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A Law Enforcement Holiday Quiz

A Law Enforcement Holiday Quiz

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Are you an effective report writer? Take this holiday-themed report writing quiz to evaluate your skills.
Are you an effective report writer? Take this holiday-themed report writing quiz to evaluate your skills.

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Published by: Jean Rafenski Reynolds on Dec 14, 2013
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A Law Enforcement Holiday Quiz
Instructions: You’re about to read 10 excerpts from imaginary reports with a holiday theme. Make any corrections that would enhance the report. o to http:!!www.scribd.com!doc!1"1#$%"$1!&aw'(nforcement')oliday'*ui+',nswers for suggested answers.1. I -uestioned udolph about the problems he was experiencing. )e ad/ised that the other reindeer were calling him names. I asked udolph what names they were calling him. )e ad/ised that they were calling him ed eak and osy 2osy.3. ishop 2icholas denied that he intended to break the widows window. )e said he was tring to toss bags of money to ser/e as dowrys for her three unmarried daughter4s. )e said he though the window was open when he through the  bags.%. Mr. &ane ad/ised me that he had purchased the birds as a gift for his girlfriend. I asked how many birds he had and what kinds they were. )e ad/ised me that they included a partridge5 two turtledo/es5 three 6rench hens5 four calling birds5 and se/en swans a'swimming. I asked if he was aware of local regulations regarding ownership of poultry. )e responded that the birds were a gift for his girlfriend. I asked where she li/ed. )e said she resided in a domicile outside city limits with no restrictions about keeping birds.#. I determined that Mrs. 7arker was telling the truth about two boys named 8cut 6arkus and ro/er 9ill that had attacked her nine'year'old son alphie 7arker.. ;pon examining <ing Melchior4s paperwork5 I ascertained that the gold in his possession legitimately belonged to him and was indeed intended to ser/e as a gift to a new king whose abode the <ing and his two royal companions were seeking.$. Mrs. 8mith is the owner of the ethlehem =o+y Inn. I -uestioned her about two suspicious persons reportedly seen in the /icinity of an outbuilding on her property. >he abo/ementioned innkeeper confirmed that  permission had been granted for a young couple to inhabit the premises for a nighttime period on account of the o/ercrowded inns in the ethlehem www.Your7olice?rite.com
 
and surrounding areas during the period of the census.@. An 9ecember 3# at approximately 11:0 pm5 I was dispatched to in/estigate a report of a suicidal man at edford 6alls ridge. ;pon arri/al5 the man5 eorge ailey5 was -uestioned5 and it was determined that he was contemplating Bumping off the bridge to his death. Medical assistance was sought.C. I ad/ised =lement =lark Moore that neighbors had called "11 to complain about a noisy disturbance on the Moore4s roof. Moore ad/ised that a team of reindeer5 a sled full of gifts5 and an o/erweight dri/er had landed on the roof about %0 minutes pre/iously. Moore agreed that the /isitor was exuberant and o/erly loud. I reminded Moore about the town4s noise ordinance5 which mandates -uiet acti/ities after 11 pm. Moore ga/e the /isitor4s address as >he 2orth 7ole. Moore did not ha/e a telephone number or email address for the /isitor. Moore promised to try to contact the man about making less noise in future /isits.". Mr. =rosby ad/ised me that he was depressed about the lack of flaky5 white5 crystalli+ed5 frigid precipitation this year. I ad/ised him to make an appointment to talk with a mental'health professional. , brochure listing local pro/iders was gi/en to Mr. =rosby.10. =indy'&ou ?ho was inter/iewed and asked to pro/ide a description of the intruder who had stolen her families4 =hristmas tree and gifts. 8he ad/ised that he was male5 tall5 and green in color. )e had slanting eyes. I asked what he was wearing. 8he ad/ised he was wearing a red Backet and a stocking hat trimmed in white.11. onus: ewrite the information below in bullet style.Mr. 8crooge described the intruder as a male ghost5 about 4 11. >he intruder had spectacles on his head5 which was wrapped with a blue kerchief. >he ghost5 whom Mr. 8crooge identified as his former partner Dacob Marley5 was wearing a brown waistcoat5  black tights5 and black shoes. ,ccording to Mr. 8crooge5 Marley was dragging a chain approximately 14 long. >he chain was made of hea/y iron links connected to ledgers5 www.Your7olice?rite.com

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