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  1. driver's in florida must provide a driver's license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance upon
  2. moving violation: vehicles approaching or entering intersections
  3. non-moving: safety of VEHICLE
  4. all other violations of Chapter 316 of the Florida Statue are DEEMED INFRACTIONS:
  5. securely close the vehicle door so it will not
  6. Criminal traffic violation: dirvers MUST be licensed
  7. non-moving: bicycle regulations
  8. Moving Violations: (12)
  9. during the stop, the overhead emergency lights should be left activated to
  10. non-moving: color of clearance lamps,I.D. lamps, side amrkers lamps, back up lamps, reflector, and deceleraton lights
  11. the occupants of the vehicle will likely expect an officer to approach on the
  12. any traffic stop requires that an officer be _______________ in applying officer safety skills throughout the vehicle stop
  13. Florida Uniform Disposition of Traffic Infractions Act 318. (14)
  14. when LIGHTED LAMPS are required
  15. non-moving: tail lammps
  16. according to the Florida Legal Guidelines: Traffic Stop is the
  17. once the violator acknowledges that you have directed them to pull over, go through the followin steps: 3
  18. The WHEELS should be turned toward the
  19. moving violation: possession of open container of alcoholic beverages in vehicles prohibited; penalties
  20. Florida Statue 316.003 (75) Defines Vehicle as
  21. criminal Act: Fleeing aor attemptinh to elude a police officer
  22. officers should request documents that provide the most accurate personal information such as:
  23. Criminal traffic violation: reckless driving
  24. when approaching on the violator's side, you see a passenger in the back seat, stop at the
  25. a _______________________ but commanding presence is the key to effective communication with the vehicle driver
  26. Criminal traffic violation: crash involving death or personal injuries
  27. Criminal traffic violation: License restrictions
  28. criminal Act: Obestructing an officer attempting to enforce VEHICLE WEIGHT LIMITS
  29. at NIGHT, only hold a flashlight in your
  30. non-moving: licensing of VEHICLES
  31. traffic stops are among the
  32. if the stop occurs on the LEFT side of the road
  33. upon exititng the patrol vehicle, make sure your equipment belt is free of the seatbelt and that the
  34. The LIGHT BAR is one system; along with
  35. Criminal traffic violation: unlawful use of license
  36. observation skills, safe positioning and safe distancing are important to consider when
  37. if someone ignores the lights during a traffic stop; the officer should tap the siren _________ or _________ SECONDS
  38. moving violation: obedience to and required traffic controdl device
  39. as a general rule, the patrol vehicle should be positioned
  40. effective traffic enforcement: helps detect and deter unlawful acts: EXAMPLES-10
  41. the patrol vehicle's high beams, spotlights, and takedownlights conceal an officer from the
  42. Unlawful speed is a ____________ ___________
  43. explain the reason for the stop in terms of what you saw the VEHICLE DOING not the
  44. a NON-MOVING violation does NOT usually
  45. moving violation: traffic to stop for school bus
  46. at night keep your flashlight off while
  47. moving violation: traffic control signal devices
  48. acivate the patrol vehicle's beams: UNLESS
  49. 316.(216)
  50. if the vehicle appears to be heavily weighed down in the rear; the vehicle could be:
  51. Non-movind violations: (10)
  52. because a traffic-infraction violator MAY NOT be jailed
  53. criminal Act: Leaving the scene of a crash
  54. one clue of possible danger is if the occupants are
  55. Even though officers perform the DAY IN and DAY OUT there is no such this as a
  56. the driver is the only occupant in the vehicle COMPELLED to provide
  57. Both __________ and _________ officers must BE AWARE of the potential risk each time they make a stop
  58. Criminal Traffic Violations (8)
  59. never _____________ a wallet from the driver
  60. standing behind the driver's DOORPOST gives an officer a:
  61. if stop occurs at NIGHT use _____________ fro additional lighting
  62. takedown lights
  63. check the trunk lock and:
  64. Section 322-deals with
  65. not wearing a SAFETY BELT is a
  66. FCIC/NCIC database info can be useful during traffic stops; helps identify
  67. a CRIMINAL VIOLATION will be either:
  68. moving violation: vehicle entering stop of yield intersection
  69. non-moving: expiration of registration
  70. criminal Act: Reckless driving
  71. safely returning to the patrol vehicle means
  72. less than OPTIMUM CONDITIONS
  73. wooden posture
  74. moving violation: operation of vehicles and actions of pedestrians on approach of authorized emergency intersections
  75. non-moving: security required: proof of SECURITY and display thereof; dismissal of cases
  76. Section 316-deals with
  77. non-moving: stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places
  78. indicators that the plate may NOT belong to the vehicle includes: (5)
  79. non-moving: temporary tags
  80. if you decide to approach the vehicle on the passenger side
  81. Criminal traffic violation: crashes involving damage to vehicle or property (not reported or hit and run)
  82. no approach tactic
  83. if the trunk lid is UNLATCHED
  84. non-moving: safety bely usuage
  85. Section 320- deals with
  86. moving violation: unlawful speed
  87. through EFFECTIVE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT officers can
  88. criminal Act: Driving under the influence
  89. many officers are killed EACH YEAR and _____________ more are
  90. an INFRACTION can be either a:
  91. if you see a HOLE in the trunk, it is a common sing that it is a
  92. the back up officers patrol vehicle should be parked at a safe distance behind the
  93. criminal Act: Obstructing traffic for purposes of SOLICITATION
  94. moving violation: careless driving
  95. touching the rear of the violator's vehicle ensures that:
  96. criminal Act: Making a false crash report
  97. if the violator stops on the RIGHT side of the road, assume the OFFSET POSITION:
  98. having the patrol car in the offset position may provide
  99. moving violation: vehicle turning left
  100. always continue to observe both the ________________ and the _________________________ throughout the stop
  101. criminal Act: willfully failing or refusing to comply with any lawful ORDER or direction of a LEO or Fire Rescue:
  102. suspicious movement may suggest danger such as:
  103. Criminal traffic violation: driving under the influence; penalties
  104. popped or damaged ignition
  105. Criminal traffic violation: driving while license Suspended, Revoked, Canceled, or Disqualified
  106. officers often use _______________ and_________________________ in judgement
  107. moving violation: child restraint requirements
  108. Safe distance
  109. stop at the _________ ______ of the driver's door
  110. Because a moving violation could result in a CRASH or INJURY
  1. a 316. (2045(2))
  2. b IMTERVIEWING the driver or passenger
  3. c courteous
  4. d one;two
  5. e 316. 614
  6. f 316. (122)
  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 Routine traffic stop
  9. i vehicle;passenger
  10. j officers request. proof of inssurance can be eith UNIFORM PAPER or ELECTRONICALLY
  11. k nervoulsy watching the officer
  12. l Spotlights
  13. m 316. (183)
  14. n the officer will align the center of the patrol vehicle's hood with the RIGHT taillight of the violator's vehicle
  15. o driver's side
  16. p 1 as the driver changes lanes, follow SMOOTHLY
    2 follow the violator's vehicle at a SAFE DISTANCE
    3 if uncomfortable with the initial stopping place use the PA SYSTEM to direct the violator to a safer location

    -officers might say: "Driver drive into the parking lot ahead" or "Driver, pull your vehicle futher to the right".
    -Be firm, but respectful
  17. q explains the LEGAL RIGHT to use LIGHTS and SIRENS to get the violators attention during a traffic stop
  18. r -DL's or state-issued ID card
    -residence card for non-citizens (green card)
    -military ID
    -school picture ID
    -social security card
  19. s ROAD
  20. t 316. (1935)
  21. u approaching the vehicle, UNTIL you make contact with the driver and other passengers
  22. v 316. (067)
  23. w 316. (217)
  24. x back edge
  25. y construction, sinkhol, city streets, as opposed to major highways.
    *it may be necessary to make a traffic stop in a roadway
  26. z 1 car theft and carjacking
    2people with outstanding warrants and escaped prisoners
    3 drivers with suspended license
    4abused, kidnapped, and runaway children
    5 illegal weapons
    6 drug use or trafficking
    7 minors in possession of alcohol
    8impaired drivers under the influence of alcohol, chemical or contolled substances
    9 criminal fleeing crime scenes
    10 unisured motorists
  27. aa 1obedience to and required traffic control devices
    2 traffic control signal devices
    3 careless driving
    4operation of vehicles and actions of pedestrians on approach of authorized emergency vehicle
    5vehicles approaching or entering intersections
    6vehicle turning left
    7unlawful speed
    8vehicle entering stop or yield intersection
    9possession of open containers of alcholic beverages in vehicles prohibited; penalties
    10 child restraint requirements
    11traffic to stop for school buses
    12 when LIGHTED LAMPS are required
  28. ab never losing sight of the stopped vehicle and the occupants even if you are running FCIC/NCIC database check.
  29. ac -moving
    -non-moving violation
    -depending on how the statue defines the infraction
  30. ad 320. 07(3)(a)
  31. ae 316. (072 (3) )
  32. af 316. (172)
  33. ag in which you alighn the CENTER of the patrol vehicle's HOOD with the LEFT TAILLIGHT of the violator's car
  34. ah trunk lid alignment to determine if someone is possiby in the trunk.
    -always check for a POPPED trunk lock: this indicates that someone hammered out the keyhole
  35. ai 316. 224 (3)
  36. aj primary patrol vehicle
    -officer should approach on the passenger side
  37. ak back rear window and instruct the driver to open the WINDOWS
  38. al documentaton.-unless other occupants are suspected of a crime violation
  39. am Motor vehicle license and registration
  40. an strobe, flaskers and other lights
  41. ao 316.610
  42. ap beging by walking behind the patrol vehicle avoid crossing in front of the headlights and betraying your location
  43. aq 316.193
  44. ar Stolen vehicle
  45. as most FREQUENT ACTIVITIES that Law Enforcement Officers perform
  46. at 316. (613)
  47. au WARN oncoming traffic
  48. av 322.16
  49. aw cause a crash or injury, so fines cost LESS.
    -they do not assess points against a violator's license IF the violator complies (fixes faulty equiment) within a SPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME
  50. ax -outstanding arrest warrants (entire U.S.)
    -DL and Vehicle registrations (entire U.S. and Canada)
    -Missing juveniles and adults, and stolen property (entire U.S.)
  51. ay 316.(121)
  52. az 320. 131
  53. ba -blow open and possibly be struck by a passing vehicle
    -close the door quietly and keep the portablle radio just loud enough to hear radio traffic
    -a silent exit from the patrol vehicle give the officer time to approach the vehicle and assess the situation before the driver REACTs
  54. bb the plastic housing around the column's base has been popped open, exposing ignition bars that can be pulled forward to start the car
  55. bc ONE and a HALF to TWO CAR lenghts behind the violator's vehicle
  56. bd you should push it down when you approach the vehicle. doing so will lock in anyone hiding inside the trunk
  57. be misdemeanor or felony
  58. bf take
  59. bg moving towards the floor baord or backseat, excessive motion that seems beyond natural curiousity, or rigid, wooden posture
  60. bh 316.605
  61. bi DETER or DETECT unlawful acts or events that require Law Enforcement action
  62. bj 316. 061
  63. bk call the driver back to your patrol vehicle
  64. bl is staying far enough behind the violator to be able to REACT to the situation at hand.

    AVOID: traffic lanes
    watch for pedestrians, and protect violator
  65. bm vigilant
  66. bn 316. (193)
  67. bo 316. (545 (1))
  68. bp 322. 32
  69. bq 316.646(1)
  70. br 322. 03
  71. bs seat belt does not hinder your exit of the vehicle
    -use emergency lights at all times
  72. bt Thousands; injured during these traffic related encounters
  73. bu 316. (1925)
  74. bv 322. 34(2)(5)
  75. bw they interfere with ONCOMING TRAFFIC or restrict your vision by reflecting off the violator's REAR BUMPER or another object
  76. bx 1the way the plate attached (bolts,wires) may suggest the license plate was removed from another vehicle
    2 age of attachement relative to the plate (ex:are there shiny, new bolts on a dirty plate)
    3 expired expiration sticker or sticker that looks like it was removed from another plate
    4paint or dark film on the license plate
    5 the presence of dead insects on the tag, suggesting it was the FRONT PLATE of another vehicle
  77. by 316.192
  78. bz 316.(1936)
  79. ca Driver's License
  80. cb the WHITE LIGHTS facing FORWARD on the light bar
    -they illuminate the interior oof violator's vehicle and prevent the driver from seeing into the patrol vehicle
  81. cc he/she has no right to a trial by JURY or COURT-APPOINTED LAWYER
  82. cd 316.(192)
  83. ce 316.027
  84. cf 316.(074)
  85. cg 316.(027) and 316.(061)
  86. ch moving violaton
  87. ci 316.(126)
  88. cj 1 Tail lamps
    2safety of vehicle
    3expiration of registration
    4safety belt usuage
    5licensing of vehicles
    6temporary tags
    7color of clearance lamps, identification lamps, side marker lamps, back lamps, reflectors, and deceleration lights.
    8bicycle regulations
    9 stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places
    10 security required; proof of security and display thereof; dismissal of cases
  89. ck carrying stolen merchandise, drugs, tools, a person or a corpse
  90. cl violator's VIEW and are important for officer safety and survival
  91. cm the trunk nlid/hatch is closed and transfers the officer's fingerprints to the vehicle as EVIDENCE of contact
  92. cn Decriminalizes most traffic violations
  93. co position of advantage while maintaining a safe distance when talkning with the driver
  94. cp cover from potential skipping rounds shout from the violator's vehicle
  95. cq indicates occupants who are frightened or poised for action
  96. cr 316. (075)
  97. cs lawful TEMPORARY DETENTION of an individual in a vehicle by a Law Enforcement officer for an investigative purpose
  98. ct violators pay a HIGHER FINE and may have POINTS assessed against their driver's license
  99. cu Uniform traffic control law
  100. cv 316. 1945
  101. cw discretion;flexibility
  102. cx 1 Driving under the influence; penalties
    2 Drivers must be licensed; penalties
    3 license restrictions
    4 driving while license suspended, revoked, conceled or disqualified
    5 unlawful use of license
    6 crashes involving damage to vehicle or property (NOT REPORTED OR HIT AND RUN)
    7 crash involving death or personal injuries
    8 rechless driving
  103. cy 1new 2seasoned
  104. cz 316. 221
  105. da Driver
  106. db 316.(123)
  107. dc 316. 2065
  108. dd support hand
  109. de NONCRIMINAL violations that may be punished by fines, court costs, driving school, and community service hours, but NOT BY INCARCERATION
  110. df non-moving violation