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1) When an officer is involved in or witnesses an incident in which they believe excess force may have been used by any peace officer, they shall immediately report the incident to a CHP supervisor and submit a report thoroughly documenting the events. As the supervisor receiving this, what are your responsibilities?

a. Ensure that a proper, thorough, and accurate reporting procedures are followed
b. An investigation is conducted and documented
i. These guidelines are followed whether such incidents involve an allied agency, CHP personnel, or both
ii. Investigation of incidents involving allied agencies shall be coordinated at the appropriate Division level

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2) A supervisor shall evaluate all pursuits and complete a CHP 187 Pursuit Report, when the incident is the definition of a pursuit. All pursuit reports shall be documented using the automated Pursuit Reporting System (PRS) within______ of the pursuit?

a. 10 calendar days

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3) What is the major difference between a “high risk stop” and a “felony stop?”

a. That officers display their firearms in a “low ready” position on “high risk”

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4) Upon being notified of a pursuit, the supervisor shall immediately notify the communications center they are joining or monitoring the pursuit and accepting supervisory responsibility. The supervisor is accountable for what four things?

a. Taking an active role in the pursuit and conducting an ongoing evaluation of the incident
b. Discontinuing the pursuit, when necessary
c. Ensuring the pursuit is conducted in accordance with policy
d. Proceeding to the termination point, if at all practicable, to provide guidance and supervision, and to gather information for the pursuit report

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5) The contents of this chapter (70.6) and the local pursuit training guide, shall be reviewed by all uniform employees at the rank of _____ and below on a quarterly basis?

a. Sergeants

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6) Uniformed employees must be guided by what two key principles in the understanding and application of the use of force policy?

a. Sound professional judgment
b. The force reasonable for the situation as provided by law and in conformance with departmental policy

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7) At the officer’s discretion, what person(s) may be exempted from handcuffing to the rear?

a. Sick, injured, or disabled
b. Elderly
c. Visibly pregnant

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8) You respond to the scene of an incident involving a less-lethal shotgun. The scene is stabilized and the subject is taken into custody. Pictures of the subject(s) and their injuries should or shall be taken?

a. Should

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9) Whereas the Area commander is responsible for the trainee and/or FTO discipline, Area FTEP coordinators typically initiate disciplinary matters. True or false?

a. True

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What are the three avenues of separation from the Department which apply to the FTEP?

a. Adverse action, rejection during probation, and resignation

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1) When officers are involved in or witness an incident in which they believe excess force may have been used by any peace officer, they shall immediately report the incident to a CHP supervisor and submit a report thoroughly documenting the events. A supervisor or manager are responsible for ensuring what four criteria?

(1) Proper, thorough, and accurate reporting procedures are followed.
(2) An investigation is conducted and documented.
(3) These guidelines are followed whether such incidents involve an allied agency, CHP personnel, or both.
(4) Investigation of incidents involving allied agencies shall be coordinated at the appropriate Division level

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2) What are the supervisory duties in the event of a pursuit?

(1) Once the supervisor becomes aware of the pursuit, they shall take an active role in the pursuit and conduct an ongoing evaluation of the incident.
a. The supervisor must also balance the known or reasonably suspected offense, and the apparent need for immediate capture against the risks to peace officers, innocent motorists, and others to protect the public.
(2) Discontinuing the pursuit, when necessary, in accordance with the policy contained in HPM 70.6.
(3) Ensuring the pursuit is conducted in accordance with the provisions of HPM 70.6, including:
a. No more than the necessary number of units are involved.
b. Request for aircraft has been made.
c. The appropriate radio channel is being utilized.
d. Affected allied agencies have been notified.
(4) Proceeding to the termination point, if at all practicable, to provide guidance and supervision, and to gather information for the pursuit report.

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3) What is the optimal deployment range for the less-lethal shotgun?

5 to 60 feet

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4) A supervisor shall evaluate all pursuits and complete a CHP 187 Pursuit Report, when the incident meets the definition of a pursuit. All pursuit reports shall be documented using the automated Pursuit Reporting System (PRS). The entry into PRS shall be completed within ___ calendar days of the pursuit.

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5) The decision to attempt legal intervention shall be based on careful consideration of all facts apparent to the officer, and should be initiated when conditions permit. A supervisor’s permission ____ be obtained prior to initiating legal intervention.

Should

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6) An officer ___ discontinue a pursuit when directed by a supervisor.

Shall

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8) What is the minimum number of hours a trainee on break-in during Phases I, II, and III shall be provided per phase?

187 hours

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All uniformed members shall undergo _______hours of ECD training by Academy certified instructors and certify prior to carrying the ECD.

8 hours

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According to CHP policy, in the cases of armed subjects, the ECD ______________ be used without the cover of lethal force. (

Should not

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The ECD SHOULD NOT be used in the following circumstances:

The subject is pregnant, elderly, or frail.
Subject weighs less than 80 pounds.
Subject is a young child.

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After an ECD deployment, Officers shall not remove a probe if it has unintentionally lodged in any of the following areas:

Groin
Breast area on a female
Head and eyes
Neck
Spinal column
Joints

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When the ECD is used to overcome resistance in the field, pictures of the probe sites, drive stun sites, and any other injuries _________ be taken. And when the less-lethal shotgun is used to overcome resistance in the field, pictures of the subject’s injuries ___________ be taken.

Shall/should

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The optimum distance for the CEW is ___________ and the maximum distance is ____________.

7-15 ft / 25 ft

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How many use of force options are there in HPM 70.6?

SEVEN

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TRUE OR FALSE:
DEMEANOR is not a use of force option?

TRUE

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During Phases I, II, and III, a minimum of 187 hours of training shall be provided per phase. At the conclusion of the four phases, a minimum of 600 hours of training shall have been provided to the trainee. Limbo days are included in the total number of training hours as they are assigned to an FTO on that first day; however, the initial orientation period is not included.

TRUE

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TRUE OR FALSE?
If a trainee proceeds from Phase III to Phase IV and their performance drops to an unacceptable level during Phase IV, the trainee should be removed from Phase IV and an Extension Phase should be initiated.

TRUE

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TRUE OR FALSE?
If a trainee resigns or is rejected during probation, the resignation or termination date shall be entered on page 2 of the CHP 115A in the “General/Noteworthy events” area.

TRUE

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What are seven different use of force options?

Oleoresin Capsicum., Control Holds, ECW electronic control device, deadly force, baton, personal weapons, less lethal shotgun.

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Supervisor’s approval to destroy the animal should or shall be obtained with
consideration of the geographical location and the employee’s experience?

Should