91a officer

91a officer DEFAULT

Statutes: Virgin Islands, U.S.

(a) The U.S. Virgin Islands Police Department, or other law enforcement agencies, upon request to the Department or other enforcement agency, shall respond to every request for assistance or protection, from or on behalf of a victim of alleged domestic violence, whether or not an order has been issued against the alleged abuser.

(b) A lower priority shall not be assigned to calls involving alleged incidents of abuse or violations of orders relative to domestic violence than is assigned in responding to like offenses involving strangers. Existence of any of the following factors shall be interpreted by police dispatchers as indicating a need for immediate response:

(1) The caller indicates that violence is imminent or is in progress;
(2) An order relative to domestic violence is in effect; or
(3) The caller indicates that incidents of domestic violence have occurred previously between the parties.

(c) If the police or other law enforcement officer has reason to believe that a person is a victim of domestic violence, the officer shall use all reasonable means to prevent further domestic violence and to ensure the victim’s safety including:

(1) exercising arrest powers pursuant to section 94 of this chapter;
(2) attempting to persuade the offender to leave the household if there is not probable cause to make an arrest and the victim perceives continuing danger;
(3) filling out and filing a domestic violence report as provided by section 93 of this chapter;
(4) interviewing the parties and children in separate rooms to ensure that the victim, as well as the children, have an opportunity to speak freely;
(5) providing or arranging for transportation for the victim to a safe place or shelter, if such transportation is desired;
(6) interviewing the children regarding the facts of the assault;
(7) providing or arranging transportation for the victim to the nearest hospital or medical facility for treatment of injuries, if such treatment is needed or desired;
(8) reading to the victim, the oral statement of rights as provided under section 92 of this chapter and written information about the nearest shelter or other agency providing service to victims of domestic violence;
(9) advising the victim of the importance of preserving evidence and of the types of evidence that should be preserved;
(10) taking photographs of any visible injuries or property damage whenever necessary or appropriate;
(11) remaining on the scene of an incident of domestic violence as long as the victim remains in danger;
(12) accompanying the victim to a previous residence to remove personal belongings; and
(13) supervising the court ordered removal of an abuser from a residence shared with a victim.

Sours: https://www.womenslaw.org/laws/vi/statutes/91a-duties-police-officers

2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 54 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 961 - Trial and Proceedings After Conviction
Section 54-91a - (Formerly Sec. 54-109). Presentence investigation of defendant.


CT Gen Stat § 54-91a (2012) What's This?

(a) No defendant convicted of a crime, other than a capital felony under the provisions of section 53a-54b in effect prior to April 25, 2012, or murder with special circumstances under the provisions of section 53a-54b in effect on or after April 25, 2012, the punishment for which may include imprisonment for more than one year, may be sentenced, or the defendant’s case otherwise disposed of, until a written report of investigation by a probation officer has been presented to and considered by the court, if the defendant is so convicted for the first time in this state; but any court may, in its discretion, order a presentence investigation for a defendant convicted of any crime or offense other than a capital felony under the provisions of section 53a-54b in effect prior to April 25, 2012, or murder with special circumstances under the provisions of section 53a-54b in effect on or after April 25, 2012.

(b) A defendant who is convicted of a crime and is not eligible for sentence review pursuant to section 51-195 may, with the consent of the sentencing judge and the prosecuting official, waive the presentence investigation.

(c) Whenever an investigation is required, the probation officer shall promptly inquire into the circumstances of the offense, the attitude of the complainant or victim, or of the immediate family where possible in cases of homicide, and the criminal record, social history and present condition of the defendant. Such investigation shall include an inquiry into any damages suffered by the victim, including medical expenses, loss of earnings and property loss. All local and state police agencies shall furnish to the probation officer such criminal records as the probation officer may request. When in the opinion of the court or the investigating authority it is desirable, such investigation shall include a physical and mental examination of the defendant. If the defendant is committed to any institution, the investigating agency shall send the reports of such investigation to the institution at the time of commitment.

(d) Any information contained in the files or report of an investigation pursuant to this section shall be available to the Court Support Services Division for the purpose of performing the duties contained in section 54-63d and to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for purposes of diagnosis and treatment.

(1955, S. 3337d; 1957, P.A. 639, S. 1; 1959, P.A. 615, S. 14; P.A. 76-336, S. 6; P.A. 78-188, S. 5, 8; P.A. 80-313, S. 48; P.A. 82-281; 82-298, S. 5; P.A. 85-98; P.A. 90-261, S. 12, 19; P.A. 95-225, S. 35; 95-261, S. 4; P.A. 00-64, S. 1; P.A. 02-132, S. 41; P.A. 03-48, S. 1; P.A. 12-5, S. 30.)

History: 1959 act required report of probation officer’s investigation prior to sentencing if defendant’s record discloses a conviction obtained prior to three years from present conviction; P.A. 76-336 substituted references to capital felony for references to first degree murder where appearing; P.A. 78-188 required that criminal records be furnished to restitution specialists upon their request; P.A. 80-313 divided section into Subsecs. and substituted “may” for “shall” in provision re required reports of probation officer in Subsec. (a); Sec. 54-109 transferred to Sec. 54-91a in 1981; P.A. 82-281 amended Subsec. (a)(2) to increase from three to five years the period of time between convictions, and inserted a new Subsec. (b) authorizing certain defendants to waive the investigation, relettering former Subsec. (b) accordingly; P.A. 82-298 deleted references to restitution specialists in newly relettered Subsec. (c); P.A. 85-98 amended Subsec. (c) by adding provision requiring the investigation to include an inquiry into any damages suffered by the victim; P.A. 90-261 amended Subsec. (c) by adding provision requiring the investigation to include an inquiry into whether the department of correction recommends that the defendant participate in a special alternative incarceration program; P.A. 95-225 and P.A. 95-261 both added substantially identical provisions as new Subsec. (d) authorizing the disclosure of information in the files or report of an investigation to the Office of the Bail Commission for the purpose of performing the duties in Sec. 54-63d (Revisor’s note: P.A. 95-225 provided that “Any information contained in the files or report of an investigation made pursuant to this section may be disclosed to the Office of the Bail Commission ...”, whereas P.A. 95-261 provided that “Any information contained in the files or report of an investigation pursuant to this section shall be available to the Office of the Bail Commission ...”); P.A. 00-64 amended Subsec. (a) by making technical changes and deleting provision that required investigation if record of defendant, as shown by prosecutor, discloses conviction obtained prior to five years from guilty finding in present prosecution, and amended Subsec. (d) by adding provision making information contained in files or report available to Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services for purposes of diagnosis and treatment; P.A. 02-132 amended Subsec. (d) by replacing “Office of the Bail Commission” with “Court Support Services Division”; P.A. 03-48 amended Subsec. (c) to delete provision requiring investigation to include an inquiry into whether the Department of Correction recommends that the defendant participate in a special alternative incarceration program in accordance with Sec. 53a-39b, reflecting repeal of said Sec. by the same public act; P.A. 12-5 amended Subsec. (a) to add references to provisions of Sec. 53a-54b in effect prior to April 25, 2012, re capital felony and add references to murder with special circumstances under Sec. 53a-54b, effective April 25, 2012.

Refusal of court to allow defendant to question on the witness stand the probation officer who prepared report held not violation of right to be confronted by witnesses and to cross-examine them. 147 C. 125. Cited. 153 C. 673; 160 C. 151, 165. Request to withdraw nolo contendere plea after presentence report may validly be refused by court if it is deemed delaying action. 161 C. 20. Cited. 168 C. 623. Cited. 169 C. 263. Cited. 176 C. 270.

Presentence investigation and report should have been made where minor defendant sentenced to reformatory for not more than two years for crime, the prescribed penalty for which is not more than one year. 26 CS 505. So, where term to be served was not more than two years where punishment for crime would include imprisonment for more than one year. 27 CS 81.

Not error to order presentence report and consider it before motion in arrest of judgment was heard. 3 Conn. Cir. Ct. 153. Not an abuse of discretion to deny accused withdrawal of plea of nolo contendere after being given copy of presentence report. Id., 206.

Annotations to present section:

Cited. 186 C. 153 (Diss. Op.). Cited. 197 C. 106. Cited. 234 C. 139. Cited. 236 C. 561.

Cited. 8 CA 607. Cited. 19 CA 640. Cited. 22 CA 10. Cited. 37 CA 801. Cited. 40 CA 643. Cited. 43 CA 142. Any objection to presentence investigation report must be made prior to sentencing because trial court is required to consider information contained in the PSI prior to sentencing. 49 CA 702.

Subsec. (a):

Cited. 5 CA 378. Cited. 10 CA 591. Cited. 42 CA 768.

Subsec. (c):

Cited. 199 C. 121.

Statute recognizes the wide range of information which a sentencing court should consider. 1 CA 724. Cited. 10 CA 591.

Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Connecticut may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources.

Sours: https://law.justia.com/codes/connecticut/2012/title-54/chapter-961/section-54-91a/
  1. Citrix for outlook
  2. 24x24 wall decor
  3. Richmond tx 10 day forecast

Military Crosswalk Search for:
91a

91AM1 Abrams Tank System Maintainer (Army - Enlisted)
17-3023.00Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologists and Technicians
49-1011.00First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
49-2094.00Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment
49-2096.00Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles
49-3023.00Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics
49-3031.00Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists
49-3041.00Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians   Bright OutlookBright Outlook  
49-3042.00Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except EnginesBright Outlook
49-9041.00Industrial Machinery MechanicsBright Outlook
49-9043.00Maintenance Workers, MachineryBright Outlook
49-9098.00Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
53-1042.00First-Line Supervisors of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand
53-1043.00First-Line Supervisors of Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators
53-3032.00Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck DriversBright Outlook
53-6051.07Transportation Vehicle, Equipment and Systems Inspectors, Except Aviation
Sours: https://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk/MOC?b=A&s=91a
Do you want to be a Tank Mechanic?

Ordnance Officer - 91A

Prev - 35Intelligence and Combat SupportNext - 37A

  • Active/Reserve:Both
  • Officer/Enlisted:Officer
  • Restrictions:None

Ordnance officers are responsible for ensuring that weapons systems, vehicles and equipment are ready and available — and in perfect working order — at all times. They also manage the developing, testing, fielding, handling, storage and disposal of munitions.

  • Commanding and controlling operations during land combat
  • Coordinate employment of ordnance Soldiers at all levels of command
  • Those who want to serve must first take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, a series of tests that helps you better understand your strengths and identify which Army jobs are best for you.
  • Job training for an ordnance officer requires completion of the Ordnance Officer Basic Course, where you'll learn leadership skills, tactics, maintenance and operational aspects of weapons and vehicles used in an ordnance platoon. Your training will take place in classrooms and in the field.

  • Selfdiscipline
  • Physically fit
  • Perform under physical and mental pressures
  • Make decisions quickly and on your own
  • The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is an examination that is administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command. It is used to determine qualification and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military.

  • Mechanical Maintenance (MM) : 99 OR Mechanical Maintenance (MM) : 88, General Technical (GT) : 92
  • Total compensation includes housing, medical, food, special pay, and vacation time.

  • See the whole list of Army Occupational Specialties here

    To learn more about the Army's rank structure, see our complete list of Army ranks.
    To see a list of military medals and decorations that can be earned by servicemembers in the Army and other branches of the military, see our list of military decorations and medals.




    Sours: https://www.military-ranks.org/army-mos-occupations/91A-ordnance-officer

    Officer 91a

    204-91A-090 - Hearing procedure

    204-91A-090. Hearing procedure

    Hearings under this chapter will be pursuant to chapters 34.05 RCW and 10-08 WAC, as supplemented by this section.

    (1) The presiding officer will conduct the hearing and any prehearing conference(s).

    (2) The burden of proof in any hearing will be on the applicant seeking a letter of appointment, or the person or agency seeking the suspension or revocation of a letter of appointment, or other action by the chief or designee. The chief or designee, after having heard and considered all pertinent evidence, or if the hearing is conducted by an administrative law judge, after having considered a record of a hearing conducted by an administrative law judge duly appointed pursuant to chapter 34.12 RCW, will make written findings of facts and conclusions based on evidence presented.

    (3) Oral proceedings must be recorded by a method chosen by the patrol and such recording will become part of the hearing record.

    (4) During an adjudicative proceeding, no person may appear in a representative capacity other than the following:

    (a) Attorneys at law duly qualified and entitled to practice before the supreme court of the state of Washington;

    (b) Attorneys at law duly qualified and entitled to practice before the highest court of record of any other state, if the attorneys at law of the state of Washington are permitted to appear in a representative capacity before administrative agencies of such other state, and if not otherwise prohibited by our state law; and/or

    (c) A bona fide officer, partner, sole proprietor, or authorized manager of a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation who appears for such sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation.

    (5) The presiding officer will decide whether to permit the taking of depositions, the requesting of admissions, and all other procedures authorized by rules 26 through 36 of the superior court civil rules. The presiding officer will condition use of discovery on a showing of necessity and unavailability by other means. In exercising such discretion, the presiding officer will consider:

    (a) Whether all parties are represented by counsel;

    (b) Whether undue expense or delay in bringing the case to hearing will result;

    (c) Whether the discovery will promote the orderly and prompt conduct of the proceeding; and

    (d) Whether the interests of justice will be promoted.

    (Amended by WSR 17-10-029, Filed 4/26/2017, effective 5/27/2017)

    Statutory Authority: RCW 46.37.005, 46.55.050, and 46.55.115. 09-09-118, § 204-91A-090, filed 4/21/09, effective 5/22/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.37.005. 04-20-021, § 204-91A-090, filed 9/28/04, effective 10/29/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.37.005, 46.55.050, and 46.55.115. 02-07-056, § 204-91A-090, filed 3/15/02, effective 4/15/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.35.005 [46.37.005]. 89-14-015 (Order 89-04-ESR), § 204-91A-090, filed 6/23/89.

    The following state regulations pages link to this page.



    Sours: https://www.law.cornell.edu/regulations/washington/Wash-Admin-Code-SS-204-91A-090
    91A M 1 Abrams Tank System Maintainer

    .

    Now discussing:

    .



    1173 1174 1175 1176 1177