Parking enforcement Flashcards


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1

It is important for the parking enforcement specialist to have a working knowledge of __

State statues and local ordinances. This ensures that they enforce all laws properly and they uphold their employing agency’s integrity

2

Counties:

Parking enforcement specialist employed by a sheriffs office may enforce all state and county laws, ordinances, regulations, and officials signs governing parking for violations when they are within the county with an appropriate state or county citation.

3

Parking enforcement specialist may not:

Carry a firearm, do not have a rest authority, and cannot write citations for criminal offenses.

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It is crucial to discuss the relevant ___

Local parking enforcement ordinances.

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Municipalities and counties MAY ENACT:

Ordinances that apply only within the geographical Limits of the county or city enacting them

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The FCIC is the Florida crime information center at ___

The Florida Department of law-enforcement

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The NCIC is the national crime information center at ___

The federal Bureau of investigation

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The FCIC and NCIC provide information on:

Wanted/missing persons, stolen property, vehicle/vessel identification data, criminal history, register sexual predators, and other specific information is needed.

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True or false:

Parking enforcement specialist might be sent to an abandoned vehicle in a parking lot in which the management company might request information on the vehicle to avoid having it towed (TRUE)

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What is professional demeanor:

It includes how a person is dressed, groomed, walks, sits, speaks, and waits.

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True or false:

The manner in which a parking enforcement specialist presents testimony is as important as what he or she actually says (TRUE)

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Always exhibit professional demeanor and behavior:

That promotes confidence in what you say

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Taking the ___ Is one of the first opportunities to make a positive impression on the court

Oath

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When parking enforcement specialist take the oath prior to giving testimony ___

They swear or affirm under a penalty of perjury that all statements they make are true and complete

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What is a subpoena?

A subpoena is a court order or WRIT commanding attendance in court, at deposition, before the state attorney, or under an authorized agencies authority for a specified purpose, under penalty for failure to do so

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A subpoena duces tecum is:

A type of subpoena requiring the person named to “bring with you” documents, papers, or other items specifically listed in the subpoena when appearing in court

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Relevance:

Argues that the testimony does not show that it is more likely that the violator committed a parking infraction

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Hearsay:

Argues that the testimony given was a statement made by a third-party outside of the court

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Speculation:

Argues that the parking enforcement specialist is guessing or asked to testify to information that he or she does not possess

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Leading question:

Argues that the wording of the question suggest the desired answer

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Argumentative question:

May occur when the question asked presents an argument or opinion rather than soliciting an answer

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When interacting with the public, parking enforcement specialist need to be careful __

With the way they speak-good interpersonal skills are crucial

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Negative body language and gestures can __

Worsen almost any exchange and make a conversation deteriorate

  1. Always be respectful
  2. Do not show hostility even if the other person does
  3. Recognize hot buttons or issues that caused people to feel anger into argue with each other
  4. Do not let a confrontation move into the roadway

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It is the responsibility of parking enforcement specialist to adhere to __

The 2-way radio and cell phone policy and standard operating procedures of their employing agency

25

Phraseology:

The combination of words to express information

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Parking enforcement specialist needs to understand how various __

Paid parking systems operating and how they affect enforcing parking laws including single space meters, multi space parking meters, and permit required areas.

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Examples of paid parking system used by an agency may include:

Pay by phone, Pay and display, pay by space, pay by plate

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What is LPR?

License plate recognition systems are used for parking enforcement in permitted areas, time allotted spaces, and for law violators

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Parking enforcement specialist need to be aware that ___

Handicap parking permits can be placed on dashboards rather than hanging or indicated on license plates

30

What is diction?

The choice of words to fit the context and clarity with which words are pronounced, must be done with care.

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Only discuss relevant facts of the situation:

Do not offer personal opinions or speculation

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It is crucial to discuss the relevant agency specific policies __

And standard operating procedures that apply regarding conflict the fusion in any associate at tactics

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Some illnesses in medical conditions have symptoms __

That mimic characteristics of substance abuse or aggression

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People in a diabetic emergency:

Often exhibit signs and symptoms that can resemble drunkenness or a drug overdose

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People in a diabetic shock:

Can stagger, slur their speech, and appear drunk. They can exhibit altered mental state, including dizziness, drowsiness, and confusion

36

An individual experiencing an epileptic episode:

Can appear as if in a drunken stupor or confused state. During a severe episode, the individual can become violent

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High blood pressure:

Can sometimes cause people to become temporarily irrational

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A head injury:

May cause confusion and belligerence

39

People suffering from a stroke:

Can appear dizzy and confused and can vomit or lose consciousness

40

Parkinson’s disease:

Can cause shaking, slurred speech, and the appearance of intoxication

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Cerebral palsy and Wernicke syndrome:

Can cause sufferers to appear confused and have faulty muscular coordination or paralysis of the eye muscle

42

People with degenerative diseases such as:

Alzheimer’s and dementia can stagger, act inappropriately, be forgetful, or wander aimlessly