Law Level 2.txt

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  1. The Governor-In-Council may grant

    a) exemptions for classes of people to possess body armour

    b) approval for individuals to possess body armour

    c) either of the above
    a) exemptions for classes of people to possess body armour
  2. Offences in the Summary Offences Act 1966 are generally

    a) summary offences

    b) indictable offences triable summarily

    c) indictable offences

    d) serious indictable offences
    a) summary offences
  3. Under what conditions can a MOPF take fingerprints from persons suspected of an indictable offence or a summary offence which may incur a term of imprisonment if the person is 10-14 years of age?
    Where the child and the parent consent

    • OR
    • Where there is an order of the Children’s Court.
  4. Rachel throws a stick at her ex-husband Darren. Darren is riding a bicycle. The stick catches in the wheel spokes, causing Darren to fall and break his arm. The MOST appropriate charge is:

    a) Attempted murder

    b) Recklessly cause serious injury

    c) Intentionally cause injury

    d) Discharge a missile
    b) Recklessly cause serious injury
  5. A man sits outside Flagstaff Train Station with a hat, a guitar and a sign which says, “ill, homeless, need food, thank you”.

    The man has not “gathered arms”

    a) as he has said nothing

    b) as he has not asked for money

    c) if he plays the guitar

    d) as no-one has put any money in his hat.
    d) as no-one has put any money in his hat.
  6. You search a woman and find a pocket knife in her pocket. She can be charged with:

    a) possession of a dangerous article

    b) possession of a controlled weapon

    c) possession of a prohibited weapon

    d) none of the above
    b) possession of a controlled weapon
  7. “False report to police” is found in the Summary Offences Act 1966. False report to police is:

    a) a summary offence

    b) an indictable offence triable summarily

    c) an indictable offence

    d) a serious indictable offence.
    a) a summary offence
  8. A person stalks another if they engage in a course of conduct of any of the following...

    a) Following a person

    b) Telephoning, sending email

    c) Loitering near the victims home, business or other place

    d) All of the above.
    d) All of the above.
  9. You search a car and discover a military automatic firearm which has been cut down to a length of 64cm. The driver and only occupant of the car does not have a firearms licence. The correct charge for him is:

    a) Possess Category E longarm

    b) Prohibited person possess Category E longarm

    c) Possess Prohibited weapon

    d) Possess handgun
    d) Possess handgun
  10. You search a man for weapons. You find a high-powered laser pointer on a key ring. The man can:

    a) be charged with possession of a dangerous article

    b) be charged with possession of a controlled weapon

    c) be charged with possession of a prohibited weapon

    d) not be charged as unless an Inspector or above declared the area a “designated area” no search can be made
    c) be charged with possession of a prohibited weapon
  11. Michelle, angry at her boyfriend, attacks him with a cricket bat whilst he is asleep. He wakes and punches her once to the head, bruising her cheek. The appropriate charge against the boyfriend is:

    a) Unlawful assault (s.23 SOA)

    b) Aggravated assault (female victim – s.24 SOA)

    c) Recklessly cause injury

    d) None of the above
    d) None of the above
  12. If you seize a weapon from a person, how long do you have to commence proceedings against the person if you wish to seek forfeiture of the weapon?
    Within the period of 3 months after the seizure.
  13. A MOPF on leave jumps in to break up a bar fight. In the course of this he is hit by Wally and receives a broken eye-bone.

    Wally can be charged with:

    a) indictable assault police

    b) summary assault police

    c) intentionally cause serious injury

    d) all of the above
    b) summary assault police
  14. Police are called to a flat in Caulfield. In the flat is the husband who rang 000 and the wife who is clearly drunk. She is wearing only her underwear. She has trouble standing and constantly falls over. Her eyes are dilated and she smells strongly of alcohol. Now and again she falls asleep during her conversation with the police members.

    a) Police can arrest the woman under s. 13 of the SOA

    b) Police can arrest the woman under s.458 of the Crimes Act 1958

    c) Police cannot arrest the woman under s.13 of the SOA as she is not disorderly

    d) Police cannot arrest the woman
    d) Police cannot arrest the woman
  15. A man is interviewed in relation to his car being involved in a collision where a pedestrian was killed. He falsely tells police that his car had been stolen before the collision. The man

    a) is guilty of “false report to police”

    b) is guilty of “false report to police’ if police investigate the report

    c) is not guilty of “false report to police” where the crime being investigated is a summary offence

    d) is not guilty of “false report to police”
    d) is not guilty of “false report to police”
  16. Margaret keys her ex-boyfriend’s car, parked in her backyard, causing $6,000 damage. The appropriate charge here is:

    a) Wilful damage as the damage was intentional

    b) Not wilful damage as the car was not in a public place

    c) Criminal damage

    d) Either criminal or wilful damage
    c) Criminal damage
  17. You intercept a person who is in possession of a firearm that is 63 cm long but it is NOT reasonably capable of being raised and fired by one hand and could NOT be carried or concealed about the person. Does this weapon fall into the definition of a handgun?
    Yes, a handgun is a firearm that meets any of the three criteria. It does not need to meet more than one criterion
  18. What is the duration of a direction given by MOPF to abate noise from a residential premise?
    From midnight or time of direction (whichever is earlier) until 0800 hours

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