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1. An officer must decide how shell specifically handle an individual

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1. An officer must decide how she’ll specifically handle an
individual that’s panhandling. Which of the following would the
officer be using in her decision on how to act?
A. Policy C. Discretion
B. Procedure D. Profiling
2. Which of the following organizational structures reflects the
modern police agency?
A. Traditional pyramid C. Bureaucratic
B. Decentralized D. Manager-oriented
3. For a police department to be effective in our society, it must
A. have an embedded bureaucratic structure.
B. have the capability to instill a basic level of fear
in certain groups in the community.
C. have the consent and voluntary compliance of
the community.
D. assume the responsibility for the individuals of
the community.4. The major difference between community-oriented policing (COP) and problem-oriented
policing (POP) is
A. COP focuses on fostering working partnerships while POP uses a situational
approach to policing.
B. COP is characterized by a traditional bureaucratic structure while POP has
a flattened structure.
C. COP agencies have mission statements while POP agencies focus more
on specific procedures.
D. COP is more characteristic of the community while POP stresses an
idealistic philosophy.
5. If an agency has problems with consistency of service and racial profiling, it’s most likely a
problem of
A. confusion resulting from too many procedures.
B. not having a mission statement.
C. not having specific goals.
D. unlimited officer discretion.
6. What two amendments restrict arrests and searches?

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1. C. Discretion

2. C. Bureaucratic

3. D. assume the responsibility for the individuals of the community.

4. A. COP focuses on fostering working partnerships while POP uses a situational approach to policing.

5. D. unlimited officer discretion.


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6. What two amendments restrict arrests and searches?
A. First and Second Amendments
B. Third and Fourth Amendments
C. Fourth and Fifth Amendments
D. Seventh and Eighth Amendments
7. In which of the following situations must a Miranda warning be given by a police officer?
A. During a detention
B. In a stop-and-frisk situation
C. During a traffic stop for suspicion of drunk driving
D. In a custody situation prior to interrogation
8. In a stop situation, an officer may
A. conduct a full search and fingerprint the person stopped.
B. conduct a patdown of the outer clothing.
C. conduct a full search for weapons and evidence.
D. handcuff the individual stopped.
9. In a case where an individual has been arrested for possession of a controlled
substance, under which of the following conditions would a spontaneous statement
be admissible as evidence?
A. Spontaneous statements are never admissible.
B. Only after the Miranda warning
C. Only if the statements apply to a different case
D. Spontaneous statements are always admissible.
10. Without having a warrant, an officer must generally have which of the following to make a
legal arrest?
A. Reasonable suspicion
B. Probable cause that a misdemeanor has been committed
C. An offense committed in the officer’s presence
D. Information cause
11. In which of the following situations would the exclusionary rule apply?
A. A stop-and-frisk incident
B. A legal detention
C. An illegal search and seizure
D. The exclusionary rule applies only after the Miranda warnings have been given.
12. A police officer may use deadly force in which of the following situations?
A. Any arrest situation
B. Only in self-defense or in the defense of another
C. Any situation where a felon is in the act of escape
D. Only in self-defense
13. On the continuum for use of force, ordinary force includes
A. extended impact weapons.
B. service firearm.
C. nerve center controls.
D. weapon techniques with debilitating potential.
14. Considering the continuum for the use of force, an officer who has given a verbal
command is said to have used
A. simple force. C. extraordinary force.
B. no force. D. supplemental force.
15. A suspect, without saying he committed a crime, tells police about his involvement in an
element of the crime. The suspect’s statement is a/an
A. interrogation. C. confession
B. admission. D. discovery.
16. A foreign national detained by the United States as a prisoner of war has a right to
A. a Miranda warning. C. a consular rights warning.
B. an explanation. D. no warning or explanation.
17. The police must give the Miranda warning to a suspect prior to
A. questioning.
B. the booking process where questions are asked.
C. conducting a field interview.
D. custodial interrogation.
18. Which of the following statements correctly describes appropriate officer behavior
toward victims?
A. Officers should hand victims a pamphlet about compensation for injuries.
B. Officers have no obligations related to compensating victims.
C. Officers should provide victims detailed information about compensation options.
D. Officers should provide victims some compensation from an office fund.
19. During a contact, an officer notices that the individual avoids eye contact, lacks verbal
response except to repeat exactly what the officer has said, and doesn’t respond to verbal
commands. These are clues the person may be
A. intoxicated.
B. mentally retarded.
C. autistic.
D. under the influence of marijuana.
20. When thinking of cultural diversity as groups of people, we often fail to think of
A. Native Americans.
B. people with disabilities.
C. retarded children.
D. Eastern European people.

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