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Battery

Willful and unlawful use of force or violence on the person of another is a misdemeanor; felony, when serious bodily injury, or battery and injury against certain classes of victims.

Assault witha deadlyweapon orby meansof force

Unlawful attempt coupled with the present ability to commit a violent injury upon the person of another by use of a deadly weapon or force likely to produce great bodily harm is a felony.

Elder or dependent adult abuse

Willfully causes or permits an elder or dependent adult to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering or to be placed in a condition or situation likely to produce great bodily harm or death or violates any provision of law proscribing theft or embezzlement to the property of that elder or dependent is a felony abuse involving theft or embezzlement is misdemeanor, below $950, and a felony, over $950.

Kidnapping

Unlawful taking of a person against his or her will, by force or fear, from one place to another is a felony.

False imprisonment

Unlawful violation of the personal liberty of another is a misdemeanor;felony, if accomplished by violence, menace, fraud, or deceit.

Detainment or concealment of a child from legal custodian

Every person not having the right of custody, who maliciously takes, entices, or conceals away any minor child with the intent to detain or conceal from a person having lawful custody is a felony.

Deprivation of custody of a child

Every person who has the shared right of custody or visitation pursuant to a court order who detains, conceals, takes, or entices away with intent to deprive the other person of custody is a felony.

Robbery

Taking of personal property of another from the person or immediate presence against the person’s will accomplished by means of force or fear with the specific intent to permanently deprive that person of the property is a felony.

Carjacking

Taking of a motor vehicle from the person or immediate presence of a possessor or passenger by force or fear with the intent to either permanently or temporarily deprive the possessor or passenger is a felony.

Murder

To arrest a subject, the necessary crime elements for murder must include unlawful killing of a human being or fetus with malice aforethought.

Manslaughter

The crime of manslaughter is the unlawful killing of a human being without malice aforethought.

Documenting information on the death of a child

As part of the on-scene investigation, officers must gather and document information related to the incident.

Indicators of SIDS

Peace officers need to become familiar with the primary indicators of a SIDS-related death.

Appropriate actions for officers

Responding officers should reassure parents and care givers that:


1. there was nothing a parent, caregiver, or even physician could have done to predict or prevent the child’s death .


2. SIDS is not contagious to other children


3. death occurs quickly and quietly

Battery is covered under Penal Code Section

Penal Code Section 242

Battery causing/inflicting serious bodily injury is covered under Penal Code Section

Penal Code Section 243(d)

Battery - is a misdemeanor or felony?


(Penal Code Section 242)

Misdemeanor

Battery upon a specified person is a misdemeanor or felony ?


(Penal Code Section 243(b))

misdemeanor

Battery upon a specified person with treatable injury is a misdemeanor or felony?


(Penal Code Section 243(c)(1))

Felony

Battery causing/inflicting serious bodily injury is a misdemeanor or felony?


(Penal Code Section 243(d))

Felony

Batteryon apeaceofficer

A battery upon a peace officer can only occur when the officer is engaged in the lawful performance of his/her duties. The person committing the offense must know or reasonably know that the victim is a peace officer. (Penal Code Section 243(b))




note:This offense cannot occur in the course of an illegal arrest or an arrest involving the use of excessive force because then the officer is not engaged in a lawful activity.

Assault with a firearm is a Felony or Misdemeanor ?





Felony


Penal Code Section 245(a)(2)

Assault with other than a firearm on a peace officer is a Felony or Misdemeanor ?

Felony Penal Code Section 245(C)

Assault with a firearm upon a peace officer or firefighter is a Felony or Misdemeanor ?

Felony


Penal Code Section 245(d)

Assault with caustic chemicals is a Felony or Misdemeanor ?

Felony


Penal Code Section 244

Assault with stun gun or taser is a Felony or Misdemeanor ?

misdemeanor or felony


Penal Code Section 244.5

False imprisonment is covered under Penal Code Section ?

Penal Code Section 236.

Robbery is covered under Penal Code Section ?

Penal Code Section 211.

Are each of these a Felony or Misdemeanor ;


Robbery of hired vehicle


Robbery at an (ATM)


Any other type of robbery or robberies not listed in subdivisions (a) and (b) are of the second degree

Felony

Manslaughter is covered under Penal Code Section ?

Penal Code Section 192

Witnesses may also include people who can provide information regarding:

1. the motive of the individual who committed the act


2. the manner in which the suspect left the area 3. the identification and background of the victim or suspect


4. the circumstances of the crime (e.g., identification of unusual people or vehicles in the area, neighbors who heard shouting, etc.)

Crimes associated with homicide (criminal homicide) include:

1. murder (Penal Code Section 187)


2. voluntary manslaughter (Penal Code Section 192(a))


3. involuntary manslaughter (Penal Code Section 192(b))


4. vehicular manslaughter (Penal Code Section 192(c))