I&P Super Final

ryansch's version from 2015-07-15 02:32


Question Answer
You attend a sexual assault. Identify the three main investigative areasVictim, suspect and crime scene (evidence)
What should you be thinking about when dealing with the victim of a sexual assaultPrimary concern – well being and care Injuries to the victim
Building rapport
Preservation and gathering of evidence
Transport victim to hospital by ambulance
S.A. Exam/Morning after pill/medications
Support for victim and family Statements (oral and written)
Video recorded statement
3) Shots fired… You see a car and think it’s the suspect vehicle. What should you be thinking about before stopping the car before a code 5 take down• Location
• Direction of travel
• Running the plate
• How many in the car
• Descriptions of occupants
• Description of the vehicle
• Driving pattern
• Building resources (dog, air 1, NCO, containment)
• Pedestrians

1. Advise the radio dispatcher that you have a high risk vehicle on view. -code 4 air, LP, veh desc, occupant desc, location, confirm crime and weapon, cover units, K9
2. Wait for cover unit prior to stopping the vehicle wherever possible.
3. Choose stop location which is advantageous to the police officer. -escape routes, traffic and pedestrian safety, cover units, location
4. Once the suspect vehicle is stopped, and the members are in position, the following tactical procedures should be followed to remove the suspects from their vehicle. -“This is the Vancouver Police. You are under arrest for armed robbery. You are considered armed and dangerous. Do as I say and you will not get hurt”
5. Clearing the suspect vehicle
You perform the stop of the shots fired suspect vehicle. There are some bad guys in car but there is not enough to for you to arrest anyone (based on the above scenario). What other options do you have? What else should I do? Get unit to Investigate, locate potential crime scene, search for evidence, canvass,
Missing child call. You're first on scene.1. Attend the scene of the complaint as soon as possible
a. Generally the location where the missing person was last confirmed to be seen
b. If necessary protect and preserve the scene
c. Separate and interview witnesses
2. Confirm and broadcast the description of the missing person
a. Obtain new information not obtained by the call taker
b. Ensure the updated description of the missing person is broadcasted
i. Consider including other appropriate jurisdictions with this broadcast
c. Obtain a current photograph of the missing person
d. Consider collecting and preserving an item on which the missing person’s DNA may be found.
3. Notify a field supervisor of the incident
a. Particularly if the investigation:
i. Involves children
ii. Involves foul play
iii. Appears suspicious to the investigator
4. Determine if the missing person is suffering from any medical issues
a. Mental handicaps
b. Physical handicaps
c. Need for prescription drugs or other health concerns
5. Identify any possible locations to which the missing person may have gone
a. Physically search these locations
i. Including the location where the person was last seen
ii. Use additional members for multiple locations
iii. Keep a log of area searched and by whom
b. Notify other agencies if appropriate
i. Neighbouring police agencies
ii. Canada Border Service Agency
iii. Airport authorities
iv. Taxi companies
v. Bus Companies
6. Determine the need for the other resources
a. Police K9 section
b. Police Helicopter
c. Major Crime Detectives
d. Park Wardens
e. Media
f. Amber Alert
g. Search and Rescue
h. C.P.I.C.
i. Enter victim on C.P.I.C. as missing
7. Consider other Investigational aids
a. Surveillance cameras
b. Telephone Companies
i. Phone traps
ii. Cell phone records
c. Financial Institutes
i. ATM activities
ii. Credit card activities
d. Police websites
8. Complete a thorough G.O. report on P.R.I.M.E.
what should you be doing when you arrive on scene with an active shooter- Determine if IRD tactics are necessary
- Determine if you are going to wait for additional members, or proceed immediately with what you have
- Form Contact Team(s).

- Then move directly to the threat, with urgency. Provide information to other responding units
How to deal with an IED- Identify and report locations
- Don’t move - don’t touch
- Visually inspect for potential detonation (trip wires, timing device. burning fuse etc.)
- Move past - continue to locate the suspect and/or victim
You perform a traffic stop with bikers, how you can identify the ranking within the hells angelsFull patch member:
-Front of vest: 2 front patches: Death Head + chapter patch -Red and white chapter patch on chest (left side) all other patches are optional; colours belong to the club

-Back of vest: 3 piece patch: top rocker (Hells Angels), death head, MC patch, bottom rocker (geographic area)

-Front of vest: 2 front patches: “prospect” patch + chapter patch

-Back of vest: red and white bottom rocker + MC patch

-used to supervise lower ranks; used for daily chores, doesn’t have a vote, doesn’t participate in church
-“First in last out with the most to prove”
-Supervise the hangarounds, beck-and-call of the full patch members
-The one that may be tasked to run some kind of physical altercation against police, the mouthpiece or etc.

- 1 front patch: white on red chapter patch
- No other rank patches on vest, subservient to prospects and full members

-Don’t wear colors; hang out at club-house; do shit jobs

-Could be past acquaintance to a member; not involved in the club
Regarding your biker stop, what kind of report should you put in?• INTELL file or street check
• Note who was there, clothing, times etc.
Street check with IV drug user, things you should be cautious about• Bodily fluids
• Rigs and needles
• Other diseases
• Open sores
• More drugs and paraphernalia (i.e. broken crack pipes)
• Weapons
Source Handling: regarding the above street check, someone gives you info that the user is doing criminal activity. How do you document that source info? Where do you keep the details including person’s name?Not in your patrol notebook
- informant notebook per informant •
- Has everything in it except informant’s name •
- What they’re wearing, where you met them, high or sober, demeanor, where and when, what they said and what you said •
- leave it in your locker
- at meets take notes on scrap paper or cell phone… then staple that right into notebook when you get back in •
- Drill-down: How do you know? Why would they tell you? Are you involved? Who else knows will it compromise you if we act?
Break and Enter in Progress: you need to set up containment but have limited resources. Draw a picture of how you would set up.• Depends on how many people you have
• Diagonally across from each other (i.e. eye on ¼ corner, then partner to 2/3 corner) -- this way the eye can see the front and can be in a containment position
• OR -- have a front and rear eye (i.e. if holding a containment spot compromises your ability to see what you need to see)
How do you work with a dogman if there’s a fleeing suspect from the break and enter in progress? How to track with the dog?• Ask Dog Master what he or she wants
• Stay out of the dog leash radius
• Don’t call out your observations - tap Dog Master on shoulder and point things out
• Stay behind Dog Master (or 3 o’clock or 9 o’clock position -- depends what Dog Master wants)
• Broadcasting directions and locations (if wanted by Dog Master)
• If Dog Man wants you to do the broadcast, wait until he gives the thumbs up for definite direction (i.e. when dog is casting and trying to pick up the track/figuring things out)
Crime scene management: break and enter to a residence; you’re scoping the place out and trying to figure out if you should call IDENT. What are some receptive surfaces for fingerprints?• Shiny, flat, smooth, clean surfaces
• Dry
• Not textured
• Consider footprint casts
Going to deal with shoplifter, ID issues, Databases available to you.• PRIME/CPIC (10-29)/CNI
• Marks, scars, tattoos (descriptors)
• Like Shryvering someone -- last contact with police, mother’s maiden name, address, DOB, name, picture ID, signature, birth stone, astrological sign
Court scenario – rules in place referring to your notebook in courtYou as the author - made at time of incident or shortly thereafter, memory has been exhausted, obtained consent from judge
Another officer if that officer read and signed the notebook at the time the notes were made
The judge, crown, defense
A witness or victim if they read and signed the notebook at the time the notes were made
Hold-up Alarm: False. How do you clear it?• Get an eye
• Set up containment
• Get resources
• If it looks like business as usual - go clear it systematically room by room
• Talk with staff or whoever until you’re sure everything is fine

1. Dispatch will contact occupants of business
2. Dispatch obtains description & name of a staff member
3. Dispatch directs the staff member outside to a safe location of your choosing
4. Staff member exits premise and walks to the location
5. You debrief the staff member
6. You determine the alarm is false
7. Safely approach premise and visually confirm
8. Notify dispatch
Hold up Alarm: Bank robbery in progress. What to do if you’re closest person?Get an eye
- Remain a block away until advised by dispatch that suspect has left
- Park out of sight
- use cover
- you will have air priority.

If circumstances dictate (Shots fired inside) – You may have to enter before the suspect has fled
- apprehend the suspect if possible
- Attend the scene if suspect has fled
- Gather and broadcast relevant information ASAP
- Ensure the crime scene is secured and evidence protected
- Determine the need for FIS / VWS
- What is the existing situation?
- Descriptions of suspects/ vehicles?
- Direction and means of escape
- Employee following?
- Weapons?
- Injuries EHS?
- Description of stolen articles
10-80 codes10-80 to 10-88 Record of... (violence, robbery, offensive weapons, break and enter, theft, drugs, fraud, sex, other criminal code)

Field search, best systematic way to do that#1. Use contact & cover
#2. Control the subject - Handcuff
#3. Control the territory of the search - Move the person if needed
#4. Control the immediate ground- Do a visual sweep
#5. Control and decide where you are going to place seized items
#6. Ask the subject if they have any weapons or sharps
#7. Assume the 2.5 position - Firearm side bladed away
#8. Search area of immediate reach first - back of belt around shirt and cuffs
#9. Head collar and mouth
#10. Rear and front of one side of torso to bottom of pants pocket
#11. Repeat for opposite side
#12. Front and back of each leg
#13. Remove foot wear if appropriate
#14. Search ankles and socks
#15. Back hand sweep of groin and lower abdomen

C&C, Control X 4, Ask, Assume, Search X 5, Remove, search, Sweep
Notebook – you’ve arrested someone, find all this stuff, what should be in your notebook at a certain point, what would make sense.Date, time, location, nature of the incident, diagram

Evidence - what it was, where it was found, who found it, how it was marked, its disposition, its lawful owner, found in possession.

Suspect description, crime scene description, property description, vehicle description, injury description, damage description, things that will change, Arrest - time of arrest, name and DOB, location of arrest, reason for arrest, when charter rights were provided and understood. Use of force.

When seizing money get a second officer to verify amount, initial notebook, initial evidence bag
Sudden Death - Post mortem changes to a corpse, how long it takes before you see those changes.1. Gradual decrease in core temperature of the deceased body
a. 15 and 24 hours

2. Rigor-mortis – muscular stiffening
a. 8-12 hours

3. Post-mortem lividity – settling of blood causing purple staining of the skin
a. Starts within 30 mins
b. Pronounced after 4 hours
c. Fixed between 8-12 hours

4. Putrefaction – decomposition of the body, gasses are being released
a. Usually begins within 36-48 hours
b. Vein marbling is apparent within 3-5 days. Skin blisters develops within 5-6 days
c. The entire body becomes bloated within 2-3 weeks

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