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Devry CRMJ 420 Week 8 Final Exam

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Devry CRMJ 420 Week 8 Final Exam

Question 1 5 pts

(TCO 1): The ongoing cycle of Supreme Court decisions in criminal investigation cases and the adaptation to them by the police has _______________.
Group of answer choices

  • slowed police professionalization
  • hastened police professionalization
  • had no effect on the police
  • handcuffed the police

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Question 2 5 pts
(TCO 2): Legal searches and seizures can be made in all of the following situations except __________.
Group of answer choices

  • when a warrant has been issued
  • for a motor vehicle
  • without consent
  • when an emergency (exigent circumstances) exists

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Question 3 5 pts

(TCO 3): Skeletal, burned, and mutilated remains can best be identified by _____________.
Group of answer choices

  • carbon dating
  • fingerprints
  • the use of dental records
  • using combinations of physical and circumstantial evidence

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Question 4 5 pts

(TCO 4): When one refers to the layer checking technique in arson investigation, what is being described is
Group of answer choices

  • the process of checking through the layers of material stacked on top of each other after a fire.
  • the analysis of materials for the presence of an accelerant.
  • the investigation of all suspects, beginning with the prime suspect and working down to the least likely suspect.
  • the method used to identify the most likely motive.

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Question 5 5 pts

(TCO 5): The ________ is administered by the FBI and provides detailed, descriptive information about criminal offenses.
Group of answer choices

  • UCR
  • NCIC
  • FCIC
  • NIBRS

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Question 6 5 pts

(TCO 6): The liquid most commonly used for removal of firearm residues from the hand is __________.
Group of answer choices

  • plain water
  • alcohol
  • a diluted solution of acid
  • undiluted acid

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Question 7 5 pts

(TCO 7): In robbery cases, the most common type of evidence is produced by _____________.
Group of answer choices

  • searching the line of flight from the scene
  • the crime scene technician
  • interviews of victims and witnesses
  • victims studying the known and active mug file

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Question 8 5 pts

(TCO 7): Robberies are highest in what month?
Group of answer choices

  • January
  • April
  • August
  • December

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Question 9 5 pts

(TCO 7): Which of the following best describes the persons most often arrested for burglary?
Group of answer choices

  • Young females under 25
  • Middle-aged males
  • White males
  • Males between 30 and 40

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Question 10 5 pts

(TCO 7): Most residential burglaries are characterized by entry through a ________.
Group of answer choices

  • window
  • roof
  • the point that was unlocked
  • door

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Question 11 5 pts

(TCO 7): The purpose of running a file check on robbery victims is to see if ______________.
Group of answer choices

  • there are any outstanding warrants on them
  • they gave their true identity
  • they have a history of making robbery complaints
  • All the above

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Question 12 5 pts

(TCO 7): Which of the following is a staged automobile accident with fraudulent intent?
Group of answer choices

  • Scooping
  • Sudden impact
  • Swoop and squat
  • Bang-bang

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Question 13 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): Regarding the proper clothing to wear while testifying in court, all authorities agree that
Group of answer choices

  • a uniform should always be worn while testifying.
  • civilian clothes should always be worn while testifying.
  • the investigator should wear what he or she was wearing at the time of the arrest.
  • regardless of what is worn, it should be neat and clean.

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Question 14 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The type of computer crime that involves changing data is called __________.
Group of answer choices

  • computer rigging
  • computer changing
  • computer manipulation
  • computer redesign

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Question 15 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): In order for a successful salvage switch operation to work, the thief must be able to acquire a salvaged vehicle that
Group of answer choices

  • has all identifying numbers removed.
  • is no more than three model years old.
  • has all major component parts, even if some of those parts are severely damaged.
  • is accompanied by the VIN, plate, and title.

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Question 16 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): Which of the following is not an opium-derived drug?
Group of answer choices

  • Morphine
  • Heroin
  • Atropine
  • Demerol

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Question 17 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): Illicit cocaine is sold ___________.
Group of answer choices

  • in sugar cubes
  • in liquid form
  • in a white, translucent, crystalline powder
  • as a brown or tan powder

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Question 18 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): Which of the following contributes to or causes the problems associated with investigating the theft of heavy equipment?
Group of answer choices

  • The absence of titling and registration requirements
  • The lack of a uniform vehicle identification numbering system\
  • The lack of an effective inventory control system
  • All of the above

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Question 19 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The vehicle parts that have the greatest value in a chop shop operation are
Group of answer choices

  • those with identifiable numbers.
  • those with no identifiable numbers.
  • the costliest parts.
  • the unpainted parts.

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Question 20 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The process of title “washing” involves
Group of answer choices

  • replacing a title that is destroyed by water or by an act of God.
  • replacing a title that is literally washed with clothes.
  • removing a brand from a title.
  • removing a lien satisfaction from a title.

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Question 21 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): Speedballing is a slang word used to describe the simultaneous ingestion, usually through injection, of ______________.
Group of answer choices

  • heroin and PCP
  • PCP and cocaine
  • cocaine and LSD
  • heroin and cocaine

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Question 22 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The ________ is engaged in preventing and investigating ________.
Group of answer choices

  • Secret Service, terrorism
  • U.S. Patriot Act 2001, spies
  • National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC), cyberterrorism
  • National Agency for Counterintelligence, counterespionage

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Question 23 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The first step in a digital forensics process is _______________.
Group of answer choices

  • authentication of data
  • acquisition of data
  • imaging the evidence drive
  • wiping the analysis drive

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Question 24 5 pts

(TCOs 8, 9, and 10): The _________ is responsible for the comprehensive national strategy on preventing, responding to, and recovering from terrorist attacks in the United States.

Group of answer choices

  • FBI
  • Office of Internal Security
  • Office of Domestic Security
  • Office of Homeland Security

Question 25 5 pts

(TCO 10): Suspicion plus facts and circumstances that lead a reasonable person, who exercises ordinary caution, under the same circumstances, to believe that a crime has been, is being, or is about to be committed is a definition of ______________.

Group of answer choices

  • in-presence arrest
  • probable cause
  • investigative detention
  • the requirements of an arrest warrant

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Question 26 5 pts

(TCO 10): Procedural law deals with all of the following except _____________.

Group of answer choices

  • the process of arrest
  • the admissibility of evidence
  • Search and seizure
  • the elements of a crime

Question 27 25 pts

(TCO 2): Distinguish for what reasons courts will allow searches incident to lawful arrests.

Question 28 25 pts

(TCO 3, 4): Assess the investigative procedures for securing various types of evidence. Evaluate the steps taken to secure the following items found at a crime scene: socks, shoes, hats, hair fibers, and firearms.

Question 29 30 pts

(TCO 7): Analyze and discuss the profile of those arrested for burglary.

Question 30 30 pts

(TCO 7): Analyze and discuss what considerations are required as an investigator approaches the scene of a robbery.

Question 31 30 pts

(TCO 9): Analyze and describe some of the principal investigative steps used in determining whether a vehicle fire involving an explosion is accidental or intentional.

Question 32 30 pts

(TCO 10): Evaluate and discuss the factors that affect the credibility of the investigator as a witness.