G2 Criminal Investigation to duties and responsibilities - PCJS
  • 1. One of the most important functions of the police is _____?
A) vestigare
B) Investigare
C) Criminal investigation
D) Investigation
  • 2. Means to track or to trace
A) Criminal Investigation
B) Investigation
C) Investigare
D) Vestigare
  • 3. Means to search into
A) Criminal Investigation
B) Vestigare
C) Investigation
D) Investigare
  • 4. Is a systematic and thorough examination or inquiry into something or someone (the collection of facts or information) and the recording of this examination or inquiry in a report.
A) Criminal Investigation
B) Investigare
C) Vestigare
D) Investigation
  • 5. All is an investigation that can be considered successful if, EXCEPT ONE.
A) Determine the truth regarding a specific crime
B) Available information from witnesses and suspects
C) Logical sequence
D) Obtains all available physical evidence
  • 6. Three I's of criminal investigation, these are
A) Investigation, interview and interrogation, and information
B) Interrogation, instrumentation, and investigation
C) Information, interview and interrogation, and instrumentation
D) Interrogation, Interview, and information
  • 7. Is the questioning of a suspect in order to obtain his confession.
A) Interview
B) Instrumentation
C) Interrogation
D) Investigation
  • 8. is the utilization of the different police sciences in the processing of the crime scene, collection and examination of the evidence collected in order to ascertain the identity of the suspect, the victim and to establish what crime has been committed.
A) Investigation
B) Instrumentation
C) Interrogation
D) Interview
  • 9. Is the process of collecting information from witness or people who have information regarding a crime committed.
A) Instrumentation
B) Investigation
C) Interview
D) Interrogation
  • 10. Objectives of criminal investigation can be summarized as follows:
A) to identify and locate the suspect; and to provide evidence of his guilt.
B) to locate the suspect; and to provide evidence of his guilt.
C) to identify the suspect; and to provide evidence of his guilt.
D) to gather information; and to provide evidence of his guilt.
  • 11. He shall supervise and inspect all public and licensed places even not within his area of responsibilities.
A) True
B) False
  • 12. He shall respond readily and report punctually to all assignments.
A) False
B) True
  • 13. He shall available for duty at all times in case of special needs or emergencies.
A) True
B) False
  • 14. If the police officer doesn't perform the duties and responsibilities that assigned to them, are they called a responsible officer?
A) YES
B) NO
  • 15. If the police officer is out for duty is he/shes not responsible for duties and responsibilities?
A) YES
B) NO
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