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NCJ Number: 150156 Find in a Library
Title: Irvine Police Department Police Officer Field Training Resource Manual
Author(s): S Soto; T Hume
Corporate Author: Irvine Police Dept
United States of America
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 189
Sponsoring Agency: Irvine Police Dept
Irvine, CA 92714
Sale Source: Irvine Police Dept
17200 Jamboree Road
P.O. Box 19575
Irvine, CA 92714
United States of America
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This Field Training Resource Manual for the Irvine Police Department (California) provides the information and procedures necessary for completing all phases of field training tasks.
Abstract: Phase 1 consists of a combination of 30 tasks, units of knowledge, and procedures. Among the topics reviewed are codes for emergency calls for help and the use of the vehicle tracking system, the chain of command for the field training officer program, procedures for handling various types of damage to city property, geographic orientation, and radio operation. Phase 2 addresses various types of specialized police tasks, such as adult booking procedures, animal services, bicycle reports, court preparation and testimony, crime scene investigation, disturbances, family disputes and domestic violence, and high-risk vehicle stops. Phase 3 focuses on the laws and police procedures pertinent to various types of crime and emergencies. These include homicide investigations, immigration violations, narcotics, robbery, safety hazards, gangs and organized crime, hazardous materials incidents, and power outages.
Main Term(s): Police field training
Index Term(s): California; Police policies and procedures; Police recruit training
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