Sergeant's Quiz 2
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Sunday, January 13, 2013 8:09 a.m.
1. Vehicular pursuits must
be undertaken by a primary and secondary vehicle. However, additional
vehicles can join the pursuit if authorized by a supervisor.
A. True B. False
2. Which of the following
is not an example of Constructive Authority?
A. Use of the law enforcement officer’s
authority to exert control over a subject
B. Verbal commands, gestures, warnings, and unholstering a weapon
C. Pointing a firearm at a subject is an element of constructive
authority to be used only in appropriate situations
D. All of the above are examples of Constructive Authority
3. You are working a
carnival when you notice a man pointing a green laser at a helicopter
which is flying over. Aside from federal charges which may follow, which
of the following would be the appropriate charge?
A. Interference with Transportation
B. Reckless Endangerment
C. Both A and B
D. None of the above
4. You are giving a block
of instruction on driver safety at the local high school when one of the
students asks if there is a speed limit for driving over sidewalks.
Which of the following would be the most correct answer?
A. 3 MPH
B. 4 MPH
C. 5 MPH
D. There is no such rule
5. Your agency is holding a
random drug test. You overhear an officer saying that the test is
against his rights and he's not taking it. He asks you what they could
do to him. Which of the following would be the best answer?
A. Immediately suspend him from
B. Terminate him after determining he refused to take the test
C. Allow him one chance to get treatment if he needs it
D. Both A and B
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