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Police Academy 1.4, 1.6 - Quiz


Quiz over police academy SPOs, this was initially created as an aid to myself but if it helps you out then I am glad I could help, pay attention because the answers are just as they appear in the regulation.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    In sequence state the 9 stages of the juvenile justice process

    • A.

      Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, pre-adjudication hearing, formal complaint, adjudication hearing, preliminary conferences, disposition, appeal

    • B.

      Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, formal complaint, pre-adjudication hearing, preliminary conferences, adjudication hearing, disposition, appeal

    • C.

      Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, formal complaint, preliminary conferences, pre-adjudication hearing, adjudication hearing, disposition, appeal

    • D.

      Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, preliminary conferences, formal complaint, pre-adjudication hearing, adjudication hearing, disposition, appeal

    Correct Answer
    B. Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, formal complaint, pre-adjudication hearing, preliminary conferences, adjudication hearing, disposition, appeal
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the third option: Investigation, Take into custody, detention hearing, formal complaint, preliminary conferences, pre-adjudication hearing, adjudication hearing, disposition, appeal. The stages are listed in the correct chronological order of the juvenile justice process. The investigation is the initial stage where the authorities gather information about the alleged offense. The juvenile may then be taken into custody. A detention hearing is held to determine if the juvenile should remain in custody. A formal complaint is then filed, followed by preliminary conferences to discuss the case. The pre-adjudication hearing is held to determine if the case should proceed to adjudication. The adjudication hearing is where the judge determines guilt or innocence. The disposition stage is where the judge decides on the appropriate consequences, and finally, the option for appeal is available.

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  • 2. 

    In sequence state the 7 necessary steps to process an adult misdemeanor offender through the criminal justice system

    • A.

      Investigation, arrest/summons/citation, initial appearance, arraignment, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • B.

      Investigation, arrest/summons/citation, arraignment, initial appearance, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • C.

      Investigation, detainment, initial appearance, arraignment, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • D.

      Investigation, arrest/summons/citation, initial arraignment, trial, sentencing, appeal

    Correct Answer
    A. Investigation, arrest/summons/citation, initial appearance, arraignment, trial, sentencing, appeal
    Explanation
    The correct answer is: Investigation, arrest/summons/citation, initial appearance, arraignment, trial, sentencing, appeal.

    This sequence outlines the necessary steps to process an adult misdemeanor offender through the criminal justice system. It starts with an investigation into the alleged offense, followed by the arrest, summons, or citation of the offender. The next step is the initial appearance, where the offender is informed of their charges and their rights. After that comes the arraignment, where the offender enters a plea. Following the arraignment is the trial, where evidence is presented and a verdict is reached. The sentencing phase determines the punishment for the offender, and finally, there is the possibility of an appeal if the offender wishes to challenge the verdict or sentencing.

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  • 3. 

    In sequence state the 11 necessary process an adult felon goes through in the Ohio justice system

    • A.

      Investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, arraignment, pretrial motions and hearings, grand jury, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • B.

      Investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, pretrial motions and hearings, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • C.

      Investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, arraignment, grand jury, preliminary hearing, pretrial motions and hearings, trial, sentencing, appeal

    • D.

      Investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, arraignment, pretrial motions and hearings, trial, sentencing, appeal

    Correct Answer
    D. Investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, arraignment, pretrial motions and hearings, trial, sentencing, appeal
    Explanation
    The correct answer lists the necessary processes an adult felon goes through in the Ohio justice system in the correct chronological order. These processes include investigation, arrest, booking, initial appearance, preliminary hearing, grand jury, arraignment, pretrial motions and hearings, trial, sentencing, and appeal.

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  • 4. 

    State 2 needs a court is required to consider when imposing a felony sentence

    • A.

      The need to protect the public from future crimes by the offender and others

    • B.

      The need for incapacitation of the offender

    • C.

      The need to punish the offender

    • D.

      The need to rehabilitate the offender

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. The need for incapacitation of the offender
    D. The need to rehabilitate the offender
    Explanation
    The court needs to consider the need for incapacitation of the offender in order to ensure that they are unable to commit further crimes and pose a threat to the public. Additionally, the need to rehabilitate the offender is another important factor to consider, as it aims to address the underlying issues that led to their criminal behavior and help them reintegrate into society as law-abiding individuals. By taking into account both of these needs, the court can make a decision that prioritizes public safety and the potential for the offender's rehabilitation.

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  • 5. 

    State 2 classes in which offenses are divided

    • A.

      Felony

    • B.

      Misdemeanor

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Felony
    B. Misdemeanor
    Explanation
    Felony and Misdemeanor are two classes in which offenses are divided. Felony refers to serious crimes that are punishable by imprisonment for more than one year, such as murder or robbery. Misdemeanor, on the other hand, refers to less serious crimes that are punishable by imprisonment for less than one year, such as petty theft or disorderly conduct. These two classes help categorize offenses based on their severity and determine the appropriate punishment for each.

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  • 6. 

    State 3 matters over which Ohio supreme court has original jurisdiction

    • A.

      Habeas Corpus

    • B.

      Quo Warranto

    • C.

      Mandamus

    • D.

      Actus reus

    • E.

      Mens Rea

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Habeas Corpus
    B. Quo Warranto
    C. Mandamus
    Explanation
    The Ohio Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over Habeas Corpus, Quo Warranto, and Mandamus. Habeas Corpus is a legal action through which a person can seek relief from unlawful detention or imprisonment. Quo Warranto is a legal proceeding used to challenge a person's right to hold a public office or position. Mandamus is a writ issued by a court to compel a government official or agency to perform a specific duty. These three matters fall under the Ohio Supreme Court's original jurisdiction, meaning that they can be initially heard and decided by the court without being appealed from a lower court.

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  • 7. 

    State 2 components of the criminal justice system

    • A.

      Probation officers

    • B.

      Prosecution and defense

    • C.

      Law enforcement

    • D.

      Correctional institution

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Prosecution and defense
    C. Law enforcement
    Explanation
    The criminal justice system consists of various components that work together to ensure justice is served. Two of these components are prosecution and defense, and law enforcement. Prosecution and defense refer to the legal teams that represent the state and the accused, respectively, in a criminal trial. They present evidence, arguments, and counterarguments to support their respective positions. Law enforcement refers to the agencies and individuals responsible for enforcing the law, investigating crimes, and apprehending suspects. These components play crucial roles in the criminal justice system by upholding the law, ensuring fair trials, and maintaining public safety.

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  • 8. 

    State one requirement which must be satisfied by a felony sentence imposed by the court

    • A.

      It must be a sentence longer than one year

    • B.

      It must be consistent with sentences imposed for similar crimes committed by other offenders with similar characteristics

    • C.

      It must be a sentence less than one year

    • D.

      It does not have to be consistent with sentences imposed for similar crimes committed by other offenders with similar characteristics

    Correct Answer
    B. It must be consistent with sentences imposed for similar crimes committed by other offenders with similar characteristics
    Explanation
    The requirement that must be satisfied by a felony sentence imposed by the court is that it must be consistent with sentences imposed for similar crimes committed by other offenders with similar characteristics. This means that the court should consider the nature of the crime, the offender's background, and the sentences given in similar cases to ensure fairness and consistency in sentencing.

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  • 9. 

    State 2 steps in problem solving (SARA)

    • A.

      Scanning, Response

    • B.

      Analysis, Scanning

    • C.

      Response, Assessment

    • D.

      Assessment, Analysis

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above". In problem-solving using the SARA model, there are four steps: Scanning, Analysis, Response, and Assessment. Scanning involves identifying and prioritizing problems. Analysis involves gathering data and conducting a thorough examination of the problem. Response involves developing and implementing strategies to address the problem. Assessment involves evaluating the effectiveness of the response. Therefore, all of the given options include two steps in problem-solving, making them all correct.

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  • 10. 

    State 3 essential elements of community policing

    • A.

      Problem solving

    • B.

      Partnerships

    • C.

      Relationships

    • D.

      Empowerment

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Problem solving
    B. Partnerships
    D. Empowerment
    Explanation
    The three essential elements of community policing are problem solving, partnerships, and empowerment. Problem solving refers to the proactive approach of identifying and addressing the root causes of crime and disorder in the community. Partnerships involve collaboration between law enforcement agencies, community organizations, and residents to collectively work towards creating a safer environment. Empowerment focuses on giving community members the necessary tools, resources, and support to actively participate in crime prevention and community safety initiatives. These elements together help foster positive relationships between law enforcement and the community, leading to a more effective and efficient approach to crime prevention and public safety.

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  • 11. 

    State 2 examples of community policing that involve the community and law enforcement

    • A.

      Police foot patrols

    • B.

      Neighborhood watch

    • C.

      Citizen police academy

    • D.

      1-800-GRAB-DUI

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Neighborhood watch
    C. Citizen police academy
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes two examples of community policing that involve both the community and law enforcement: Neighborhood watch and Citizen police academy. Neighborhood watch programs encourage residents to actively participate in preventing crime by reporting suspicious activities and looking out for their neighbors' safety. Citizen police academies provide community members with an opportunity to learn about law enforcement practices, procedures, and challenges, fostering better understanding and cooperation between the community and the police.

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  • 12. 

    State 3 principles of community policing

    • A.

      Change

    • B.

      Trust

    • C.

      Philosophy

    • D.

      Psychology

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Change
    B. Trust
    C. Philosophy
    Explanation
    The three principles of community policing are Change, Trust, and Philosophy. Change refers to the need for law enforcement agencies to adapt and evolve in response to the changing needs and dynamics of the community. Trust is crucial in building positive relationships between law enforcement and the community, fostering cooperation and collaboration. Philosophy encompasses the underlying values and beliefs that guide community policing, emphasizing problem-solving, prevention, and community engagement. These principles work together to promote effective and sustainable community policing practices.

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