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SCCJA Pre-Academy Block 2-Basic Patrol Operations, Child Abuse, Traffic Law, Strategies of Arrest, Mentally Ill, Sexual Assault, Intro to Law, Courts/Crimes/Procedures, First Amendment

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Vehicle Patrol - Most popular method of policing Cost effective, allows coverage of a large area quickly Protects from inclement weather Decreases quality of police-community relations Foot Patr... ol - Original and most basic form of policing Improves public perception Increases familiarity with geography Allows more familiarity with people in the community Restricted movement Inability to use some equipment Plainclothes - Often used for investigative purposes or special events Not all equipment can be used Must submit to authority of any uniformed officers present Community Oriented Policing - A philosophy that combines traditional aspects of law enforcement with prevention measures, problem-solving, community engagement, and community partnerships Survival Tactics Vital for Foot Patrol Officers - Always be aware of cover Check buildings before entering Pay attention to nearby vehicles Approach people at a safe distance Use darkness to your advantage Use proper light discipline Wait for backup if necessary Examples of Community Oriented Policing Programs - Neighborhood Watch Citizen Patrol Citizen Police Academy Citizen surveys Problem solving step process for staff Community partnerships Foot patrols Ride-alongs Departmental events Citizen volunteer programs Partnerships with public and private sector organizations, including non-profits Before Leaving Home - Appearance Attitude Weapon Holster Ammunition Carriers Flashlight Scholar - Always be training on new techniques and tactics-never stop learning Statesman - Interpersonal communication skills and leadership-ability to keep your head when everyone else is losing theirs Warrior - Confidence and competence to run towards danger, not because it is easy, but because no one else will Prior to Going In-Service - Patrol vehicle inspection and search Getting information about previous shift from the officers you're relieving, supervisors, incident reports, investigators, and FI cards Preventative Patrol - The noticeable presence of police officers and patrol vehicles with the intent of deterring crime Emergency Calls for Service - Responding to emergency situations such as fires, shootings, hostage incidents, explosions, and suicides Service Calls - Responding to routine calls for service, citizens who need assistance Public Courtesy Calls - Escorts-funerals, bank deposits, hospital escorts Locked vehicles Death notifications Vacation checks/patrol requests Proper radio etiquette - Hold microphone 2-3 inches from the mouth at a 45 degree angle Talk in a normal tone of voice, not too fast or too slow Be actively listening Think about what you say before you say it ABC's of radio communication - Accuracy-information is accurate and factual Brevity-transmissions are brief and too the point Clarity-all messages are clear, phonetic alphabet used when needed Common radio errors - Failure to tell dispatch your location Failure to give your location in the proper way Over modulating when calling for help CYMBALS - Used for vehicle descriptions C-color Y-year M-make B-body, model A-any other information such as damage, bumper stickers, customizations L-license plate and state S-serial numbers, VIN What the include in description of a person - Name and any aliases Race Sex Age or narrow range Height Weight Build Hair Eyes Clothing Scars, marks, tattoos Articles carried Lost/Missing Person - A known individual in an unknown location whose safety may be threatened by conditions related to the environment, weather, age, or health Categories of Missing Persons - Children (1-3, 4-6, 7-12) Youth (13-15) Hunters Hikers Fishermen Despondents Walk-aways/constant care individuals Juvenile Runaways General Information Relevant to Predicting Lost Person Behavior - Circumstances Environment Behavior Personality Physical conditions Mental conditions Initial Reactions of Lost Persons - Trail Running Traveling a Straight Line Direction Sampling View Enhancement Employing Folk Wisdom Staying/remaining in one location Notable Behaviors of Lost Persons - Failure to make a shelter or fire Discarding equipment Disrobing Failure to respond to searchers Failure to use travel aids Unlawful Carry of a Handgun - It is unlawful for anyone to carry a handgun, concealed or not Exceptions to Unlawful Carry - Law enforcement Military Gun show attendees Licensed hunters Firearms sellers Security guards Individuals in a parade A person in his house or on his property A CWP holder A driver with the firearm secured in a closed glove compartment, closed console, closed trunk, or closed container A person who just purchased a firearm A prison guard A person given a permit by SLED A business owner A patron of a gun shop or range A person transferring a gun from their vehicle to a specified location A motorcycle rider with the firearm secured in a closed saddlebag or closed container Unlawful Sale or Delivery of a Handgun - It is unlawful for a person to knowingly sell, offer to sell, deliver, lease, rent, barter, exchange, or transport for sale a firearm to a person who is not supposed to have one It is also unlawful to knowingly buy, sell, transport, pawn, receive, or possess a firearm that has been stolen or has had the original serial number removed or obliterated People Prohibited from Possessing Firearms - A person convicted of a violent crime A member of a subversive organization A person under the age of 18 A person who has been declared unfit to possess by a circuit or county judge [Show More]

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