5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Why do most police departments follow a bureaucratic organizational structure?
- What effect do education, age, and experience level have on police behavior and decision- making?
- How does an officer's beat affect his policing behavior and decision making?
- What is one of the advantages associated with the use of discretion in law enforcement?
- According to the text, why are young people more likely to be arrested than elderly people?
- a Officers with smaller beats typically have a more service-style approach
- b Creates job satisfaction
- c Young people tend to disrespect police more, which leads to a reciprocal behavior by police arrest
- d To direct and control employee behavior
- e Neither A nor B are correct
5 Multiple choice questions
- A person whom a police officer thinks is potentially dangerous, such as someone who seems suspicious
- Both A and B are correct;
a) How to intervene on a situation
b) Whether or not to intervene on a situation
- Particularity perspective
- Police behavior is dictated by their position in the impossible situation of ensuring public order and protecting individual rights
- The sense of obligation and protectiveness that develops in officers' routine patrol areas
5 True/False questions
What does the expression, "Policing by the letter of the law" mean? → A person whom a police officer thinks is potentially dangerous, such as someone who seems suspicious
Which of the following statements is correct? → The sense of obligation and protectiveness that develops in officers' routine patrol areas
Which of the following styles is chiefly concerned with achieving "order maintenance" through control of illegal and disruptive behavior? → The watchman style
Which of the following is one of the five attitudinal dimensions Worden used to explain difference between individual officers? → As the relational distance between two parties increases, arrest is more likely
What is a characteristic of women who are least likely to be arrested? → Ladylike behavior