Review Question

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 21
  • Published : May 1, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
1. It is the collection of facts in order to accomplish the three-fold aims? A. Criminal Law
B. Criminal Investigation
C. Information
D. Interview

2. refers to the reason or cause why a person or group of persons will perpetrate a crime. A. Motive
B. Opportunity
C. Instrumentality
D. Need

3. is the means or implement used in the commission of the crime. A. Motive
B. Opportunity
C. Instrumentality
D. Need

4.consists of the acts of omission and/or commission by a person (the victim) which enables another person or group of persons (the criminal/s) to perpetrate the crime. A. Motive
B. Opportunity
C. Instrumentality
D. Need

5. is a lawful clandestine intelligence and detective networking to gather information and evidences to determine with certainty the commission of a crime, the identity of the perpetrators thereof, and as may be necessary, to arrest the culprits under those instances as authorized by law. A. Police Operation

B. Police investigation
C. Police Planning
D. Police Procedure

6. The action of initiating a meticulous inquiry to a formal complaint filed by the private aggrieved party or public complainant after the fact of the incident, but no arrest can be legally effected against the suspect as the circumstances attendant thereto are not those specifically allowed by law, is what is called . A. Police Operation

B. Police investigation
C. Police Planning
D. Police Procedure

7. Three -fold aims of Criminal Investigation.
A. to identify the guilty party;
B. to locate the guilty party;
C. to provide evidence of his (suspect) guilt.
D. All of the above.

8. Data gathered by an investigator from other persons including the victim himself. A. Information
B. Interview
C. Motive
D. Opportunity

9. Skillful questioning of witnesses and suspects.
A. Information
B. Interview
C. Motive
D. Instrumentaion

10.Scientific examination of real evidence, application of instrument and methods of the physical sciences in detecting crime. A. Information
B. Interview
C. Motive
D. Instrumentaion

11.Investigator must know the elements of crime understand and be able to apply investigative techniques and be able to work with many different types of people.
A. Intellectual characteristics
B. Psychological characteristics
C. Physical characteristics
D. Criminal Investigation

12.Effective investigators are emotionally well balance, detached, inquisitive, suspecting, discerning, self-disciplined and persevering. A. Intellectual characteristics
B. Psychological characteristics
C. Physical characteristics
D. Criminal Investigation

13. If an injured person is on the scene, arrange for medical attention, identification and removal A. Provide emergency assistance
B. Secure the crime scene
C. Photograph, videotape and sketch
D. Take notes

14.Ensure its protection by using other policemen or other responsible persons to keep witnesses, suspects and victim(s) who are present from disturbing the scene. A. Provide emergency assistance

B. Secure the crime scene
C. Photograph, videotape and sketch
D. Take notes

15.Supply the maximum information and to understand how the crime was committed. to visualize objects and scenes pertinent to the case A. Provide emergency assistance
B. Secure the crime scene
C. Photograph, videotape and sketch
D. Take notes

16. Notes become permanent records in the case and have the inherent integrity of records prepared in the performance of official duties. A. Provide emergency assistance
B. Secure the crime scene
C. Photograph, videotape and sketch
D. Take notes

17.Collect physical evidence with adequate sampling considering the quantity available at the crime scene and the amount needed for the laboratory test A. Provide emergency assistance
B. Secure the crime scene
C. Photograph, videotape and sketch
D. Search for, obtain and process physical evidence

18. Preparation of Reports and Filing of...
tracking img