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Sergeant's Quiz 2 Answers
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Sunday, January 13, 2013 8:09 a.m.


 1.      A. In the AG Policy on Vehicular Pursuits, section b reads as follows:

B.  No more than two police vehicles (primary unit and secondary unit) shall become actively involved in a pursuit unless otherwise specifically directed by a supervisor.


2.       D. In the AG Policy on Use of Force, constructive authority is defined as follows:

A. Constructive Authority

1. Constructive authority does not involve actual physical contact with the subject,  but involves the use of the law enforcement officer’s authority to exert control over a subject.

2. Examples include verbal commands, gestures, warnings, and unholstering a weapon.

3. Pointing a firearm at a subject is an element of constructive authority to be used only in appropriate situations.


3.       A.  Under 2C:33-14, Interference with Transportation, this conduct is expressly prohibited.  Below is the text of the statute.   (For the purpose of clarity, we only included the relevant portion of the statute)

2C:33-14. a. Interference with Transportation. A person is guilty of interference with transportation if the person purposely or knowingly: 

(7)   shines, points or focuses a laser lighting device beam, directly or indirectly, upon a person operating any vehicle, including, but not limited to, a bus, light rail vehicle, railroad locomotive, railroad car, jitney, trolley car, subway car, ferry, airplane, or other facility of transportation.  As used in this paragraph, "laser lighting device" means a device which emits a laser beam that is designed to be used by the operator as a pointer or highlighter to indicate, mark or identify a specific position, place, item or object.  


  4.      B. 39:4-100 reads as follows:

39:4-100. Rate of speed across sidewalk
No vehicle or horse shall be driven or ridden across a sidewalk at a rate of speed greater than four miles per hour.


5.       D.  From the AG Policy on Drug Testing:

Sworn law enforcement officers who refuse to submit to a drug test ordered in response to reasonable suspicion or random selection shall be immediately suspended from employment.  Upon a finding that the officer did in fact refuse to submit a sample, the officer shall be terminated from law enforcement employment and permanently barred from future law enforcement employment in New Jersey.  In addition, the appointing authority shall forward the officer's name to the Central Drug Registry and note that the individual refused to submit to a drug test.







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