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ID

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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COMMAND AREA

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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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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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INCDAY

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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INCYR

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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CITY

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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ZIP

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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REPORT

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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REPLOC

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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ACT1

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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ACT2

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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ACT3

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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ACT4

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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ACT5

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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ACT6

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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NONE

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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GUN

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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KNIFE

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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BODY

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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PHONE

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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OTRPROP

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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VERBAL

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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THREAT

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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OTRWEAP

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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UNKWEAP

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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VICINJ

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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SUSINJ

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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MEDTX

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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