Flashcards in HPM 10.12 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY MANUAL, HPM 41.71 CHP 415 USER'S MANUAL, HPM 70.1 EVIDENCE MANUAL Deck (86)
How many protected groups is there that are protected by law and CHP policy? And what are they?
a. Age (40 and over);
d. Disability (mental and physical), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS);
e. Gender, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression;
f. Genetic Information;
g. Marital Status;
h. Medical Condition (cancer and genetic characteristics);
i. Military and Veteran Status;
j. National Origin (including language use restrictions);
k. Political Affiliation;
m. Religion (including religious dress and grooming practices);
o. Sex; and/or,
p. Sexual Orientation.
All evidence retained from threshold incidents as defined in General Order 100.86, Risk Management Response Protocol, (e.g., on-duty officer death, shooting, on-duty traffic collisions, conductive energy weapon deployments) and incidents which may result in litigation against the Department, shall be held at the Area for at least __ years?
During a quarterly property inspection, a random sample of property sufficient to validate the integrity of the system shall be verified. At least what percentage of items or property numbers with a minimum of ten items or property numbers, shall be inspected?
Property supervisors shall document inspections on a memorandum to the Area. Inspection memorandums shall be filed at the Area office and retained for
___ years from the date of the inspection.
True or False: Sergeants are not subject to court cancellation.
Answer – True, they are not
True or false: Sergeants do not receive shift differential
Answer – True, they do not
What beat code would you use if you were a field sergeant for your 415?
The property officer holds a very important responsibility within the command, how long should the minimum tenure be for the position? (HPM 70.1/12-12)
Substances believed to contain PCP shall be (HPM 70.1/5-3):
Money taken as evidence_______ be counted by______ employees: (HPM 70.1/ 5-7)
How long must a lost or stolen firearm remain held in evidence prior to sending it to the Academy for destruction? (HPM 70.1/ 11-9)
Evidence Manual, 70.1, Chapter 1. It is not necessary to retain field notes if all of the following conditions are met: (HPM 70.1, 1-6)
They are incorporated into a formal report. 2. The formal report accurately reflects the content of the notes. 3. The prosecutor turns over a copy of the formal report to the defense counsel before trial.
What is the policy of EEO? (HPM 10.12, 1-3)
*To provide equal employment opportunities for all persons without regard to Age; Ancestry; Color; Disability (physical and mental, including HIV and AIDS); Gender, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression; Genetic Information; Marital Status; Medical Condition (genetic characteristics, cancer, or a record or history of cancer); Military and Veteran Status; National Origin (includes language use restrictions); Political Affiliation/Opinion; Race; Religion (includes religious dress and grooming practices); Retaliation; Sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, related medical conditions, and sexual harassment); and Sexual Orientation.
Which of the following best states one of the supervisor’s roles and responsibilities regarding reasonable accommodation requests? (HPM 10.12, 5-6)
* Ensure all requests for reasonable accommodations are in writing. Departmental procedures require employees/applicants to complete a CHP 163 for such requests. Should an individual not complete, or is not capable of completing a CHP 163, the manager/supervisor may need to complete the request on behalf of the employee.
Large quantities of controlled substances, in excess of ____________ may be destroyed without a court order pursuant to Health and Safety Code (H&S) Section 11479. (P.4-6)
Evidence/property shall be entered and received into the Area Information System (AIS) within _____ business days of seizure. (P.5-3)
Drugs with a street value of ______ or greater shall not be stored in an evidence locker and shall be secured inside the evidence room, a secured safe, or an allied agency evidence room. (P.5-4)
Any package that appears to have been opened or tampered with, after laboratory analysis, (should or shall) be returned to the laboratory to be analyzed again. (P.5-4)
If a firearm cannot be unloaded, due to a mechanical defect, store that firearm separately and the container shall be labeled __________? (P.5-4)
What is the proper way to store wet or damp marijuana?
Money shall be counted by two employees, one of whom should be a ________?. (P.5-8)
Booking large sums of money into evidence, not qualifying for asset forfeiture, (should or shall) be placed into an interest bearing account. (P.5-8)
In the event the appropriate prosecutor declines to file a case, the evidence shall be disposed of __ days after the date of arrest. (P.9-4)
How long shall evidence be held involving offenses punishable by death or life imprisonment; or which involve the embezzlement of public money or falsification of public documents? (P.9-5)
All evidence retained from threshold incidents and incidents which may result in litigation against the Department, shall be held at the Area for at least ___ years, unless otherwise specified by the Office of Internal Affairs (OIA), or the Risk Management Unit (RMU) within the Office of Legal Affairs (OLA). (P.9-5)
Adjudicated case evidence must continue to be held until the period for appeals has expired as follows: (P.9-6)
Felonies: 90 days.
Misdemeanors: 60 days.
Juvenile cases: 90 days.
Unclaimed property where the owner is not known or there is no known party with proper interest shall be purged at ___ day intervals. (P.9-11)
True or False: The Department is obligated to preserve evidence for civil suits. (P.9-14)
False (Exceptions to this rule would be a court order or a gratuitous promise, e.g., an employee promises or implies that evidence will be held for civil litigation.)
Drug burns should be conducted at a minimum of ______ per year. (P.10-6)