Police Academy 1.4, 1.6

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Police Quizzes & Trivia

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 5. 
    State 2 classes in which offenses are divided
    • A. 

      Felony

    • B. 

      Misdemeanor

  • 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

  • 7. 
    State 2 components of the criminal justice system
    • A. 

      Probation officers

    • B. 

      Prosecution and defense

    • C. 

      Law enforcement

    • D. 

      Correctional institution

  • 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

  • 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

  • 10. 
    State 3 essential elements of community policing
    • A. 

      Problem solving

    • B. 

      Partnerships

    • C. 

      Relationships

    • D. 

      Empowerment

  • 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

  • 12. 
    State 3 principles of community policing
    • A. 

      Change

    • B. 

      Trust

    • C. 

      Philosophy

    • D. 

      Psychology