Critical Social Theory is a general term for new theoretical developments (roughly since the 1960s) in a variety of fields.
Question 1.1. Whenever a line, ridge or valley on a fingerprint stops or splits it is referred to as a typica. (Points : 1)
Question 2.2. Critical Social Theory is a general term for new theoretical developments (roughly since the 1960s) in a variety of fields. In our context, it looks at the way in which a community comes together to solve a problem. (Points : 1)
Question 3.3. Tactical Information can best be used in the long-term planning process. (Points : 1)
Question 4.4. The current model of policing emphasizing problem solving, partnership with the community and decentralization is best known as (Points : 1)
Community Orientated Policing.
The Political Model.
The Professional Model.
Incident Driven Policing.
Question 5.5. Which of the following is true about Situational Crime Prevention?
(Points : 1)
It involves increasing the value of the crime.
It targets specific forms of crime.
It has nothing to do with the environment.
It involves decreasing the risk to the offender.
Question 6.6. Prior to the institution of civil service tests, police officers were appointed generally. This best describes (Points : 1)
the Community Model of Policing.
the Political Model of Policing.
the Professional Model of Policing.
the Incident Driven Model of Policing.
Question 7.7. Situational Crime Prevention involves increasing offender risk of detection and/or offender effort. (Points : 1)
Question 8.8. The National Crime Information Center fingerprint classification system has (Points : 1)
an eight digit code.
a twenty digit code.
a ten digit code.
a sixteen digit code.
Question 9.9. The way in which organizational policies are acted out at the line level has sometimes been referred to as (Points : 1)
Question 10.10. Tactical information is generally used to make immediate decisions. (Points : 1)