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  1. Informational alert
  2. Required restrictions and endorsements on Florida driver's licenses will be listed on the ______ of the license.
  3. criminal violation of traffic laws will be either a
  4. If a diabetic person's license displays "insulin dependent" in red print, this is a(n) __________ on his or her driver's license.
  5. _______ driver's license: required for drivers of straight trucks with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 26,001 lbs. or more.
  6. ________ traffic violations do not assess points against a violator's license if the violator complies (fixes faulty equipment, for instance) within a specified period of time.
  7. Driving in Florida with a suspended, revoked, cancelled, or disqualified license may be a
  8. Vehicle
  9. No approach tactic
  10. Unlawful _______ is a moving traffic violation, but not using a safety belt is a non-moving violation.
  11. Discriminatory or bias based policing
  12. Some violations of F.S. Chapter 316 are deemed infractions, which are _________ that may be punished by fines, costs, driving school, and community service hours but not by incarceration.
  13. Discriminatory or bias-based profiling behavior
  14. Plus one rule
  15. An officer's primary responsibility in making traffic stops is to help increase ________ with traffic laws and improve driver judgement.
  16. Discriminatory or __________ profiling is the unequal treatment of any person-including stopping, questioning, searching, detaining, or arresting a person-solely or primarily because of the person's race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.
  17. Through traffic enforcement, officers can deter or detect unlawful acts or events requiring law enforcement action. What are some examples?
  18. According to the Florida Legal Guidelines, a _______ is the lawful, temporary detention of an individual in a vehicle by a law enforcement officer for an investigative purpose.
  19. There are ____ current versions of the Florida Driver's License, which is the license issued to state of Florida residents who pass the DHSMV tests granting them the privilege to drive in Florida
  20. Offset position
  21. Minority
  22. Florida law enforcement officers should be familiar with the traffic laws found in chapters ____ (Uniform Traffic Control Law), ____ (Motor Vehicle Licenses and Registration), and ____ (Driver's Licenses) of the Florida Statutes.
  23. Motor vehicle or _______are among the most frequently performed activities by law enforcement officers.
  24. A Florida driver's license may include _______ that signal an officer about a person's health condition or public safety status.
  25. Traffic flow
  26. Restriction
  27. A genuine international driver's license looks
  28. While the majority of specialized vehicle tags are "vanity" plates displaying the owner's nickname or commemorating a college, sports team, or cause, some have specific uses and ________.
  29. Violation of Traffic Control Device (e.g., Stop Sign); Ran Red Light; Careless Driving; Violation of "Move Over: Law;" Violation of Right-Of-Way Entering Intersection; Violate Right-Of-Way Making Left Turn; Unlawful Speed; Stop Sign Violation; Possession of Open Container of Alcohol by Driver; Child Restraint Requirements; Failure to Stop for School Bus, and Driving at Night Without Headlights. These are examples of _______.
  30. A license ________ is a special authorization printed on a Florida driver's license permitting a driver to drive certain types of vehicles or to transport certain types of property or number of passengers.
  31. When running a specialty vehicle tag, an officer should
  32. If a Florida driver's license is confiscated due to suspension, mutilation, revocation, or altered data, the officer should dispose of it according to
  33. ________ driver's license: required for drivers of trucks or truck combinations weighing with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 26,001 lbs. or more, provided towed vehicle is more than 10,000 lbs.
  34. Florida's Uniform Disposition of Traffic _________ Act (F.S. 318.14) decriminalizes most traffic violations.
  35. Unknown risk traffic stop
  36. Licenses for drivers under the age of 21 are formatted __________.
  37. According to s. 316.122, F.S., a vehicle turning left is a __________ violation.
  38. Licenses for drivers over the age of 21 are formatted _______.
  39. Vehicular homicide is a
  40. Some vehicle tags are limited to
  41. Popped or damaged ignition
  42. All people driving in Florida must possess a valid driver's license from Florida, another state, or approved by the state of Florida or the U.S. Government. Drivers must show it upon demand by a law enforcement officer or authorized representative of the __________.
  43. Examples of _________ on Florida driver's licences include authorization to drive motorcycles, school buses, or combination vehicles with double or triple trailers.
  44. Florida's DHSMV issues standard and _______ vehicle tags.
  45. According to s. 316.610, F.S., safety of vehicle is a __________ violation.
  46. Inoperable Tail Lamps; Equipment Violation; Tag Registration Expired Less Than Six Months; No Tag; Safety Belt (Seat Belt) Violation; Temporary Tag Expired Less Than Seven Days; Tag Light Must be White; Bicycle and Pedestrian Violations; Parking Violations, and Insurance Coverage Violations. These are examples of _________.
  47. Traffic stop
  48. Florida law enforcement officers should be familiar with the traffic laws found in chapters _______ of the Florida Statutes.
  49. Many citizens carry a personal Florida identification card (__________), which is used strictly for the identification of the person carrying it and does not authorize that person to drive a vehicle.
  50. Take down area
  51. A non-moving traffic violation does not usually cause a ________, so fines for those offenses cost less.
  52. Because a moving violation could result in a crash or injury,
  53. Informational alerts on driver's licenses, displayed in the right hand corner in __________, are for sexual predators or sexual offenders.
  54. Florida drivers license
  55. ________ driver's license: A driver with this type of license is limited to driving motor vehicles weighing less than 8,000 pounds. In addition, such a driver must be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 years of age or older who occupies the closest seat right of the driver, and the driver may initially drive only between the hours of 6 A.M. and 7 P.M. Three months after issuance of the license, the driver may drive from 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. A driver with this type of license may not operate a motorcycle without a motorcycle endorsement.
  56. According to s. 322.34(2)(5), F.S., driving while license suspended, revoked, cancled, or disqualified are __________ violations.
  57. Someone who needs corrective lenses when driving may have a(n) ______ on his or her driver's license, who must drive while wearing these lenses.
  58. The end result of traffic stops should be
  59. Some traffic-related violations treated as _______ acts are fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, leaving the scene of a crash, driving under the influence, reckless driving, making false crash reports, willfully failing or refusing to comply with any lawful order or direction of a police officer or member of a fire department, obstructing an officer attempting to enforce vehicle weight limits, and obstructing traffic for purposes of solicitation.
  60. It is unlawful to drive in Florida with a
  61. Endorsement
  62. An officer who encounters a person who appears to be impaired or in medical distress must
  63. Because a traffic-infraction violator may not be jailed,
  64. ________ driver's license: required for drivers of vehicles transporting hazardous materials in sufficient amounts to require placards or vehicles designed to transport more than 15 people (including the driver), and with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of less than 26,001 lbs.
  65. Which Florida card type and license is identified by the color header green?
  66. An officer will need to closely inspect ______ formats of Florida driver's licenses to obtain required information, including the expiration date.
  67. The Florida Driver's License card types and license classes are identified by ______.
  68. Driving Under the Influence; Driving Without a Valid Driver's License; Driving in Violation of Driver's License Restriction; Driving while License Suspended or Revoked; Unlawful Use of Driver's License; Leaving Scene of a Crash Involving Damage to Vehicle or Property (not reported or hit and run); Leaving the Scene of a Crash Involving Death or Personal Injuries, and Reckless Driving. These are examples of ______.
  69. ________ driver's license: required for drivers of any non-commercial motor vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating less than 26,001 pounds, including passenger cars, 15-passenger (including the driver) vans, trucks or recreational vehicles, and two- or three- wheel motor vehicles 50 cc or less, such as mopeds or small scooters. Farmers and drivers of authorized emergency vehicles who are exempt from obtaining a commercial driver's license must obtain this type of license.
  70. Explanations of the restrictions and endorsements are found on the ______of the driver's license.
  71. Which Florida card type and license is identified by the color header yellow?
  72. Which Florida card type and license is identified by the color header blue?
  1. a agency policy.
  2. b restriction
  3. c Used in traffic stops in which the officer calls the driver to the patrol vehicle to acquire information instead of approaching the vehicle directly
  4. d older
  5. e noncriminal violations
  6. f suspended, revoked, cancelled, or disqualified license.
  7. g Every device, in, upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway, excepting devices used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks
  8. h moving
  9. i violators pay a higher fine and may have points assessed against their driver's licenses.
  10. j criminal traffic
  11. k A bluff safety technique in which an officer, after the suspect(s) and occupant(s) are out of the vehicle, checks for another hidden occupant
  12. l informational alerts
  13. m voluntary compliance
  14. n Class D and E Licenses
  15. o CLASS E
  16. p vertically
  17. q Criminal Traffic Violations
  18. r Wording printed on a Florida driver license that signals an officer about a person's health condition or public safety status
  19. s Commercial Driver License (CDL)-Classes A, B, and C
  20. t pink/red
  21. u restrictions
  22. v endorsements
  23. w The general speed and direction of vehicle or pedestrian movement
  24. x back
  25. y follow agency database requirements to enter the prefix.
  26. z specialized
  27. aa traffic-related criminal offense.
  28. ab endorsement
  29. ac The language printed on a Florida driver license that may limit a driver from operating certain types of motor vehicles or require that he or she meets certain conditions when driving any motor vehicle
  30. ad three
  31. ae The unequal treatment of any person, including stopping, questioning, searching, detaining, or arresting a person, solely or primarily because of the person's race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status
  32. af Class E Learner's License
  33. ag Non-moving
  34. ah A smaller segment of a population that differs from the majority in some characteristics
  35. ai The plastic housing around the column's base that has been popped open, exposing the ignition bars that can be pulled forward to start the car; the key portion of the ignition key area has been removed, exposing the ignition bar
  36. aj bias-based
  37. ak is illegal and will not be tolerated in law enforcement.
  38. al Non-Moving Violations
  39. am Uniform Traffic Control Law, Motor Vehicle Licenses and Registration, and Driver's Licenses
  40. an CLASS B
  41. ao black
  42. ap public education and safer roads.
  43. aq non-moving
  44. ar moving violation, misdemeanor, or felony depending on the circumstances.
  45. as CLASS A
  46. at traffic stops
  47. au CLASS E-Learner
  48. av commercial or government vehicles, while others are assigned based on the owner's status: e.g., state legislator or firefighter.
  49. aw crash or injury
  50. ax horizontally
  51. ay color headers
  52. az informational alert
  53. ba Moving Violations
  54. bb traffic stop
  55. bc Infractions
  56. bd criminal
  57. be A designated area of disadvantage to the suspect vehicle driver or occupant often used for searching and securing
  58. bf he or she has no right to a trial by jury or court-appointed lawyer.
  59. bg front
  60. bh misdemeanor or felony.
  61. bi DHSMV
  62. bj speed
  63. bk 316, 320, and 322
  64. bl A special authorization printed on a Florida driver's license permitting a driver to drive certain types of vehicles or to transport certain types of property or a certain number of passengers
  65. bm The temporary detention of an individual in a vehicle by an officer for an investigative purpose
  66. bn A type of traffic stop in which the potential risk of the situation is not known
  67. bo A permit granting the privilege to drive to a Florida resident who passes the DHSMV test
  68. bp similar to a passport in contrast to a state-issued driver's license.
  69. bq CLASS C
  70. br call the Emergency Medical Services immediately.
  71. bs A traffic stop position where the wheels of the police officer's patrol vehicle should be turned outward (toward the road); to provide cover from potential skipping rounds shot from the violator's vehicle or act as a potential cover position if required
  72. bt impaired drivers under the influence of alcohol or chemical or controlled substances

    car theft and carjacking

    minors in possession of alcohol

    illegal weapons

    drug use or trafficking

    criminals fleeing crime scenes

    drivers with suspended licenses

    wanted persons and escaped prisoners

    uninsured motorists

    abused, kidnapped, and runaway children