NYPD Sgt’s test 2013 -212 part 1

In ALL incidents involving holders of handgun licenses or rifle/shotgun permits; Desk Officer will
• Make immediate phone notification directly to a License Division, Incident Section member or License Division supervisor, Monday though Friday 0630 x 1700 hours.
• Other hours, leave a detailed message w/ Type of incident, date, time, location, identity of licensee/permit holder.
Name and rank of investigating supervisor and/or reporting officer Department reports prepared W/ report #
If just the paper is lost (Lic/Permit) direct holder to the License Division for a new license/permit.
o Direct the preparation of a Complaint Report.
• Direct licensee/permited to contact License Div, Incident Section, when involved in any incident.
In ALL incidents involving holders of handgun licenses or rifle/shotgun permits; Investigating Supervisor Assigned will:
Investigate and ascertain the following;
• Carry licenses have addresses listed on them and they have to match the location.
o Limited Carry license also has time & day of week listed on rear.
• Premise licenses also have addresses and have to match too but they can be traveling to/from an authorized
range. If so, see if the gun was properly transported;
o Unloaded in a locked container with ammunition carried separately
• Lost or stolen, or for any other incident, ascertain if firearm was properly safeguarded and
whether any unauthorized person(s) had access to the handgun
• If allegation that licensee made threatening statements, improperly displayed a firearm, was involved in
a firearms discharge or for any ongoing disputes, ascertain whether all relevant parties/witnesses have
been identified and interviewed
SEIZE handgun license or rifle/shotgun permit and ALL firearms listed if:
• The licensee/permit holder is arrested, regardless of charge.
• An Order of Protection exists against the licensee/permit holder.
• The incident involves physical force or the threat of physical force.
• Circumstances lead to the belief that continued presence of a firearm would create an
unjustifiable risk of unlawful use or possession of firearm, or injury to anyone.
• Further investigation by the License Division is needed to determine whether the actions of the
licensee/permit holder affect their qualifications for the license or permit.
• Any other situation that may affect public safety.
• Invoice firearms only on PCI & Include the following statement in the “Remarks” section;
o “Firearms shall not be released without written authorization of C.O., License Division.”
Handgun & Rifle/Shotgun license/permit holders: For all incidents;
• 49 to C.O., License Division unless a 61, OLBS DIR, Unusual Occurrence Report, or other 49 has
all necessary information.
• Voluntary Surrender, 49 to C.O, Lic. Div. unless, reason in “Remarks” of PCI or other rept
• Forward all Dept reports prepared including license and/or permit and 49 if prepared to the License Division, Incident Section.
For all incidents regarding Handgun & Rifle/Shotgun license/permit holders
• 49 to C.O., License Division unless a 61, OLBS DIR, Unusual Occurrence Report, or other 49 has
all necessary information.
• Voluntary Surrender, 49 to C.O, Lic. Div. unless, reason in “Remarks” of PCI or other rept
• Forward all Dept reports prepared including license and/or permit and 49 if prepared to the
License Division, Incident Section.
Roll Call Formations: Patrol Supervisor?
5 minutes AFTER start of tour, assemble platoon in muster/sitting room & make assignments
Platoon Inspection: Reprimand privately, praise in public and
Follow up.
o See if corrections were made and take necessary action
room and make assignments.
o Report personally to Desk/ranking officer
o Report members absent & reason (if known)
• March platoon (when directed) into muster room
• Face platoon towards Desk/ranking officer conducting R/C
• Dress up Platoon & stand front and center
Patrol Supervisor instruct platoon NOT to congregate in groups around S/H & leave for post at selected intervals
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Roll Call Formations:Desk Officer?
• Make required R/C adjustments prior to posting platoon
• After pltn posted record changes in CMD LOG & on front of R/C
• Conduct R/C & in absence of Plt Comd., follow above steps
Patrol Supervisor
• Conduct roll call IF directed by platoon commander or D.O.
Roll Call Formations:WHO SAYS & DOES WHAT AT ROLL CALL?
Desk /ranking officer Patrol Supervisor

“Report 2 nd Platoon” Salute. “Platoon inspected.”
“Parade Rest”
Conduct roll call & issue
necessary instruction. “Post
Platoon”
Assume attention.
“Platoon Attention.”
Face Platoon in direction to be
marched

Meal Period: General Rule:
-No meal assigned during first or last 1 1/2 hours of tour except in emergency.
-8 or 9 hour shift ONE meal period lasting 1 hour
-12 hour shift TWO meal periods lasting 45 minutes each (non-consecutive)
-If taking lost time:
• Must be scheduled for 8 consecutive hours to be eligible for a meal.
• If scheduled for a full tour and request lost time of 3 hours or less, you ARE eligible for a meal as long as you
request the lost time PRIOR to the start of the tour.
Meal Period:While on extended tour overtime for an arrest or other police necessity.
• Only if assigned meal was denied during regular tour, a supervisor may grant meal.
o If you did get your assigned meal during regular tour you may be granted break period commensurate
with the expected duration of overtime.
• A meal on extended tour overtime may NOT be granted if it interferes with the arrest processing or
the needs of the service.
• Under no circumstances will a rescheduled meal period on extended tour overtime be assigned during
the LAST HOUR of overtime.
• Once the event that necessitated the extended tour overtime ends, a member who has not yet taken a
meal period is precluded from taking any meal thereafter.
Meal Period:Outside Details
• If denied a 1-hour meal, you’re entitled to a credit of one 1-hour compensatory time at straight time.
o However, comp time is NOT available if meal was denied due to exigent circumstances.
Meal Period:Out of precinct meal location:
-you must request and obtain permission from immediate supervisor to leave the command and advise that supervisor of the intended meal location.
o If immediate supervisor is not available, notify bureau/borough operations/FOD of meal location. Notification must include scheduled tour and expiration of tour.
Meal Period:the old basic rules for UMOS
UMOS
• Take meal in a police facility, bonafide restaurant or Department vehicle.
o For Housing it must be within the PRECINCT to which assigned for that tour.
o Housing may also go to a PSA facility as determined by the Chief of Housing.
• Notify radio dispatcher at beginning of meal, of location where meal is to be taken.
o If meal is to be taken in a Department facility, notify the Desk Officer.
• Commence and end meal period on assigned post. Travel time not authorized.
Meal Period: the old basic rules for Foot Post/Transit Post
• Obtain meal on assigned post, if possible, and in a place maintained for eating purposes.
• Make ACTIVITY LOG entry prior to leaving AND upon returning to post w. meal location address.
• Inform radio dispatcher upon return to post and make ACTIVITY LOG entry.
Meal Period: the old basic rules for RMP
• Notify radio dispatcher, by appropriate code signal, prior to commencing assigned meal period and
upon return to patrol and provide:
o Address when meal taken in restaurant
o Nearest intersection when meal taken in Radio Motor Patrol (RMP)
o “Stationhouse” when meal taken in command facility.
• Notify Desk Officer when deprived of scheduled meal due to police service.
Meal Period: the old basic rules for Patrol Supervisor
• Notify radio dispatcher, via landline, from meal location when commencing meal period.(Notify T.S. of meal location)
• Make ACTIVITY LOG entry at beginning of meal (include address of meal location) and upon
conclusion of meal period.
Meal Period: the old basic rules for UMOS in Civilian Clothes
• Request permission from Immediate Supervisor PRIOR to taking meal & inform of location.
• Call Borough/Bureau Operations desk (FOD) if Immediate Supervisor not available.
• Put name of supv & meal location in appropriate Dept. record (A/L, DAR, etc.)
Expiration Of Tour
When finished for a tour:
Foot Post
• Leave post & go direct to S/H
• Assignment requiring relief ? (Contact D/O 1 hour
prior to E.O.T.)
• Assigned to special post ? (Comply with
instructions of C.O.)
• Portable radio (return and sign checkout
as specified by C.O.)
• Complete, sign & submit reports as required.
R.M.P. Crew
• Complete current assignment if any
• Comply with D/O instructions if assignment can be transferred to another unit.
• Park in relief area designated by C.O.
• Remain with RMP until relieved
RMP Operator
• Give keys to D/0 if RMP not being
used
• Inform relieving operator of defects
and incomplete assignments
UMOS
• Sign return roll call in uniform
• If unable to report to S/H at E.O.T., W notify D/O
Desk Officer
• Check return roll call to account for all members from previous tour and sign as required
o Conduct immediate investigation if member failed to sign return roll call
Crime Scene: UMOS
LIMOS
• Request response thru Communications of
o Patrol Supervisor
o PDS/ Specialty Unit required
o advise both of witness’s detained and other information regarding ease.
• Remove unauthorized persons and secure Crime Scene
• Do not disturb evidence found at the scene
• Initially secure a large area as the crime scene when uncertainty exists
• Detain witnesses and persons with information pertinent to crime
• ACTIVITY LOG entries of:
o Observations
o ID of suspects/witnesses and their
> Addresses, Phone #s and
> Statements made either casually or formally.
Crime Scene: Patrol Supervisor
• Assess the scene
• Determine if Crime Scene Unit services are required
• Call CSU direct on landline or if no landline available, through dispatcher.
o Be specific with location; cross streets, apt #, etc. also; time, date, crime, weapon, etc. and # of
victims & hospital removed to.
o If P/S can’t respond to scene, detective on scene MAY request CSU & other req. notifications
Pat Supervisor/Detective request CSU For HARBOR:
o Homicide
o Aggravated Assault w/dangerous instrument AND victim is likely to die.
o Rape (forcible) not rape 1º
o Burglary involving forced safe or circumvented alarm
o Other crime in which the services of C.S.U. will assist the investigation
o Robbery OR hijacking w/injury caused by firearm.(firearm does not have to be shot)
• Notify D/O of details & request addt’l assistance if required.
• Have “Crime Scene” signs posted
Explain the New BARRIER TAPES
There are TWO new “barrier tapes”
• “POLICE LINE Do Not Cross” —WHITE tape with BLUE letters.
o To establish a ‘secure area’ for police operations; close streets, secure transit facilities, etc.
• “CRIME SCENE Do Not Cross” —YELLOW tape with BLACK letters.
o ONLY authorized, trained, equipped, actively involved personnel whose presence is
ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED will be permitted —absent exigents involving life or safety.
o Deployment of tape for any other reason is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
Crime Scenes Affecting Train Service, A serious incident is a:
• Homicide
• Assault SILD
• PO Shot or Injured Seriously
• Police Firearm Discharge with Injury
UMOS
• If moving the train jeopardize admissibility of physical evidence, DON’T move it.
• Detain train & wait for P/S
Crime Scenes Affecting Train Service, In most cases a train can be moved to another
location for more extensive search EXCEPT IF:
• Blood trail between train to platform
• Shots into/out of train
• Ejected rounds
• Photos that can prove/disprove eyewitness
Crime Scenes Affecting Train Service, Patrol Supervisor
• Show up to the scene
• Determine if service will be seriously affected
• Ascertain if crime scene will be effected by moving train
o Move a “Suspicious” DOA, need permission from BOTH the ASSIGNED DET. & the MEDICAL EXAMINER
• Confer with Ranking DB member regarding move
• Know the exact location train is moved to and assign a UMOS to protect crime scene
• Expedite crime scene (if you can’t move train)
• Provide for prompt resumption of service at completion of investigation.
Transporting Non-MOS In RMPs: RMP Recorder
• Get permission from P/S or D/0 if possible
• Notify radio at start/conclusion(rec makes call, gender, time,& (mi at start and end)
• Search RMP passenger area upon conclusion
• ACTIVITY LOG entry of TRIPP
Time start/end
Results of Inspection
Identity of people transported
Purpose
Place start/end
Activity Logs; who must have one and what do you record?
All UMOS below Captain keep an A/L except:
• MOS that work permanent administrative/ clerical or
• UMOS that use Investigators DAILY ACTIVITY REPORT
UMOS: record in ACTIVITY LOG:
• Information from roll call before start of tour
o Day, Date, Tour, Assignment, Meal time, Name o f op./rec, School/Church Crossing —if applicable
Vehicle inspection; COG:
o Condition of vehicle, Odometer reading, Gas
Regarding activity logs NEVER…3 things
Skip line
Remove pages
Do not Erase
Regarding activity logs, supervisors will
• Comments relating to a members activity will be made known to member’s immediate supervisor.
• Sign cops ACTIVITY LOG to indicate inspection/supervision.
• Indicate supervision and inspection of MOS A/L by inserting on the next open line, DATE, TIME, RANK, SIGNATURE AND COMMENT IF ANY.
Regarding activity logs, WHEN A UMOS IS PERMANENTLY TRANSFERRED
• Submit to a 120 Precinct supervisor for signature.
• 120 Precinct supervisor signs and makes notation in 120 Precinct distribution record under remarks.
• Go to the 52, your new assignment…
• Submit to a supervisor in the 52 Precinct.
• 52 supervisor signs and makes entry in rear of the 52 Precinct DISTRIBUTION RECORD
Unusual Occurrence is substantially more than an ordinary occurrence because of it’s:
• Seriousness, Vastness, Peculiarities, Sensationalism, Differences, Newsworthiness
• Potential to affect police/community relations re; interracial/ethnic conflict or community unrest
When In Doubt, Fill It Out…Chief Of Patrol Needs To Know…
• Make notification to Operations “whenever there is doubt as to the significance of an incident”
Unusual Occurrence Reports: UMOS & D/O
UMOS
Notify D/O immediately
Request P/S to respond
Desk Officer: (
• Notify Operations and Boro (don’t wait for the full story)
• Notify C.O./Duty Captain have him/her respond
• Prepare preliminary 49 or Unusual Occurrence Report to Chief of Patrol even if investigation
incomplete, & forward in next Department mail. (Attach SPRINT if documented, prior to forwarding)
Unusual Occurrence Reports:Sex crimes victims
• Refer to victim as “Person known to this Department”
• Do not attach Sprint IF it contains victim’s ID
• Include on 49 “Sprint not attached because it contains victims ID”
Do Not Use The Pre-Printed Unusual Occurrence Report For FLIPD
• Firearms discharge by MOS
• Labor Coalition incidents
• I f determined not appropriate by C.O./Duty Captain
• Prisoner Unusual (210-07)
• Diplomatic Incidents (212-56)
Prepare 49 on typed letterhead instead
what is the Interrupted Patrol Log?
MAINTAINED BY ALL COMMANDS UNDER JURISDICTION OF PATROL SERVICES BUREAU,
TRANSIT BUREAU, OR HOUSING BUREAU PERFORMING PATROL RELATED DUTIES
UMOS
• Report to D/O and give reason for presence in command
Desk Officer
• Make entries IN YOUR OWN HANDWRITING
• Maintain log under control AT ALL TIMES
• Review frequently. Expedite the stay
Regarding Stop & Frisk Desk Officer (Pct of Occur) will:
• Review each 250, enter # and sign (Instruct MOS if necessary)
• Separate # for each worksheet
• Make entry in 250 index cover sheet
• Bring 250’s to attention of C.O., photocopy and forward
Off Duty Incidents Involving UMOS:
Off-duty UMOS at an unusual police occurrence that s/he is either participant or witness:
• Includes family disputes and domestic violence when the MOS is either a participant or a witness
UMOS
• STAY PUT- When feasible AND safe.
• Request P/S- precinct of occurrence.
Patrol Supervisor
• Respond and assess situation.
• Notify D/O of available details.
Desk Officer:
• Notify C.O./Duty Captain.
• Notify IAB Command Center with all available details
Command Responsibility When A Person Dies Or Sustains A Serious Injury In Connection With A Police Activity
UMOS:
• Immediately request P/S
• Safeguard possible crime scene
• Secure medical attention
Patrol Supervisor:
• Respond to scene and assess the situation
• Notify D/O
• Establish crime scene, if necessary
Desk Officer: Notify
• Boro
• Operations
• C.O./Duty Captain
• IAB Command Center
• Detective Squad and Detective Boro Commands
Regarding Command Responsibility When A Person Dies Or Sustains A Serious Injury In Connection With A Police Activity. What do they mean by police activity?
(Death) Any in police custody
Death/ serious injury to a person fleeing from a foot/vehicle pursuit
Serious injury Suffered by a person prior to custody (prisoner/EDP)
Serious injury Results from police use of force
Serious injury Results from police restraint (EDP)
Serious injury Self inflicted
Any injury Resulting from a police firearms discharge