Sergeant's Quiz 4
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February 1, 2013 12:32 a.m.
1. It is legitimate to negotiate a
forfeiture settlement when negotiating a criminal disposition.
However, a reasonable disposition of possible or pending criminal
charges should not be comprised to obtain a greater forfeiture of
2. The agency responsible for the
statewide investigation and monitoring of bias incidents is which of the
A. New Jersey State Police Bias Unit
B. Office of Bias Crime and Community Relations in the Division of
C. Attorney Generalís Office of Bias Investigations and Community
D. Statewide Unit of Bias Investigations and Community Affairs
3. You and your officers respond to a
possible domestic at a department store at approximately 9:30 p.m. Upon
arrival, the complainant advises that she and her ex-husband had an
argument, but there was no physical contact. He came to the store where
she works to discuss visitation with their children. She also advises
that she has no-contact order but it is from Maryland, not New Jersey.
She produces the order which appears to be valid, but it is late and
there is no way to confirm its authenticity as the courts are all
closed. One of your officers asks what they should do. Which of the
following would be the best answer?
A. Document the incident and follow up
on the next business day with the Maryland Court system to determine if
the order is valid
B. Explain to the woman that New Jersey only honors orders taken out in
a New Jersey court
C. Encourage the woman to sign a complaint for domestic violence
D. Arrest the man and charge him with violating a restraining order
4. According to the New Jersey Attorney
General Guidelines, which of the following shall be the number one
priority for every law enforcement agency in New Jersey?
A. Community Policing
B. Narcotics Enforcement
C. Keeping the Highways Safe
D. Protecting Children
5. The maximum bail for a person
charged with a crime of the fourth degree or a disorderly personsís
offense is $2,500.00 unless the court finds that the person is a serious
threat to the physical safety of potential evidence or of persons
involved in circumstances surrounding the alleged offense.
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