quiz

  • Question 1

    3 out of 3 points

    If any of the above scenarios were arranged specifically to observe Officer Jones to see how he would react to an opportunity for misconduct, the activity would be an example of a(n):

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    Integrity test.

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    Integrity test.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 2

    3 out of 3 points

    According to Barker and Carter, accepted lies must meet all of the following standards except:

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    Those involved in the lie must reveal the truth as soon as it becomes safe to do so.

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    Those involved in the lie must reveal the truth as soon as it becomes safe to do so.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 3

    3 out of 3 points

    Justifiable homicide ________.

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    Is usually performed by police.

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    Is usually performed by police.

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  • Question 4

    3 out of 3 points

    What percentage of police said that they lied about evidence to induce a confession, according to the text?

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    90 percent.

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    90 percent.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 5

    3 out of 3 points

    According to the text, the most common reasons for false convictions include all of the following except:

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    Inaccurate reporting in the media.

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    Inaccurate reporting in the media.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 6

    3 out of 3 points

    In Barker and Carter’s study, they found that up to what percentage of police may have used drugs on duty?

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    20.

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    20.

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  • Question 7

    3 out of 3 points

    An abuse of authority that is not part of the typologies elucidated by Baker and Carter or Fife and Kane is:

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    Professional courtesy.

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    Professional courtesy.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 8

    3 out of 3 points

    The practice of declining to issue a ticket to an off-duty officer who is stopped for speeding or for other driving violations is called:

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    Professional courtesy.

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    Professional courtesy.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 9

    2 out of 2 points

    In terms of undercover operations, ethical formalism would most likely:

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    Condemn undercover operations where innocent people are deceived because the actions could not be justified under the categorical imperative.

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    Condemn undercover operations where innocent people are deceived because the actions could not be justified under the categorical imperative.

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    That’s correct.

  • Question 10

    2 out of 2 points

    According to Fyfe and Kane, on-duty abuse is:

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    The use of excessive force, psychological abuse, or discrimination.

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    The use of excessive force, psychological abuse, or discrimination.

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    That’s correct.

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