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141" '8’ Platoon 03/20/15-03/22/15 Mandatory Study Review for Crime Exam #4 Bodily injury — Impairment of physical coordination or substantial pain. Deadly weapon - any firearm weather loaded or unloaded or any device designed as a weapon and capable of producing death or serious injury. Serious bodily injury ~ Bodily injury which creates a substantial risk of death or permanent disfigurement, protracted loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ Serious Provocation ~ Conduct sufficient to excite an intense passion in a reasonable person. {$2501 ~ Criminal homicide: if person recklessly, intentionally, negligently, or knowingly causes the death of another human being. Classifications Murder, Voluntary Manslaughter, Involuntary Manslaughter. §2502- Murder: irst Degree Murder ~ committed by an intentional killing. This is when someone knowingly seeks to kill another Second Degree Murder ~ Criminal homicide that happens during the commission of a felony when engaged as 2 principal or an accomplice id Degree Murder ~ all other kinds of murder = felony of the first degree intent '§2503— Voluntary Manslaughter: killing someone in a sudden and intense passion resul Provocation by either the person killed or another whom the actor endeavors to kill. FL 1g from serious $2504 Involuntary Manslaughter: M1 if over 12 years old F2 if under 12 * The difference between Voluntary man. and involuntary man. is when someone acts suddenly from serious provocation and without lawful justification kills another - voluntary manslaughter. Involuntary is the result of someone acting reckless of negligently and as a result causes the death of another. {52505 ~ Causing or Aiding Suicide: Causes enother to commit suicide intentionally by force duress or deception. Criminal homicide. ing someone during an illegal or legal act recklessly or negligently §2507 ~ Criminal Homicide of Law Enforcement: Murder First Degree — Intentionally. They must know that the parson is a law enforcement officer while in the line of duty. Murder Second Degree — During the commission of a felony kills a LEO while in the line of duty. Manslaughter - Without lawful justification kills a LEO while in the line of duty the person must act under sudden intense provocation resulting from the victim. F1. If negligently or recklessly its F2, Chapter 27 701: le Assault "Attempts to cause or intentionally, knowingly or recklessly cause bodily injury to another Negligently causes bodily injury to another with a deadly weapon ‘Attempts by physical menace to put another in fear of imminent serious bodil injury ‘Traffic Test #5 Study Guide Chapter 49. SIZE, WEIGHT, and LOAD. {§4901- No vehicle, combination or load shall be operated in Commonwealth unless permitted as provided in Title 75 ‘There are spe jtations on the size and weight of vehicles Permit must be authorized if it eannot be meved legally Movement determined by public interest ‘Movement is escorted by PSP on overtime ‘Movement is approved by department or PSP. Permittee bears the costs §4902- Commonwealth and local authorities may prohibit the operation of vehicles or impose restrictions as to the weight and size according ‘to what bridges and highways can handle CAT Surcharge of $225 “May restrict movements based on hazardous traffic conditions Penn Dot has the authority to issue a permit Penn Dot supersedes local ordinances Penalty © Summary Offense $75 + Operating a vehicle with a gross weight in excess of posted weight pays a fine of $150 and $150 for each 500 pounds, or part thereof, in excess of 3,000 pounds over the max weight {§4903- Vehicle must be loaded to prevent any of its load from dropping, sifting, leaking or escaping (b) Every load must be fastened so it doesn’t became loose or detach (©) Load of logs shall be securely fastened by straps or chains and stakes that goto the top of load Load of logs greater than six feet in lengsh must be secured by three binder for each stack of logs 1) Load of loose garbage- cover of top shall remain tightly in place going wo a disposal site Penalty to provide basic medical care, 3. Indirect Medical Direction- Done through standing orders such as protocols. x) CPR, Heart Attack, Existing Course of action. 4. Direct Medical Direction- Done by speaking with a physician or nurse practitioner via phone ebout procedures not Covered by standing orders. Identify yourself on the phone to the nurse. 5. As an EMR you must obtain consent. Identify yourself to the patient, state level of training, ask fay help, explain observations, explain what is planned. 6. Patient has the right to withdraw consent at any time, 7. Brachial Artery- Located in your bicep. Use this to check the pulse on a baby/infent. 8, Standard of care/Legel Scope of Practice 9. Anterior- Any part towards the front of the body 10. Posterior- Any part towards the back of the body. 11. Body Cavities- Organs located within hollow spaces of the body * Granial-head, Spinal-skull to the lower back, Thoratic- chest (lungs/heart), Abdominal kidneys, stomach, Pancreas, etc. Pelvic-bladder, rectum, etc. 12, The body system is dependent on each other for proper function, 13. Vital Organs- Heart, brains, lungs 14. Musculoskeletal System Functions: Supports body, protects organs, allows movement, stores minerals, produces blood cells, produced heat. 15. Skin isthe largest organ in the human body. 16. No matter what the situation, carefully size up the scene. 17. Traffic = the most dangerous thing for EMR 18. #10 on test: Kidney is the least vital organ 36. Test Question: Situation where leat likely to mave a subject. Answer: Painting a house and falls into the grass. 30. Test Question: You suspect a patient has @ head/neck injury, what isthe best way to move. Answer: Blanket Drag 21. Test Question: An explosion is a good example of a mechanism of Injury 22, Test Question: What type of situation involves a strange odor, large cloud of gas? Answer: Hazmat 25, Test Question: Upon arrival on scene what should the first responder do? Answer: Ensure scene safety. 24 Test Question: What isthe practice of moving a patient with maximum stability and strength? Answer: Power Grip 25. Test Question: Primary assessment, how long do you check for life? Answer: No more than 10 seconds. 26. Know that the respiratory status of a patient can change quickly. 27. Perfusion: Describes circulation of blocd through the body. Can lockat skin color, skin temperature, moisture of skin ‘and capillary refill to help determine this. 28, Blood pressure measurements: Sphygmomanometer—blood pressure cuft. Stethoscope. 29. Respiratory Distress- Difficulty breathing. Ex.) Allergies, asthma, etc. Can become respiratory arrest. 30. Respiratory Arrest- Cessation of breathing, 32. Test Question/B: What Is an indicetion that an alrway is open? Answer: You can hear and feel air coming from the Patient's mouth and nose. 32. Test Question: Which of the followin, ‘mechanical is foreign to the body. 33, Only use finger sweeps on unconscious patients, 34, Mechanical-Electronically powered suction unit, Manual- operated by hands. 35. Do not suction for more than 15 seconds at a time. 36: Oral airways are only to be used on unconscious patients, and are used to keep the tongue from blocking the alway. ig is least likely to cause mechanical obstruction? Answer: Tongue (anatomical), PENNSYLVANIA STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS 1800 ELMERTON AVENUE HARRISBURG, PA 17110 Februarygp2016 adel Personne! Number: amp Doar Cadet > By the authority of the Commissioner and with the recommendation of the Director, Bureau of Training and Education and concurrence by the Deputy Commissioner of Administration and Professional Responsibiity, you ere hereby dismissed as a Cadet effective close of business Februai 016. affairs investigators, Based upon a review of all available information, including intemal Aftairs Division Investigation 2015 and your own admissions, we find sufficient information exists to sustain the allegation that you were provided with answers to Cadet examinations prior to those ‘examinations being administered by Academy staff, Your actions are in violation of: reads, "A Cadet will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do.” Your conduct, Which demonstrated a lack of integrity, and Your failure to adhere to the high moral All items of Commonwealth property that are in your possession are to be Immediately returned to your Bureau Director, An Internationally Accredited Law Enforcement. ‘Agency Febr cage 2 016 You are directed to contact the State Employees’ Retirement System (SERS), Harrisourg Regional Counseling Ce! inter at 30 North Third Street, Room 319, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101, telephone 1-800-633-5461, to determine your benefit entitlements Sincerely, lin. M hdleacs Kim H. Studenroth Director Bureau of Human Resources Signature Date