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REVIEW 1 INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each answer by underlining the letter of your choice on the sheet provided. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. 1. The first known set of laws to survive and be available for study today which intended to establish property and other rights is: a. The Justinian code b. Common law c. The code of Hammurabi * d. The twelve tables 2. The famous Roman twelve tables were written about 450 B.C. and are collection of basic rules related to family, religion, and economic life: a. True * b. False 3. The code of Hammurabi is best describe as: a. Consisting of the institutes, the digest and the code b. One of the first known bodies of law to survive * c. A legal code written around 500 A.D. d. The law in Islamic courts 4. The ancient term “Shi-Reeve” can be translated into contemporary English as: a. Power of the country b. Officer of the country c. Sheriff * d. Officer of the stable 5. When a person was victimized in olden times (England around 1000 A.D.) it was their job to: a. Call the police b. Raise the “hue and cry” * c. Hunt down the offender by themselves d. File a complaint with the local magistrate 6. When a person committed an offense and could be identified, he was usually pursued by an organized_______: a. Party b. Posse * c. Bounty hunter d. Officer 7. Patrol officers who are fresh from training, begin their career as_____: a. Bailiffs b. Day watchmen c. Night watchmen d. Rookies * 8. Who formed the world’s first modern police force: a. Colonel Charles Rowan b. Sir Robert Peel * c. Richard Mayne d. Charles Lynch 9. The Shi-Reeve was: a. The victim of the crime around 1200 A.D. 1

Urban d. Ensure public safety and internal Policy 2 . Decision b. Shire * b. A geographical area roughly equivalent to a county: a. Commune juree 12. The Basic elements of the Police Mission includes all EXCEPT one. The leader of the county * d. the PNP shall be: a. Louis the XIV 14. The authority by which the PNP is to maintain peace and order in the country is: a. a.b. This is a form of social control where all freemen took an oath of fidelity to the king. a. Eugene Francois Vidocq * d. None of these 17. Who was the magistrate who attracted a force of dedicated officers. He became the head of the small detective unit of the Paris police: a. Henry Fielding * c. a. District 13. Order d. Robert Peel d. Law of Draco c. Joseph Fouche * b. Thought 19. A general order d. Peace guilds b. Law of the twelve tables d. As provided by the Philippine constitution of 1987. Napoleon Bonaparte d. Maintain Peace and Order c. Thinking e. This is the law committed to the elimination of class distinctions: a. Prevent and Control Crimes b. Discretion * d. Constitutional mandate * c. Who maintained an elaborate intelligence system that kept the emperor well informed: a. Municipality c. Judgment c. Absorb by the former PC and shall become a national police b. dubbed the Bow Street Runners: a. Jonathan Wild b. Enforce the Law d. Napoleon Bonaparte b. National in scope and Civilian in character * d. National in character and civilian in scope c. The organizer of the posse 10. Legislative mandate b. Frankpledge systems * c. The term used to describe the opportunity of law enforcement officer’s to exercise choice in their daily activities is. An officer of the posse c. Mosaic law * 16. Charles Rowan 11. Louis the XIV 15. A popular demand by the citizenry 18. Eugene Francois Vidocq c. Joseph Fouche c. Law of Retaliation b.

Officers who use pepper spray to disperse a crowd should do the following: 3 . Compulsory retirement * b. Public Administration * 20. 1990 24. January 25. R. All of the above 26. Two other officers are in the front yard of the residence. Officer Vheverly Gador has arrived at the scene of a family disturbance. All EXCEPT one is a type of Police organization: a. You been serving the Police service for more than 21 years and you want to retire because you could no longer accept the system in the service. Span of Control b. Force retirement e. A woman steps up and swings a broken beer bottle at Officer Gador's head. 1998 * c. Staff or Functional Organization 22. Strike her in a departmentally approved target area so she will drop the bottle. Line and Staff Organization e. None of the above 27. R. January 25. Administrative investigation c. What kind of retirement could you avail? a. February 25.e.A 187 d. Dodge her blows and continue on to help the officer being attacked. Unity of command d. * c. February 25.A 8551 was approved on: a. Exemplary retirement d. Personnel administration d. b. services 25. When you refer to the basic limitations that an officer can handle men is under to what kind of principle of police organization? a. Immediately call for more backup.D 765 c. Command principle e. Span of Control * b. What is NOT a staff function? a. Act # 183 23. Line and Staff Operations 21. 1990 d. Chain of Command c. Staff Operations * d. d. R. Matrix organization c. fighting with family members. Scalar principle c. P. Which of the following terms refers to the field of supervisory activities directly related to daily police work? a. The act responsible for the organization of the insular constabulary is known as: a. Line Organization b.A 6975 * b. Try to snatch the beer bottle out of her hand and hope he doesn't get cut. Officer Gador pulls out her departmentally approved nightstick and runs up to help one of the officers. 1998 b. Operational Organization * d. Line Operations e. Ballistics * b. What should she do next? a. Mandatory retirement c.

Officers Tapdazan and Olojan arrive at City Hall to find a mob rocking Mayor Rama's car back and forth in the street. Line police organization b. Bureaucratic police organization 33. Stand downwind of the crowd before spraying. Shout to the crowd to disperse. What should she do next? a. 2. 5. Hierarchal police organization e. Militaristic c. The type of police organizational structure of the Philippine National Police is: a. Cutimar. 28. Service e. Officer Tapdazan shouts to Officer Olojan that she is going to use her pepper spray. d. Direct the spray into the crowd while continuing to order them to disperse. Discretion provides Police Officer’s with a. Warn other officers that pepper spray is about to be deployed. Bureau * b. Area e. 30. Warn the other two officers that he's about to spray the crowd. 3. Jurisdiction 35. Tithing 31.b. Functional police organization c. Order the crowd to disperse. Line Area Route Beat * 34. When they arrive. Warn the crowd that pepper spray is about to be deployed. Stand upwind of the crowd before using the spray. Legalistic d. Order the crowd to stop fighting. d. 1. Provide first aid to anyone who is overcome by the spray. b. Officer Gempero pulls out his canister of pepper spray. Division c. 4. Warn the crowd that he has pepper spray. District 4 . Area d. Take a position upwind of the crowd. * c. Considered as smaller than or subdivision of the Bureau: a. c. Stand downwind of the crowd. d. Officers Gempero. b. Release trouble with immediate supervisor e. * c. Usually the largest in a PNP department that is divided into several divisions: a. Sector c. Sector d. A police department that focuses on working with citizens to improve the quality of life in the community would be using which type of policing style? a. Opportunity to apply Knowledge c. Line and Staff police organization * d. and Atillo are called to the scene of a large fight in front of Joven's Grill. The geographic area to which an officer is assigned for patrol purposes on foot is known as: a. Division * b. Problems in the family 32. What should he do next? a. Opportunity to remove Fear d. Watchman * b. 29. they see around 15 adult males bunched up in the parking lot punching each other. Opportunity to make choices in their daily Activities * b.

a. Scotland d. Sector e. This is a functional unit with in a division. None of the Above 37. Area 40.36. Beat c. Sector d. None of the above 38. District e. The only form of police service that directly attempts to eliminate the desire and opportunity to commit a crime is referred to as: a. Sector d. Beat d. cross road for traffic duties of spot or location for guard duties: a. Hazard * d. Area e. The success of foot patrol in controlling crime was discovered in: a. thing. Anxiety 44. Beat c. A territorial unit with a fixed point or location to which a police officer is assigned such as designated desk at office. London * c. Paris 43. Sector d. Post * b. District * e. beats or post: a. Area A territorial unit with a section or a territorial division: a. Post b. Barrier b. Patrol * b. District 39. Beat c. A territorial unit where the length of street designated for patrol purposes and also called a line beat. Route c. Division c. Danger c. Section * b. Route * c. Area * 42. situation or which if allowed existing may induce accident or cause the commission of a crime is known as: a. England b. District e. Crime prevention 5 . Route b. A territorial unit that has a geographical subdivision of a city for patrol purposes usually with its own station: a. performing a specialized job like theft and robbery. Route b. A territorial unit where an area is containing two or more routes. homicide and anti narcotics: a. Route b. Beat d. Any person. Sector * d. Sector e.

An act governing the organization and management of private security agency. National Security 3. Crime prevention * d. in transit or in transactions: a. R. Operational security 52. Guest security e. Traffic supervision 45. Physical security * b. Hotel security e. c. Document and information security * A type of security that is broadest in type: a. When foot patrol operations are being used the first thing that the officer should do upon arriving at his patrol area is: Blow the whistle Inform the barangay captain Take down the arrival time * Make complete tour 47.None of the above This is the security of industrial plants and business enterprise: a. R. Information b. the kind of knowledge stands independently of the means by which it is obtained and the process by which it is distilled: a. Bank security d.I. Hotel security * c. Hotel security 51. c. Crime suppression b. This is the security for cash and assets which are stored. and government security forces: a. Communication security b. R. V. Industrial security * c. d.A 5748 All EXCEPT one are the aspects of protective security: a. This is the security for hotel guest and their personal effects. Secret d. Crime investigation d. R. b. The reduction / elimination of the desire or opportunity to commit a crime are known as: a. Opinion e.P security d. Bank security * c. Intelligence * c.A 5874 b. Cash security b.A 5784 d.P security d. Ideas 6 . V. company guard forces.A 5487 * c.Bank security d. hotel properties and functions inside the hotel: a. Physical security 2. Physical security b. Crime investigation 46.I. Personnel security 4. Industrial security c. This is the secret knowledge of the enemy. None of the above 53. Crime reduction c.a.

b. Ego). Define as safety from foreign coercion or intimidation. In connection to question 39. Clandestine activities designed to influence events abroad without the role of being apparent. Advisors and Staff c. a. Covert Act d. The source of A-1 information comes from what type of sources in the source of information in the evaluation guide in phase three of intelligence cycle. What is the name for a high-level agent who normally only provides extremely valuable information? a. National Intelligence d. Elicitation * b. a. personal relationship is cultivated. a. infiltrator 62. This takes the form of meeting and getting to know the target. double agent b.54. Covert Intelligence e. Covert Action * b. c. National Leaders b. and trust is built is. In the steps of recruitment in phase one. e. sleeper d. a. Processor 61. A close. Handling 59. Confession 56. Questioning e. ALL EXCEPT ONE are the users of Intelligence: a. b. Covert Method 57. Chief of unit * DPA agent Reports by PNP or AFP troops Interrogation of Captured Enemy Observation of Government/Civilian Employee 60. d.” safety from variety of circumstances and protection of freedom loving people everywhere. National Security * c. Interview c. Ideology. Security b. this means looking for people who have access. Compromise. . A system or plan whereby information of intelligence value is obtained through the process direct intercommunication. Spotting * Selecting Appointing Prospecting Targeting 58. Covert Operation c. Spotting c. Foreign Dignitaries * d. Recruiting * b. National Safety 55. Selecting d. Inviting e. a. Sex falls under what category? 7 a. c. Interrogation d. d. e. Branches of the Armed Forces e. Almost all the motives for becoming such a person are expressed in the acronym MICE (Money. mole * c.

this classifications were classified according to its color. All of the above 64. 66. Tapilot is the Usec. and this is the reason why they (Employees. a. compensation or favor. Secret. Fact means. d. Verified information. b. a. Her action indicates that she is aware of the importance of: Strategic Intelligence United Nation National Alliance National Security * 8 . Ego 63. b. a. e. d. of the Department of National Defense conducted an emergency meeting regarding the threat of possible coercion and intimidation of a foreign country. Information’s purpose is to gain. Fact is one of the terms that have standardized usage in intelligence works. by means of profit. c. d. I. Honey trap * b. c. research and reflection on an intelligence issue Information relating to an intelligence issue d. Delilah c. a. Bait d. Depiction of the manner in which information was obtained. Informant Informer * Snitch Asset 67. a. something known to exist or to have happened * The content of reports. Secrecy and Security are important. Blue * No color specified Red Yellow 68.D / identification Security Clearances * Pass Security Pass Badge 65. In the classification of matter. Gift e. c. d. economically and from security aspect. c.a. Ideology c. The color for confidential is. Secret * Top Secret Confidential Restricted 69. a. confidential and restricted. b. in order to assist in evaluating the likelihood that the context is factual. reward. Compromise * d. Money b. The use of beautiful women in baited situation is known as planting a. Personnel) are required to have____________because their job requires them to have access to classified information that is not only controlled but channeled. A classification of matter that the Information’s and matters the unauthorized disclosure of which would endanger the Nation – politically. b. c. b. The intelligence community work with lists the same way Homeland security works with data bases. Top secret.

e. d. c. d. . Agent 47 is gathering information and analyzing its connectivity of each and the relation of one to other. Drivers Linchpins * Problems Trials Burden 75. c. b. Special Agent Tormis is in-charge with security works with the list the same way the Central Intelligence Agency security works with data bases. This practice is called? a. All three are judge as carrying equal weight as? a.INTERPOL 70. Special Agent Tormis is applying? No I. Certain employees in the different sector required to have security clearances because their job requires them to have access to classified documents. c. Loyalty of her co-Liaison officers who might be a mole and the out come of this examination. the code is virtually unbreakable. In Drivers and Linchpins.D / No entry Security clearance Secrecy and Security * Back ground check 71. Drivers are key variables and unknown factors that analysts judge most likely to determine the outcome of a complex situation. True False * 9 a. Analysis Gathering Connecting the dots * Collation Synthesis 73. Agent Masong has this three uncertain factors. her work is to process information to make it useful to policy makers and Military commanders. d. b. b. Because there are so many possible combinations for such a code (a "simple substitution cipher"). e. Drivers * Linchpins Problems Trials Burden The Analyst’s working assumptions about the situation are referred as. e. This processing of information is called? Gathering Analysis * Collecting Counter Intelligence Information Gathering 72. b. a. Miss yecyec is working in Central Intelligence Division. Assignment in lea4.

d. c. c. b. a. c. e.? Elint * Sigint Photint Radint 84. c. d. c. a. The need for more secure cryptography blossomed in 1844 with the invention of what communications device? Telephone Telegraph * Morse code Radio 77. What U. b. a. 76.a. Name the German intelligence agency responsible for overseas intelligence and counter intelligence during WW II: Gestapo Abwehr * BND DRU NAZI This organization was also known as the Committee for State Security. c. Hard question time: This agency provides intelligence investigations and support for the German government. b. Technical and Geolocation intelligence information derived from foreign noncommunications electromagnetic radiations’ emanating from other than nuclear detonations or radioactive sources is known as. a. c. d. b. b. b. c. d.S organization is responsible for domestic counter-terrorist intelligence gathering? CIA FBI * DEA Bundesnachrichtendienst 85. a. 10 . a. d. b. Russian Intelligence KGB * BND Iron Curtain This agency was the ancestor of today's CIA.. a. e. d. d. b. b.. d. d. One of the triumphs of modern cryptanalysis was the breaking of what cipher used by German U-Boats during World War II? Enigma * Steganos Vigenere Cyptos Pig pen What British intelligence agency is the counterpart of the CIA? MI6 * MI5 SIG SOS The Mossad is the name of the spy agency for what country? Iran Iraq Libya Israel * 80. c. CIS OSS * DNI FBI 83. a.

a. the head of the PNP with the rank_________shall have the position title of ____________. a. d. it say’s that the group of police officers should only be under the control of one superior or ranking officer. a. Agree Disagree Partially agree Partially disagree Can’t decide An applicant who obtained 72 college units could apply in the PNP? Yes No Yes if we will base on R. In the key positions. c. a. chief of police Director . inspector general Director . Agree * Disagree 11 . b. a. BND * DDN SVR GCS 86. a. NAPOLCOM is created for the purpose of effectively discharging the functions prescribed in the Constitution. d. b. a. b. c.S could apply in the PNP.A 6975 was approved on: January 13. c.A 6975 72 college units is no longer applicable * 92. e. d. b. c. a. 1990 March 31. b. e. Any complaint made by an individual person against any member of the PNP shall be brought to the following EXCEPT one: Chief of police Mayor PLEB Governor* 89. b. Under the scalar principle. c. 1990 * 94. 1990 February 13. d. commissioner general 90. d. and a cum laude could apply in the recruitment of the PNP even if the applicant has no NAPOLCOM exam or board examination. b. Unity of command principle * Span of control principle Delegation of authority None of the above R. d. c. An applicant who’s citizenship is Filipino but grown up in the U. b. d. chief of the PNP * Director. An applicant who’s born on year 1991graduate of criminology. e. 1990 December 13. Director general. c. Agree * Disagree Partially agree Partially disagree No comment Appointment for PO1 to SPO IV for regional personnel is done by: Chief of Police Chief PNP Regional Director * NAPOLCOM DILG 88. b. d. b.a. a. c. c. d.

Under R. e. Consult policemen familiar with the area e. a. All of the above 101. A uniformed policeman saturates this particular area during his tour of duty as a foot patroller. Duty Service Honor. Service. e. the __________ has the power to choose the chief of police of his municipality/police station.A 6975 or the PNP law. one (1) of whom shall be designated as Vice-Chairman by the President. c. Chief PNP Director General Mayor * Congressman Governor The Philippine National Police core values are. Find out the total number of index crime per hundred thousand population per month * c. Honor. Geographic area b. Maintains orders and enforces the criminal law. Chairman * Commissioner Supervisor Manager 96. Target policing b. Community policing c. a. What type of policing retains the traditional police goal of professional crime fighting but enlarges the enforcement target to include nontraditional kinds of criminals? a. The most effective method of determining the rate of crime in a particular area is to: a. Partially agree Partially disagree Can’t decide 95. Police beat * c. c. All of the above 102. d. e. b. Honor. d. b. b. a. d. c. Honor. Law Enforcement * Prosecution Court Corrections Community 100. Integrity Service. a. Country 98. A principle of the police organization that say’s police are effective if it enables every officer to play a part in the attainment of the objectives of the police organization. It shall be composed of a _______ and four (4) regular commissioners. b. Patrol district d. The Commission shall be a collegial body within the Department. d. a. This area is called? a. b. Sector e. It initiates the criminal justice system by the arrest of the offender/criminal. Justice * Service. Conduct a community survey b. d. Principle of unity of objective * Scalar principle Principle of authority level Principle of absolute responsibility 99.c. c. d. c. Conduct ocular inspection d. Strategic policing * 12 .

d. This is the security for hotel guest and their personal effects. through proper storage and procedures: Classified security Confidential security Document security * Theft security All of the above 108. 1995 d. A term in England for lock picker. damage. Pro active policing 103. and theft and compromised. Effectively date of R. None of the Above 105. Lupin e. Peter man * d. Detection e. Information security b. d. Measures to prevent or delay the enemy or unauthorized person in gaining information through communication: a. a. Operation security d. e. Stake out d. Long highways b. This is the protection of top ranking officials and other high risk personnel: Close in security Guest security V. c. Infiltration security 109. Illegal fishermen 104. b.A 5487 and its amendments: a.P security * Presidential security 107. e. This is the protection of documents. October 7. In England an owner of a compound used this as it turned out to be more effective and cheapest to maintain: 13 . b. Patrol * b.I. Communication security * c. The concept of creating illusions that policemen are everywhere is a formed of? a.P security Guest security None of the above 106. October 8. None of the above 111. access from unauthorized persons.a. Peter piper b. hotel properties and functions inside the hotel: Communication security Hotel security * V. Investigation c. human guards and even animals. There are many ways of providing protective guarding in a compound. b. There is great importance for the establishment of the PNP Maritime patrol for the reason that our country has: a. a. Vast coastlines * d. Mountainous areas c. d. classified papers and vital records from loss. October 7. 1994 110. c.I. Problem solving policing e. c. Criss-crossing esteros e. and penetrators of restricted areas or rooms: a. Peter pan c. safe cracker. October 8. 1994 * b. 1995 c. Some recommend the use of electronic hardware’s. d.

Directing and Coordinating Planning. Haircut and uniform 117. e. d. e. Philippine Association of Detective and Protective Agency Operators. The three fundamental processes of police administration are: Planning. Company guards. PNP 113. Inc. Philippine Agencies of detective and Protective Agency Operators. a. Line formation b. it is a must for the police to have proper: a. Directing * Planning. Inc. c. a. c. d. The ultimate means of maintaining public order during riot or mob is the used of: Force * Discipline Wedge formation Barricade None of the above 116. Coordinating c. Body guards b. Geese * d. Motivation d. Interlocked armed formation 115. The best formation for the police in controlling riot or mob: a. 114. Complete dispersal without anybody injured * d. agency guards and _________ are three categories of security guards belonging to the “Blue army” as referred to by the former General Fidel V. Successful riot dispersal is measured by: a. Controlling. Philippine Association of Detective and Protective Agency Organization Inc. Recognition from the President of the Philippines 118. Formation and organization e. Tigers and Lions b. Planning * b. d. Controlling and budgeting Planning. Disposition b. Government security guards * c. Training and uniforms b. b. Inc. Dogs 112. Wedge formation *** d. Sentinels d. Media exposure and political acknowledgement e. Organizing and Directing None of the Above 120. To insure success is one of the ultimate purposes of police _________ a. Security guards c. Character c. Ramos: a. PADPAO means: a. a. the____________ of the department will be severely affected. In riot control. Training and discipline * d. b. Diagonal formation c. None of the above 119. Philippine Association of Detective and Protector Agency Operators. When the organizational structure of the police is poor and the organizational concept is poorly understood or applied. b. Absence of injured persons c. Discipline and uniforms c. Short period of dismissal b.a. Efficiency * 14 . Management e.* c.

from the highest to the lowest. Service style * b. such as drug-treatment programs. A style of policing marked by a concern with helping rather than strict enforcement. Service-oriented police agencies are more likely to take advantage of community resources. a. field activities or supervisory activities directly related to dayto-day police work. and coordinating police personnel. than are other types of agencies. and activities in the service of preventing crime. Structure e. The administrative activities of controlling. Administrative style 123. Police ethics * 127. Policing style 125. None of the above 122. Police organizing b. A style of policing marked by a strict concern with enforcing the precise letter of the law. Watch program 124. Organic operations d. Chain of command * c. Stylistic style b. resources. Legalistic style * c. Teamwork 121. None of the above 126. Delegation of command 128. Police standards c. a. Watchman policing is characteristic of lower-class communities where police intervene informally into the lives of residents to keep the peace. and performing regulatory and helping services. Command and control e. The unbroken line of authority that extends through all levels of an organization. Line operations * c. Operational standard e. Police norms b. Watchman style * c. Unity of command b. Community style e. Command responsibility d. Simplistic style d. In police organizations. The special responsibility to adhere to moral duty and obligation that is inherent in police work. a. Police culture e. Sieko watch e. Watchman style d. apprehending criminals. Enforcement style e. a. a. Police cooperation e. Administration is: 15 . Police management * c. a. Watch policing d. recovering stolen property. directing. Wathdog style b. Police Morality d. Police style c. Legalistic departments may take a hands-off approach to disruptive or problematic behavior that does not violate the criminal law. A style of policing marked by a concern for order maintenance. Police operation d. Staff operations b.d. a.

vice control. Special Plans b. Mandatory d. a. then the plan is a. Defective c. Acceptable d. Traffic re-routing plan * d. Effective* b. etc. Suitable b. Extra-departmental plan d. vice. 16 . a. Disagree * c. Partially agree d. traffic. Partially agree a.* Management of traffic officers Rules of engagement Delegation of authority to all police officers 129. An ideal senior police officer must be well-rounded in staff and field work interspersed with police service schooling. Assumption * b. Challenging e. Operational Plans* 131. In preparing a police plan. One of the following is not considered a major police plan. these can be found ina. Can’t determine 137. Collectible 134. b. Partially disagree e.The act of enforcing policies and translating them into effective action. a. c. Facts c. crime investigation. If the plan is efficient. Conference and dialogues are _____________ approaches for promoting confidence.. are referred to as: a. All of the above 130. Suitable * b. cost involved the plan is said to bea. Agree b. Extra-departmental plans c. Tactical plan b. Disagree c. traffic. crime investigation. Observable 135. Tactical plan c.. Feasible * c. To accomplish the purpose of patrol. Procedure plan 132. If the police plan can accomplish the purpose or goal. Agree * b. Operational plan b. when the planner lacks certain facts and these are not immediately plan. Acceptable d. he would use to complete the work – a. All of the above 136. loyalty and interest on the police organization. Operational plan * 133. Analysis daily reports d. etc. Police plans relating to patrol distribution. Feasible c. Tactical Plans d. convenient and timely with the risk. d. Management plan c. Planning work in police headquarters is easy and can be done by young and new police officers without staff planner a.

In the distribution for the investigative workloads. Partially Agree d.d. a. and hence handling must be correspondingly critical a. False * c. a. Disagree * c. a. Partially disagree e. Can’t determine 139. I will assign the less competent police competent police personnel in the auxiliary services as the works therein are not as demanding as in operations a. Under the principles of police organization. police plans must not be highly classified so that more concerned members can appreciate them for implementation purposes a. True b. False c. a. Neither 17 . False * c. False * 144. Inspection is one of the staff functions in police administration. Neither 147. True * b. True * b. False c. It is ideal that their plans for all activities in the police unit to include those for emergencies so that when the bell rings. Of all the police plans. all the commander has to do is to pull out the folder containing the plan. True * b. True * b. Can’t determine 138. The backbone or primary line of any type of police station is the patrol force a. staff officers for plans must be busy making and updating plans which can occupy his full tour of duty as staff officer at headquarters. operational. False 143. False 142. Neither 145. Neither 146. False c. False 140. Police personnel assigned to juvenile need not have any background in sociology. False 141. The purpose for a management survey of a police organization or unit is to find out defects of the police force. As a commander. intelligence plans are the most highly sensitive and classified. a. Ordinarily. Agree b. the supervisor should thoroughly consider the specific skills of his men to a particular criminal work for obvious reasons a. Partially disagree e. True b. For this reason. each individual unit or situation shall be under immediate control of only one superior. Plans whether administrative. or procedural must be updated only from higher headquarters a. True b. True b. True * b. psychology or social anthropology as their work pertains only prevention and apprehension of juvenile crimes or violations. Neither * 148. True * b.

Operational plans are police plans. False c. relating to patrol distribution. False c. crime investigation.149. True * b. True * b. traffic and vice control a. Comprehensive operational programs are regular and meeting unusual needs programs which the operations officers prepares at Police District Level a. Neither 18 . Neither 150.

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