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    • 3rd TRIMESTER REVIEW BY P.O. TAORMINA
      • DETECTING AND DETERRING FRAUD
    • William Peters is arrested by P.O. Ellis for Petit Larceny. Upon presenting the Prisoner to the Desk Officer, P.O. Ellis warns Mr. Peters that if he lies about his Name/address/D.O.B. he will have another charge against him. After Mr. Peters Fingerprints are verified, they come back to a Peter Williams, Mr. Williams Should be charged with: A. Criminal Impersonation – Misdemeanor B. Criminal Impersonation – Felony C. False Personation – Misdemeanor D. False Personation – Felony
    • William Peters is arrested by P.O. Ellis for Petit Larceny. Upon presenting the Prisoner to the Desk Officer, P.O. Ellis warns Mr. Peters that if he lies about his Name/address/D.O.B. he will have another charge against him. After Mr. Peters Fingerprints are verified, they come back to a Peter Williams, Mr. Williams Should be charged with: C. False Personation – Misdemeanor
      • A person impersonates:
      • INDIVIDUAL
      • ORGANIZATION
      • WITH THE INTENT TO:
      • OBTAIN A BENEFIT
      • CAUSE AN INJURY
      • DEFRAUD ANOTHER
      • CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION
      • Frank who displays a duplicate NYPD Police Officer’s shield to security officer outside Madison Square Garden, and states “I’m on duty” to gain access to Wrestle Mania XX, without having to pay for a ticket, could be charged with :
      • CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION – MISD.
      • CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION – FELONY (2 WAYS)
      • A. WHO:
      • POLICE OFFICER
      • WEARS:
      • UNIFORM
      • DISPLAYS
      • FAKE BADGE OR ID
      • &
      • COMMITS/ATT. - FELONY
      • B. IMPERSONATES:
      • WHO:
      • A PHYSICIAN AND CALLS TO HAVE PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
      • UNLAWFUL USE/POSSESSION OF OFFICIAL POLICE CARDS – MISD
      • A PERSON HAS IN HIS/HER POSSESSION ANY:
      • OFFICIAL NYPD ID CARD
      • WORKING PRESS CARD
      • EMERGENCY REPAIR CARD
      • PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER VEH CARD
      • NEWS REEL CAMERA VEH. CARD
      • EMERGENCY SERVICE CARD
      • UNLAWFUL USE OF POLICE UNIFORM OR EMBLEM – MISD.
      • A NON-MOS WEARS/DISPLAYS:
      • POLICE UNIFORM
      • INSIGNIA
      • SHIELD
      • ON SELF OR VEHICLE
      • INVESTIGATES ALL ROBBERY AND OTHER SERIOUS CRIME INVOLVING POLICE IMPERSONATION COMPLAINTS:
      • POLICE IMPERSONATION UNIT
      • INVESTIGATES ALL OTHER CRIMINAL IMPERSONATIONS COMPLAINTS:
      • PCT. DET. SQUAD
      • WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD, DECEIVE OR INJURE ANOTHER
      • FALSELY MAKES, COMPLETES, ALTERS
      • A WRITTEN INSTRUMENT
      • FORGERY MISDEMEANOR
      • WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD, DECEIVE OR INJURE ANOTHER
      • FALSELY MAKES, COMPLETES, ALTERS
      • A WRITTEN INSTRUMENT
      • THE INSTRUMENT IS:
        • DEED, WILL , CREDIT CARD
        • PUBLIC RECORD
        • PRESCRIPTIONS
      • FORGERY - FELONY
    • WEAPONS
      • DEADLY WEAPONS:
      • DAGGER
      • SWITCHBLADE
      • GRAVITY KNIFE
      • METAL KNUCKLES KNIFE
      • BILLY
      • BLACKJACK
      • METAL / PLASTIC KNUCKES
      • PILUM BALISTIC KNIFE
      • ANYTHING THAT FIRES A SHOT
      • CPW – FELONY: S.M.A.L.L.D.A.T.E.
      • SILENCER
      • MACHINE GUN
      • ANY PRIOR CRIME CONVICTION
      • LOADED FIREARM (OUTSIDE)
      • LARGE CAPACITY AMMO FEEDER
      • DEFACED/DISGUISED FIREARM
      • ASSAULT WEAPON
      • THREE (3) OR MORE FIREARMS
      • EXPLOSIVES
      • A MACHINE GUN FOUND IN A DWELLING, STRUCTURE, VEHICLE IS PRESUMED TO BE POSSESSED BY:
      • ALL PERSONS THEREIN
      • ANY WEAPON FOUND IN A VEH IS PRESUMED TO BE POSSED BY:
      • ALL THEREIN
      • VEHICLE WITH FOUR PASSENGERS NOT STOLEN AND WEAPON IS FOUND ON ONE PERSON
      • CHARGE THAT PERSON
      • VEHICLE NOT STOLEN AND WEAPON IS FOUND IN THE VEHICLE WITH FOUR PASSENGERS
      • CHARGE ALL PASSENGERS
      • CPW – MISD: R.A.I.D.
      • RAZOR
      • ARMOR PIERCING AMMO
      • IMITATION PISTOL
      • DANGEROUS INSTRUMENT
      • PERSON COMMITS A CLASS “B” OR “C” VIOLENT FELONY AND THEY POSSESS A FIREARM DURING THE COMMISSION OF THIS FELONY AND IS WEARING A BULLET RESISTANT ARMOR> CHARGE:
      • UNLAWFUL WEARING A BODY VEST
      • JIM THE JEWELER KEEPS A LOADED, UNLICENSED .44 CALIBER IN HIS JEWELRY SHOP FOR PROTECTION. JIM COULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • CPW – MISDEMEANOR
      • IF JIM WAS CAUGHT WITH THE UNLOADED .44 CALIBER WITH THE SERIAL NUMBER SCRATCHED OFF. JIM COULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • CPW - FELONY
      • STEVE HITS DAVE IN THE HEAD WITH A BRICK, CAUSING A SPI. IN ADDITION TO THE ASSAULT, STEVE COULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • CPW - MISDEMEANOR
      • YOU STOP A VEH. OCCUPIED WITH 4 PEOPLE. THE VEH. IS NOT STOLEN AND YOU OBSERVE A SWITHBLADE IN THE POCKET OF THE DRIVER:
      • P/L CHARGE:
      • WHO:
      CPW - MISD JUST THE DRIVER
      • IF THE VEHICLE WERE TO COME BACK AS A STOLEN VEHICLE, AND YOU OBSERVE THE SWITHBLADE KNIFE IN THE POCKET OF THE DRIVER: PENAL LAW CHARGE:
      • CPW MISDEMEANOR
      • WHO:
      • ALL OCCUPANTS IN THE VEHICLE
      • YOU RESPOND TO AN AIDED CASE IN AN APARTMENT. UPON ENTERING THE APT. YOU SEE IN PLAINVIEW A LOADED TECH. 9 MACHINE GUN ON TOP OF THE BED. THE AIDED WIFE AND MOTHER IN LAW ARE IN THE APT AS WELL: PENAL CHARGE:
      • CPW – FELONY
      • WHO:
      • EVERYBODY PRESENT
      • PETE USES A TOY WATER GUN AND HOLDS UP A CANDY STORE: IN ADDITION TO THE ROBBERY CHARGE:
      • P/L CHARGE: CPW - MISDEMEANOR
      • TO IDENTIFY A FIREARM WITH NO SERIAL NUMBER, THE VOUCHERING OFFICER WILL USE:
      • A SECURITY LEAD SEAL
      • JOHN, A DISGRUNTLED POSTAL WORKER IS ON HIS MAIL ROUTE IN POSSESSION OF A LOADED, STOLEN PISTOL. WHAT OFFENSES MAY JOHN BE CHARGED WITH?
      • CPW – FELONY
      • CPSP – FELONY
      • A PERSON POSSESSES AN UNLOADED FIREARM WHILE RIDING ON A BUS.
      • CPW - MISDEMEANOR
      • AFTER MAKING A LAWFUL CAR STOP, P.O. SMITH SEES A LOADED FIREARM ON THE REAR SEAT. THE CAR IS NOT STOLEN, THERE ARE 3 PEOPLE IN THE CAR, AND ONE OF THEM IS SEATED IN THE BACK SEAT.
      • WHO GETS ARRESTED?
      • ALL 3 PASSENGERS
      • WHAT IS THE PROPER CHARGE?
      • CPW – FELONY
      • TRUE OR FALSE
      • ILLEGALLY POSSESSED WEAPON IN A STOLEN CAR, ALL PASSENGERS MAY BE ARRESTED:
      • TRUE
      • ILLEGALLY POSSESSED WEAPON IS FOUND IN THE POCKET OF A PASSENGER IN A LEGALLY OWNED CAR: ALL PASSENGERS MAY BE ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH CPW:
      • FALSE
      • POSSESSION OF A RAZOR IS CPW-MISDEMEANOR?
      • FALSE
      • POSSESSION OF A MACHINE GUN IS CPW-FELONY:
      • TRUE
      • A P.O. MUST PROVE THAT A PERP DEFACED A FIREARM IN ORDER TO CHARGE CPW-FELONY:
      • FALSE
    • DRUG OFFENSES
      • A PERSON KNOWINGLY AND UNLAWFULLY POSSESSES A SMALL AMOUNT OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE:
      • CPCS – MISDEMEANOR
      • A PERSON KNOWINGLY AND UNLAWFULLY POSSESSES A LARGE AMOUNT OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE:
      • CPCS – FELONY
      • A PERSON KNOWINGLY AND UNLAWFULLY INJECTS ANOTHER WITH A HYPO WITH CONSENT SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • CRIMINAL INJECTION OF A NARCOTIC DRUG
      • A PERSON KNOWINGLY AND UNLAWFULLY POSSESSES:
      • 25 GRAMS
      • 7/8 OUNCE
      • 129 CIGARETTES
      • CHARGE: UNLAWFUL POSSESSION MARIJUANA
      • P.O. JONES WHILE STANDING ON HIS FOOT POST ON THE CORNER OF 1ST AVE. AND E. 7 ST. OBSERVES MR. VARGAS SMOKING A MARIJUANA CIGARRETTE AS HE WALKS PAST P.O. JONES. WHEN P.O. JONES ARRESTS MR. VARGAS, HE SHOULD CHARGE VARGAS WITH:
      • CRIMINAL POSS OF MARIJUANA – MISD
      • IF JACK 19 YEARS OLD SOLD JILL 17 YEARS OLD TWO MARIJUANA CIGARETTES, HE SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • CRIMINAL SALE MARIJUANA – FELONY
      • MARIJUANA POSSESSION
      • MORE THAN 8 OZ’S
      • FELONY
      • MORE THAN 7/8 – 8 OZ.
      • MISDEMEANOR
      • 7/8 OZ. OR LESS
      • VIOLATION
      • YOU STOP A VEHICLE FOR A TRAFFIC VIOLATION THERE ARE FOUR (4) OCCUPANTS IN THE VEHICLE, AND YOU NOTICE A VIAL CONTAINING CRACK COCAINE ON THE FLOOR IN THE FRONT.
      • P/L CHARGE:
      • CPCS – MISDEMEANOR
      • WHO:
      • EVERYBODY IN THE VEHICLE
      • YOU STOP A VEHICLE FOR A TRAFFIC VIOLATION, THERE ARE FOUR (4) OCCUPANTS IN THE VEHICLE, AND THE DRIVER IS DRIVING WITH A REVOKED LISENCE (VTL-511) AS YOU ARE SEARCHING THE DRIVER INCIDENT TO A LAWFUL ARREST, YOU COME ACROSS A LARGE AMOUNT OF HEROINE IN THE DRIVERS POCKET.
      • P/L CHARGE: CPCS – FELONY
      • WHO: JUST THE DRIVER
      • IN THE ABOVE SITUATION, WHAT IF THE VEHICLE WAS REPORTED STOLEN, BESIDES THE GRAND LARCENY CHARGE FOR ALL FOUR OCCUPANTS. AS YOU ARE SEARCHING THE DRIVER INCIDENT TO A LAWFUL ARREST, AND YOU COME ACROSS A LARGE AMOUNT OF HEROINE IN THE DRIVERS FRONT POCKET.
      • P/L CHARGE: CPCS – FELONY
      • WHO: JUST THE DRIVER
      • IN THE ABOVE SITUATION, WHAT IF THE VEHICLE WAS REPORTED STOLEN, BESIDES THE GRAND LARCENY CHARGE FOR ALL FOUR OCCUPANTS. AS YOU ARE SEARCHING THE DRIVER INCIDENT TO A LAWFUL ARREST, AND YOU COME ACROSS A LARGE AMOUNT OF HEROINE IN THE DRIVERS FRONT POCKET, AND A DAGGER IN HIS REAR POCKET.
      • P/L CHARGES: CPCS – FELONY
      • CPW – MISD.
      • WHO: DRIVER: CPCS FEL / CPW-MISD. PASSENGERS: CPW – MISD.
      • CUSTODIAL OFFENSES
      • AN AUTHORIZED ARREST IS BASED ON:
      • PROBABLE CAUSE
      • RESTRAINT BY A PUBLIC SERVANT
      • HANDCUFFS, RMP, PCT. CELL:
      • CUSTODY
      • PURSUANT TO A COURT ORDER:
      • RIKERS ISLAND, SING SING ETC..
      • DETENTION
      • P.O. JONES IS TRYING TO PLACE BILL UNDER ARREST FOR GRAND LARCENY (FELONY). BILL IS PREVENTING P.O. JONES FROM AFFECTING THIS ARREST BY SITTING ON HIS HANDS. WHEN P.O. JONES PLACES BILL INTO CUSTODY, BESIDES THE GRAND LARCENY, BILL CAN ALSO BE CHARGES WITH:
      • RESISTING ARREST – MISD.
      • IF BILLS ARREST IS UNAUTHORIZED, MAY BILL BE CHARGED WITH OTHER OFFENSE? (YES / NO)
      • IF YES WHAT CHARGE(S).
      • DISORDERLY CONDUCT – VIOL.
      • HARASSMENT - VIOL.
      • IF BILL’S SISTER JILL TRIES TO PREVENT P.O. JONES FROM AFFECTING THE ARREST, JILL COULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • RESISTING ARREST
      • OBSTRUCTING GOVT.ADMININSTRATION
      • NOW PO JONES HAS BILL IN HANDCUFFS AND IS PLACING HIM INTO THE RMP. BILL STARTS TO RUN DOWN THE STREET AWAY FROM P.O. JONES. WHEN APPREHENDED, WHAT ELSE CAN BILL BE CHARGED WITH?
      • ESCAPE – FELONY
      • PERSON INTERFERES WITH GOVERNMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS
      • AND
      • CAUSES AN S.P.I.
      • OBSTRUCTING GOVT ADMINISTRATION - FELONY
      • A PERSON ESCAPES FROM CUSTODY HAVING BEEN:
      • ARRESTED, CHARGED OR CONVICTED OF A PETTY OFFENSE
      • OR
      • A MISDEMEANOR
      • NOTE: PERSON MAY BE CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ESCAPE.
      • ESCAPE - MISD
      • 1. ESCAPE FROM DETENTION FACILITY- ARRESTED/CHARGED/CONVICTED OF ANY OFFENSE.
      • 2. ARRESTED/CHARGED/CONVICTED OF ANY FELONY - ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY.
      • 3. HAVING BEEN ADJUDICATED A YOUTHFUL OFFENDER FOR CONVICTION OF A FELONY- ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY OR A DETENTION FACILITY.
      • CHARGE:
      • ESCAPE - FELONY
      • PERSON OBSTRUCTS, IMPAIRS, PREVENTS THE ADMINISTRATION OF LAW OR OTHER GOV’T. FUNCTION OR
      • PREVENTS OR ATTEMPTS TO PREVENT A PUBLIC SERVANT FROM PERFORMING THEIR OFFICIAL DUTIES BY:
      • INTIMIDATION, INTERFERENCE
      • PHYSICAL FORCE
      • ANY INDEPENDENT UNLAWFUL ACTS
      • INTERFERENCE OF GOV’T TELECOMMUNICATIONS
      • OBSTRUCTING GOVT. ADMINISTRATION – MISD.
      • PERSON INTERFERES WITH GOVERNMENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS
      • AND
      • CAUSES AN S.P.I.
      • OBSTRUCTING GOVT ADDMINISTRATION - FELONY
    • INTEGRITY CRIMES AND LIABILITY ISSUES
      • ANY GAIN OR ADVANTAGE TO A PERSON OR 3RD PARTY =
      • BENEFIT
      • HIRED/ELECTED.APPOINTED TO STATE / CITY / TOWN / OR GOVT. AGENCY =
      • PUBLIC SERVANT
      • A PUBLIC SERVANT WHO SOLICITS, ACCEPTS A BENEFIT FROM ANYONE TO INFLUENCE HIS/HER DUTIES, IN THE PAST SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • REC. REWARD FOR OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT - FELONY
      • A PUBLIC SERVANT WHO COMMITS AN ACT OF COMMISSION OR OMMISSION AT ANYTIME, SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT – MISDEMEANOR
      • PAST / PRESENT / FUTURE
      • A PERSON WHO GIVES A PUBLIC SERVANT A BENEFIT FOR DOING A GOOD JOB IN THE PAST , SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • GIVING UNLAWFUL GRATUITIES – MISD
      • PAST GOOD ACT
      • A PERSON WHO GIVES OR OFFERS A PUBLIC SERVANT A BENEFIT TO INFLUENCE HIS/HER DUTIES IN THE PRESENT OR FUTURE , SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • BRIBERY – FELONY
      • A PUBLIC SERVANT WHO SOLICITS, ACCEPTS A BENEFIT FROM ANYONE, BECAUSE HE DID A GOOD JOB IN THE PAST , SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • RECEIVING UNLAWFUL GRATUITIES – MISDEMEANOR
      • A PERSON WHO GIVES OR OFFERS TO GIVE A BENEFIT TO A PUBLIC SERVANT WHO INFLUENCED HIS/HER DUTIES IN THE PAST , SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH:
      • REWARDING OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT – FELONY
      • TRUE OR FALSE
      • A BENEFIT MUST EXHANGE HANDS, AGREEMENT IS NOT ENOUGH
      • FALSE
      • NO SUCH THING AS ATTEMPTED BRIBERY
      • TRUE
      • ACCEPTING GIFTS:
      • VALUE OF GIFT
      • INTENT OF THE DONOR INTENT OF THE RECEIPENT
      • GENERAL MUNICIPAL LAW, ART. 50K: IF YOU ARE THE SUBJECT OF A CIVIL LAWSUIT AS A RESULT OF TAKING ACTION ON BEHALF OF YOUR EMPLOYER, THE CITY MUST :
      • SUPPLY AN ATTORNEY
      • PAY ANY JUDGEMENTS AGAINST YOU
      • TO BE INDEMNIFIED THE OFFICER MUST:
      • DELIVER LEGAL PAPERS TO CORP. COUNSEL WITHIN 10 DAYS VIA YOUR CO
      • STATOF LIMITATIONS:
      • PLAINTIFF MUST FILE NOTICE TO SUE THE CITY WITHIN
      • 90 DAYS
      • LITIGATIONS MUST START WITHIN
      • 1 YEAR AND 90 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THE INCIDENT
    • CHAPTER 31: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
      • CYCLES OF VIOLENCE:
      • PHASE I:
      • TENSION BUILDS
      • PHASE II:
      • PHYSICAL VIOLENCE
      • PHASE III:
      • RECONCILIATION “HONEYMOON” STATE
      • FAMILY COURT ACT – HOUSE HOLD
      • LEGALLY MARRIED
      • RELATED BY BLOOD
      • FORMALLY MARRIED
      • RELATED BY MARRIAGE
      • CHILD IN COMMON
      • NYPD EXPANDED DEFINITION OF A FAMILY:
      • NOT LEGALLY MARRIED BUT LIVING TOGETHER IN A FAMILY TYPE RELATIONSHIP
      • OR
      • FORMALLY LIVED TOGETHER IN A FAMILY TYPE RELATIONSHIP
      • FAMILY OFFENSES:F.S.S. M.A.D.C.R.A.S.H.
      • FORCIBLE TOUCHING
      • SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
      • SEXUAL ABUSE
      • MENACING 2 ND AND 3RD
      • AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT 2
      • DISORDERLY CONDUCT
      • CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 1-4
      • RECLESS ENDANGERMENT 1 & 2
      • ASSAULT 2&3 + ATTEMPTS
      • STALKING 1-4
      • HARASSMENT 1 & 2
      • WHEN DIFFERENT COURTS HAVE JURISDICTION OVER THE SAME MATTER WITHIN THE SAME TERRITORY:
      • CONCURRENT JURISDICTION
      • ORDERS OF PROTECTION:
      • NYC CRIMINAL COURT
      • SPECIFIED BY THE COURT
      • NYS FAMILY COURT
      • 1-3 YEARS IN EFFECT
      • NYS SUPREME COURT
      • SAME AS CRIMINAL COURT
      • TRUE OR FALSE: CONCURRENT JURISDICTION:
      • FAMILY OFFENSE NOT COMMITTED
      • FALSE
      • FAMILY COURT ACT (NOT EXPANDED DEFINITION)
      • TRUE
      • MULTIPLE CHARGES AND NOT ONE IS A FAMILY OFFENSE, ALL GO TO CRIMINAL COURT
      • TRUE
      • ARRESTS MADE FOR VIOLATING AN ORDER OF PROTECTION (CONTEMPT OF COURT) FAMILY COURT HAS EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS
      • FALSE
      • VIOLATING AND ORDER OF PROTECTION IS A MUST ARREST SITUATION
      • TRUE
      • DAVE (14) PUNCHES STEVE HIS BROTHER IN THE FACE CAUSING A BLEEDING LIP (ASSAULT 3 – MISD) WHICH COURT WOULD THIS CASE BE HANDLED BY:
      • N.Y.S. FAMILY COURT
      • JANE GOES TO HER EX-HUSBANDS HOME MENACES HIM WITH A KNIFE AND THEN SLASHES THE TIRES ON HIS CAR. IF JANE WERE TO BE ARRESTED, WHAT COURT WOULD JANE GO TO?
      • NYC CRIMINAL COURT
      • NOTE : THE KNIFE MAKES IT C.P.W.
      • PO’S HARRIS AND SMITH RESPOND TO A CALL OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, UPON ARRIVAL THEY ARE INFORMED BY THE RESPONDENT THAT HE IS A CIVILIAN MEMBER OF THE NYPD. THE PO’S SHOULD:
      • REQUEST REPSONSE OF THE PATROL SUPERVISOR
      • IN ALL INSTANCES IN WHICH POLICE REPOND TO AN INCIDENT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THAT INVOLVES MEMBERS OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD (FAMILY & NYPD EXPANDED DEF.). THE ASSIGNED OFFICER MUST PREPARE:
      • NYS STANDARDIZED DOMESTIC INCIDENT REPORT (DIR)
      • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CIRCUMSTANCES WHERE THE OFFICER MUST ARREST:
      • ALL FELONIES
      • VIOLATION OF ORDERS OF PROTECTION
      • MISDEMEANOR
      • (UNLESS THE COMPL. SPECIFICALLY STATES NO ARREST)
    • CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
      • RUNAWAY = CHILD NYS RESIDENT UNDER THE AGE OF :
      • 16 YEARS OLD
      • BRING CHILD TO
      • STATION HOUSE
      • WHAT REPORTS ARE FILLED OUT
      • JUVENILE RPT
      • AIDED REPORT
      • DUPE COPIES TO
      • MISSING PERSONS
      • NOTIFY THE PCT:
      • YOUTH OFFICER
      • M.A.N. CHILD
      • MALTREATED
      • ABUSED
      • NEGLECTED
      LESS THAN 18
      • TRUE OR FALSE:
      • IF A PO SUSPECTS MAN CHILD, PO MAY REMOVE CHILD WITHOUT CONSENT OF THE PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIAN
      • FALSE
      • REQUEST THE PATROL SUPERVISOR IF PERSON REFUSES
      • TRUE
      • PATROL SUPERVISOR MAY REMOVE CHILD W/O CONSENT BUT NEEDS A COURT ORDER.
      • FALSE
      • P.I.N.S = PERSON < 18 YRS OLD
      • A. HABITUALLY TRUANT
      • B. INCORRIGIBLE
      • C. IN POSS. OF MARIJUANA – VIOL.
      • JUVENILE MISCONDUCT
      • TRUANTS = JUVENILE AT LEAST:
      • 6 YEARS OF AGE
      • BUT LESS THAN:
      • 18 YEARS OF AGE
      • WHO IS ABSENT FROM SCHOOL W/O PERMISSION. DELIVER JUV. TO PRINCIPAL, MAKE A/L ENTRIES
      • PREPARE:
      • A YOUTH REFERRAL
      • PERSON OVER 7 YEARS OLD AND LESS THAN 16 WHO COMMITS AN ACT WHICH COMMITED BY AN ADULT WOULD CONSTITUTE A CRIME:
      • JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
      • ARREST AND CHARGE WITH JUV. DELINQUENCY WHEN JUV. COMMITTS:
      • A. ANY FELONY
      • B. UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
      • C. ANY PHOTOGRAPHICAL MISD.
      • NO RECOG FOR JUVENILE: J.D.W.N.E.R.D.
      • JUVENILE OFFENDER
      • DANGER TO COMMUNITY
      • WANTED ON A WARRANT
      • NO SUPERVISION
      • ENDANGERED HEALTH AND MORALS
      • RETURN DATE NOT LIKELY TO SHOW
      • DESIGNATED FELONY, FAMILY COURT IN SESSION
      • JUVENILE OFFENDER:
      • 13/14/15 YEARS OLD COMMITS MURDER 2 (SUB 1&2)
      • 14/15 YEARS OLD COMMITS MURDER 2 (SUB 3)
      • 14/15 YEARS OLD M.A.R.K.C.C.A.B.R.A.M.S.
      • MURDER 2 + ATTEMPTS
      • ARSON 1 OR 2
      • ROBBERY 1 & 2 SUB 2
      • KIDNAPPING 1 + ATTEMPTS
      • CPW 2&3
      • CRIMINAL SEX ACT 1 SUB 1 OR 2
      • ASSAULT 1 SUB 1 OR 2
      • BURGLARY 1&2 SUB 1
      • RAPE 1 SUB 1 OR 2
      • AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ABUSE 1
      • MANSLAUGHTER
      • SEXUALLY MOTIVATED OFFENSE
      • ANY PERSON 14 YEARS OR OLDER OPERATING A BICYCLE UPON A SIDEWALK MAY BE ISSUED:
      • ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BOARD (ECB) NOTICE OF VIOLATION
      • A JUVENILE AT LEAST 6 YEARS OLD BUT LESS THAN 18 WHO IS OBSERVED ON THE STREET DURING SCHOOL HOURS AND IS ABSENT FROM SCHOOL WITHOUT PERMISSION:
      • TRUANT
      • P.O. WILL PREPARE:
      • YOUTH REFERRAL
      • AUTO RELATED CRIMES AND PROCEDURES
      • PREVENTIVE MEASURE PROGRAMS POLICE ARE AUTHORIZED TO STOP VEHICLES:
      • HOURS OF 1:AM TO 5:AM
      • COMBAT AUTO THEFT PROGRAM (CAT)
      • HOURS OF 10AM - 4PM
      • COMMUTER C.A.T
      • PREVENTIVE MEASURE PROGRAMS POLICE ARE AUTHORIZED TO STOP VEHICLES:
      • - NYC RESIDENT OVER 40
      • - PO OBSERVES THE OPERATOR IS APPARENTLY UNDER 25
      • - IS IN EFFECT 24 HOURS A DAY
      • H.E.A.T (HELP END AUTO THEFT)
      • A BOX VAN USED TO REMOVE THE SKELETON OF A VEHICLE
      • BONES TRUCK
      • VAN USED TO TRANSPORT PARTS ORDERED BY THE BODY SHOP:
      • PARTS TRUCK
      • GUS THE MECHANIC TAKES MRS. CHICACHELLIS BUICK TO ATLANTIC CITY WITHOUT PERMISSION.
      • OR
      • RETAINS OR WITHHOLDS THE VEH. PURSUANT TO AN AGREEMENT OF:
      • UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE - MISDEMEANOR
      • JIM TAKES FRANKS CAR WITHOUT PERMISSION, AND DECIDES TO ROB THE LOCAL MCDONALDS, AND FLEES IN FRANKS CAR. JIM GETS STOPPED BY P.O DAVID WHO PLACES HIM UNDER ARREST. THE CHARGE AGAINST JIM SHOULD BE:
      • UNAUTHORIZED USE VEHICLE - FELONY
      • VEHICLES THAT QUALIFY FOR RO-TOW: A.R.A.V.E. D.
      • AUTO ALARM RINGING , UNABLE TO DISCONNECT
      • RECOVERD STOLEN
      • APPARENTLY ABANDONED
      • VIN MISSING OR ILLEGIBLE
      • EXPIRED REG. 60 DAYS
      • DRIVEWAY TOW
      • ADWI= AGGRAVATED DWI .18 B/A/C
      • DWI = DRIVING WHILE INTOX +
      • .08 B/A/C
      • DWAI = MORE THAN BUT LESS THAN
      • REFUSE CHEMICAL TEST =
      • LICENSE REV. $300 PENALTY
      • ZERO TOLERANCE: DRIVING UNDER 21 Y.O. WITH ALCOHOL IN THEIR SYSTEM
      • .02 TO .05 B/A/C
      .05 .08 B/A/C
      • DWI
      • +
      • MOTOR VEHICLE
      • +
      • DEATH
      • =
      • VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER
      • DWI
      • +
      • MOTOR VEHICLE
      • +
      • S.P.I.
      • =
      • VEHICULAR ASSAULT
      • VEH. ACCIDENT – PROP DAMAGE
      • DARP
      • VEH. STUCK ON HIGHWAY
      • FRANCHISE
      • VEH. FOR INVESTIGATION
      • DEPT. TOW
      • VEH. ABANDONED
      • ROW TOW
      • SAFEGUARD VEH./ EVIDENCE
      • DEPT TOW
      • DERELICT AUTO
      • SANITATION
      • STOLEN VEH. RECOVERED
      • ROW TOW
      • COMMISSION OF A CRIME
      • DEPT TOW
      • FORFEITURE
      • DEPT TOW
      • NO APPARENT VALUE
      • SANITATION
    • SUMMONSES
      • A WRITTEN ACCUSATORY INSTRUMENT ISSUED BY A PUBLIC SERVANT, WHICH CHARGES A PERSON WITH COMMITTING A SPECIFIC OFFENSE:
      • SUMMONS
      • QUALITY OF LIFE SUMMONS:
      • VIOLATOR YRS OR MORE
      • ISSUED OF ARREST
      • SIGNED UNDER
      16 IN LIEU OATH
      • LAWS, CODES AND REGULATIONS:
      • ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
      • HEALTH CODE
      • TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
      • GENERAL LAW
      • VEH. TRAFFIC LAW
      • TAX LAW
      • PENAL LAW
      N.Y.C. N.Y.S.
      • SUMMONS AND THE COURT IT IS RETURNABLE TO:
      • PARKING SUMMONS:
      • NYC DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
      • TRAFFIC SUMMONS:
      • NYS DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS BUREAU
      • CRIMINAL COURT SUMMONS:
      • NYC CRIMINAL COURT
      • ENVIRONMENTAL:
      • E.C.B. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BOARD
      • TRUE OR FALSE:
      • YOU MAY ISSUE THREE SUMMONSES TO A PARKED VEHICLE PER DAY:
      • TRUE
      • YOU MAY ISSUE A SUMMONS TO AN ABANDONED VEHICLE:
      • FALSE
      • YOU DON’T NEED TO MAKE A/L ENTRIES FOR PARKING SUMMONS:
      • FALSE
      • THERE ARE 3 TYPES OF DIPLOMAT PLATES (DIPLOMAT, CONSUL, STAFF):
      • TRUE
      • STAFF “S” HAVE NO PARKING IMMUNITY:
      • TRUE
      • DIPLOMAT “D” & CONSUL “C” HAVE IMMUNITY FOR VIOLATIONS THAT CREATE A SAFETY HAZARD:
      • FALSE
      • PEOPLE WITH CERTAIN DISABILITIES ARE ISSUED NYC SPECIAL PARKING PERMITS:
      • TRUE
      • VEHICLES WITH DISABILITY PARKING PERMITS MAY BE USED ON CITY STREETS:
      • TRUE
      • VEHICLES WITH DISABILITY PARKING PERMITS MAY PARK IN TAXI STANDS:
      • FALSE
      • VEHICLES WITH DISABILITY PARKING PERMITS MAY PARK IN BLUE ZONES:
      • TRUE
      • E.C.B. SUMMONSES ARE CONSIDERED A CRIMINAL MATTER:
      • FALSE
      • “ C” SUMMONSES ARE NOT ISSUED FOR ECB JURISDICTION VIOLATIONS:
      • TRUE
    • QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES
      • WHEN LOW LEVEL QUALITY OF LIFE OFFENSES ARE TOLERATED IN A COMMUNITY, MORE SERIOUS CRIME WOULD FOLLOW:
      • BROKEN WINDOW THEORY
      • QUALITY OF LIFE OFFENSES:
      • TWO OR MORE SEPARATE ARREST INCIDENTS RESULTS IN ONE CRIMINAL CONVICTION FOR A PUBLIC NUISANCE OFFENSE:
      • THE “PADLOCK LAW” PROGRAM
      • COOPERATIVE EFFORT BETWEEN THE NYPD AND THE D.A.’S OFFICE OF EVICTING DRUG DEALERS FROM DWELLINGS AND COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS THROUGH CIVIL COURT:
      • THE NARCOTICS EVICTION PROGRAM
      • PERSON “ON DEVELOPMENT” OF THE NYCHA AND ARRESTED FOR FELONY SALE OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR FELONY MARIJUANA WILL BE EXCLUDED FROM ENTERING A NYCHA LOCATION - NO DAT OR SUMMONS:
      • NYC HOUSING AUTHORITY TRESPASS NOTICE PROGRAM
      • PO WILL NOT RESPOND TO A 10-11 WHEN 3 OR MORE ALARMS WITHIN 3 MONTHS:
      • CHRONIC ABUSER ALARM PROCEDURE
      • VEHICLE ALARMS:
      • IF ALARM DOES NOT CEASE TO SOUND WITHIN:
      • 3 MINUTES
      • PREPARE:
      • ECB SUMMONS
      • IF UNABLE TO DISCONNECT THE ALARM
      • REQUEST:
      • ESU
      • CRIMINAL COURT SUMMONS:
      • PRIOR TO ISSUING A CRIMINAL COURT (“C”) SUMMONS:
      • PO MUST CONDUCT:
      • WARRANT CHECK
      • TOOLS USED TO ENFORCE QUALITY OF LIFE:
      • CRIMINAL COURT SUMMONS
      • INTEL REPORTING
      • TRAFFIC INTEL REPORTING
      • TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
      • ENVIRONMENT ABATEMENT
      • DISCARDED REFRIGERATORS….
      • P.O. DUTY:
      • DIRECT PERSON RESPONSIBLE TO REMOVE DOOR
      • REMOVE DOOR IF OWNER IS UNKNOWN
      • IF UNABLE TO MAKE THE DEVICE SAFE:
      • REQUEST:
      • ESU
    • MAINTAINING PUBLIC ORDER
      • NYC MARSHALL
      • ENFORCES:
      • MONETARY JUDGEMENTS
      • COURT:
      • NYS FAMILY COURT
      • NYS SUPREMEM COURT
      • TERM APPOINTED FOR:
      • FIVE (5) YEARS
      • WEARS:
      • BADGE / ID CARD
      • PEACE OFFICER IF FIRE ARMED TRAINED
      • NYC SHERIFF
      • ENFORCES:
      • CIVIL COURT & MONETARY JUDG.
      • COURT:
      • NYS FAMILY COURT
      • NYS SUPREME COURT
      • WEARS:
      • BADGE / ID CARD
      • CONSIDERED TO BE PEACE OFFICERS
      • LEGAL ISSUES: SHERIFF AND MARSHALS
      • IF YOU INTERFERE WITH OFFICIAL DUTIES
      • CHARGE = OGA – MISD
      • IF YOU IMPERSONATE
      • CHARGE = CRIMINAL IMPERSONATIO – MISD
      • BOTH MUST POSSESS:
      • COURT ORDERS
      • WHICH EXPIRE WITHIN:
      • 60 DAYS
      • WARRANTS OF EVICTION ARE POST JUDEGEMENT ORDERS
      • TRUE
      • WARRANTS OF EVICTION ARE SERVED FROM MON-FRI 0900-1700
      • FALSE
      • TENANT GETS 72 HOURS WRITTEN NOTICE ON EVICTION
      • TRUE
      • LANDLORD OR REP DOESN’T HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT EVICTION
      • FALSE
      • MARSHAL MAY NOT BREAK IN
      • FALSE
      • P.O. MUST REMAIN ON SCENE TILL ALL BELONGINGS ARE REMOVED
      • TRUE
      • P.O. MAY ASSIST IN BREAK IN
      • FALSE
      • LAWFUL TENANT = RESIDENT FOR 30 OR MORE CONSECUTIVE DAYS
      • TRUE
      • FIVE (5) PROTESTERS STAND IN FRONT OF MADISON SQUARE GARDEN AND REFUSE TO DISPERSE:
      • DISORDERLY CONDUCT – VIOLATION
      • TWO WOMEN GET INTO A DISPUTE OVER THE SERVICE AT MRS. CHICACHELLIS BAKERY:
      • ARREST BOTH FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT – VIOLATION
      • BILL FROM BURDER KING ASSEMBLES FOUR (4) FRIENDS AND THEY GO TO MCDONALDS TO ATTACK THE EMPLOYEES THE AFTER THEIR SHIFT:
      • UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY – MISD
      • JOE ASKS 10 OF HIS FRIENDS GO TO FRANKS HOUSE AND TEAR DOWN HIS CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS:
      • INCITING A RIOT – MISD.
      • IF A LANDLORD OR REPRESENTATIVE OF THE LANDLORD
      • CHANGES THE LOCKS
      • USE/THREATEN USE OF FORCE
      • CUT OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES
      • REMOVES ENTRANCE DOOR REMOVES POSSESSIONS
      • HAS SERIOUS BUILDING OR
      • HEALTH CODE VIOLATIONS
      • UNLAWFUL EVICTION
      • NYC CIVIL COURT, SMALL CLAIMS PART
      • = $0 - $5,000
      • NYC CIVIL COURT
      • – ANY AMOUNT UP TO $25,000
      • NYS SUPREME COURT, CIVIL PART: ANY AMOUNT MORE THAN $25,000
      • LEGALLY PARKED VEHICLES MAY BE SEIZED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF PARKING VIOLATIONS. SEIZED BY NYC SHERIFF/MARSHAL.
      • SCOFLAW
      • TRUE OR FALSE:
      • AFTER ARREST, NAME, AGE, RESIDENCE MAY BE RELEASED
      • TRUE
      • ARRESTING AGENCY MAY BE RELEASED
      • TRUE
      • CAN NOT RELEASE CIRCUMSTANCES REGARD TO THE ARREST
      • FALSE
      • OTHER QUESTIONS REFER TO CO. DET. AND DCPI
      • TRUE
      • DO NOT RELEASE IDENTITY OF JUV. DELINQUENTS
      • TRUE
      • DO NOT RELEASE IDENTITY OF JUV. OFFENDERS
      • FALSE
      • DO NOT RELEASE IDENTITY IF COMPLAINANT IS LESS THAN 16 YR TRUE
      • RELEASING THE IDENTITY OF VICTIMS OF SEX CRIMES IS ALLOWED
      • FALSE
      • DISCARDED REFRIGERATORS:
      • PERSON RESPONSIBLE MUST:
      • MAKE SAFE
      • IF OWNER REFUSES TO COMPLY
      • ARREST FOR CRIMINAL NUISANCE
      • IF OWNER IS UNKNOWN. PO REMOVE DOORS. IF UNABLE TO MAKE DEVICE SAFE REQUEST:
      • ESU
      • NOT DISORDERLY, TEMP CROWD NO COMMON INTEREST:
      • CASUAL GROUPS
      • DISORDERLY, FERVOR OR REVELRY
      • EXPRESSIVE GROUPS
      • DISORDERLY, LOOTERS
      • ACQUISITIVE GROUPS
      • DISORDERLY, FRIGHTEN & IN FLIGHT
      • ESCAPE GROUPS
      • DISORDERLY, RIOTERS, TERRORIZES
      • AGGRESSIVE GROUPS
      • DISORDERLY CONDUCT: F.U.R.H.O.O.D
      • TYPE:
      • VIOLATION
      • CMS:
      • INTENT / RECKLESS
      • A PERSON CREATES A RISK OF PUBLIC
        • INCONVINIENCE
        • ANNOYANCE
        • ALARM
      • 7 WAYS
      • FIGHTING
      • UNREASONABLE NOISE
      • REFUSE TO DISPERSE (3+ PERSONS
      • HAZ. OF PHYSICALLY OFF. CONDITION
      • OBSCENE LANGUAGE OR GESTURE
      • OBSTRUCTS VEH. / PED TRAFFIC
      • DISRUPTS A LAWFUL ASSEMBLY
      • A PERSON AND FOUR OTHERS:
      • PREPARE TO ENGAGE IN VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
      • LIKELY TO CAUSE PUBLIC ALARM
      • OR
      • BEING PRESENT AT AN ASSEMBLY WHICH EITHER HAS OR DEVELOPS THE PURPOSE OF ENGAGING IN VIOLENT BEHAVIOR.
      • UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
      • A PERSON URGES 10 OR MORE TO ENGAGE IN VIOLENT CONDUCT WHICH WILL LIKELY CAUSE ALARM:
      • INCITING TO RIOT – MISD
      • A PERSON PLUS FOUR OTHERS ENGAGE IN VIOLENT BEHAVIOR AND INTENTIONALLY OR RECKLESSLY CAUSE A GRAVE RISK OF PUBLIC ALARM:
      • RIOT - MISD
      • A PERSON PLUS 10 OTHERS ENGAGE IN VIOLENT BEHAVIOR INTENTIONALLY OR RECKLESSLY CAUSE A GRAVE RISK OF PUBLIC ALARM.
      • +
      • CAUSE P.I. TO NON PARTICIPANTS OR CAUSE SUBSTANTIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE:
      • RIOT - FELONY
    • DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
      • THE FIRST RESPONDERS TO TERRORISTS ACTION ARE:
      • LAW ENFORCEMENT
      • WMD = WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION
      • INTERNATIONAL OR DOMESTIC TERRORISTS:
      • HAMAS INT
      • HATE GROUPS (NEO-NAZIS)
      • DOM
      • CULT GROUPS
      • DOM
      • AL-QAEDA
      • INT
      • HIZBALLAH
      • INT
      • SINGLE ISSUE GROUPS (PETA)
      • DOM
      • COMMUNICATION
      • C3 COORDINATION
      • COOPERATION
      • RESPONDERS ACTION
      • MINIMUM EXPOSURE: R.A.I.N. T.R.A.C.E.M
      • RECOGNIZE
      • AVOID
      • ISOLATE
      • NOTIFY
      • THERMAL
      • RADIOLOGICAL
      • ASPHYXIATION
      • CHEMICAL
      • ETIOLOGICAL
      • MECHANICAL
      • PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
      • USED FOR BLOOD BORN PATHEOGENS
      • LEVEL B
      • DUTY UNIFORM – NO UNIFORM REQ
      • LEVEL D
      • VAPOR TIGHT SUIT
      • LEVEL A
      • CHOKING/BLOOD AGENTS>AGAINST LIQUID AGENTS
      • LEVEL C
      • PROCEDURE FOR BOMBS:
      • A. ISOLATE FROZEN AREA
      • B. NOTIFY COMMUNICATIONS
      • C. REQUEST PATROL SUPERVISOR
      • D. DO NOT USE RADIO / CELL PHONE
      • HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MAY ENTER THE BODY THROUGH:
      • INHALATION
      • INGESTION
      • ABSORBTION
      • INJECTION
      • PROCEDURE AT HAZ-MAT SCENE:
      • NOTIFY: PAT. SUPV. & COMM.
      • REQUEST: P/S – ESU – HIGHWAY DISTRICT MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY UNIT
      • ESTABLISH MINIMUM FROZEN AREA
      • OUTDOORS: 1,000 FEET
      • EXPLOSION / FIRE OUTDOORS
      • 1,000 FT. / 300 FT
      • EXPLOSION / FIRE INDOORS: EXPOSED ROOMS / ADJACENT FLOORS
      • TANKER / MILITARY SHIPMENT: 1,000 FEET
      • P.O.’S RESPONDING TO A BOMBING SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE
      • SECONDARY EXPLOSIVE DEVICE
    • PATROL OPERATIONS
      • BEFORE LEAVING YOUR COMMAND:
      • TAKES PLACE IN ALL COMMANDS THAT PROVIDE PATROL
      • CONDUCTED BY A SUPERVISOR
      • IN A DESIGNATED AREA OF THE COMMAND
      • READING OF DAILY ASSIGNMENTS
      • BRIEFING OF SPECIAL CONDITIONS/CRIME TRENDS
      • INSPECTING OFFICERS READINESS FOR PATROL
      • MAY INCLUDE PCT. LEVEL TRAINING
      • ROLL CALL
      • MOS WHILE ON PATROL RETURNS TO THE COMMAND
      • THE MOS MUST REPORT TO THE DESK OFFICER
      • STATE REASON AND SIGN INTO
      • INTERRUPTED PATROL
      • TWO TYPES OF PATROL:
      • FOOT POST
      • RMP PATROL
      • OPERATOR + RECORDER =
      • PARTNERS
      • ALL UMOS ASSIGNED TO FOOT POST PERFORMING FIRST PLATOON DUTY WILL RING:
      • WHEN:
      • 0200 – 0700
      • TO WHO:
      • DESK OFFICER
      • IS IT THE RECORDER OR OPERATORS
      • IN CHARGE OF ALL RADIO COMM. & DISPOS
      • RECORDER
      • INSPECTS RMP PRIOR TO USE
      • OPERATOR
      • PREPARES ALL REPORTS DURING TOUR
      • RECORDER
      • MAKES A/L ENTRIES OF RMP INSPECTION
      • OPERATOR
      • NOTIFIES D.O. IF RMP NEEDS REPAIR WORK
      • OPERATOR
      • POLICE SERVICE AREA (PSA)
      • TOP TO BOTTOM WALK THRU OF BUILDING
      • CAN BE DIRECTED OR RANDOM
      • VERTICAL PATROL
      • TO FIND A LOST CHILD
      • TAKE CORRECTIVE ACTION
      • SEARCH FOR SUSPECTS
      • DIRECTED PATROL
      • WHEN HANDLING A STUCK ELEVATOR THE MOS WILL PREPARE:
      • FIELD REPORT
      • A COMPLAINT REPORT WORKSHEET IS PREPARED FOR:
      • CRIMES
      • TRANSIT REVENUE ESCORT:
      • REPORT TO TOKEN BOOTH:
      • FIVE MINUTES PRIOR TO ESCORT
      • WALK APPROX:
      • FIVE FEET BEHIND CLERK
      • AND
      • TO THE SIDE WHERE REVENUE IS BEING CARRIED.
      • THE END