LD28_Ch1 - Palomar College Public Safety Training Center...

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Palomar College Public Safety Training Center Tra c Enforcement ( Domain 28, Version 4 ) Chapter 1: Basic Tra c Concepts
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RELEVANCE OF VEHICLE CODE Workbook Page 1 - 3
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E f ective Enforcement E f ective enforcement of tra c laws results in: An opportunity to build positive contacts with the public. The reduction of collision rates, which saves lives and reduces economic loss. A reduction of crime rates in general. Voluntary compliance with the law. A means for providing o cers with probable cause to conduct enforcement stops which may lead to the discovery of additional tra c or criminal o f enses.
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Peace O cer s Role Education - Educate the public regarding tra c laws. Enforcement - Enforce tra c laws and control tra c. Engineering - Investigate and document collisions, and enforcement actions.
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VEHICLE CODE STRUCTURE Workbook Page 1 - 4
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Categories of Sections phrases. shall and may.
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of proceeding. Example: Vehicle Code Section 4460 ( b ) explains the Categories of Sections
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agencies. to seize documents, plates, etc. Categories of Sections
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Punitive sections prohibit certain actions and Example: Vehicle Code Section 31 makes giving false information to a peace o cer illegal. Categories of Sections
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VEHICLE CODE DEFINITIONS Workbook Page 1 - 8
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467. ( a ) A pedestrian is any person who is afoot or who is using any of the following: ( 1 ) A means of conveyance propelled by human power other than a bicycle . ( 2 ) An electric personal assistive mobility device . ( b ) Pedestrian includes any person who is operating a self - propelled wheelchair , motorized tricycle , or motorized quadricycle and, by reason of physical disability, is otherwise unable to move about as a pedestrian , as speci f ed in subdivision ( a ) . De
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LD28_Ch1 - Palomar College Public Safety Training Center...

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