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CJE Final Study

CJE FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE

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In general police use force and pain for what reason? To gain compliance
Which of the following is a type of deadly weapon? A) Car B) Baseball Bat C) Gun D) Chair All of the above
T/F The ASP Baton be used as a deadly weapon/force? TRUE
While using force on a suspect, why is it important to be verbal towards the suspect? It makes the officer breathe
All of the following are areas not to strike a suspect, except? a. neck c. head b. legs d. spine Legs
What is the legal standard needed to arrest a person? Probable cause
Which of the following is a legal document that is issued by a judge or magistrate, and includes statements from an officer that set out the basis for an arrest? Arrest Warrant
What facts are included in an arrest warrant? It…a. identifies the crime committed c. identifies the suspect by name b. tells the location of the crime d. all of the above are included d. all of the above are included
T/F While handcuffing a suspect, the officer should be in a position of advantage. This means that the officer is behind the suspect with the suspects feet spread wide. TRUE
T/F Always double lock the handcuffs before transporting a suspect. TRUE
Why would you search someone that you have just arrested? a. officer safety b. you have to because the 6th Amendment says officers will search suspects. c. prevents contraband from entering jails. d. both a & c a. officer safety c. prevents contraband from entering jails.
Which of the following is the correct order of the Use of Force model. officer presence, verbal commands, soft physical techniques, hard physical techniques, intermediate weapons and deadly force.
The "reasonable suspicion" required by Terry v. Ohio requires: specific articulable facts indicating criminal activity is afoot
Based on reasonable suspicion, an officer may: detain a person in the field for a short time for questioning
A "pat-down" is permitted under Terry v. Ohio if the officer reasonably believes the person detained: is armed
If the defendant challenges the search warrant, the court will consider: facts in affidavit and sworn testimony before the judge at the time the warrant was issued
When officers make a search as authorized by a warrant, they must have: supervising officer present, a prosecutor's authorization, a copy of the search warrant in their possession
If no one is present when officers attempt to execute a search warrant: search may be conducted but a copy of the warrant must be left at the location
Knock notice" must be done by officers whenever: entering residential units
When officers have knocked and announced their presence, they may enter a house: after waiting long enough for cooperative occupants to answer the door
What should officers write on the "return" of the search warrant: inventory of items seized
How is probable cause determined when a warrant is sought? judge uses totality of circumstances test when assessing affidavits and any other sworn testimony provided at the time the warrant is sought
Which of the following would be considered stale information: information about observing evidence if it is no longer likely that the evidence is still where it was when last observed
If officers have a search warrant for stolen refrigerators believed to be hidden at a specific warehouse, search warehouse but may not look into file cabinets or desk drawers
John Doe" arrest warrants: may be used when the name of the person to be arrested is unknown but there are sufficient other identifying factors
A search warrant must identify the location to be searched by: giving address and other information identifying building
When a warrant is sought, who determines if probable cause has been established: judge
A document used in the application for a search warrant which contains facts and is made under oath or affirmation is called: affidavit
A search warrant must contain a description of: items officers are authorized to seize location where officers may search persons, if any, officers are permitted to search
If there is a warrant to search a house officers may search: only areas of house where it is possible to conceal items the warrant authorizes the officers to seize
An arrest warrant must identify the person to be arrested: identity of individual to be arrested must be given in sufficient detail so officers will be able to verify that they are arresting correct person
Which of the following are mandated by the Fourth Amendment for a search warrant: probable cause
An arrest warrant must identify the person to be arrested: identity of individual to be arrested must be given in sufficient detail so officers will be able to verify that they are arresting correct person
Which of the following are mandated by the Fourth Amendment for a search warrant: probable cause
Probable cause to arrest is defined as a group of facts that would cause a: reasonable person to believe it is more likely than not that the suspect committed a crime
A vehicle stopped based on P.C. that a traffic violation has occurred may be searched without if there is reasonable suspicion the vehicle contains weapons
The U. S. Supreme Court requires that officers obtain arrest warrants: arrest suspect in his/her home except in emergencies
What is an officer allowed to search incident to an arrest thorough search of person arrested and area under his/her immediate control
What are the 2 types of hand cuffs? Chain and Hindged
Police officers have the right to enter a residence to arrest a person who lives there: with an arrest warrant or a search warrant
The Plain View Doctrine applies Plain View Doctrine applies in ALL of the above situations
Once at item has been observed in plain view, an officer may seize it: only if the item is contraband (illegal under all circumstances)
Officers sought a search warrant for illegal guns and illegal drugs BUT the judge only issued a search warrant to seize illegal drugs. When officers arrived at the scene they observed illegal guns on a table in plain view. officers may not seize the guns but they can use the facts to obtain a new search warrant
The right to remain silent that is part of the “Miranda rights” applies to: all questioning after the suspect is arrested
Which of the following is not one of the three traditional ways we do police work in the U.S. A.retroactive investigation of past crimes by detectives B.routine random patrol C.proactive investigations D.rapid response to calls by citizens to 911 proactive investigations
It has commonly been believed in police administration that random routine patrol creates a sense of: omnipresence
It has commonly been believed in police administration that random routine patrol creates a sense of: omnipresence
The Kansas City Study occurred in: the l970's
The Kansas City Study indicated that adding or removing police random routine patrol: had no effect on crime
Which of the following is not one of the basic components of response time: time it takes for the perpetrator to flee the scene
The Rand study revealed that most of a detective's time was spent on: non-productive work
The single most important determinant of whether or not a case will be solved is the: information the victim supplies to the immediately responding patrol officer
It has now been discovered that most of what O.W. Wilson taught us about police patrol was: wrong, since he based his writings on faulty assumptions
Which of the following is not one of the benefits of replacing foot officers with motorized patrols: officers can remain close to the community
Foot patrol returned to our cities in the: mid-l980s
Which of the following does not occur when foot patrol is added in neighborhoods: crime decreases
Each precinct in the city has its own detective squad which investigates all crimes committed in the precinct. This is called decentralized system
The first police SWAT Team was founded in l964 in the city of ____________: Philadelphia
This alternative to random routine patrol involves officers receiving specific instructions on what duties to perform while not responding to calls: Directed Patrol
This alternative to random routine patrol and rapid response to calls to 911 involves one portion of the patrol force handling all calls dispatched to patrol units, while the other portion only performs directed patrol assignments: Split Force Patrol
This alternative to rapid response to calls for services involves matching the response to calls to 911 to the severity of the request: Differential Response to Calls for Services
Which of the following would be an example of a directed patrol assignment: Between l0 P.M. and l A.M. park at Oak and Wood Streets, prevent disorderly groups from gathering
Under differential response, which of the following should receive a priority response: report of two men fighting with knives report of screams for help report of an explosion in a shopping mall
The Managing Criminal Investigations program involves: Select the incorrect answer case screening solvability factors case enhancement alternative patrol techniques alternative patrol techniques
Programs concentrating investigative resources on career criminals are called: Repeat offender programs
A unit of uniformed officers who are relieved from routine patrol duties in order to concentrate on proactive crime control is called a: uniform tactical unit
Academic studies have indicated that aggressive patrol tactics such as field interrogations: can reduce crime rates can increase arrest rates can create problems with the community
Dressing as and playing the role of a potential crime victim is known as: decoy
A group of heavily armed officers lying in wait for an impending robbery is called a: stake out
The undercover practice of the police renting a storefront and buying stolen property and filming the transactions and then arresting the sellers is called: sting
Code enforcement teams consist of agents from several municipal agencies
Created by: amjones