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T OR F: 

A long-term undercover investigation is typically called a \"deep cover\" operation. 


TRUE

Which informant\'s information is probably the most valuable to an investigation\'s success? 


a criminal or thier associates
T OR F: 

In the undercover world, getting burned means to be arrested. 


TRUE

Which is the first step in the intelligence gathering process?  


target selection

T OR F: For a consent search to be valid, the police officer does not have to advise the suspect of his or her Miranda rights. 


TRUE
T OR F: 

While conducting an interview, officers should listen extensively rather than dominating the conversation. 


TRUE
T OR F: 

An investigative detention is synonymous with a consensual encounter.  


FLASE
T OR F: 


The RISS projects are funded on a yearly basis by the United States Congress, and its primary purpose is to provide the means to share criminal intelligence among member agencies. 

 
TRUE

Proactive investigations typically involve which type of crime? 


vice

Which of the following statements most clearly indicates entrapment?


If you sell me some pot, I\'ll get you a job at the mill.   
T OR F: 

Event flow analysis is the most commonly used method of investigating drug kingpins. 


FALSE

Raul Harrington\'s confession was ruled inadmissible by a court of law because he had been deprived of food and water for many hours before confessing.  Which best describes his treatment? 


duress

Surveillance is a process that allows investigators to


observe a suspect without arousing his/her suspicions. 
T OR F: 

Courts have ruled that police departments should avoid paying informants and exchanging leniency for information due to entrapment issues. 


FALSE
Citizens are guaranteed the following three classes of rights under which U.S. Amendment that was passed in 1868?
the Fourteenth Amendment
T OR F: 

According to your text, informants are primarily used in the investigation of wrongful death crimes. 

 
FALSE
One of the primary investigative tools used in working undercover that typically makes the introduction is/are: 
 I.         The informant

What is the final stage of the intelligence process? 
dissemination of information  
T OR F:

A search warrant return report must be turned in within twelve hours of a search. 

 
FALSE
T OR F: 

The use of the polygraph is of little use to police since court admissibility is doubtful. 


FALSE
T OR F : 

The Miranda warning applies only to custodial interrogations, not when the suspect is free to leave. 


TRUE

Undercover officers must be careful not to entrap suspects. Entrapment occurs when undercover agents


induce someone to commit a crime. 
T OR F: 

A police informant may legitimately conduct \"controlled\" undercover transactions. 


TRUE

Which person has been \"flipped\"? 


Dante, who has agreed to provide information about an associate in exchange for his own charges being dropped  
Which is true regarding arrests in the United States
Making an arrest is a dangerous action for a police officer to undertake
Which of the following is the most true regarding the fleeing felon rule
the use of deadly force unarmed, nonviolent felons who are fleeing in unlawful

Which is true regarding police interviews? 


The tone of a police interview should be formal but somewhat relaxed.  
T OR F: 

Bill Smith says to a police interrogator, \"Did I kill Tom Jones?  What if I did?  You have no proof.\"  Bill Smith\'s comments are admissions not confessions. 


TRUE
Which Supreme court case redefined the \"fleeing felon rule\"
Tennessee v Garner
Which is best illustrated by the following scenario?
 

Bill Monroe matches a description of a burglary suspect from an incident that occurred last night. Monroe is stopped by a police officer and is asked questions about his activities the night before. Monroe believes that he cannot leave; thus, he stays and answers the officer\'s questions. 

 
an investigative detention
T OR F: 

Mercenary informants give information in exchange for a fee. 


TRUE
T OR F:

The probable cause requirement is the most important component to an officer\'s authority to search and seize. 

 
TRUE
Which best describes the results for the Christopher Commission?
guidelines that police are to exercise the minimum amount of force necessary to control a suspect
T OR F: 

The plain-view doctrine states that officers on a sidewalk who see marijuana plants through the window of a home may enter that home and confiscate the evidence without a warrant.


FALSE
Which piece of information will not be included on the search warrant affidavit?
who owns the search for item
T OR F: 

The \"immediate area\" of a vehicle is defined as the entire passenger compartment including closed but not locked containers. 


TRUE
T OR F: 

The Supreme Court ruled in the Terry case that the practice known as \"stop and frisk\" is invalid unless the officer has probable cause to believe a crime has been committed. 


FALSE
T OR F: 

Once consent to a warrantless search has begun, the search may continue even if the suspect changes his mind about the search. 


FALSE
Which are examples of excessive force used by a police officer?
III, IV
 

Chemical gas against a protestor who refuses to leave a courtroom, Taser on a middle school student (12 years old) who spits at the officer
T OR F: 

Those vehicles used by undercover investigators must be kept \"clean,\" which means those cars should be not be filled with trash or superfluous papers that could be confusing to other support officers.  


FALSE
T OR F: 

There is no reason why most police organizations should not utilize undercover agents. 


FALSE
T OR F: 

The Carroll doctrine relates to warrantless searches of automobiles. 


TRUE
T OR F: 

Interrogations should be handled by a team of four officers, one who conducts the questioning procedure, and three others who act as witnesses and encourage the suspect to speak. 


FALSE
T OR F: 

When an officer concludes that a crime was committed and that the suspect probably committed it, probable cause is immediately established. 


TRUE
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