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  1. Documentation can be in
  2. The Sixth Amendment
  3. Officers should go to their
  4. Florida Statute §943.12 explains the Commission's duties as follows:
  5. Civil liability
  6. Acting within the scope of employment
  7. Contraband
  8. §932.704,
    F.S., and §932.7055, F.S
  9. An officer should be
  10. To be deemed justified, the use of force must be determined to be
  11. color of law
  12. The Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission was created to
  13. It is possible for an inmate to spend an extended term
    of more than one year in a county facility if he or she
  14. In a correctional setting The Fourth Amendment
  15. The officer must remain
  16. An organization
  17. Florida law provides for correctional officers to use reasonable force including deadly force to prevent
  18. A felony
  19. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  20. The disposition of
    contraband must be
  21. An officer has a duty to provide
  22. An officer's use of force is often
    the basis for
  23. Defense of self or others could include
  24. Documentary evidence
  25. Professionalism requires that
  26. chain of custody
  27. F.S. §943.1395(6),
  28. U.S. Supreme Court case Hudson v. McMillan 503 US 1 (1992) established that
  29. Treatment and Evaluation Centers:
  30. Items identified as contraband in correctional facilities by §944.47 and §951.22, F.S.,
  31. Upon completion of a basic recruit training program, an individual must
  32. Depending on agency policy or procedures, contraband may
    be destroyed by
  33. Liabilities- civil liabilities
  34. In Graham v. Conner, 490 US 386 (1989), the U.S. Supreme Court held that all
    law enforcement use of force cases are to be judged by
  35. to prove that a
    crime has been committed it must be shown that
  36. To convict a defendant of a crime, the state must
  37. When evidence or contraband is found during a search in a correctional setting,
  38. Values are based on
  39. Seizure
  40. Chain of command
  41. The use of force is to be judged from
    the perspective of what
  42. A search
  43. Though the correctional officer does not
    determine a criminal charge, he or she must be able to
  44. The Fourth Amendment
  45. Organizations use the chain of command to
  46. The components
    of the chain of custody for documentation or preservation are:
  47. The nature of
    injuries will determine
  48. The three main components of the criminal justice system include
  49. Documentation must
    be
  50. Federal law, 18 U.S.C. §242
  51. The purpose of limiting items in a
    correctional facility is to
  52. Probation
  53. Officers should treat all allegations of prison rape
  54. Two main categories of damages that may be awarded in a civil suit are
  55. visitors have the right to refuse a search
  56. Preamble:
  57. Inmates retain certain rights Some rights retained include
  58. insubordination
  59. Testimonial evidence
  60. Officers must always act
  61. In a correctional setting The Eighth Amendment
  62. Within this act The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  63. In
    correctional agencies, this rank structure might be as follows:
  64. Reasonable force
  65. The Commission may impose discipline on an officer's certification in keeping with an
    established set of penalty guidelines that may be required during the officer discipline
    process. The penalties include
  66. In a correctional setting the First Amendment is limited to
  67. Chapters 944 and 776, F.S.,
  68. A civil rights violation
  69. The First Amendment
  70. Probable cause
  71. officers must refer to what for in use of force
    situations.
  72. Miranda
  73. The purpose
    of PREA is to
  74. County Jails
  75. By purposely doing what the law declares to be a
    crime,
  76. a tort
  77. Negligence
  78. Values are principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable
  79. Stereotyping
  80. Disciplinary Action
  81. A recruit has four years from the starting date of the basic recruit training to complete the certification
    process. In order to become certified as a correctional officer, a person must do all of the following:
  82. Ethics are derived from
  83. Probation, Parole, and Community Control:
  84. Unlike inmates, visitors have the right to
  85. Reusable
    items will be only
  86. The elements of negligence are
  87. Juvenile Assessment/Detention Center:
  88. Some crimes committed in a correctional setting may include
  89. The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA, P.L. 108-79)
  90. A variety of influences shape an
    individual's values including
  91. The most recognized forms of liability are
  92. Prisons (federal and state)
  93. Liabilities- criminal liabilities
  94. It also must be shown that the person committing the act at the time
    did so
  95. Florida Statute §776.07(2),
  96. Chapter 111, F.S.,
  97. Instrumentalities of a crime
  98. The Commission may take action against an officer's certification if the officer does the
    following:
  99. Certain items may
    be converted for
  100. Safety and security needs of a correctional facility include
  101. the Florida Statutes and the Florida Model Jail Standards (FMJS).
  102. A criminal act
  103. correctional officers are considered professionals in their field and much is expected as they provide
  104. Examples of staff and visitor criminal acts may include
  105. Professionalism
  106. The correctional officer must remember that inmate health information should remain
    confidential and may be shared only with
  107. Individuals
    employed by a "covered entity," including correctional officers and staff, who knowingly
    violate HIPAA provisions may
  108. Some of the
    personal characteristics supervisors look for in new officers include those who are able to:
  109. according to §775.08(4), F.S.
  110. The Fifth Amendment
  111. Direct evidence
  112. Inmates have a diminished expectation of privacy in a
    correctional setting due to
  113. A misdemeanor
  114. There are two basic elements of a crime:
  115. If an officer uses, witnesses or has reason to believe force
    was used he or she must
  116. sovereign immunity law §768.28, F.S.,
  117. The Criminal Justice Professionalism Program (CJPP)
  118. Physical evidence
  119. Criminal liability
  120. The Eighth Amendment
  121. The Commission meets quarterly and has as its purpose
  122. The Baker Act,
  123. Parole
  124. Florida Administrative Code (FAC).
  125. HIPAA, 45 C.F.R. §164, F.S.
  126. The introduction of contraband
  127. Florida Statute §944.35
  128. The officer must be able to
  129. The amount of force used must always be
  130. Officer Compliance
  131. Resistance may take two forms
  132. Excessive use of force may also result in
  133. Values
  134. In a civil action, the plaintiff/
    victim must prove
  135. Consumable items such as food,
    drink or any item that may be tampered with should be
  136. privileged communication.
  137. Chain of custody documentation is also issued
    to prove that
  138. Reasonable force is based on
  139. Correctional officer
  140. Officers have the responsibility to protect
  141. Liabilities- federal civil rights liabilities
  142. fruits of a crime
  143. Florida Statute
    §944.35
  144. Florida Statutes §951.22
  145. Compensatory damages arise when
  146. He or she should be paid for the actual loss (e.g., lost wages,
    medical expenses, property damage, attorney's fees, pain and suffering or mental
    anguish).
  147. Liabilities- administrative liabilities
  148. Ethics
  149. charges may be brought at both the state and federal level depending on the violation
  150. Corrections is the part of the system responsible for
  151. Community control (house arrest)
  152. The objective reasonableness test requires the officer to answer two questions about the
    level of force used in any situation:
  153. Following a chain of command facilitates
  154. Circumstantial or indirect evidence
  155. Inmates have the right to
  156. The responding officer must take steps to preserve the chain of custody to
  157. Criminal justice
  158. may be intentional, such as battery or wrongful death, or unintentional, such as
    negligence.
  159. In a correctional setting a search occurs as
  160. Five types of evidence characteristically found in a correctional setting are
  161. F.S. §943.13 sets the minimum requirements and standards that persons must meet before becoming
    certified as officers. An officer must:
  162. Punitive damages may be awarded in addition to compensation to
  163. Instrumentalities may take varied forms
  164. Evidence
  165. Types of searches may include
  166. Contraband may also be designated as evidence and require
  167. Items must be documented even if
  168. Correctional officers may be liable for damages or injuries if they
  169. if force used is deemed to be
    excessive, the officer may face
  170. All use of force must be documented in a
  1. a the escape of inmates
  2. b is best known for prohibiting compelled selfincrimination
  3. c an act is specifically prohibited by a
    criminal statute.
  4. d the totality of circumstances and the perception at the time of the event as to what force is reasonably required.
  5. e Criminal, civil, and civil rights
  6. f within the boundaries of their authority and
    uphold the recognized standards of their profession's code of ethics.
  7. g may be defined as anything used to commit a crime.
  8. h is an unlawful interference with the fundamental rights of another person, such as the right to due process and equal protection under the law
  9. i is a form of community supervision that is
    closely monitored and is more restrictive than probation or parole.
  10. j This amendment plays a critical role in the care, custody
    and control of inmate populations. Excessive use of force or withholding meals
    are examples of rights violations prohibited under this amendment
  11. k civil rights liability
  12. l comprises anything gained or obtained by committing a crime
  13. m refers to the range of reasonable and foreseeable activities that an officer does while carrying out the agency's business
  14. n prohibits unreasonable search and seizure
  15. o guarantees the right to a speedy and public trial, to
    counsel, to an impartial jury, to be informed of the nature of the charges, and
    to confront witnesses
  16. p the evidence submitted in court or at a disciplinary hearing is the same evidence that was collected at the crime scene.
  17. q Failure to follow lawful orders from
    supervisors
  18. r clear and complete for understanding and testimony by another officer or individual
  19. s inmate and an attorney.
  20. t county correctional officers and facilities are governed by
  21. u These facilities are designed to meet the special needs
    of particular offenders. Treatment centers deal with alcohol/drug abusers or mentally ill
    offenders. In addition to general processing procedures, various testing (e.g., medical,
    mental, educational aptitude) is performed at these facilities.
    Objectives
    CO1-2.1.1 Outline the
    role of the correctional
    officer.
    CO1-2.1.2 List the major
    components of the Criminal
    Justice System.
    CO1-2.1.3 Explain the
    function of the corrections
    system.
    CO1-2.1.4 Describe
    the components of the
    corrections system.
  22. v seriously and take appropriate action
    when a complaint is made.
  23. w Prisons are correctional institutions maintained by federal or
    state governments for the confinement of convicted felons.
  24. x make rape prevention and awareness in a correctional setting a top priority. There is a zero-tolerance standard for the incidence of rape in U.S. prisons
  25. y is statutorily created within the Florida Department
    of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to support and assist the Commission in the execution, administration,
    implementation, and evaluation of its powers, duties, and functions. The CJPP manages the administrative
    functions involved in the certification and decertification of criminal justice officers in Florida. The CJPP
    writes and keeps up to date each of the basic and post-basic training courses that certified officers receive in
    Florida. The program also maintains the automated training system for all officer records.
  26. z refuse a search
  27. aa • work alone with little or no supervision
    • perform tasks without letting distractions interfere
    • independently make decisions and stand by decisions made
    • learn new techniques and procedures
    • adapt to change without incurring undue stress
    • be attentive to their environment
    • be responsible for actions taken as well as the consequences of inacti
  28. ab protect the integrity of the evidence.
  29. ac oversee
    the certification, employment, training, and conduct of Florida law enforcement, correctional, and correctional probation officers
  30. ad criminal, civil, and administrative penalties
  31. ae "to ensure that the citizens of the state of Florida are served by
    the most qualified, well-trained, competent and ethical criminal justice officers in the
    nation."
  32. af is a group of two or more people who cooperate to accomplish an
    objective or multiple objectives.
  33. ag is a court-ordered sentence that places a person under the
    supervision of a probation officer under specified court ordered terms and
    conditions as an alternative to or supervision after incarceration.
  34. ah refers to material objects such as weapons, drugs, or money
  35. ai An employee of the department is authorized to apply physical force upon an inmate only when and to the extent that it reasonably appears necessary
  36. aj In addition to the Florida Statutes (F.S.), other legal mandates concerning this profession are found in rules enforced through
  37. ak • meet all the minimum requirements and standards
    • complete the approved basic recruit training
    • pass the State Officer Certification Examination
    • become actively employed with a correctional facility in an auxiliary, a part-time, or a full-time officer position
  38. al coordination, reduces
    confusion, and enhances the efficiency of the organization.
  39. am states that "A correctional officer or other law enforcement
    officer is justified in the use of force, including deadly force, which he or she reasonably believes to be necessary to prevent the escape from a penal institution of a person whom the officer reasonably believes to be lawfully detained in such institution under sentence for an offense or awaiting trial or commitment for an offense"
  40. an non-consumable items issued by the facility that may be returned to
    supply
  41. ao is behavior that demonstrates good character and is marked by pride
    in self and career
  42. ap may be defined as governmental intrusion into a place where a person has a
    reasonable expectation of privacy.
  43. aq direct, circumstantial or
    indirect, physical, testimonial, and documentary.
  44. ar immediate
    supervisor for information and assistance
  45. as Penalties- lawsuits against the individual and/or the agency
  46. at written reprimand, probation, suspension, or revocation
    of certification.
  47. au is defined as the principles of honor, morality, and accepted rules of conduct
    that direct an individual or group.
  48. av law enforcement, the
    court system, and corrections.
  49. aw themselves, inmates,
    staff, and visitors from harm and violations.
  50. ax in a correctional setting there is a diminished expectation of privacy
    and there is no general requirement for a search warrant.
  51. ay criminal and civil.
  52. az the principles of right
    and wrong.
  53. ba is a crime punishable by F.S. §944.47 that designates the
    introduction, taking, or sending of articles defined as contraband into a correctional
    facility as a felony offense. The attempted introduction of contraband is also punishable
    under this statute.
  54. bb In Florida a crime is designated as either a
    felony or misdemeanor
  55. bc is anything that proves or disproves a fact in a judicial case or disciplinary hearing
  56. bd access to religious practice and the press
  57. be protects officers charged with civil and criminal actions, provided those actions occurred within the scope and course of the officer's employment
  58. bf make quick, accurate
    decisions and prioritize his or her responses.
  59. bg the Commission has the authority to impose
    discipline on an officer's certification if the officer fails to maintain the required standards of conduct.
  60. bh The American Correctional Association expects of its members
    unfailing honesty, respect for the dignity and individuality of human beings and a
    commitment to professional and compassionate service
  61. bi pass the State Officer
    Certification Examination (SOCE) to become certified as a correctional officer. An applicant must pass the SOCE within three attempts
  62. bj searching people entering a
    correctional facility
  63. bk are what people care about and what they think is important. Values
    determine how people behave in certain situations.
  64. bl individuals that have a need and right to kno
  65. bm a victim is physically injured or suffers a property loss.
  66. bn is based on an inference not on personal knowledge
    through observation and is presumed to be true.
  67. bo • Sheriff or Warden
    • Undersheriff or Assistant Warden
    • Colonels or Chief of Security
    • Majors
    • Captains
    • Lieutenants
    • Sergeants
    • Corporals
    • Deputies or Officers
  68. bp introduction of contraband,
    sexual misconduct, and bribery.
  69. bq When the Commission revokes an officer's certification in accordance
    with F.S. §943.1395(6), the officer can no longer work as a certified correctional officer
    in the state of Florida.
  70. br privacy standards were developed
    to make it a violation to knowingly disclose protected health information.
  71. bs freedom from excessive punishments; access to courts; legal
    counsel including help from other inmates in preparation of writs, petitions and other
    legal papers; and access to an adequate law library.
  72. bt an effort
    to seek out and discover evidence and contraband in the possession of an inmate.
  73. bu They are core beliefs or desires that guide or motivate a person's attitude and
    actions.
  74. bv timely, clear manner, pursuant to agency policy or procedure and statute
  75. bw proof that a crime has been committed,
    and proof the person being charged committed the crime.
  76. bx is failure to use due or reasonable care, in a situation where an
    officer has a duty to act, that results in harm to another
  77. by a reasonable officer would do under the same circumstances
    without the benefit of hindsight
  78. bz Confiscated contraband may be destroyed, converted, or reused pursuant to
  79. ca As a covered entity, a correctional institution must reasonably safeguard protected
    health information to limit incidental uses or disclosures made pursuant to an otherwise
    permitted or required use or disclosure in accordance with
  80. cb is responsibility for a wrongful act or the failure to do an act that
    an officer has a duty to perform that injures another person or property and most often involves negligence
  81. cc the level of the charge
  82. cd directly proves a fact without inference or assumption. For example an officer
    observes a stabbing; or DNA samples connect a suspect to a crime.
  83. ce Probation, parole, and community control
    are part of a community-based correctional system. Its purpose is to supervise the
    enforcement of specific restrictions on individuals who have received an alternative to incarceration.
  84. cf destroyed.
  85. cg the person demonstrates criminal intent
  86. ch facilitate communication and make
    decisions.
  87. ci is a fair probability or reasonable grounds to believe
    that a crime was committed, based on the totality of the circumstances.
  88. cj is a violation of the law
  89. ck imposes sanctions if an officer fails to document a use of force
  90. cl Compensatory damages
  91. cm • be at least 19 years of age
    • be a citizen of the United States
    • be a high school graduate or its equivalent
    • not have been convicted of any felony or misdemeanor which involves perjury or a false
    statement, regardless of withholding of adjudication or suspended sentence
    • not have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the United States
    • have processed fingerprints on file with the employing agency
    by the Commission
    • have a good moral character, as determined by a background investigation under procedures
    established by the Commission
    • submit an affidavit attesting to compliance (a signed document agreeing to abide by all
    Commission rules)
    • satisfactorily complete a Commission-approved course of basic recruit training
    • satisfactorily pass a state examination in the respective specialty
  92. cn freedom of
    expression; freedom from overcrowded conditions, freedom from unreasonable search
    and seizure; and freedom to worship and exercise religious beliefs. inmates have
    the right to exercise and fresh air, adequate medical treatment, the ability to send and
    receive mail, including correspondence with the courts; and food that meets minimum
    nutritional standards.
  93. co documented
  94. cp the use of reasonably necessary physical force up to and including deadly force.
  95. cq flushing, incinerating, or compacting
  96. cr Who—parties involved, What—all materials used and secured, When—date and time the incident occurred and any time the evidence was handled thereafter • Where—location where the evidence was collected, transferred to, or stored • Why—reason the evidence or material was handled • How—proper methods for preservation; how evidence is collected is crucial to verifying its integrity and thus its usability in trial or hearing
  97. cs refers to the structure, functions, and decision-making processes of those
    agencies that deal with the management and control of crime and criminal offenders.
  98. ct Penalties- sanctions imposed by the employing agency and CJSTC
  99. cu holding for use in a
    disciplinary hearing or criminal case.
  100. cv prove in criminal court that he or she committed all elements of a particular offense.
  101. cw may be defined as the act of taking possession of contraband or evidence
    for a violation of rule or law.
  102. cx inmate trust fund or charity as designated by the agency
  103. cy is the release of an inmate from a correctional institution prior to the
    conclusion of the inmate's court-imposed sentence.
  104. cz reasonable and justifiable
  105. da what is collected does not immediately appear to be relevant to the incident.
  106. db Torts
  107. dc also known as the Florida Mental Health Act, provides for emergency
    services and temporary detention for evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short-term
    community inpatient treatment, if necessary. See §394.455(18), F.S.
  108. dd reasonable.
  109. de protects freedom of speech, the press, and religion, and
    the right to peacefully assemble.
  110. df the correctional officer has the duty to seize the item.
  111. dg Penalties- as addressed by Florida Statute
  112. dh petty theft, dealing in
    stolen property, assault, battery, sexual battery, battery on a facility employee, drugrelated
    crimes, criminal mischief, arson, possession of contraband, introduction of
    contraband into a correctional facility, escape, lewd and lascivious behavior, bribery,
    security threat group (STG)-related crimes, gambling, vandalism, loan sharking, or
    homicide.
  113. di enforcing penalties as defined by
    the court system and for the care, custody and control of inmates and pretrial detainees
  114. dj compensatory and punitive.
  115. dk When an officer acts or purports to act in the performance of official duties under any law, ordinance, or regulation, he or she is acting under
  116. dl govern all use of force by a correctional officer.
  117. dm an objective reasonableness standard based upon the Fourth Amendment.
  118. dn provides one of the most important protections for state and
    county (governmental) correctional agencies and their employees. It includes a list of circumstances and requirements that must be met before the agency or any of its employees can be sued in a state tort action. It also protects individual officers and agency employees from personal liability and from being named as a defendant in a state civil lawsuit.
  119. do intent determines reasonableness in use of force situations in correctional settings.
  120. dp Penalties- both civil and criminal
  121. dq determine when a crime has
    been committed, and distinguish a crime from a rule violation.
  122. dr prohibits excessive bails and fines, and cruel and
    unusual punishment.
  123. ds knowingly or intentionally
  124. dt Juvenile suspects are taken to a center for
    processing and possible pretrial detention.
  125. du A civil wrong in which the action or inaction of an officer or entity violates the rights of another person
  126. dv dependable, strive at all times to work
    efficiently and consistently, and fulfill his or her obligations
  127. dw provides authority to county facilities in accordance with the
    Florida Model Jail Standards to establish policies and procedures relating to contraband.
  128. dx may be defined as the type and amount of force that the officer
    reasonably believes to be necessary to overcome resistance
  129. dy improperly perform a job task or do not perform a job task that an officer reasonably should perform
  130. dz • establish uniform minimum standards for the employment and training of full-time, part-time,
    and auxiliary law enforcement, correctional, and correctional probation officers
    • establish and maintain officer training programs, curricula requirements, and certification of
    training schools and training school instructors
    • certify officers who complete a Florida Basic Recruit Training Program or who are diversely
    qualified through experience and training and who meet minimum employment standards
    • review and administer appropriate administrative sanctions in instances when an officer,
    instructor, or training school is found to be in violation of Florida Statutes and Commission
    standards
    • promulgate rules and procedures to administer the requirements of §943.085-943.255, F.S.
    • conduct studies of compensation, education, and training for correctional, correctional
    probation, and law enforcement disciplines
    • maintain a central repository of records of all certified criminal justice officers
    • develop, maintain, and administer the State Officer Certification Examination for criminal justice officers
  131. ea resistance to a verbal command, and physical resistance.
  132. eb care, custody and control of inmates while on the job to the best of his or her ability.
  133. ec is documentation of every individual who handled evidence as well as when, why, and what changes, if any, were made to it
  134. ed be fined, imprisoned, or administratively disciplined.
  135. ee writing, by video, photograph or audio
  136. ef is any criminal offense
    punishable under the laws of this state by a term of imprisonment for less than one year
    in a county correctional facility.
  137. eg the compelling interest to maintain order in the correctional
    system.
  138. eh a different set of elements to find the defendant/offender negligent
  139. ei negative community reaction and loss of trust in the profession
  140. ej is defined as any unauthorized article or any authorized article in
    excessive quantities or altered from its intended purpose
  141. ek calm and
    levelheaded in stressful situations, react appropriately, and gather as much information
    as possible to make the best decisions.
  142. el attitudes about work, respect, and responsibility
  143. em refusal
    may result in denial or termination of current or future visits.
  144. en warnings provide the protections of the Fifth Amendment right against selfincrimination
    when a suspect in custody is interrogated in a criminal investigation.
  145. eo care, custody and control of inmates
  146. ep was enacted by Congress
    to address the problem of sexual abuse of persons in the custody of U.S. federal, state or
    local correctional agencies.
  147. eq was the action reasonable and necessary, and was the amount of force applied reasonable and necessary?
  148. er include currency or coins, tobacco products, controlled substances, non-prescribed
    drugs of any kind or nature, articles of food or clothing altered or in excessive quantity,
    firearms or dangerous weapons, cell phones or portable communication devices, or any
    items used to aid or affect an escape
  149. es When a recruit is being hired by a correctional facility, the agency will conduct a thorough
    background investigation to determine his or her moral character prior to employment with the
    agency. If a recruit has entered the academy prior to employment, the recruit is subject to the same
    moral character requirements as active certified officers and may be denied certification by the
    Commission if evidence indicates noncompliance with these standards.
  150. et maintain internal order, security, and discipline
  151. eu body fluids, a homemade weapon, cell phone,
    threatening letter, or recorded phone call. Often these items may become evidence.
  152. ev pat search, K-9, drug, body scan, and
    metal detector.
  153. ew is the order of authority within an organization.
  154. ex receives consecutive sentences for
    multiple charges.
  155. ey is printed or written evidence such as a call out log, written property
    receipt, letter, or recording.
  156. ez County jails are used for in-processing and temporary detention of
    defendants awaiting trial or disposition on federal or state charges and of convicted
    offenders sentenced to short-term detention (a year or less). County jails may also hold
    convicted felons returned from prison for court appearances.
  157. fa punish a defendant who acted with recklessness, malice or deceit and to discourage others from committing the same act.
  158. fb is any
    criminal offense punishable under the laws of this state by death or imprisonment in
    a state facility for a period exceeding one year.
  159. fc means any person who is appointed or employed full
    time by the state or any political subdivision thereof, or by any private
    entity which has contracted with the state or county, and whose primary
    responsibility is the supervision, protection, care, custody, and control,
    or investigation, of inmates within a correctional institution; however,
    the term "correctional officer" does not include any secretarial, clerical, or professionally trained personnel.
  160. fd prohibits an officer acting under color of law from violating an inmate's civil rights.
  161. fe is making a generalizations
    about a person or group.
  162. ff was established to
    standardize health records in the U.S.
  163. fg family heritage,
    cultural background, personal experiences, and beliefs.
  164. fh an officer respect
    the people he or she serves and maintain a personal commitment to the continued
    development of his or her skills in the pursuit of excellence.
  165. fi • pleads nolo contendere, pleads guilty, or is found guilty of any felony
    • pleads nolo contendere, pleads guilty, or is found guilty of a misdemeanor
    involving perjury or false statement
    • fails to maintain good moral character as defined by the Florida Statutes and
    Florida Administrative Code (CJSTC Rule 11B-27, FAC)
    • commits any act constituting a felony offense, regardless of criminal
    prosecution
    • tests positive for controlled substances by a urine or blood test, in accordance
    with the requirements for testing reliability and integrity set forth in Rule 11B-
    27.00225, FAC
    • is found guilty of excessive use of force under color of authority under Rule
    11B-27.0011(4)(c)1, FAC
    • engages in sexual harassment involving physical contact or misuse of official
    position
    • misuses the official position, as defined by §112.313(6), F.S.
    • engages in sex while on duty
    • has unprofessional relationships with an inmate, detainee, probationer,
    parolee, or community controlee; has written or oral communication that
    is intended to facilitate conduct which is prohibited by Commission rule;
    engages in any physical contact not required in the performance of official
    duties that is normally associated with the demonstration of affection or sexual
    misconduct as defined in section F.S. §944.35(3)
    • makes false statements during the employment process
    • commits conduct that subverts or attempts to subvert the state officer
    certification examination process in accordance with rule 11B-30.009(3), FAC
    • commits conduct that subverts or attempts to subvert the CJSTCapproved
    training examination process or an employing agency's promotional
    examination process in accordance with, but not limited to, acts described in
    rule 11B-27.0011(4)(c)9, FAC
  166. fj to agency policy and procedures
  167. fk is verbal evidence solicited from a witness, victim, or suspect.
  168. fl report the incident
  169. fm (1) a duty to act with care, (2) breach of that duty, (3) proof that the breach of duty caused damages and (4) actual damages.
  170. fn occurs when an officer is found guilty of committing a crime