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Wednesday, March 6, 2013 11:06 a.m.

 

 

1.       Under New Jersey law a juvenile make be taken into short term custody for a period not exceeding which of the following?

A.       2 Hours
B.       4 Hours
C.       6 Hours
D.       8 Hours

 

2.       During a department training session, the instructor gives a scenario and asks for the appropriate criminal charge.  The scenario involves a driver of a car who causes an accident while operating the vehicle recklessly.  As a result of the accident, the passenger dies.  Which of the following would be the most appropriate charge?

A.       Murder
B.       Manslaughter
C.       Aggravated Manslaughter
D.       None of the Above

 

3.       One who recklessly causes bodily injury to another with a deadly weapon is guilty of Aggravated Assault.

A.       True              B.  False

 

4.       While on patrol, one of your officers calls you via cell phone and advises that a motorist just drove by him and gave him, "the finger."  He has the car stopped and is inquiring which charge he should use.  Which of the following would be the most appropriate answer?

A.          Interference with Transportation  2C:33-14
B.          Disorderly Conduct  2C:33-2
C.          Creating a Hazard  2C:40-1
D.          None of the Above

 

5.       Sgt. Collins just accepted an internal affairs complaint from a citizen unhappy with how she was treated by Ptl. Garas.  Absent extenuating circumstances, Sgt. Collins must notify Ptl. Garas in writing that a complaint has been made against him.

A.       True              B.          False

 

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