
  147. A statute enacted by a municipal (city) or county government and which applies only within the jurisdiction of the governmental entity which created it, may be criminal or civil
  148. A defense that requires the person committing the act to reasonably believe that the only way to avoid death or great bodily harm to self or a third party is to commit the crime
  149. Sworn, as in a certified police officer
  150. Wrongfully, intentionally, and without legal justification or excuse, and with the knowledge that injury or damage will or may be caused to another person or the property of another person
  151. To communicate or cause to be communicated, words, images, or language by or through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication to a specific person, causing substantial emotional distress to that person and serving no legitimate purpose
  152. A person who can both receive and express information and interpret it effectively, accurately, and impartially
  153. Anything that is illegal to possess
  154. Certain emergencies, such as evidence destruction, an emergency scene, or fresh pursuit that justify a warrant-less entry
  155. The part of the criminal justice system responsible for the enforcement of and maintaining civil order
  156. Evidence that requires an inference or presumption to establish a fact
  157. A type of gang initiation where multiple members of the gang batter the prospective member for a predetermined length of time
  158. A written document prepared by a law enforcement officer that gives information about an event, situation, or person encountered by the officer
  159. Due to a well-respected or high ranking family member, a prospective member is initiated into a gang
  160. A link between the breach of duty and the harm caused
  161. Coping skills which allow an overstimulated individual to calm down and behave appropriately in his or her environment
  162. Is a lifelong condition characterized by slow intellectual developmental
  163. A person may legally use force to defend against the use of force by another. Chapter 776, F.S.
  164. When a person with authority grants power to another person
  165. Informal, nonstandard words often characterized by regional or specific group usage
  166. A failure to follow orders from superiors in the chain of command
  167. A person who has a panic disorder can experience an extreme panic attack with a racing heartbeat, sweating, tension, and a feeling that something terrible is about to happen
  168. The information that flows down through the supervision level to the lowest levels of the organization
  169. The level of justification needed to support a legal Terry stop or investigative detention where an officer can articulate the facts that support a suspicion of a law violation
  170. The objects obtained by the defendant as a result of committing a crime
  171. Community supervision in which a person is closely monitored and is more restrictive than probation or parole
  172. A person who meets TWO or more of the criteria listed in s. 874.03 (3), F.S.
  173. The legal, or illegal, therapeutic, or recreational intake of a substance that can lead to substance abuse
  174. The brief statements made during an interview which indicate that the officer hears what the person is saying and is inclined to hear more
  175. Any formal or informal association of individuals acting in concert or independently to advocate violence and/or the illegal disruption of the lawful activities of others; it can be domestic or international
  176. A work situation in which lewd jokes or offensive habits are acceptable
  177. A person who aids or contributes in committing or concealing a crime
  178. Anything of value intended to benefit the giver more than the receiver; something given to a person because of that persons position or authority
  179. Negative behavior toward a person or because of prejudice involving color, race, sex, age, religion, ethnic and national origin, handicap, and/or marital status
  180. The initial stage of the interviewing process
  181. Language expressed through tone of voice, facial expressions, gestures, and body language
  182. A law that provides persons with mental illness access to emergency services and temporary detention for psychiatric evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short-term community inpatient treatment
  183. An intense fear of a specific object or situation, such as a fear of heights, spiders, or leaving home
  184. Principled, value-based decision making practiced daily
  185. A false belief that is held in spite of obvious proof or evidence to the contrary
  186. Concludes the interview
  187. A suspect or defendant's claim that he or she was not present when the alleged act was committed
  188. A person believed to have committed a crime or offense
  189. The body of law that allows for the creation of public regulatory agencies
  190. Behavior that involves showing consideration, respect, and cooperation when interacting with others
  191. Occurs when a person feels that he or she needs drugs to cope with problems, function better in life, or feel happier and can lead to physical addiction
  192. A technique in which the interviewer acts as if he or she looks in a mirror and sees him- or herself as the interviewee
  193. Actual objects which may be offered to prove facts about a case in court
  194. A stop that may be made only if an officer has reasonable suspicion that the person stopped was committing, is committing, or is about to commit a law violation; also known as a Terry stop
  195. To deprive a person of his or her liberty by legal authority
  196. Not a specific crime but actions that include any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member by another
  197. An act that the law makes punishable
  198. A Latin term meaning the "body of the offense" which describes the principle that the officer must determine whether the elements of a criminal act are present and have probable cause to believe that the person to be charged committed the crime
  199. The principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable; the core beliefs or desires that guide or motivate attitudes and actions
  200. A legal doctrine that permits a law enforcement officer to arrest a fleeing suspect who crosses jurisdictional lines
  201. An expectation of a particular result, requiring a heightened mental state of intent to commit the act; proof that the suspect intentionally committed the act with a particular purpose or desire in mind
  202. A person who provides information in confidence about a crime, either from a sense of civic duty or in the expectation of some personal benefit or advantage, and whose identity is normally not disclosed until required by law
  203. A notion, statement, or belief about a person, group, or event that may or may not be factual
  204. The intent that is present when an intentional act harms an unintended second victim
  205. An awareness of one's own inner nature, character, abilities, motives and limitations which promotes self-control
  206. Any unmarried person under the age of 18 who has not been emancipated by order of the court and who has been found or alleged to be dependent, in need of services, or from a family in need of services; or any married or unmarried person who is charged with a violation of law occurring prior to the time that person reached the age of 18 years. Section 985.03(6), F.S.
  207. The actions and situations that could conflict with official responsibilities
  208. A fair probability or reasonable grounds to believe that a crime was committed, based on the totality of circumstances
  209. A person who has information about some element of the crime or about evidence or documents related to the crime and who may have heard statements or observed events before, during, or after the crime; a person who sees, knows, or vouches for something and makes a sworn statement about that information
  210. An offense in which a person maintains or assists an offender and while giving assistance knows that the offender committed the felony, and assists with the intent of helping the offender avoid or escape detection, arrest, trial, or punishment. Section 777.03, F.S.
  211. A situation in which the offender agreed, conspired, combined, or confederated with the person(s) alleged to cause a crime to be committed. Section 777.04(3), F.S.
  212. Also known as graffiti; writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surfaces in a public area
  213. The accidental or intentional use of a dangerously large amount of a substance that leads to death
  214. Nuisance property liens, frivolous lawsuits, and false income reports filed by sovereign citizens often to retaliate against government officials
  215. Any degree of hearing loss
  216. Communication which involves the hand and arms signaling, or body movements simultaneously combined with facial expressions in order to express their thoughts
  217. The legal requirements that must be met before a jury is allowed to see or hear evidence
  218. Consciously doing an act that the person knew or should have known was likely to cause death or great bodily injury
  219. A defense which protects government officials from liability for civil damages insofar as their conduct does not violate clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known
  220. A court review of all factors known to the officer at the time of the incident
  221. The standards set forth in the Constitution and court decisions or interpretations of the Constitution handed down by U.S. District and Supreme Courts; identifies the powers and limitations of each branch of the U.S. government
  222. The legal principle that bars the state from prosecuting an individual after a certain period of time has elapsed since the criminal act occurred
  223. The enclosed space of ground and the outbuildings immediately surrounding a structure
  224. Intelligent, knowing, and voluntary consent that does not induce coerced submission nor failure by the alleged victim to offer physical resistance; a legal defense that claims that the acts in question were committed with the victim's consent and permission
  225. The intentional infliction of physical or mental injury upon a child
  226. A visual impairment in which, after correction, objects still look dim or out of focus
  227. Responsibility for a wrongful act or an omission that injures a person or property
  228. An impairment of the mental or emotional processes that exercises the conscious control of one's actions or the ability to perceive or understand reality
  229. An act that occurs when the government affects a person's right to have or control his or her property, usually by physically taking that property
  230. A court order that authorizes law enforcement to conduct a search and seizure
  231. A child 12 years of age or younger who is alleged to have committed a violation of sexual battery, prostitution, a lewd and lascivious act, an act of sexual performance by a child, or an act of obscenity, or any violation of law or delinquent act involving juvenile sexual abuse
  232. Gangs with a documented history, a written set of laws or codes that can have an organizational structure; they often have a leadership structure (implicit or explicit), codes of conduct, colors, special dress, signs, and symbols
  233. The suspect is deprived of freedom in a significant way
  234. The process of allowing the body to rid itself of a drug while managing the symptoms of withdrawal
  235. An officer's demeanor and confidence exhibited by personal appearance, erect posture, alertness, and attention to surroundings which is developed through training and self-confidence
  236. A court order that entitles the creditor to possess collateral after the borrower defaults
  237. A group of words that lacks a subject or verb or fails to express a complete thought
  238. A functional limitation that affects one or more of a person's limbs
  239. A person 60 years of age or older who suffers from the infirmities of aging as manifested by advanced age or organic brain damage, or other physical, mental, 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
  240. An offense, also known as a civil infraction, for which the only penalty may be a fine, forfeiture, or other civil penalty
  241. Court awards designed to compensate for the actual property damage, harm, or injury the plaintiff suffers
  242. A defense against liability that allows an officer to react instinctively to sudden peril without being held to the same legal standard of care as he or she would have been had there been time to reflect upon the circumstances
  243. Transporting, soliciting, recruiting, harboring, providing, enticing, maintaining, or obtaining another person for the purpose of exploitation of that person
  244. A loss of hearing, but not to the extent that an individual must rely primarily on visual communication
  245. Formed within schools, neighborhoods, or regions, and in youthful offender, juvenile, and adult correctional facilities. Gangs that are composed of members from other gangs uniting to form a group
  246. The process where a creditor may take possession of the collateral after default without a court order, if the repossession can be done without breach of the peace
  247. A one-on-one identification of a suspect in the field by a victim or witness orchestrated by a law enforcement officer a short time after the commission of an offense
  248. A presentation of a series of photographs to a victim or witness in a non-suggestive manner for the purpose of identifying a suspect
  249. The structures, functions, and decision-making processes of agencies that deal with the management and control of crime and criminal offenders
  250. The date of the incident, place of the incident, assignment and arrival time, the officerâs name, the identity of the victim, suspect, or complainant, the officerâs initial actions
  251. An offender's intention to voluntarily make the bodily movement which becomes the act to commit a criminal offense
  252. To give, offer, or promise a benefit or gift to any public servant in order to influence the performance of any act or omission within the official discretion of that person. Section 838.015, F.S.
  253. Any criminal offense that is punishable by a term of imprisonment in a county correctional facility not in excess of one year
  254. An unmarried person under the age of 18 who has not been emancipated by order of the court and who has been found or alleged to be dependent, in need of services, or from a family in need of services; any married or unmarried person who is charged with a violation of law occurring prior to the time that person reached the age of 18