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  • Criminology Board Examination Reviewer (Diagnostic) Law Enforcement Administration Glorio O. Dumandan Jr., RCrim

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    CRIMINOLOGISTS Licensure Examination First Day 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ==================================================================== INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by marking the box corresponding to the letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Use pencil no. 1 only. MULTIPLE CHOICE

    1. When was automobile patrol introduced in Manila?

    A. 1934 B. 1944 C. 1954 D. 1964 2. What is the document issued by the CPNP or his duly authorized

    representative authorizing a person to engage in the occupation, calling or employment as security guard or detectives, or a juridical person to establish, engage, direct, manage or operate an individual or a private detective agency or private security agency/company security force after payment of the prescribed dues or fees? A. Permit to Operate D. Business Permit B. License to Operate E. All of these C. A and C

    3. R.A. 4864 was enacted on A. September 8, 1966 C. March 17, 1954 B. July 1, 1901 D. July 24, 1968

    4. This includes any person who offers or renders personal services to watch or secure either a residence or business establishment or both or buildings, compounds or areas, for hire or compensation or as employee thereof. A. Blue Army D. Personal Body Guard B. Security Guard E. Guard for Hire C. All of these

    5. This is a person who does detective work for hire, reward or commission, other than members of the AFP, BJMP, provincial guards, PNP or any law enforcement agency of the government. A. Secret Agent C. Private Detective E. All of these B. TikTik D. Undercover

    6. A personnel of the police department who has taken oath of office and possess the power to arrest is called: A. Arresting officer C. Commanding Officer B. Sworn Officer D. Superior Officer

    7. The uprightness in character, soundness of moral principles, honesty and freedom from moral delinquencies is referred to as A. integrity C. discretion B. loyalty D. moral C. All of these

    8. Who is authorized to classify Top Secret matter? A. Chief of Police C. Regional Director B. Sec of DND D. Provincial Director

    9. Going east while foot patrolling and turning right after reaching the end of your beat and turning right after reaching the other end of the road and again turning right until you completed the cycle by reaching back to your origin of patrolling. What patrol pattern have you applied? A. clockwise D. counterclockwise B. straightway E. Free-wheeling C. criss-cross

    10. While patrolling at night time, absence of animals on the road may indicate that the A. community is not pond of animals B. dog found unit of the local health department is very

    effective in holding stray animals C. animals have been scared off by a prowler D. people have no pets because of the prevalence of rabies E. all of the above

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    11. While patrolling, PO2 Gan-ganaed observed the following: a. a young good looking man stalking a lady who seems unknown to him; b. an unknown old man watching a parked car inside a carpark; c. a man wearing torn clothing while selling balut; d. an unknown person walking while window shopping. If you are PO2 Gan-ganaed, who among the stated persons whom you are going to be considered suspicious? A. a C. b E. all of them B. c D. d

    12. Which theory of patrol state that police visibility increases the opportunity to apprehend criminals by soothing them and letting them believe that their crimes will not be detected? A. Low profile theory C. Theory of police omnipresence B. High visibility D. Team policing

    13. Based on the fundamental theories of patrol, suppression of the desire of offenders to commit a crime refers to A. criminal jurisprudence C. patrol activity B. crime suppression D. crime prevention

    14. While conducting patrol at the central business district during the night shift A. walk near the road curb. B. stay on high ground such as roof top. C. walk near the buildings. D. stay in the shadows on the building. E. None of these

    15. Compared to humans ability to smell, a dog is capable of recognizing an odor A. 10 hundreds times C. 10 million times B. 10 thousands times D. 10 billion times

    16. Without air force capability, patrol operation that covers large park areas, grassy fields or wooded areas requires the use of A. bike patrol C. marine patrol B. horse patrol D. helicopter patrol

    17. In hostage taking plan the very purpose is the safety release of hostages so it is important that the first step to take in the operation is A. attack the hostage taker C. rescue B. investigate D. make a negotiation

    18. What is the attempt by the administration to allocate anticipated resources to meet anticipated service demands? A. goal C. plan B. police planning D. operational plan

    19. Which of the following refers to the long range planning? A. intermediate C. medium B. strategic D. short

    20. The operational plan which is designed to meet everyday or year around needs is called A. meeting unusual needs C. regular operating programs B. extra office D. special operating programs

    21. Tactical plans involves all but one of the following: A. community events C. arrest of offenders B. attack against a building D. None of these

    22. Patrol officer is said to be the semblance of the patrol officer. Semblance in this statement means: A. backbone C. representation B. most effective D. most popular

    23. Which of the following is the oldest type of patrol? A. horse C. canine B. foot D. police

    24. Which of the following type of patrol capable for pick up license number of fleeing automobile: A. horse C. foot B. television D. all of these

    25. The act of expelling a squatter by the legal process is called: A. demolition C. eviction B. squadron D. tear down

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    26. Which of the following is not a commissioned officer? A. inspector D. asst. Chief B. senior superintendent E. chief superintendent C. All of these

    27. Which of the following words has the same meaning as the word credibility? A. ability C. believability B. capacity D. vulnerability C. All of these

    28. Which of these pertains to a letter of directive designed to guide PNP personnel? A. police appreciation C. police relations B. police operational procedures D. None of these

    29. Shire means A. shine C. ruler E. All of these B. counties D. king

    30. If you are a patrol officer, which of the following is the last action that you are going to do before leaving your beat? A. Take your coffee in the nearest canteen, anyway it is free. B. Buy a pasalubong or your love ones. C. Make a counter-clockwise tour of your beat. D. Conduct a clockwise patrol to your beat. E. All of the above

    31. Which of the following is an internal factor affecting patrol performance? A. higher pay B. promotion opportunity C. endorsement by higher authorities D. none of these

    32. The factor influencing decision making at an operational level where the condition is if the citizens do not report crimes to the police when service is needed falls under A. external factor C. higher pay B. community output D. support of the barangay officials

    33. Which of the following best defines the word self-reliant? A. loyalty C. trust to one another B. confidence to your own D. faith in God

    34. The police patrol work in a 24-hour basis. This statement is: A. true B. false C. maybe D. confusing

    35. What is the primary purpose of patrolling? A. observation C. called for service B. crime prevention D. criminal apprehension

    36. Among the following subdivisions of management planning, which one is concerned to establish expenditures reports to assist in making administrative decisions within the appropriations? A. Personnel B. Specifications & Purchasing procedures C. Organizations D. Accounting procedures

    37. All but one are the powers of the police officers: A. prevent the commission of the crime B. arrest criminal offenders C. to investigate the commission of the crime D. to attain an acceptable degree of peace and order

    38. What is the step in planning which attempts to develop a plan and all facts relating to it have been gathered? A. frame of reference C. clarifying the facts B. analyzing the facts D. collecting the facts

    39. Which of the following should "Preservation of physical evidence" fall? A. operational procedures D. field operations B. headquarter procedures E. none of these C. special operating procedures

    40. All but one are the primarily line operation in police organization. A. patrol C. traffic B. records D. none of these

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    C. investigation 41. In the middle ages of police history a system was introduce

    which the community was divided into tithing or group of ten men, each member of which was responsible for the conduct of the other memb