Police Discretion And Dilemmas

30 Questions  I  By Swarren

  
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1.  Which of the following statements is false
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2.  in May 2010, Arizona passed a controversial law requiring police officers in the state to
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3.  "the 'end' of drug interdiction justifies the 'means' of harassing and inconveniencing a racial or ethnica minority group." this statement is most likely to be supported by
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4.  In Barker and Carter's typology of lies, accepted lies are
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5.  Barker and carter proposed a typology of lies that included
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6.  In Barker and Carter's propose typology of lies, tolerated lies are
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7.  According to Barker and Carter, accepted lies must meet all of the following standards except
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8.  Lies that are used to control the person or to make the job easier in situations where force could be used are called
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9.  According to Klockars, lying to a mentally ill person by telling him/her that the police will take care of the laser beams from Mars is an example of
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10.  Which of the following in not included in Barker and Carter's typology of lies
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11.  In Barker and Carter's proposed typology of lies, deviant lies are
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12.  civilians who are used to obtain information about criminal activity and/or participate in it so evidence can be obtained for an arrest are called
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13.  Which of the following statements is true
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14.  The strongest ethical argument against undercover officers having intimate relationships with suspects comes from
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15.  According to South, some of the ethical problems with informants include all except
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16.  The term entrapment refers to
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17.  there are two approaches used to determine whether entraptment has occurred
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18.  The (blank) approach examines the government's participation and whether it has exceeded accepted legal standards to determine if entrapment occurred
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19.  The (blank) approach looks at the defendant's background, character, and predisposition toward crime to determine if entrapment occured
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20.  Which approach to determine entrapment has the U.S. Supreme Court endorsed
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21.  According to the objective approach, if the state provided an "essential element" that made the crime possible, or if there was extensive and coercive pressure on the defendant to engage is the actions, a court might rule that
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22.  The objective test for entrapment
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23.  In terms of undercover operations, ethical formalism would most likely
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24.  Which of the following statements about interrogations is true
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25.  The classic father confessor approach to interrogations involves
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26.  The use of physical force to obtain a conviction became illegal with
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27.  The question of whether police should use immoral means to reach a desired moral end is addressed by the term
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28.  Which of the following statements about use-of-force statistics is false
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29.  Which one of the following incidents is an example of deadly force
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30.  Despite some high profile cases involving deadly force, which police department actually has a realtively low shooting rate when compared with the size of their force
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