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CCJ1020 Chapter 06: Quiz: Policing: Issues and Challenges

Intro to Criminal Justice, CCJ1020 by Frank Schmalleger, 9th Ed.
Which of the following is not a prominent private security firm?
Private security personnel differ from public police in that
they secure private interests.
Private security personnel
protect lives and private property.
Independent or proprietary commercial organizations that provide protective services to employers on a contractual basis are known as
private protective services.
The Hallcrest Report II provides the results of an analysis of what type of law enforcement agency?
private security
In 2004, the International Association of Chiefs of Police found fault with America's homeland security strategy because it
was developed without seeking the advice of local public safety organizations.
__________ is the collection and analysis of information to produce an intelligence end product designed to inform the police decision making at both the tactical and strategic levels.
Intelligence-led policing
Since September 11, the need to share ________ across jurisdictions has become apparent.
criminal intelligence
Which of the following is not a reason for the rapid growth of the private security industry?
public law enforcement agencies requesting the help of private security
Which of the following U.S. Supreme Court cases specified the conditions under which deadly force could be used to apprehend a suspected felon?
Tennessee v. Garner
What division in a police department investigates charges that officers are guilty of wrongdoing?
internal affairs
Historically, officers were allowed to use deadly force to prevent the escape of a suspected felon. This was known as the
"Fleeing Felon Rule."
Which Supreme Court case is not directly relevant to police civil liability issues?
Maurice Turner v. Fraternal Order of Police
The pay of police officers
is going up, due to increased professionalism.
Police subculture is transmitted primarily
through informal socialization.
The "Rampart Scandal" arose out of corruption within the ________ Police Department.
Los Angeles
The research reported in Enhancing Police Integrity, published by the Department of Justice, found that a police department's ethical standards are most affected by
clearly understood and implemented policies and rules.
Who coined the phrase "working personality" of police officers?
Jerome Skolnick
Officers who have adopted the police working personality are often all of the following except
What is the meaning of the term grass eaters as a form of police corruption?
officers who accept small bribes and minor services from citizens
Which of the following is not a benefit of educated police officers?
better handgun skills
A recent study by the FBI found that most slain officers
were good-nature and well liked by the community and the department.
When a police officer arrests someone based on an improperly issued warrant,
the officer may be liable for monetary damages.
A ________ suit is based on an act passed by Congress in 1871 to ensure the civil rights of men and women of all races.
section 1983
The Peace Officer Standards and Training program is an example of
basic law enforcement training.
Which type of police corruption identified by the Knapp Commission involves the active seeking of illicit money-making opportunities by officers?
meat eating
Which of the following is true of better-educated police officers?
Educated officers will possess a heightened sensitivity to racial and ethnic issues.
According to the Status of Women in Policing Survey, about what percentage of U.S. law enforcement officers is female?
Barker and Carter describe acts of corruption that further the organizational goals of law enforcement as
abuse of authority.
What case supports drug testing of police officers based on reasonable suspicion that drug abuse is occurring?
Maurice Turner v. Fraternal Order of Police
What Supreme Court case banned random drug testing of police officers?
Philip Caruso, President of P.B.A. v. Benjamin Ward, Police Commissioner
A research project on female officers in Massachusetts found that female officers
are extremely devoted to their work.
The abuse of police authority for personal or organizational gain is called
police corruption.