1. (TCO 8) "Forensic science" encompasses all but which of the following?
2. (TCO 4) As the rank of an officer _________, the amount of discretion that he or she can employ normally ___________.
3. (TCO 7) Negligence arises when a police officer's conduct
4. (TCO 5) The proper design and effective use of the environment in order to reduce the fear and incidence of crime is called
5. (TCO 3) The is used by more than 90% of all police agencies’ selection processes
6. (TCO 6) "Probable cause" can be said to mean that a police officer possesses
7. (TCO 2) Comparing accredited and non-accredited police agencies, one study found that accredited agencies:
8. (TCO 5) The problem solving process, known as S.A.R.A, stands for
9. (TCO 2) Today the top three priorities of the FBI are to protect the nation from
10. (TCO 1) A "hue and cry" raised by the constable would
1. (TCO 1) Evaluate and discuss Sir Robert Peel's principles of policing.
2. (TCO 3) List and evaluate the stages of the "ideal" police hiring process; include all the steps in this process and the major goals of each.
3. (TCO 2) Describe and analyze the role of the first-line supervisor, and why it is felt by many to be the most difficult rank in the police hierarchy
4. (TCO 6) Explain the major legal/philosophical differences in adult and juvenile law. How do these combine to affect the manner in which police must deal with juvenile suspects/offenders?
5. (TCO 4) Evaluate and analyze the factors that influence an officer’s use of discretion.
6. (TCO 5) Assess and discuss the criteria needed for Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) to be successful.
7. (TCO 8) Synthesize the types of physical evidence police might find at a crime scene. Analyze the types of information that physical evidence can provide
8. (TCO 7) Distinguish between the linear and the circular use-of-force continuums, and the advantages of the latter