StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence in California
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence in California

Study Guide for the California Police Academy (P.O.S.T.) Written Examination
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Created by Michael Rubacha
Last updated 9/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 34 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 5 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this StudiGuide course, students will be able to understand the California Criminal Justice System.
  • Students will be able to understand the basic concepts of Domestic Violence.
  • Students will, after careful study and review of this course, will be able to have a better understanding for the testing and passing of the State of California’s Commission on Peace Officer Standard and Training (POST) basic police academy written examination.
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Requirements
  • Students should have a copy of the state of California’s Commission on Peace Officer Standard and Training (POST) workbook and review it prior to starting a StudiGuide course.
Description

This StudiGuide course provides a practice review-testing resource for police academy cadets (based on the state of California’s Commission on Peace Officer Standard and Training 'POST' requirements) to help understand and pass the POST written examinations.

You will be able to RECALL the definition of domestic violence per Penal Code 13700

You will be able to RECOGNIZE the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for the following crimes as applied to domestic violence incidents and RECOGNIZE the crime classification for each crime that may result from a domestic violence incident as a misdemeanor or a felony

Willful infliction of corporal injury

  • Battery
  • Stalking
  • Malicious destruction of telephone, telegraph, cable television, or electrical lines
  • Preventing or dissuading a witness or a victim from testifying
  • Criminal threats
  • Spousal rape

You will be able to RECOGNIZE:

  • the initial process for responding to a domestic violence call
  • under what circumstances an arrest should be made
  • procedures for seizing firearms or other deadly weapons

You will be able to IDENTIFY the differences between the types of court orders to include:

  • Criminal protective/stay-away orders
  • Emergency Protective Orders
  • Restraining orders

You will be able to IDENTIFY:

  • physical evidence to be collected
  • common characteristics of a victim and a batterer
  • a peace officer’s role in reducing domestic violence
  • the validity of a restraining order 
  • the purpose for obtaining an Emergency Protective Order
  • what information needs to be documented in a report
  • how the peace officer can provide support for the victim

This is more than likely ALL you will be tested on during this specific written examination.

You will be able to DISCUSS resources available for victim protection

You will be able to DEMONSTRATE how to enforce a court order

Selected information from this written examination will also appear on your End-of-Course Proficiency Test.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who want to maximize their study time while attending a police academy in the state of California.
  • Students who want a clearer understanding of the material they will be tested on while attending a police academy.
  • Our StudiGuides are an eLearning experience that short-cuts the normal "study groups" at home with the fundamental, straight forward, no-nonsense knowledge required, in a practical setting; your home, vehicle or other study place.
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StudiGuide 25: How to Pass this Written Examination
3 Lectures 08:22

Students will understand test taking tips for the California POST police academy written examinations.

Preview 04:27

Students will be able to ask any question, leave comments and/or rate this course for the benefit of others.

Discussion Post
01:53
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StudiGuide 25: OVERVIEW of Domestic Violence in California
1 Lecture 02:00

Students will be given an overview of this course, what will be covered and how it will be covered.

Preview 02:00
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence: Identifying and Classifying DV Crimes
8 Lectures 09:03

Students will be able to recognize domestic violence and apply appropriate laws.

Preview 01:37

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for willful infliction of corporal injury and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Willful Infliction of Corporal Injury
01:00

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for battery as applied to domestic violence and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Preview 01:12

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for stalking and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Stalking
01:24

Students will be able to understand the crime elements for malicious destruction of telephone, telegraph, cable television, or electrical lines regarding domestic violence incidents. 

Malicious Destruction of Telephone, Telegraph, Cable TV, or Electrical Lines
00:55

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for preventing or dissuading a witness / victim from testifying and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Preventing or Dissuading a Witness / Victim from Testifying
01:03

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for criminal threats and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Criminal Threats
01:19

Students will be able to recognize the crime elements required to arrest a suspect for spousal rape and recognize the crime as a misdemeanor or felony.

Spousal Rape
00:33

Lecture Review Questions.

Domestic Violence Crimes Review Questions
10 questions
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence: Impact
2 Lectures 02:18

Students will be able to understand the characteristics of a batterer and victim.

Preview 01:40

Students will understand that generally, arrest of the batterer is one of the most effective deterrents in preventing continued domestic violence.

Peace Officer's Role in Reducing Domestic Violence
00:38

Lecture Review Questions.

Domestic Violence Impact Review Questions
3 questions
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence: Responding to a Call
5 Lectures 05:01

Students will be able to understand the dangers involved in responding to domestic violence calls.

Response Procedures
02:52

Students will be able to understand the importance of arresting a batterer in a domestic violence situation if probable cause exists.

Arrest of a Batterer
00:52

Students will be able to understand the importance of the identification and collection of evidence in a domestic violence investigation.

Identifying Evidence
00:25

Students will understand the procedures for seizing firearms or other deadly weapons.

Firearm Seizing Procedures
00:30

Students will understand the rationale for protecting the victim after the arrest of the batterer.

Victim Protection
00:22

Lecture Review Questions.

Domestic Violence Response Review Questions
2 questions
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence: Court Orders
4 Lectures 03:44

Students will be able to understand the different types of court orders available in domestic violence situations.

Types of Court Orders
01:26

Students will be able to understand the importance of verifying a restraining order before making an arrest or notifying the suspect if its existence.

Validity of Restraining Orders
01:18

Students will be able to understand the purpose of Emergency Protective Orders (EPOs)

Emergency Protective Orders (EPO)
00:53

Students will be able to understand their responsibility in addressing a violation of a restraining order as a peace officer.

Enforcement Procedures
00:07

Lecture Review Questions.

Domestic Violence Court Order Review Questions
10 questions
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StudiGuide 25: Domestic Violence: Documenting the Crime
3 Lectures 03:40

Students will be able to understand the importance of properly documenting domestic violence situations for prosecution.

Report Documentation
02:01

Students will be able to understand the importance of providing and explaining support services available for victims of domestic violence.

Support Services for Victims
00:43

Course ending and closure.  Thank You for taking and completing this course.

Ending and StudiGuide 25 Course PDF
00:56

Lecture Review Questions.

Domestic Violence Documentation Review Questions
5 questions
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StudiGuide 25: Final Review Questions for Domestic Violence in California
0 Lectures 00:00

Course Review Questions.

Final Review Questions: Domestic Violence in California
55 questions
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Bonus
1 Lecture 02:26
Bonus
02:26
About the Instructor
Michael Rubacha
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California Police Academy Study Guide Presenter

Michael "Andy" Rubacha

I began my career in law enforcement in 1988 and retired from Los Angeles County. Throughout my County law enforcement career, I have taken on collateral tasks as trainer, instructor and mentor to fellow law enforcement personnel of all ranks.

I have attended the LAPD Law Enforcement West Point Leadership Program and numerous other supervisory, management, and instructor training courses in law enforcement. I have obtained my Basic, Intermediate, Advance, Supervisory and Management POST certificates. As a college instructor, I have taught Criminal Justice to students interested in the field of law enforcement. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. I have taken a keen interest in newly hired police trainees to mentor them for success. I have also facilitated career / promotional preparation courses for the past fifteen+ years.

Additionally, I was a member of the Air Force (Security Police), a Veteran of Desert Storm, and a life-member of the Veteran of Foreign Wars, Post 9148, having served as Post Commander and Senior Vice-Post Commander.

I have volunteered my time for more than fifteen years to coordinate and teach study groups for police academy (including Module D and re-certification) recruits/students. Over 1000 students attended my study groups. My desire is to continue benefiting the student/recruit in being successful to become the next generation police officer.