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AJ 106 Patrol Operations- Final
True/ False 1-25
1. Portrait Parle was a speaking picture of the head, but
limited to criminals over 20 years of age.
2. One of the most boring jobs facing the police is
surveillance or stakeouts.
3. Criminal Anthropometry led to fingerprint identification.
4. Civil cases are one of the two most prominent cases
causing new patrol officers problems.
5. The Wade decision allowed suspects an attorney’s
presence at line -ups , or at any confrontation for
identification purposes.
6. Having sexual relations with underage persons is not a
crime.
7. Hypnosis causes emotional shock and its use for
identification can be used in court.
8. Majority of molested children have been done so by
relatives.
9. Field interviews are an important part of the patrol officers
job.
10. The use of the firearm is limited to very few felonies,
and not to any misdemeanors, or lesser crimes.
11. Mapp vs Michigan 1963, brought all states under the
federal ruling that illegally searched and seized evidence is
inadmissible in court.
12. The practical use of a firearm is to save your own life,
and the life of another.
13. Chimel vs California limits a search to his immediate
presence or area that can be reached, or lunged to reach a
weapon, or to destroy evidence.
14. The baton is a defensive weapon used for control.
15. A stop and frisk is always lawful.
16. Some strike areas to use the baton are the head and
stomach area.
17. Make it easy for subjects to admit guilt.
18. Mace is a defensive weapon and affects everyone
appropriately by debilitating them for control.
19. Traffic stops are the second most dangerous contacts for
police officers.
20. In our democratic society, police officers cannot initiate
an original dangerous act, and can only react to the
situation initiated by the criminal.
21. Never search a vehicle alone while suspects are present.
22. A molester can be the most dangerous type of sexual
criminal.
23. There is a 100% protection against an ambush for police
officers.
24. Fear is a necessary part of the human response.
25. The first step of the patrol officer at any scene is to
protect it, but at a reported death case it is to establish
death.
26. What is the major court decision that affects field
interviews?
27. What is a feeling of impending danger and is expressed
by nervousness and irritability?
28. What US Supreme Court case stated that a motor home,
or camper was a vehicle as long as it’s on a roadway?
29. What is a cry for help in an attempt to stop or avoid an
intolerable existence?
30. What US Supreme Court case said that once a vehicle
was towed and impounded, an inventory search may be
made for evidence, or contraband?
31. List the four main functions of Field Interviews.
32. What is fear called when it becomes so great that it
impairs a person’s ability to function in a normal manner?
33. Name one of four ways of selecting a subject as a
suspect?
34. What is a false belief which cannot be corrected by an
appeal to reason?
35. What are the four techniques used for stopping
vehicles?
36. What is the person called that is a danger to himself, or
others?
37. What are two things to look for during a field interview?
38. What is the purpose of the police firearm?
39. What is the most dangerous contact made by police
officers?
40. List four of the seven criminal traits associated to habits
and mannerisms?
41. The author lists eight methods of establishing death, list
four of them?
42. Give two examples of Meta-communications used by
suspects?
43. What are other ways to disable a person than by a
firearm?
44. What are the two types of traffic stops?
45. According to the author there are eleven causes of
officers’ deaths. Name five causes?
46. What is the most common type of prowler calls?
47. List the four advantages that police have in pursuits?
48. The author lists eleven statistics on officer survival, a
very important concept. Give me five tips?
49. What do you want to be now, when you grow up?
50. Did you accomplish your goals in learning the subject
matter in this course, in light of unusual circumstances?

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