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  1. instrument calities of a crimedefine as anything used to commit a crime

          

  2. sovereign immunityprotects the officer from personal liability agencies may pay for, compensatory damages up to a certain amount

          

  3. reasonable forcefair probability are reasonable grounds to believe that a crime was committed, based on the totality of the circumstances

          

  4. civil rights violationsresponsibility for wrongful act for the failure to do an act that an officer has a duty to perform that India is another personal property and most often involves negligence

          

  5. chain of custodydocumentation of every individual who handled evidence as well as the win win what changes if any were made

          

  6. stereotypingis making a generalization about a person or group

          

  7. Florida Statute 943 13primary responsibilities of a commission

          

  8. circumstantialevidencebased on in for its not on personal knowledge to oxidation and is presumed to be true

          

  9. limitation of inmate rightright to freedom of expression, freedom from over crowded conditions, freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, and freedom to worship and exercise religious beliefs also right to exercise fresh air adequate medical treatment and the ability to send and receive mail

          

  10. community controlviolation of the law

          

  11. penalties for excessive use of forceas addressed by Florida statute, lawsuit against individual or the agency, both civil and criminal liability, sanctions imposed by the employment agency and CJ STC

          

  12. Fifth Amendmentis best known for prohibiting compelled self incrimination

          

  13. juvenile Assessment Detention Centerjuvenile suspect that taken to a center for processing impossible pretrial detention

          

  14. correctional officermeans any person who is appointed are employed full-time by the states 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 image was in a correctional institution

          

  15. FDLEFlorida Statute

          

  16. ethicsdefined as the principles of Honor, morality, and accept it rolled of conduct that directed individual or group

          

  17. correctional officer is to modelprofessional behavior and perform his or her job to the best of his ability

          

  18. civil liabilityresponsibility for wrongful act for the failure to do an act that an officer has a duty to perform that India is another personal property and most often involves negligence

          

  19. liability criminalthe order of a authority within an organization

          

  20. officers duty to protect yourself and othersrefers to the range of responsible and foreseeable activities that an officer does while carrying out the agency's business

          

  21. Florida Statute 943 point 12primary responsibilities of a commission

          

  22. felonyFlorida Department of Law Enforcement

          

  23. acting within the scope of employmentdefine as anything used to commit a crime

          

  24. 8th amendmentprohibits excess of bells and fines, and cruel and unusual punishment

          

  25. negligenceanything that prove or disprove the fact in a judicial case for disciplinary hearing

          

  26. PreaPrison Rape Elimination Act

          

  27. qualified immunitylist of circumstances and requirements that must be met before the agency or any of its employees can be sued in a state court action

          

  28. criminal justicerefers to the structure, function, and decision-making processes of those agencies that deal with the management and control of crime and criminal offenders

          

  29. professionalismis a court order sentient that place is a person under the supervision of

          

  30. correctionsis a court order sentient that place is a person under the supervision of

          

  31. professionalism requiresbehavior that demonstrates good character and is marked by pride and self and career

          

  32. valuesFlorida Department of Law Enforcement

          

  33. 6th amendmentthe guarantees the right to a speedy and public trial, to counsel, to an impartial jury

          

  34. First Amendmentis best known for prohibiting compelled self incrimination

          

  35. introduction of contrabandis a crime punishable by ss 94 4.47 that designates the introduction, taking, are sending of articles define does contraband into a correctional facility as a felony offense

          

  36. Bill of Rightsresponsibility for wrongful act for the failure to do an act that an officer has a duty to perform that India is another personal property and most often involves negligence

          

  37. criminal justice professionalism programthat 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

          

  38. liabilities for excessive use of forcecriminal liabilities, civil liability is, federal civil rights liabilities, administrative liabilities

          

  39. probationis a court order sentient that place is a person under the supervision of

          

  40. misdemeanorany criminal offence punishable under the laws of this state by a term of imprisonment for less than one year in a County Correctional Facility

          

  41. privileged communicationprotects the officer from personal liability agencies may pay for, compensatory damages up to a certain amount

          

  42. criminal actviolation of the law

          

  43. Baker Actknown as the Florida Mental Health Act provides for emergency services and temporary detention for evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short term community and patient

          

  44. seizuredefined as the active taking possession of contraband or evidence for a violation of rule or law

          

  45. chain of commanddocumentation of every individual who handled evidence as well as the win win what changes if any were made

          

  46. organizationis a court order sentient that place is a person under the supervision of

          

  47. tortsintentional, such as battery or want food or intentional such as negligence

          

  48. 4thamendmentprohibits unreasonable search and seizure

          

  49. searchdefined as the principles of Honor, morality, and accept it rolled of conduct that directed individual or group

          

  50. FACFlorida Administrative Code

          

  51. parolerelease of an inmate from a correctional institution prior to the conclusion of the court imposed sentence

          

  52. evidencedefined as the active taking possession of contraband or evidence for a violation of rule or law

          

  53. documentary evidenceprinted or written evidence such as a call out log, written property receipt, letters, or recording

          

  54. testimony evidence2materials objects such as weapons, drugs, our money

          

  55. such a Tory authority for the use of force to prevent escapedeadly force to prevent the escape of inmates

          

  56. probable causefair probability are reasonable grounds to believe that a crime was committed, based on the totality of the circumstances

          

  57. HIPAAFlorida Administrative Code

          

  58. direct evidenceverbal evidence elicited from a witness, victim, or

          

  59. insubordinationa very serious offense failure to follow all of our orders from supervisors

          

  60. f sFlorida Statute

          

  61. physical evidencedirectly prove the fact without interference or some s***

          

  62. band contrabandis defined as an Evo towards tized article or any of Swords hi article in excessive quantities all altered from its intended purpose

          

  63. fruits of a crimecomprises anything gained or obtained by committing a crime

          

  64. the officer should evaluate2materials objects such as weapons, drugs, our money