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Traffic Stops

Quiz by Seth L Hall

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  • Q1
    What factors should you consider when deciding to make a traffic stop?
    All of these
    Nature of offense
    Availability of backup
  • Q2
    You should provide real time information of your traffic stop to whom?
    Private security
  • Q3
    How should you position your patrol vehicle during a traffic stop?
    Straight on, no more than a foot from the curb
    Directly behind the suspect vehicle, no more than five feet away
    At an angle, putting yourself as close to the suspect vehicle as possible
    At an angle, placing your engine block between you and the vehicle
  • Q4
    Why do you press on the trunk of the vehicle as you approach?
    To determine if the vehicle has been painted recently
    To leave fingerprints
    To leave fingerprints and check to see if the trunk is secure
    To check and see if it is secured
  • Q5
    Which side of the vehicle should you approach?
    Whichever side is safest
    Passenger side
    Driver side
  • Q6
    What should you be watching for during contact with the occupants of the vehicle?
    Suspicious behavior
    Their hand and eye movements
    All of these
    Illegal items
  • Q7
    Describe the seven-step violator contact method.
    Greeting and identification of agency, statement of violation, identification of driver and check the conditions of violator and the vehicle, statement of action to be taken, take the action, explain what the violator must do, leave.
    Activate lights and sirens, contact with driver, run information, issue citation, make arrest, search suspect, produce report.
    Pull over vehicle, identify yourself, check insurance, issue a citation, conduct a vehicle search, make an arrest, search suspect.
    Check driver for warrants, check vehicle for illegal items, check for weapons, check for warrants, search suspect, search vehicle, make an arrest.

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