FR 1 Code of Conduct

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FR 1 Code of Conduct
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  1. In reference to official records, Members may not divulge, make known, or exhibit the contents of an official file or record to?
    To News Media
  2. The term “Badge of Office” shall include:
    • the identification card
    • badge
    • uniform
  3. TRUE of FALSE: In certain instances, like a Charitable function, it is permissible to display the sponsors name and an insignia identifying the Pa. State Police.
    True
  4. _____________ conduct is that type of conduct which could reasonably be expected to destroy public respect for Pennsylvania State Police officers and/ or confidence in the Department.
    Unbecoming
  5. If Tpr. Honadue walks in to a Dunkin Donuts and attempts to use or permits the use of his _________ in any manner wherein it can reasonably be construed that preferential treatment is desired by him it is a violation of FR 1-1.
    badge of office
  6. Whenever members take any police action, they shall promptly and respectfully identify themselves by giving their _____ _____, and other appropriate identification to persons involved.
    name & rank
  7. True or False? Members shall not, with the specific intent to further its aims, join or become a member of any organization or society which has, as a purpose, the overthrow of, or interference with, any lawfully constituted government of the United States, except in the performance of duty.
    True
  8. If Cpl. Gernakhan has his PennDot license photo taken in his PSP uniform it is also an abuse of badge of office. Circle all that apply as an example of such abuse.
    • Use "Pennsylvania State Police" or "State Police" as part of the address of their driver's license or registration card
    • Wearing any attire, insignia, or emblem displaying/inferring an affiliation with the Pennsylvania State Police.
  9. When members take any legally prescribed drug or nonprescription drug and have reason to believe that it will functionally impair their duty performance, it shall be reported to their supervisor _______ prior to engaging in any duty activity.
    immediately
  10. Alcoholic beverages shall not be brought into, or stored in, any department installation or vehicle, or any part thereof, except in an emergency situation, on orders from a supervisor, or when it has been seized. True/False
    True
  11. Any drug screen test for members for a controlled substance that results in a confirmed positive finding shall be the basis for administrative/disciplinary action. True/False
    True
  12. Members may become surety or guarantor, post bond, or furnish bail for:
    • Themselves
    • Members of their immediate family
    • Other persons upon showing reasonable cause and with the approval of their commander/director.
  13. True/False-If the carrying of weapons in a court is restricted by any federal, state, or county court judge, members/enforcement officers shall NOT carry any weapon (s) in that court and may surrender any weapon(s) for secure storage at the court.
    True
  14. True/False-Members/enforcement officers who are armed and in civilian clothes shall conceal their weapons(s) from public view.
    True
  15. True/False-A member shall not exercise direct and immediate supervisory authority over a family member.
    True
  16. Absences: Members who know they will be unable to report for duty due to illness or injury they incurred while off duty shall immediately notify their supervisor (or ensure such notification) of.
    • the nature of the injury or illness
    • where they will be recuperating
    • the expected date of return to duty
  17. Addressing the Public: While on duty in any capacity, members shall at all times address the general public, defendants and all other persons by.
    their surname; eg. Mr., Mrs, or their professional title
  18. Suggestions pertaining to Services: Except in the transaction of personal business, members shall not recommend or suggest in any manner, the employment or procurement of a particular product, professional service or commercial service. In the case of a ___________, when such a service is necessary and the person needing the service is unable or unwilling to procure same members shall contact the nearest available agency offering the required service.
    ambulance or towing
  19. Acceptance of valuables and evidence: Acting in official capacity, members may accept valuables from individuals who merely desire to check them for that purpose. True or False?
    False
  20. Use of intoxicants on duty: Members may consume intoxicants while on duty when necessary to properly perform assigned functions as directed by their supervisor. True or False?
    True
  21. True or False. While on duty or off duty, members may utilize Department resources to conduct private profit or nonprofit business activities, with prior approval from the Troop Commander.
    False
  22. Members in uniform may smoke or chew tobacco as long as they?
    • Are not in contact with the public
    • Are not in a formation or at an official function
    • Do not have to leave their assignment for the sole purpose of smoking or
    • chewing
  23. If a member takes police action while off duty, the member shall report such action to.
    Troop Commander
  24. Saluting and/or properly addressing another member by his/her designated rank or title serve as acts of recognition and as an indication of respect. A salute shall be rendered to.
    • All uniformed Commissioned Officers by Noncommissioned Officers and Troopers, regardless of the subordinates attire.
    • Ranking uniformed Commissioned Officers by Commissioned Officers of lower rank, regardless of the subordinates attire.
    • Uniformed Commissioned Officers of the United States Armed Forces, other State Police organizations, and Highway Patrols by uniformed members.
  25. True or False. Whenever allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual misconduct are made against a member, supervisors within the chain of command of the member alleged to have committed such conduct shall conduct an independent investigation into the allegations against the member.
    False
  26. A hand salute shall not be rendered and returned for all of the following situations.
    When a subordinate member is off duty and not on the premises of a Pennsylvania State Police installation.
  27. When a Commissioned Officer enters a room where members are assembled awaiting instructions, or in attendance at a meeting called to conduct Pennsylvania State Police business, the first member to observe the Commissioned Officer shall give the command.
    Attention
  28. SALUTING AND/OR PROPERLY ADDRESSING ANOTHER MEMBER BY HIS/HER DESIGNATED RANK OR TITLE SERVE AS ACTS OF RECOGNITION AND AS AN INDICATION OF RESPECT. WHOM TO SALUTE: A HAND SALUTE SHALL BE RENDERED TO.
    • ALL UNIFORMED COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BY NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND TROOPERS, REGARDLESS OF THE SUBORDINATES ATTIRE.
    • RANKING UNIFORMED COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BY COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF LOWER RANK, REGARDLESS OF THE SUBORDINATES ATTIRE.
    • UNIFORMED COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES, OTHER STATE POLICE ORGANIZATIONS, AND HIGHWAY PATROLS BY UNIFORMED MEMBERS.
    • THE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA, AND THE COMMISSIONER AND DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE BY ALL MEMBERS, REGARDLESS OF ATTIRE.
  29. WHEN NOT TO SALUTE: A HAND SALUTE SHALL NOT BE RENDERED WHEN A MEMBER:
    • IS IN RANKS AND DIRECTLY APPROACHED BY A COMMISSIONED
    • OFFICER; HOWEVER, THE MEMBER SHALL COME TO ATTENTION.
    • IS IN A CHURCH, THEATER, OR ON A PUBLIC CONVEYANCE.
    • IS AT WORK IN AN OFFICE; HOWEVER, IF A SUBORDINATE MEMBER IS DIRECTLY APPROACHED BY A COMMISSIONED OFFICER, THE SUBORDINATE MEMBER SHALL ASSUME THE POSITION OF ATTENTION.
    • IS IN A SITUATION WHERE HIS/HER IDENTITY WOULD BE COMPROMISED
    • (E.G., A VICE DETAIL).
  30. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT TRUE WHILE ADDRESSING OTHER MEMBERS: THE PROPER FORM OF ADDRESS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
    WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO ADDRESS ANOTHER MEMBER'S NAME IN DEALING WITH THE PUBLIC, THE MEMBER'S FULL NAME SHALL BE PRECEDED BY HIS/HER DESIGNATED RANK OR TITLE. (THE MEMBERS SURNAME)
  31. CALLING GROUPS TO ATTENTION (TRUE OR FALSE)
    False

    NOTE:WHEN A COMMISSIONED OFFICER ENTERS A ROOM WHERE MEMBERS ARE ASSEMBLED AWAITING INSTRUCTIONS, OR IN ATTENDANCE AT A MEETING CALLED TO CONDUCT PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE BUSINESS, THE HIGHEST RANKING NON-COMM MEMBER TO OBSERVE THE COMMISSIONED OFFICER SHALL GIVE THE COMMAND ATTENTION. (FIRST MEMBER OBSERVING THE COMMISSIONED OFFICER)
  32. TRUE OR FALSE: THE MEMBERS ARE NOT BROUGHT TO ATTENTION IF A RANKING COMMISSIONED OFFICER IS PRESENT IN THE ASSEMBLAGE
    TRUE
  33. Custodial Interrogation dictates when Miranda Rights must be given. True/False
    True
  34. Separate individuals who are to be interviewed regarding the same incident as soon as possible. True/False
    True
  35. During a Non-Custodial Interrogation if an individual requests to leave, the individual should be permitted to do so. True/False
    True
  36. When a Custodial Interrogation occurs prior to a preliminary arraignment, the individual’s statement must be obtained within _____ hours.
    6
  37. Situations in which warrantless searches and seizures of persons and property may be justified include but are not limited to.
    • Search by consent
    • Scene of a Crime
    • Upon entering a PSP facility provided proper signage has been posted
  38. Which are examples of a Serious Police Incident according to F.R. 1-5?
    • Any incident involving the use of physical force in which death or serious bodily
    • injury occurs as a result of the actions of a member.
    • Police pursuit resulting in death or serious bodily injury.
    • Death of a prisoner while in the custody of a member.
  39. During a Serious Police Incident the duty supervisor shall assign another member to accompany the involved member to a secure location and to remain with the involved member while monitoring their well-being. True/False
    True
  40. In a serious police incident, the duty supervisor shall.
    • Respond to the scene and assume command until properly relieved by the Troop Commander, when appropriate.
    • Assign another member/enforcement officer to accompany the involved member/enforcement officer to a secure location, and to remain with the involved member/enforcement officer while monitoring their overall well-being.
    • Contact the Station/Section Commander or Division Director and inform him/her of the incident.
    • Contact the Troop Officer of the Day and inform him/her of the incident.
  41. True or False: No interviews of involved members/enforcement officers shall be conducted by IAD until the member has been afforded the opportunity to consult with FOP/PSTA counsel and a representative from MAP; and the enforcement officer has been afforded the opportunity to consult with a Central Conference representative and a representative from MAP.
    True
  42. True or False: The involved member/enforcement officer shall be removed from the incident scene as quickly and discretely as possible.
    True
  43. When a member/enforcement officer reports for duty and appears to be under the influence of alcohol, drugs, and/or other substances (ADS), the ____________ shall prevent the individual from working while appropriate steps are taken to verify their condition.
    Shift Supervisor
  44. In all cases, other Department personnel shall be requested to observe the member/enforcement officer and to prepare department correspondence, Form SP 3-201, documenting all factors and indicators supporting their opinion as to whether the member/enforcement officer appears to be under the influence of ADS. True/False
    True
  45. Steps shall also include interviewing the member/enforcement officer and noting the following.
    • Disheveled appearance
    • Odor of ADS
    • Glassy eyes/dilated pupils
    • Slurred speech, Staggered gait
  46. If after the breath/blood test it is determined a member’s/enforcement officer’s blood alcohol is above 0.04% or member/enforcement officer refused to submit to Breath/Blood Test they are placed on.
    Restricted duty pending resolution of internal investigation
  47. True/False: If after the breath/blood test it is determined a member’s/enforcement officer’s blood alcohol is below 0.04% the Commander/Director shall make a determination as to whether restricted duty status is necessary, pending resolution of internal investigation.
    True
  48. If a supervisor has reasonable grounds to believe that a member/enforcement officer is under the influence of alcohol, the appropriate Commander shall be notified and.
    Blue Team Entry.

    An internal investigation shall be initiated.

    The member/enforcement officer shall be requested and ordered to submit to a breath/blood test.
  49. The Bureau of Integrity and Professional Standards, Internal Affairs Division (IAD), shall be contacted immediately when a supervisor has reasonable grounds to believe a member/enforcement officer is under the influence of drugs and/or other substances. True/False
    True
  50. To contact the Bureau of Integrity and Professional Standards after normal working hours Supervisors shall contact the Department Watch Center. True/False
    True
  51. The assigned IAD member shall ensure the designated drug testing vendor is contacted to administer the necessary test of the member/enforcement officer suspected of being under the influence to determine the presence of drugs and/or other substances. True/False
    True
  52. If a supervisor believes a member/enforcement officer who is suspected to be under the influence of ADS may be harmful to themselves or others shall order the member/enforcement officer to relinquish their Department issued weapon(s). True/False
    True
  53. At the conclusion of all administrative tests/evaluations, arrangements shall be made to have the member/enforcement officer transported to their home, other proper location, or if appropriate, to a medical facility. Whenever possible, a family member should be contacted to provide the transportation. True/False
    True

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