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1.  Maltreatment murders almost always occur in a private location, such as a family's home and therefore rarely have a witness to the event
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2.  Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the diagnosis given for the sudden death of an infant __________ of age that remains unexplained after a complete investigation.
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3.  Recent research shows that 20 to 40 percent of girls have been abused
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4.  The _______ child molester is one whose primary sexual orientation is towards children and whose sociosexual maturation develops as a result of unresolved conflicts in his or her development
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5.  In most cases of child deaths, there is no exception to the Fourth Amendment requirement for a search warrant for valid consent to search
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6.  ____________ is defined as the collection of injuries sustained by a child as a result of repeated mistreatment or beating
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7.  Which question should be omitted from an interview between an officer and an abused child?
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8.  Victims of Shaken Baby Syndrome are age ____ years and younger. Most are less than 18 months.
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9.  Most child molesters choose children they do not know personally so as to avoid being caught
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10.  Which is NOT true about pedophilia?
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11.  Pedophiles have the highest recidivism rate of all sex offenders, approximately ____ percent
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12.  The _______ molester has sexual desires focusing on children and typically has a more identifiable psychological disorder
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13.  Photographs of the child should be taken within 4 hours of a child being brought to a treatment facility.
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14.  Most cases of fatal child maltreatment will rely on circumstantial evidence
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15.  What is the best definition of a pedophile?
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16.  Why is it important to determine what a witness actually observed during a child's injury or death?
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17.  Which is the most common form of child molestation?
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18.  Child Protective Services has legal authority to be involved in the investigation of a child's death if a parent or other member of the household is suspected
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19.  91 percent of SIDS deaths occur before the age of _______
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20.  Abused children tend to come from lower income families and are usually under the age of eight
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21.  In most cases of fatal child maltreatment, trace evidence such as fingerprints and DNA will be of far less value than it might be in other crimes
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22.  In ____________ cases, the child's death is directly related to injuries caused by neglect occuring over an extended period of time
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23.  One of the traditional problems in dealing effectively with child abuse has been the inability of the two lead investigative authorities, social welfare and law enforcement agencies, to work together in a strategic manner
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24.  __________ means that a childs death is related to injuries suffered as a result of a specific incident or abuse or act of negligence. In such cases, the child has not been previously abused or neglected
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25.  The primary source of contact for investigatory purposes regarding the death of a child may likely be the ______________
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26.  In a case in which a child is brought to the hospital after having a seizure, the parent should be asked to tell everything that happened to the child in the past ___ hours
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27.  SIDS is not a positive finding; rather, it is a diagnosis made when there is no other medical explanation for the abrupt death of an apparently healthy infant
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28.  Which best describes David Raskin's validity assessment?
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29.  The steps in the __________ begin with the most open, least leading, least suggestive form of questioning and, if necessary, proceed to more specific and more leading questions
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30.  Up to one in five girls suffers sexual abuse
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31.  Families are usually cooperative about allowing children to testify against their abusers
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32.  It is important that law enforcement and CPS coordinate their efforts and CPS should assume the leadership role during the investigation
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33.  The more times a child is interviewed about alleged abuse, the more reliable that child's testimony will become
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34.  The issue of whether information on the victim's prior injuries or medical condition will be admissable at trial should be left up to the prosecutor. However, an investigator's failure to collect such information leaves the prosecutor without one of the most important pieces of corroborative evidence for proving an intentional act of child abuse
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35.  Every day at least ___ children in the United States die from maltreatment and are most at risk of dying during the first 4 years of their life
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36.  A child molester who is attracted to children as a result of unresolved conflicts in his own sexual development is probably which type of molester?
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37.  The _______ child molester represents a clear (but possibly temporary) departure from a primary orientation towards age mates, as the child becomes a substitute for an adult partner. Generally when adult relationships develop conflicts and become emotionally unfulfilling, sexual attraction to children emerges
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38.  Unless a child's injuries are visible externally, the death may appear natural at first. This is especially true for an infant whose death may appear to be from natural causes such as SIDS
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39.  Which persons are required by law to report any evidence of child abuse that they observe?
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40.  _________ is the most common type of fatal injury and maltreatment death
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41.  There are an estimated one and a half to two million cases of child abuse each year
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42.  _______ in infants is conclusive evidence of Shaken Baby Syndrome in the absence of a good explanation
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43.  A child who suffers from physical abuse is termed a(n) __________
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44.  State laws often require that after a report is received that a child has been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused, there must be an immediate face-to-face contact with the child. This meeting must typically occur within ______ after the report is made
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45.  The _______ molester doesnt necessarily suffer from any specified psychological disorder but may commit such crimes because of one of several external factors (intoxication, drug abuse, mental conditions)
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46.  There are between _________ cases of Shaken Baby Syndrome every year in the United States
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47.  40 percent of children who are victims of fatal maltreatment are infants (younger than one year old), and ___ percent are younger than five years old
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48.  Which is the most common form of physical child abuse?
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