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Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

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Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q1. PRIMARY AGRESSOR

In a domestic violence situation, the person considered the primary aggressor is the person who commits the first act of agression. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q2. EPO & CRIMINAL VIOLATION

A criminal violation is not required for a victim to receive an Emergency Protective Order (EPO).

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q3. DV SUPPLEMENTAL

A law enforcement officer can decide whether or not a domestic violence supplemental report should be completed if a crime report has been taken, but an arrest has not been made. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q4. DUAL ARRESTS

In mutually combative situations, deputies are encouraged to make dual arrests of offenders and victims to end the cycle of violence. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q5. MEDICAL & HEALTH PROVIDERS

Medical and health providers are obligated by law to report all incidents or suspected incidents of domestic violence to law enforcement. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q6. PENAL CODE 13700

According to penal code section 13700, placing another person in reasonable apprehension of imminent serious bodily harm is a reportable act of abuse. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q7. PENAL CODE 273.6

Arresting someone for 273.6 PC is not appropriate unless the victim has a restraining order against the offender.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q8. SERVING A RESTRAINING ORDER

If a responding officer is able to verify that a restraining order exists, but the suspect says that s/he has not been served, the officer can serve it at the scene. ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q9. DECISION TO PROSECUTE

The decision to prosecute a suspect lies within the discretion of the District/City Attorney.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q10. EPOS VALID 10 DAYS

Emergency Protective Orders (EPOs) are vaild for 10 days.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q11. MISDEMEANOR ARRESTS

If there is reasonable cause to believe that a misdemeanor offense has been committed, an arrest should be made.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q12. MINORS & PROTECTIVE ORDERS

A minor 12 years of age or older may seek a protective order against an abusive parenter.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q13. FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES

The potential financial consequence of an arrest should be a factor for consideration.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

Q14. PENAL CODE 12028.5

Penal code section 12028.5 provides for seizure of firearms in domestic violence situations.

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

YEARS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE

How many years of law enforcement experience do you have, including other law enforcement agencies? (Please check only one)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

FORMAL EDUCATION

Which of the following best describes your formal education? (Please check only one)

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

TOTAL CORRECT ANSWERS

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Deputy Survey Data.

ID

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

DVSUPP

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

HIGHCHG1

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

HIGHCHG2

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

HIGHCHG3

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

INCMON

Taken from: Evaluation of a Centralized Response to Domestic Violence by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department Domestic Violence Unit, 1998-1999 - Case Tracking Data.

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