Police Academy 2.1, 2.2c, 2.2e

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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. 
    List the culpable mental states
    • A. 

      Aggravated, Reckless

    • B. 

      Purposely, Reckless

    • C. 

      Negligently, Aggravated

    • D. 

      Knowingly, Negligently

  • 2. 
    State 3 elements of a crime
    • A. 

      Guilty Mind

    • B. 

      There must be a location for there to be a crime

    • C. 

      Does not require intent to violate the law

    • D. 

      It is the intent to commit the crime that is illegal

  • 3. 
    Define Case law
    • A. 

      That which prescribes methods of enforcing rights or obtaining redress for their invasion

    • B. 

      That part of law which creates, defines, and regulates rights

    • C. 

      That body of law created by acts of the legislature in contrast law generated by judicial opinions and administrative bodies

    • D. 

      The aggregate of reported cases as forming a body of jurisprudence of the law of a particular subject as evidenced of formed by the adjudged cases, in distinction to statues and other sources or law

  • 4. 
    Define substantive law
    • A. 

      The aggregate of reported cases as forming a body of jurisprudence of the law of a particular subject as evidenced of formed by the adjudged cases, in distinction to statues and other sources or law

    • B. 

      That which prescribes methods of enforcing rights or obtaining redress for their invasion

    • C. 

      That body of law created by acts of the legislature in contrast law generated by judicial opinions and administrative bodies

    • D. 

      That part of law which creates, defines, and regulates rights

  • 5. 
    Define procedural law
    • A. 

      That body of law created by acts of the legislature in contrast law generated by judicial opinions and administrative bodies

    • B. 

      The aggregate of reported cases as forming a body of jurisprudence of the law of a particular subject as evidenced of formed by the adjudged cases, in distinction to statues and other sources or law

    • C. 

      That which prescribes methods of enforcing rights or obtaining redress for their invasion

    • D. 

      That part of law which creates, defines, and regulates rights

  • 6. 
    Define Statutory law
    • A. 

      That part of law which creates, defines, and regulates rights

    • B. 

      That body of law created by acts of the legislature in contrast law generated by judicial opinions and administrative bodies

    • C. 

      That which prescribes methods of enforcing rights or obtaining redress for their invasion

    • D. 

      The aggregate of reported cases as forming a body of jurisprudence of the law of a particular subject as evidenced of formed by the adjudged cases, in distinction to statues and other sources or law

  • 7. 
    Define tort
    • A. 

      Any act done in violation of those duties which an individual owes to the community and or the breach of which the law has provided that the offender shall make satisfaction to the public

    • B. 

      The particular county or geographical area in which a county with jurisdiction may hear and determine a case

    • C. 

      A private or civil wrong or injury for which the court will provide a remedy in the from of an action for damages

    • D. 

      Areas of authority in the geographic area in which a court has power or the types of cases it has power to hear

  • 8. 
    Define Crime
    • A. 

      A private or civil wrong or injury for which the court will provide a remedy in the from of an action for damages

    • B. 

      Any act done in violation of those duties which an individual owes to the community and or the breach of which the law has provided that the offender shall make satisfaction to the public

    • C. 

      Areas of authority in the geographic area in which a court has power or the types of cases it has power to hear

    • D. 

      The particular county or geographical area in which a county with jurisdiction may hear and determine a case

  • 9. 
    Define Venue
    • A. 

      Areas of authority in the geographic area in which a court has power or the types of cases it has power to hear

    • B. 

      The particular county or geographical area in which a county with jurisdiction may hear and determine a case

    • C. 

      Any act done in violation of those duties which an individual owes to the community and or the breach of which the law has provided that the offender shall make satisfaction to the public

    • D. 

      A private or civil wrong or injury for which the court will provide a remedy in the from of an action for damages

  • 10. 
    Define Jurisdiction
    • A. 

      Any act done in violation of those duties which an individual owes to the community and or the breach of which the law has provided that the offender shall make satisfaction to the public

    • B. 

      Areas of authority in the geographic area in which a court has power or the types of cases it has power to hear

    • C. 

      A private or civil wrong or injury for which the court will provide a remedy in the from of an action for damages

    • D. 

      The particular county or geographical area in which a county with jurisdiction may hear and determine a case

  • 11. 
    Define sexual conduct
    • A. 

      Any touching of an erogenous zone of another, including without limitation the thigh, genitals, buttock, pubic region or breast

    • B. 

      Assaulting someone sexually against their will

    • C. 

      Vaginal intercourse between a male and female, anal intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, between person regardless of sex and without permission to do so

    • D. 

      Being sexually involved with another person at that time

  • 12. 
    Define sexual contact
    • A. 

      Any touching of an erogenous zone of another, including without limitation the thigh, genitals, buttock, pubic region or breast

    • B. 

      Being sexually involved with another person at that time

    • C. 

      Vaginal intercourse between a male and female, anal intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, between person regardless of sex and without permission to do so

    • D. 

      Assaulting someone sexually against their will

  • 13. 
    Define spouse
    • A. 

      A person married to an offender at the time of an alleged offense

    • B. 

      A person living with the offender at the time of an alleged offense

    • C. 

      A person engaged to an offender at the time of an alleged offense

  • 14. 
    Define Serious physical harm
    • A. 

      Any physical harm to property that results in loss to the value of the property of $1000 or more

    • B. 

      Any physical harm to property that results in loss to the value of the property of $250 or more

    • C. 

      Any physical harm to property that results in loss to the value of the property of $500 or more

    • D. 

      Any physical harm to property that results in loss to the value of the property of $400 or more