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Criminal Justice Chapter 5 Quiz
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The first publicly funded city police departments were
slave patrols created to keep slaves from rebelling or running away.
In the frankpledge system, the power to police a given area was placed on
the families living in that community.
The New York City police of the 1800s differed from the English bobbies on which they were based because they gained their legitimacy
by being of the people, usually of the same ethnic background.
Which of the following is true of the professional era of policing in the United States?
Training of officers grew much more systematic.
The community policing era
saw a shift toward proactive rather than reactive police work.
serve summons and subpoenas in their court-related functions.
Which part of the Department of Justice is charged with defending the United States against terrorism and foreign intelligence threats?
The problem of fragmentation results from
the historic approach of localized policing.
The "siege mentality" of some police departments
sets the police in an "us against them" attitude.
Which of the following is true of modern police training?
Adult learning is rapidly replacing the traditional lecture form of academy instruction.
A police organizational subculture is particular to
an individual department.
The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution should lead all police officers to
treat all individuals equally.
Generally those police who commit a misuse of authority
believe that it was in the service of a noble cause.
Early warning systems
use data gathered on all law enforcement incidents to identify patterns of misuse of authority.
Which of the following is true of private security forces?
Their dramatic growth is partly a result of offering wider range of services than public law enforcement.
the wedding cake of model of justice
What are the 4 key components of the police subculture?
5 acceptable uses of force in prison
What type of theory is Bandura's theory?
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