(Solution) 14. The Territorial Jurisdiction In Which The Alleged Crime Happened. A. Venue B. Crime Scene C. Boundary D. Plain View 29. What Basic Lead Has A | Snapessays.com


(Solution) 14. The territorial jurisdiction in which the alleged crime happened. a. venue b. crime scene c. boundary d. plain view 29. What basic lead has a


14. The territorial jurisdiction in which the alleged crime happened.a. venue                   b. crime scene                       c. boundary                 d. plain view29. What basic lead has a high suggestibility factor?a. photos of known criminals shown to eyewitnesses as possible suspects       b. an injured suspect seeking aid at a hospital for an injury            c. description of the vehicle used in the crime            d. opportunity31. Mutual trust, compatibility, and ____________ are the usual factors determining crime partners.a. race           b. sex          c. skill/abilities         d. gender32. Which is most likely to be a surveillance activity?a. electronic eavesdropping              b. examination of subject/suspects garbage                 c. use of lineup          d. robot (automatic) cameras33. The public rejection of electronic eavesdropping most likely originates in _____________.a. a fear of disclosure of hidden crimes                b. aversion to an invasion of privacy          c. a lack of knowledge of electronics          d. the opinion that it is a useless34. The “core area” of police intelligence process is _____________.a. review             b. analysis—interpretation         c. dissemination        d. collection35. About _____________ of all law enforcement interviews are informal and take place outside of an office setting.a. 10%          b. 30%          c. 60%               d. 80%37. According to the text, traditional methods of detecting deception during interviews only work about ____________ of the time.a. 20%        b. 35%         c. 45%        d. 50%38. According to the text, people’s eyes will usually ____________ when they are creating something in their mind.a. move to the right           b. move to the left         c. look up        d. look down39. The use of ____________ is a relatively new phenomenon in criminal investigations.a. interrogations        b. hypnosis           c. polygraph tests      d. psychics41. When the victim was last known to be alive to when the victim was found dead is the time period known as the ____________ of death.a. span        b. time        c. window         d. segment48. The initial task of the police upon receipt of a report of a forcible rape which has just occurred is to ____________.a. secure the crime scene         b. interview the victim            c. aid the victim               d. broadcast an alarm for the suspect50. This type of child molester is potentially most dangerous to children.a. love hawk type of offender       b. regressive sex offender        c. situational offender       d. preferential offender51. This is the purpose of the initial interview of the victim of a rape.a. determine if the victim is falsifying the information         b. get information for a radio-broadcast alarm         c. demonstrate to the victim you are in charge and there to help                 d. determine the identity of any witnesses52. The type of rapist who may express a desire to see his victim again is classified as what?a. anger rapist           b. power rapist            c. sadistic rapist          d. None of the above.53. Some robberies have “signature” aspects which are part of the ____________.a. essential elements of the crime         b. motivation or why the crime was committed               c. corpus delicti        d. modus operandi54. What “style” of robbery is the armed robbery of a convenience store?a. an ambush              b. a raid              c. a planned operation               d. a strong arm56. The main thrust of a robbery investigation is prompt response to the scene and ___________.a. fast-breaking search for the robber(s)        b. connect-ups        c. identifying “target” classification involved         d. determining means of escape from the scene57. The ____________ robbery is carefully structured; the robbery group examines all aspects of the situation and plans for all foreseeable contingencies and may engage in practice runs.a. ambush          b. spontaneous          c. planned-operation         d. selective-raid58. A ____________ robber will enter the premises and appraise its vulnerability within a few minutes of shopping or browsing and then make a decision whether or not to rob the business.a. career           b. cruising              c. backup            d. silent59. This is least likely to be a common motivator for a hate fire.a. spite        b. anger              c. some irrational motivation         d. antagonism60. What is the primary objective of an arson investigator in reconstructing the origin and spread of suspicious fires?a. to establish the limits of the fire scene          b. to develop a theory of the fire         c. to develop suspects with opportunity       d. to establish who will benefit from the fire61. This is possibly the most important factor in closing a bombing case.a. taggants       b. police intelligence reports                    c. pattern of explosion          d. fire spread62. The color of the smoke and flames is important in arson cases because they may indicate ____________.a. use of accelerants          b. inverted conical shape of a fire               c. use of mechanical fire-setting devices          d. use of “trailers”65. This is the “Achilles’ heel” of thieves.a. use of tools            b. modus operandi searches and identification               c. transfer of associative evidence          d. disposing of the stolen property66. What is a common swindle in which the victims are tricked into withdrawing money from a bank to show financial responsibility as a prerequisite to sharing in money found by one of the swindlers?a. charity switch        b. pigeon drop        c. pay off       d. bank examiner fraud69. Which is not a step in the behavior cycle of burglars?a. needs        b. opportunities            c. the ability to dispose of loot successfully            d. means70. ___________ have opened up new horizons for proactive and reactive investigations of consumer fraud because an investigator can begin developing a fraud case when unnecessary repairs are recommended.a. Ponzi schemes        b. Advanced fees           c. Decoy appliances/vehicles             d. Accomplice-witnesses72. In order to successfully prosecute someone for the illegal possession of dangerous drugs the prosecution must demonstrate dominion and control as well as ____________.a. knowledge of the character of the substance                 b. criminal conspiracy             c. a criminal act in furtherance of the commission of the crime     d. opportunity73. What are amateur chemists who operate clandestine laboratories and manufacture illegal drugs called?a. cookies                b. cookers           c. chokers            d. crackers74. Narcotics have four main characteristics, one of which is their analgesic effect. What effects do analgesics have on the users of these drugs?a. drowsiness        b. pain relief           c. a feeling of well-being and tranquility                  d. dependency75. Amphetamine and methamphetamine use produces effects similar to this.a. heroin          b. cocaine              c. phencyclidine          d. LSD76. In cases involving a small quantity of drugs, the defendant may claim that he or she was ____________ (the illicit drugs were planted by the arresting officer or his informant partner).a. flaked                b. raided            c. distracted              d. None of the above.77. Antisocial misfits who intrude into another’s computer system for the challenge involved in overcoming the system’s defenses is known as what type of hacker?a. cracker       b. computer criminal         c. vandal          d. black hat78. What is a complex computer scheme in which the programmer steals small amounts from numerous accounts?a. Trojan horse        b. worm         c. salami fraud           d. a come around fraud79. Public morals laws are usually aggressively enforced in a community only when _____________.a. a complaint is made         b. another crime is involved          c. an allegation of police misconduct is involved         d. an allegation of police corruption is involved80. This characteristic most distinguishes the crime syndicate.a. unity of action          b. corruption        c. death to the informant          d. presence of weak and foolish public officials87. The holy warriors known as the _____________ were formed to fight against the invasion of Afghanistan by the former Soviet Union.a. mujahedeen        b. jihadist        c. pilgrim       d. None of the above.91. Investigators should meet and confer with the assigned prosecutor prior to their court appearance to discuss the investigator’s testimony. Such meetings can be criticized by the defense counsel as being _____________.a. one sided      b. within the realm of the discovery process          c. inappropriate plotting          d. a coaching session92. This person asks the investigator-witness to respond to “open-ended” questions.a. defense counsel        b. prosecutor           c. judge         d. defendant93. This is the most important thing an investigator-witness can do immediately after testifying.a. impartially examine their performance        b. stop and congratulate the prosecutor                c. gracefully leave the courtroom         d. discuss their testimony with others while waiting outside the courtroom94. Law enforcement ethics involve two distinguishable topics:a. misconduct and corruption         b. malfeasance and concealment          c. misfeasance and complacency           d. misstatement and coercion95. What is the most likely definition for the term “ethical awareness.”a. knowing who is, and who is not, an ethical investigator                    b. the acknowledgement of the existence of unethical conduct                  c. the result of job specific ethical training           d. the result of supervisor/leadership behavior modification96. The first questioning of a witness is conducted by the party calling the witness to testify and is called ____________.a. direct examination               b. indirect examination                  c. cross-examination         d. indirect cross-examination97. The growth of ethical awareness among criminal investigators as a professional group includes obligations to fellow investigators as a community. These obligations are best described as a basic responsibility to ____________.a. defined by the “umbrella” code of ethics        b. conform to prevailing practices        c. being a “reasonable person”         d. obeying a supervisor98. One effect of unethical police conduct is known as jury nullification, which is best described as the ____________.a. unwillingness of citizens to serve on juries in criminal trials             b. sense of uneasiness investigators experience when testifying before a jury                    c. juries’ verdict being influenced by the mistrust of police witnesses.              d. jury sequestration99. The progression of a compromised officer is predictable and, therefore, ____________.a. concerning                 b. troubling                c. acceptable              d. preventable

 


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