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1. What is an example of community oriented policing? (police history slides) a. Police identifying community problems alone b. Police leaving the communities c. Police having no interaction with the community d. Police working with the community 2. What is an example of hot spot policing? (Policing types slides) a. Officers walking around neighborhoods b. Community members reporting problems c. Drug crackdowns in specific locations d. Patrolling of different areas 3. Terry v Ohio concerns which type of policing? (policing types slides) a. Community Policing b. Zero Tolerance c. Hot spot policing d. Problem Oriented Policing 4. Crackdowns rely on all of the following accept (policing types slides a. Sanctions b. Presence of law enforcement c. Legislators d. Media threats 5. What is an example of police corruption? (Police misbehavior slides) a. Racial profiling b. Sexual harassment c. Purposefully losing evidence d. Physical attacks 6. When can police officers use deadly force? (Police misbehavior slides) a. To save their own lives or bystander's b. For retaliation c. Routine traffic stops d. When issuing a parking ticket 7. Which crime type would a police officer have little discretion of making an arrest? (discretion in policing slides) a. Parking ticket b. Aggravated assault c. Speeding d. Not using your indicator 8. What are one of the reasons Tonry & Melewski say is a cause of racial disparities in imprisonment? (Discretion in policing slides) a. Drug Policy b. Police misconduct c. Decreased prosecution of violent crime d. Poor quality defense attorneys 9. Who decides to accept or reject a case? (Discretion in policing slides) a. Jurors
b. Defendant c. Judge d. Prosecutor 10. During The Political Era how did police officers get a job? (Police history slides) a. They signed up for the academy b. Mayor chose from a list of names then counsel approved them c. They volunteered d. They were drafted
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