Criminology Review 2

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Criminology Review 2
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2015-04-16 15:36:10
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Exam 2
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  1. A brief detention of a person for the purpose of questioning refers to...
    Stop
  2. A pat-down of an individual for weapons for the purpose of the officer safety refers to...
    Frisk
  3. The 2nd most common type of a warrantless search is a pretext stop. (True/False)
    False
  4. Searches for weapons or other evidence that are conducted on an arrested person refers to...
    Search Incident to an Arrest
  5. A written statement of facts concerning the property, place, or person to search and seize refers to...
    Affidavit
  6. A written order based on probable cause and issued by a judge or magistrate to search and seize evidence of a specific person, property, or place refers to...
    Search Warrant
  7. Any evidence obtained by an unreasonable search or seizure is inadmissible in court. (True/False)
    True
  8. Evidence that is acquired through the use of illegally obtained evidence and is therefore inadmissible in court refers to....
    Fruit of the Poisoned Tree
  9. The standard for a "reasonable expectation of privacy" occurred in which court case?
    Katz v. United States, 1967
  10. ___ refers to sufficient specific articulable facts and circumstances known to the officer that would lead a reasonable officer to believe that the person had committed an offense.
    Probable Cause
  11. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, ad effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause refers to...

    A. 2nd Amendment 
    B. 13th Amendment
    C. None
    D. 5th Amendment
    C. None

    The 4th amendment gives you these rights.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Informants, personal observations, and evidence may be deemed as sources for probably cause. (True/False)
    True
  13. There is a five-prong text for "expectation of privacy". (True/False)
    False
  14. A stop of an automobile where the officer has cause to believe that a traffic violation or other wrongdoing has occurred refers to...
    Pretext Stop
  15. The internalization of good and practice of and/or bad behaviors refer to...
    Moality
  16. Appropriate behaviors associated with one's profession refer to...
    Ethics
  17. Gratuities and Corruption are not considered ethical issues in law enforcement? (True/False)
    False
  18. Sexual favors are not a form of corruption in law-enforcement. (True/False)
    False
  19. Something given to all police officers as policy refer to...
    Gratuity
  20. Gratuities can amount to 30% or more of an official's income. (True/False)
    True
  21. The values and perceptions that are shared by members of a police agency or law enforcement refer to...
    Police subculture
  22. The ideas of total or part rejection of trust, truth, and justice refer to...
    Cynicism
  23. Five (5) of the ten (10) worst facilities for sexual assault of inmates are in ____.
    Texas
  24. Which is not one of the ethical concerns for administrators in corrections?

    A. Gay inmates
    B. Sexual assaults
    C. Magazines
    D. Juveniles certified as adults
    C. Magazines

    Because they are magazines, there's literally no ethical concerns about what magazine is provided.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. In two states, a firing squad can be chosen by an inmate as an alternative to lethal injection. (True/False)
    True

    Utah and Oklahoma are the only two states.
  26. The state of Texas currently uses how many drugs when administering lethal injections?
    Three (3)

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