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Can anyone help with AMU CMRJ 302 US LAW ENFORCEMENT quizzes & final?

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Seems like there is no luck on this CMRJ302.


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AMU CMRJ 302 Quiz 1

Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points

Social contract theory describes the relationship between which of the following? 
 A. a. citizens and police 
 
 B. b. government and citizens 
 
 C. c. government and police 
 
 D. d. the Constitution and citizens 



Answer Key: B
Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following is a "function" of the Constitution? 
 A. a. defines and describes social arrangements between a government and its citizens 
 
 B. b. distributes authority 
 
 C. c. limits the use of power 
 
 D. d. all of the above 



Answer Key: D
Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following protects suspects from illegal searches and seizures? 
 A. a. Fourth Amendment 
 
 B. b. Fifth Amendment 
 
 C. c. Sixth Amendment 
 
 D. d. Eighth Amendment 



Answer Key: A
Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points

How police officers obtain confessions and conduct lineups is addressed in which Constitutional Amendment? 
 A. a. Fourth Amendment 
 
 B. b. Fifth Amendment 
 
 C. c. Sixth Amendment 
 
 D. d. Eighth Amendment 



Answer Key: B
Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points

Suspects are guaranteed a right to legal counsel in the __________ to the U.S. Constitution? 
 A. a. Fourth Amendment 
 
 B. b. Fifth Amendment 
 
 C. c. Sixth Amendment 
 
 D. d. Eighth Amendment 



Answer Key: C
Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points

Which statement is true regarding local police departments? 
 A. a. They have arresting power. 
 
 B. b. There are more of them than any other type of law enforcement agency. 
 
 C. c. They employ the largest number of law enforcement officers. 
 
 D. d. all of the above 



Answer Key: D
Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points

The __________ perspective involves the systematic study of mental and emotional factors of the police personality. 
 A. a. psychological 
 
 B. b. sociological 
 
 C. c. anthropological 
 
 D. d. subculture 



Answer Key: A
Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points

Muir classified four types of police officers. Which of the following best defines the "enforcer?" 
 A. a. tends to be cynical and is coercion-oriented 
 
 B. b. is sympathetic toward citizens and has difficulty being coercive 
 
 C. c. has an integrated sense of coercion and follows rule of law 
 
 D. d. has little sympathy and avoids being coercive 



Answer Key: A
Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following is the idea that police officers view situations and people differently from other segments of the population? 
 A. a. worldview 
 
 B. b. ethos 
 
 C. c. themes 
 
 D. d. postulates 



Answer Key: A
Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points

Character, disposition, or basic values specific to a particular culture or subculture is known as: 
 A. a. theme. 
 
 B. b. postulate. 
 
 C. c. autonomy. 
 
 D. d. ethos. 



Answer Key: D
Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following factors contribute to the development of the "code of silence?" 
 A. a. potential for error in job performance 
 
 B. b. fear of loss of autonomy 
 
 C. c. protection of co-workers 
 
 D. d. all of the above 



Answer Key: D
Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following is a statement of belief held by a culture that reflects its basic orientations? 
 A. a. worldview 
 
 B. b. ethos 
 
 C. c. themes 
 
 D. d. postulates 



Answer Key: D
Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes the Christopher Commission's findings after the beating of motorist Rodney King? 
 A. a. Very few LAPD officers engage in illegal use of force. 
 
 B. b. A significant number of LAPD officers repetitively misuse force. 
 
 C. c. The LAPD culture emphasizes crime prevention. 
 
 D. d. The LAPD officers view citizens with respect. 



Answer Key: B
Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following statements about policing is true? 
 A. a. The police function was vested with the military during earlier times. 
 
 B. b. Policing has been linked to the development of political organization and control of citizens and resources. 
 
 C. c. Successful Egyptian dynasties established some form of police force to protect domestic tranquility. 
 
 D. d. all of the above 



Answer Key: D
Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points

Henry Fielding made which of the following contributions to policing? 
 A. a. He organized the Bow Street Runners. 
 
 B. b. He established a school for police officers. 
 
 C. c. He enacted legislation creating the London police. 
 
 D. d. He drafted a police bill of rights. 



Answer Key: A
Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes Patrick Colquhoun's approach to solving the crime problem in London? 
 A. a. He wanted to eliminate those who were biologically predisposed to criminal behavior. 
 
 B. b. He wanted to eliminate social problems. 
 
 C. c. He wanted to implement a government police force. 
 
 D. d. He wanted to create more laws, police officers, and prisons. 



Answer Key: B
Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points

The London police force was not armed and was successful at reducing crime and making citizens feel safe. What was the reason for this success? 
 A. a. The officers carried guns without the knowledge of their supervisors. 
 
 B. b. The professional principles of policing were followed. 
 
 C. c. Would-be criminals were afraid of the nightsticks officers carried. 
 
 D. d. Policymaking was decentralized and officers were given great autonomy. 



Answer Key: B
Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points

Many southern police departments began as: 
 A. a. slave patrols. 
 
 B. b. night watches. 
 
 C. c. day watches. 
 
 D. d. organized, structured police departments. 



Answer Key: A
Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following factors contributed to the shift toward the community relations phase of policing? 
 A. a. ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment 
 
 B. b. The Depression 
 
 C. c. Prohibition 
 
 D. d. civil disturbances of the 1960s 



Answer Key: D
Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points

When did the Watts Riots occur in Los Angeles? 
 A. a. 1843 
 
 B. b. 1930 
 
 C. c. 1965 
 
 D. d. 1993 



Answer Key: C


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Do you still need quiz 5? I have it, just finished it if anyone needs it.

CMRJ302 Quiz 5

Part 1 of 1 -    100.0 Points

Question 1 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a benefit of good police-community relations?

A. a. greater cooperation and harmony   

B. b. a decrease in the rate of crime   

C. c. more people interested in policing careers   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 2 of 20    5.0 Points
Which statement is true regarding how age impacts perceptions of the police?

A. a. Young people have the most positive view of police.   
   

B. b. Older persons have the most positive view of police.   

C. c. The middle aged have the most positive view of police.   

D. d. There are no differences by age and perceptions of police.   


Answer Key: B
Question 3 of 20    5.0 Points
Individual-level attributes affect how people perceive the police. Which of the following is INCORRECT regarding how individuals perceive the police?

A. a. Older persons tend to view the police more positively than do younger persons.   

B. b. Persons from a lower socioeconomic background are less likely to view the police positively.   
   

C. c. Individuals who have been victims of crime tend to view the police less positively than those who have not been victims.   

D. d. Gender has little impact on how people view the police.   


Answer Key: C
Question 4 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is true regarding age and perceptions of the police?

A. a. Younger persons are resistant to and less respectful of authority figures.   

B. b. Younger persons tend to have more negative contacts with the police.   

C. c. Older persons are more vulnerable to crime and victimization.   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 5 of 20    5.0 Points
There is a general consensus that whites tend to view the police more positively than minorities. Which of the following factors affect these attitudes?
   

A. a. Minorities are victimized more than whites.   

B. b. Officers frequently treat minority citizens differently than white citizens.   

C. c. White offenders are more consistently apprehended as compared to minority offenders.   

D. d. both a and b   


Answer Key: D
Question 6 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is INCORRECT regarding Hispanic perceptions and attitudes about police?

A. a. They feel less safe concerning crime in comparison to the general population.   

B. b. They feel that they receive less than adequate protection from the police.   

C. c. They generally evaluate the police lower than the general population.   
   

D. d. They believe the police are capable of reducing the incidence of crime in their neighborhoods.   


Answer Key: D
Question 7 of 20    5.0 Points
Efforts to identify and manage the conditions within the social and physical environment that provide opportunities or precipitate crime represents what type of crime prevention program?
   

A. a. primary   

B. b. secondary   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: A
Question 8 of 20    5.0 Points
Which type of crime prevention focuses on persons and the community in an effort to identify potential criminals and high-crime areas?

A. a. primary   
   

B. b. secondary   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: B
Question 9 of 20    5.0 Points
Which type of crime prevention focuses on individuals who have committed criminal acts?

A. a. primary   

B. b. secondary   
   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: C
Question 10 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following best defines "defensible space?"
   

A. a. The reduction of crime can be accomplished by maintaining the physical condition of a neighborhood.   

B. b. Increased police presence in a neighborhood can decrease crime.   

C. c. Physical changes made to inhibit or control the flow of people into or out of an area.   

D. d. Physical changes that increase the probability that residents will observe offenders.   


Answer Key: A
Question 11 of 20    5.0 Points
Newman developed the concept of crime prevention through:
   

A. a. environmental design.   

B. b. random patrol.   

C. c. high visibility.   

D. d. rapid response.   


Answer Key: A
Question 12 of 20    5.0 Points
Environmental design activities to prevent crime fall into several categories. Which of the following is NOT one of those categories?

A. a. access control   

B. b. surveillance   

C. c. support and motivation reinforcement   
   

D. d. masking   


Answer Key: D
Question 13 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is best described as "physical changes that increase the probability that offenders are observed by residents?"

A. a. activity support   

B. b. motivation reinforcement   
   

C. c. surveillance   

D. d. access control   


Answer Key: C
Question 14 of 20    5.0 Points
The purpose of the "Taking a Bite Out of Crime" program was to:

A. a. educate the public about criminal justice.   

B. b. generate feelings of responsibility.   

C. c. develop cooperation between the police and the public.   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 15 of 20    5.0 Points
What percentage of America's 200 largest cities has juvenile curfews?

A. a. 25 percent   

B. b. 46 percent   

C. c. 51 percent   
   

D. d. 73 percent   


Answer Key: D
Question 16 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is NOT true about private security?

A. a. It is a significant force in public security and saftey.   

B. b. More is spent on private security than public police.   
   

C. c. Public police departments employ larger numbers of personnel.   

D. d. Private security continues to grow.   


Answer Key: C
Question 17 of 20    5.0 Points
Community-oriented policing evolved as a strategy for a number of reasons. Which of the following is NOT one of the antecedents for community-oriented policing?

A. a. the increase in citizen fear of crime that began to dominate public policy formulation in the 1980s   

B. b. the desire of police departments to rectify problems in minority communities   
   

C. c. team policing experiments of the 1970s   

D. d. police-community relations programs of the 1950s and 1960s   


Answer Key: B
Question 18 of 20    5.0 Points
Cordner identified several major dimensions that occur when community policing is implemented. Which of the following is NOT one of those dimensions?

A. a. philosophical   
   

B. b. problematic   

C. c. strategic   

D. d. programmatic   


Answer Key: B
Question 19 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a core idea of community policing?

A. a. broad police function   

B. b. citizen input   

C. c. neighborhood variation   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 20 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a key element in problem solving?

A. a. problems must be defined   

B. b. information concerning problems must be collected   

C. c. police must search for problem solutions   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D


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Anybody have the quizzes for CMRJ303


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Question 1 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Social contract describes the relationship between which of the following? 
 A. citizens and police 
 
 B. government and police 
 
 C. government and citizens 
 
 D. the Constitution and citizens 



Answer Key: C
Question 2 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following must be balanced under a democratic system of government? 
 A. rights of individuals and the collective needs of members of society 
 
 B. individual rights and needs of police officers 
 
 C. rights of government and individual rights 
 
 D. rights of state government and collective needs of members of society 



Answer Key: A
Question 3 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which Amendment guarantees a suspect the right to legal counsel? 
 A. Fourth Amendment 
 
 B. Eighth Amendment 
 
 C. Fifth Amendment 
 
 D. Sixth Amendment 



Answer Key: D
Question 4 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

The police fall under which branch of government? 
 A. Judicial 
 
 B. Executive 
 
 C. Legislative 
 
 D. Military 



Answer Key: B
Question 5 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

The watchman style of policing emphasizes: 
 A. The provision of services 
 
 B. Order maintenance and crime control 
 
 C. Limited use of discretion 
 
 D. All of the above 



Answer Key: B
Question 6 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

The ------- style of policing implements the criminal justice process as frequently as possible and offenders, regardless of their circumstances or the severity of their offense, seldom escape sanction. 
 A. Community-oriented 
 
 B. Service 
 
 C. Watchman 
 
 D. Legalistic 



Answer Key: D
Question 7 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Modern policing has gone through a number of phases. Which of the following is NOT one of those phases? 
 A. Political entrenchment phase 
 
 B. Expansion phase 
 
 C. Reform phase 
 
 D. Professionalization phase 



Answer Key: B
Question 8 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points

Which era of modern policing is characterized by extensive corruption that overshadowed the social service efforts of police during this time period? 
 A. political entrenchment phase 
 
 B. reform phase 
 
 C. profession phase 
 
 D. expansion phase 



Answer Key: A
Question 9 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following was provided by the Pendleton Act? 
 A. It offered civil service coverage to public employees 
 
 B. It outlawed the possession, manufacture, and sale of alcohol 
 
 C. It protected minorities from discrimination by police departments 
 
 D. It established a fund for the families of slain police services 



Answer Key: A
Question 10 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following was enacted by the Volstead Act? 
 A. Police reform 
 
 B. Civil service 
 
 C. Organizational changes 
 
 D. Prohibition 



Answer Key: D
Question 11 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Considered to be the very first state police organization. 
 A. Texas Rangers 
 
 B. Pennsylvania State Police 
 
 C. Massachusetts State Police 
 
 D. New York State Police 



Answer Key: A
Question 12 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

The professional phase of policing produced a more efficient police organization that was devoted to 
 A. criminal apprehension 
 
 B. community policing 
 
 C. technological policing 
 
 D. crime fighting 



Answer Key: A
Question 13 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

The perspective involves the systematic study of mental and emotional factors of the police personality. 
 A. psychological 
 
 B. sociological 
 
 C. anthropological 
 
 D. cultural 



Answer Key: A
Question 14 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points

A model assumes that police officers bring their own unique characteristics to the profession. 
 A. professionalization 
 
 B. socialization 
 
 C. predispositional 
 
 D. cultural 



Answer Key: C
Question 15 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is the process by which norms and values are internalized as workers begin to learn their new occupation? 
 A. socialization 
 
 B. culturalization 
 
 C. institutionalizatio
 
 D. professionalization 



Answer Key: D
Question 16 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is NOT one of Coate's typology of police officers? 
 A. legalistic-abusive 
 
 B. task 
 
 C. community service 
 
 D. problem solver 



Answer Key: D
Question 17 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is the idea that police officers view situations and people differently from other segments of the population? 
 A. ethos 
 
 B. themes 
 
 C. worldview 
 
 D. postulates 



Answer Key: C
Question 18 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Who are the gatekeepers of the criminal justice system? 
 A. police 
 
 B. courts 
 
 C. corrections 
 
 D. probation 



Answer Key: A
Question 19 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Some police organizations have emphasized the bravery and danger elements of policing to such an extent that they have created an environment conducive to 
 A. citizen victimization 
 
 B. off duty shootings 
 
 C. civil litigation 
 
 D. criminal allegations 



Answer Key: A
Question 20 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes the Christopher Commission's findings after the beating of motorist Rodney King? 
 A. Very few LAPD officers engaged in illegal use force 
 
 B. A significant number of LAPD officers repetitively misused force 
 
 C. The LAPD culture emphasized crime prevention 
 
 D. The LAPD officers viewed citizens with respect 



Answer Key: B


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AMU CMRJ 302 Quiz 3

Question 1 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which screening process is recommended for achieving the best pool of applicants?  
 A. screening in  
  
 B. screening out  
  
 C. lateral screening  
  
 D. vertical screening  



Answer Key: A
Question 2 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination in employment based on all of the following EXCEPT:  
 A. religion  
  
 B. sex  
  
 C. race  
  
 D. age  



Answer Key: D
Question 3 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following most accurately describes the court's likely reaction when it has determined that a police department has discriminated against groups or classes in hiring practices?  
 A. It will likely demand a settlement to the plaintiff, but not require changes in hiring practices.  
  
 B. It will likely strike down some of the department's promotion practices, but not hiring practices.  
  
 C. It will likely strike down some or all of the department's hiring practices  
  
 D. It will likely call for the chief to be fired.  



Answer Key: C
Question 4 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes disparate rejection?  
 A. It applies to groups when the employer adopts a policy that excludes members of a minority.  
  
 B. It applies to groups and is commonly referred to as the 80 percent rule.  
  
 C. It applies to groups and consists of a practice where the courts compare the percentage of minority employees with the percentage of minorities in the community.  
  
 D. It applies to individuals and consists of a policy by which a qualified minority applies for an advertised position and is rejected.  



Answer Key: B
Question 5 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is true regarding Griggs v. Duke Power Co.?  
 A. The Court found that it did not matter if discrimination was intentional or unintentional.  
  
 B. The Court found that once it established the existence of discrimination, the burden of proof fell upon the plaintiff to prove that the selection process was discriminatory.  
  
 C. There could be NO differences in hiring rates, even if the hiring practices were related to job performance.  
  
 D. All of the above  



Answer Key: A
Question 6 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which city employed the first African-American police officer in the United States?  
 A. Albany, New York  
  
 B. Boston, Massachusetts  
  
 C. New York City, New York  
  
 D. Washington, D.C.  



Answer Key: D
Question 7 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

In 2003, racial and ethnic minorities comprised what percentage of full-time sworn personnel?  
 A. 2.7%  
  
 B. Less than 1%  
  
 C. 22%  
  
 D. 25%  



Answer Key: C
Question 8 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following are the two broad categories of explanations for the lack of minority representation in law enforcement agencies?  
 A. Institutional barriers and educational standards  
  
 B. Institutional barriers and personal preference  
  
 C. Personal preference and education standards  
  
 D. Personal preference and residency requirements  



Answer Key: B
Question 9 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is a type of "institutional barrier" that dissuades minorities form seeking employment?  
 A. Complicated applications  
  
 B. Multistage selection process  
  
 C. The department's image regarding minorities  
  
 D. all of the above  



Answer Key: D
Question 10 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

This refers to minorities' lack of interest in law enforcement as a career choice.  
 A. institutional barriers  
  
 B. personal preferences  
  
 C. educational standards  
  
 D. residency requirements  



Answer Key: B
Question 11 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Why has policing been such a male-dominated vocation?  
 A. Women have always preferred to stay at home and care for children  
  
 B. Smaller size limits the duties women can perform  
  
 C. Males have been the powerholders in society  
  
 D. Women were believed too emotional for police work.  



Answer Key: C
Question 12 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

In 1998, the International Association of Chiefs of Police surveyed 800 of its members and found what percent expressed a concern that women lacked "sufficient physical strength, capacity for confrontation, size, strength, and force" to be effective police officers.  
 A. 28%  
  
 B. 25%  
  
 C. 4%  
  
 D. 2%  



Answer Key: A
Question 13 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is true regarding the first female police officer in the United States?  
 A. She quickly rose up the ranks to become chief of her department.  
  
 B. She was responsible for investigating serious violent crimes  
  
 C. She was responsible for enforcing laws in skating rinks.  
  
 D. She was hired in 1890.  



Answer Key: C
Question 14 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Women account for what percentage of all municipal police officers in the United States?  
 A. 45%  
  
 B. 50%  
  
 C. 10%  
  
 D. 8%  



Answer Key: D
Question 15 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

This type of sexual harassment exists when there is a tangible economic detriment as a result of a refusal to succumb to sexual advances.  
 A. Quid pro quo  
  
 B. Hostile work environment  
  
 C. Economic detriment  
  
 D. Quid pro duo  



Answer Key: A
Question 16 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best defines police "recruitment?"  
 A. The development of a pool of sufficiently qualified applicants.  
  
 B. The development of a pool of minimally qualified applicants.  
  
 C. The development of a pool of exceedingly qualified applicants.  
  
 D. The process of transferring officers from other departments.  



Answer Key: A
Question 17 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Davis v. Dallas (1985) dealt with which recruitment standard?  
 A. Physical agility  
  
 B. Residency  
  
 C. Vision  
  
 D. Education  



Answer Key: D
Question 18 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

In Thomas v. City of Evanston (1985), the Supreme Court determined that in order for physical agility tests in law enforcement to be acceptable, the tests must:  
 A. Represent the content of the job  
  
 B. Be based on job analysis  
  
 C. Be equally challenging for both genders  
  
 D. Both a and b  



Answer Key: D
Question 19 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

When a department develops a drug usage policy regarding recruits, which of the following should be considered?  
 A. Recency of usage  
  
 B. Patterns of frequency of usage  
  
 C. Types of drugs used  
  
 D. All of the above  



Answer Key: D
Question 20 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

In Hild v. Bruner (1980), the Court made which of the following rulings?  
 A. It found a police department negligent for failing to provide firearm training for its recruits.  
  
 B. It found a police department negligent for not performing a psychological assessment of its applicants.  
  
 C. It found a police department negligent for not performing a polygraph examination on its applicants.  
  
 D. It found that police departments could not have height requirements because they discriminate against females and certain minorities.  



Answer Key: B


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Question 1 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

__________ are developed through the process of socialization.Corre ct  
 A. personal values  
  
 B. professional code of ethics  
  
 C. social norms  
  
 D. ethics  



Answer Key: A
Question 2 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best defines "the illegal use of organizational power for personal gain"?  
 A. deviance  
Correct  
 B. corruption  
  
 C. crime  
  
 D. misconduct  



Answer Key: B
Question 3 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

What differentiates police crime from crimes committed by police officers? conduct.Correct  
 A. Police crime involves the officer's use of official powers to engage in criminal  
  
 B. Police crime is always committed while on duty.  
  
 C. Police crime takes place in patrol cars.  
  
 D. All crimes committed by police officers are police crimes.  



Answer Key: A
Question 4 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes bribery? give something of value. something.Incorrect  
 A. It is officer initiated and includes the threat of arrest if the offender does not  
  
 B. It is citizen initiated and includes an offer to have an officer do or not do  
  
 C. It is officer initiated and includes the promise of increased patrol.  
  
 D. It is citizen initiate and is merely a gesture of appreciation.  



Answer Key: B
Question 5 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

When a citizen offers a police officer something of value to influence the officers' performance of duty, this conduct is called:  
 A. extortion  
Correct  
 B. bribery  
  
 C. corruption  
  
 D. gratuity  



Answer Key: B
Question 6 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Narcotics trafficking offers police officer the potential to make a significant amount of money by merely  
 A. initiating drug deals  
Correct  
 B. turning their heads  
  
 C. extorting informants  
  
 D. growing marijuana  



Answer Key: B
Question 7 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Sherman suggests that police organizations can be classified into several types according to the level of corruption in the department. Which of the following is best described as "agencies with individual officers who use their position for personal gain?"Correct  
 A. rotten apples and rotten pockets  
  
 B. pervasive unorganized  
  
 C. pervasive organized  
  
 D. grass-eaters and meat-eaters  



Answer Key: A
Question 8 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is best defined as "when an officer violates the norms or rules of conduct expected of a member of the police profession?"  
 A. corruption  
  
 B. bribery  
Correct  
 C. deviant behavior  
  
 D. extortion  



Answer Key: C
Question 9 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is a form of "gratuities?"  
 A. a bribe for "looking the other way"  
  
 B. a police officer demanding payment to "look the other way"  
Correct  
 C. free coffee, food, or other items  
  
 D. failing to write a citation when the officer knows the driver  



Answer Key: C
Question 10 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes a strict liability tort? that a reasonable person can be substantially certain injury of damage will result.Correct  
 A. Strict tort liability is normally associated with behaviors that are so dangerous  
  
 B. The person intended to engage in the conduct that led to the injury or damage.  
  
 C. Strict tort liability involves the inadvertent behavior that results in damage or injury.  
  
 D. Strict liability is a violation of federally protected civil rights.  



Answer Key: A
Question 11 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is NOT an intentional tort?  
 A. assault  
  
 B. false arrest  
Correct  
 C. failure to protect  
  
 D. wrongful death  



Answer Key: C
Question 12 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points

In which type of tort must the plaintiff prove that the police officer intended to engage in conduct that led to the injury or damage?Incorrect  
 A. strict liability  
  
 B. comparative  
  
 C. intentional  
  
 D. contributory  



Answer Key: C
Question 13 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following is a common form of intentional tort action filed against police officers?  
 A. wrongful death  
  
 B. false arrest  
  
 C. false imprisonment  
Correct  
 D. all of the above  



Answer Key: D
Question 14 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes behavior that inflicts injury or causes a person to fear the infliction of immediate injury?  
 A. deadly force  
Correct  
 B. assault  
  
 C. battery  
  
 D. intentional force  



Answer Key: B
Question 15 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes behavior that is offensive or harmful contact between two persons?  
 A. deadly force  
  
 B. assault  
Correct  
 C. battery  
  
 D. intentional force  



Answer Key: C
Question 16 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes injury or damage that is determined by asking the question "but for the officer's conduct, would the plaintiff have sustained the injury or damage?"Correct  
 A. proximate cause  
  
 B. negligence  
  
 C. intentional tort  
  
 D. damage or injury  



Answer Key: A
Question 17 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which of the following best describes the Supreme Court's ruling in Tennessee v. Garner?Correct  
 A. Certain state "fleeing felon" laws were unconstitutional.  
  
 B. Police could use deadly force to a stop fleeing murderer, but no other felons.  
  
 C. All "fleeing-felon" laws were unconstitutional.  
  
 D. Police could use deadly force in any situation the officer deems necessary.  



Answer Key: A
Question 18 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

Which form of negligence may occur if a police officer fails to take adequate actions to protect a person from a known or foreseeable danger?  
 A. negligent operation of emergency vehicles  
Correct  
 B. negligent failure to protect  
  
 C. negligent failure to render assistance  
  
 D. negligent police supervision and direction  



Answer Key: B
Question 19 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

When an officer can show that the plaintiff was also negligent in causing the damage or injury, the officer will not be held liable for the damage or injury refers to which of the following?  
 A. comparative negligence  
  
 B. assumption of risk  
  
 C. negligent entrustment and assignment  
Correct  
 D. contributory negligence  



Answer Key: D
Question 20 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points

How can officers and departments reduce the potential for liability?  
 A. know the law of liability  
  
 B. read and follow department rules and regulations  
  
 C. keep adequate records  
Correct  
 D. all of the above  



Answer Key: D


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Awesome! What other AMU CJ classes do you have?

Do you still need quiz 5? I have it, just finished it if anyone needs it.

CMRJ302 Quiz 5

Part 1 of 1 -    100.0 Points

Question 1 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a benefit of good police-community relations?

A. a. greater cooperation and harmony   

B. b. a decrease in the rate of crime   

C. c. more people interested in policing careers   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 2 of 20    5.0 Points
Which statement is true regarding how age impacts perceptions of the police?

A. a. Young people have the most positive view of police.   
   

B. b. Older persons have the most positive view of police.   

C. c. The middle aged have the most positive view of police.   

D. d. There are no differences by age and perceptions of police.   


Answer Key: B
Question 3 of 20    5.0 Points
Individual-level attributes affect how people perceive the police. Which of the following is INCORRECT regarding how individuals perceive the police?

A. a. Older persons tend to view the police more positively than do younger persons.   

B. b. Persons from a lower socioeconomic background are less likely to view the police positively.   
   

C. c. Individuals who have been victims of crime tend to view the police less positively than those who have not been victims.   

D. d. Gender has little impact on how people view the police.   


Answer Key: C
Question 4 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is true regarding age and perceptions of the police?

A. a. Younger persons are resistant to and less respectful of authority figures.   

B. b. Younger persons tend to have more negative contacts with the police.   

C. c. Older persons are more vulnerable to crime and victimization.   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 5 of 20    5.0 Points
There is a general consensus that whites tend to view the police more positively than minorities. Which of the following factors affect these attitudes?
   

A. a. Minorities are victimized more than whites.   

B. b. Officers frequently treat minority citizens differently than white citizens.   

C. c. White offenders are more consistently apprehended as compared to minority offenders.   

D. d. both a and b   


Answer Key: D
Question 6 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is INCORRECT regarding Hispanic perceptions and attitudes about police?

A. a. They feel less safe concerning crime in comparison to the general population.   

B. b. They feel that they receive less than adequate protection from the police.   

C. c. They generally evaluate the police lower than the general population.   
   

D. d. They believe the police are capable of reducing the incidence of crime in their neighborhoods.   


Answer Key: D
Question 7 of 20    5.0 Points
Efforts to identify and manage the conditions within the social and physical environment that provide opportunities or precipitate crime represents what type of crime prevention program?
   

A. a. primary   

B. b. secondary   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: A
Question 8 of 20    5.0 Points
Which type of crime prevention focuses on persons and the community in an effort to identify potential criminals and high-crime areas?

A. a. primary   
   

B. b. secondary   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: B
Question 9 of 20    5.0 Points
Which type of crime prevention focuses on individuals who have committed criminal acts?

A. a. primary   

B. b. secondary   
   

C. c. tertiary   

D. d. encompassing   


Answer Key: C
Question 10 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following best defines "defensible space?"
   

A. a. The reduction of crime can be accomplished by maintaining the physical condition of a neighborhood.   

B. b. Increased police presence in a neighborhood can decrease crime.   

C. c. Physical changes made to inhibit or control the flow of people into or out of an area.   

D. d. Physical changes that increase the probability that residents will observe offenders.   


Answer Key: A
Question 11 of 20    5.0 Points
Newman developed the concept of crime prevention through:
   

A. a. environmental design.   

B. b. random patrol.   

C. c. high visibility.   

D. d. rapid response.   


Answer Key: A
Question 12 of 20    5.0 Points
Environmental design activities to prevent crime fall into several categories. Which of the following is NOT one of those categories?

A. a. access control   

B. b. surveillance   

C. c. support and motivation reinforcement   
   

D. d. masking   


Answer Key: D
Question 13 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is best described as "physical changes that increase the probability that offenders are observed by residents?"

A. a. activity support   

B. b. motivation reinforcement   
   

C. c. surveillance   

D. d. access control   


Answer Key: C
Question 14 of 20    5.0 Points
The purpose of the "Taking a Bite Out of Crime" program was to:

A. a. educate the public about criminal justice.   

B. b. generate feelings of responsibility.   

C. c. develop cooperation between the police and the public.   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 15 of 20    5.0 Points
What percentage of America's 200 largest cities has juvenile curfews?

A. a. 25 percent   

B. b. 46 percent   

C. c. 51 percent   
   

D. d. 73 percent   


Answer Key: D
Question 16 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is NOT true about private security?

A. a. It is a significant force in public security and saftey.   

B. b. More is spent on private security than public police.   
   

C. c. Public police departments employ larger numbers of personnel.   

D. d. Private security continues to grow.   


Answer Key: C
Question 17 of 20    5.0 Points
Community-oriented policing evolved as a strategy for a number of reasons. Which of the following is NOT one of the antecedents for community-oriented policing?

A. a. the increase in citizen fear of crime that began to dominate public policy formulation in the 1980s   

B. b. the desire of police departments to rectify problems in minority communities   
   

C. c. team policing experiments of the 1970s   

D. d. police-community relations programs of the 1950s and 1960s   


Answer Key: B
Question 18 of 20    5.0 Points
Cordner identified several major dimensions that occur when community policing is implemented. Which of the following is NOT one of those dimensions?

A. a. philosophical   
   

B. b. problematic   

C. c. strategic   

D. d. programmatic   


Answer Key: B
Question 19 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a core idea of community policing?

A. a. broad police function   

B. b. citizen input   

C. c. neighborhood variation   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D
Question 20 of 20    5.0 Points
Which of the following is a key element in problem solving?

A. a. problems must be defined   

B. b. information concerning problems must be collected   

C. c. police must search for problem solutions   
   

D. d. all of the above   


Answer Key: D



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