Criminal Process, Arrests, and Searches

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According to the policy mentioned, who has the authority and duty to make arrests based on probable cause?

What does 'probable cause' refer to, as per the definitions provided in the text?

Who is responsible for executing arrest warrants, as mentioned in the text?

What does the policy of the Department state about executing search warrants?

What is the primary role of law enforcement officers according to the policy mentioned in the text?

When can a law enforcement officer conduct a warrantless search?

What should happen to personal items in a vehicle during impounding?

What does 'proper party' mean in the context of obtaining consent to search?

In what situation can a law enforcement officer conduct a very limited scope warrantless search?

What is required if a law enforcement officer returns to a crime scene to conduct a search?

Who is authorized to give consent to search the particular premises?

Under what circumstances can a law enforcement officer conduct a frisk of a person?

What must be done if a law enforcement officer wishes to conduct a search subsequent to initial processing of the crime scene?

What authorization allows a law enforcement officer to conduct a warrantless search?

What is the definition of a strip search?

According to the text, who is responsible for notifying command staff of any release (unarrest) of a detainee?

Under what circumstances may a strip search be conducted on individuals without an arrest in the field?

What should be done if there are discrepancies in verifying a person's identity during an arrest with a warrant?

In what situations is it the policy of the Boca Raton Police Department to permit the audio and video taping of officer/citizen encounters, including traffic stops?

What is required when taking a person into custody based on a confirmed arrest warrant?

What should be done if probable cause for an arrest exists based solely on an identification from a photo lineup?

Under what circumstances should an arrest warrant be obtained prior to arresting the violator?

What will happen when citizen recorders physically interfere with an LEO’s official duties or cause an unlawful disturbance of the peace?

What should be done if there are discrepancies in verifying a person's identity during an arrest with no warrant?

In what situations should a LEO attempt to obtain an arrest warrant prior to arrest?

What must the LEO attach when returning the warrant?

How long is the search warrant for mobile tracking devices valid from the day it is signed?

When must the tracking device be placed on the property to be tracked?

During what time period must the tracking device be placed on the property tracked?

Where must the property being tracked be located when the tracking device is placed?

What information must be noted by the LEO executing the warrant when installing the tracking device?

When must the person whose property is tracked be given a copy of the warrant?

Under what law is active criminal intelligence information exempt from public inspection?

In which scenarios can an LEO search a person, vehicle, home, or property without a warrant?

Under what circumstances may a vehicle be searched without a warrant?

In which situation may a strip search be conducted without a warrant?

What must the LEO obtain before conducting a strip search?

Under what circumstances can a strip search be conducted for a person arrested for a traffic, regulatory, or misdemeanor offense?

Who should perform the strip search on a person of the same gender as the arrested person?

Under what conditions should LEOs conduct strip-searches?

What must be true in order for a body cavity search to be conducted without a warrant?

Who can conduct a body cavity search?

What authorization must the LEO obtain before conducting a body cavity search?

"Search warrants shall only be issued upon sufficient "probable cause," supported by oath or affirmation."" What does this statement mean?

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated." What legal concept does this statement represent?

What should a search warrant include at a minimum?

What is required after establishing probable cause for a warrant?

____________, or his/her designee, shall approve the use of the SWAT Team for all entries involving narcotics warrants.

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This quiz covers the legal aspects of strip searches conducted by law enforcement officers, including the conditions under which a strip search can be carried out and the requirement for obtaining written authorization.

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