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Community Policing- Partnerships for Problem Solving, 8e Miller TB Exam Chapters 1 to Chapter 16. All Answers provided

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CHAPTER 16: WHAT RESEARCH TELLS US AND A LOOK TO THE FUTURE. All Answers

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CHAPTER 16: WHAT RESEARCH TELLS US AND A LOOK TO THE FUTURE 1. The NIJ’s Locally Initiated Research Partnerships in Policing usually involves partnerships between the local police department or other law enforcement agency and a. elementary schools throughout the state. b. a local university...

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CHAPTER 15: UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING TERRORISM: All Answers

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CHAPTER 15: UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING TERRORISM 1. Which weapons of mass destruction do most experts predict terrorists will use? a. Nuclear b. Biological c. Explosives d. Computers 2. According to the text, which of the following is not an act of terrorism? a. Million Man March...

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CHAPTER 14: UNDERSTANMDING AND PREVENTING VIOLENCE: All Answers

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CHAPTER 13: THE CHALLENGE OF GANGS 1. Indicators of gang activity include a. graffiti. b. open sale of drugs. c. intimidation assaults. d. All of the above 2. According to the text, gangs are identified by all of the below except: a. Name b. Turf concerns c. Symbols, colors, ...

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CHAPTER 13: THE CHALLENGE OF GANGS. All Answers

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CHAPTER 13: THE CHALLENGE OF GANGS 1. Indicators of gang activity include a. graffiti. b. open sale of drugs. c. intimidation assaults. d. All of the above 2. According to the text, gangs are identified by all of the below except: a. Name b. Turf concerns c. Symbols, colors, ...

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CHAPTER 12: BRINGING YOUTHS INTO COMMUNITY POLICING. All Answers

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CHAPTER 12: BRINGING YOUTHS INTO COMMUNITY POLICING 1. Forman contends that community policing has not reached its full potential because a critical group has largely been left out of the new policing model. Who is this critical group? a. Young adults b. Youths c. Both a and b d. None of...

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CHAPTER 11: COMMUNITY POLICING AND DRUGS. All Answers

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CHAPTER 11: COMMUNITY POLICING AND DRUGS 1. The phrase “war on drugs” was coined by a. Franklin D. Roosevelt. b. Richard Nixon. c. Bill Clinton d. George H.W. Bush 2. In 1914, the Harrison Act made ________________ certain drugs illegal. a. buying b. selling c. using d....

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CHAPTER 10: SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS AND COMMUNITIES FROM TRAFFIC PROBLEMS TO CRIME. All Answers

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CHAPTER 10: SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS AND COMMUNITIES FROM TRAFFIC PROBLEMS TO CRIME 1. The Community Policing Consortium is a. an online “chat room” for law enforcement officers involved in community policing. b. an evaluation board of retired law enforcement administrators who assess the effect...

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CHAPTER 09: EARLY EXPERIMENTS IN CRIME PREVENTION AND THE EVOLUTION OF CUMMUNITY POLICI NG STRATEGIES. All Answes

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CHAPTER 09: EARLY EXPERIMENTS IN CRIME PREVENTION AND THE EVOLUTION OF CUMMUNITY POLICI NG STRATEGIES 1. According to the text, when evaluating the success of crime prevention programs, they should be carefully examined for all of the following reasons except: a. Measuring what did not happen is ...

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CHAPTER 08: FORMING PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE MEDIA. All Answers

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CHAPTER 08: FORMING PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE MEDIA 1. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right a. against search and seizure. b. against self incrimination. c. against cruel and unusual punishment. d. to free speech. 2. What type of relationship do the police and...

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CHAPTER 07: BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS A CORNERSTONE OF COMMUNITY POLICING. All Answers

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CHAPTER 07: BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS A CORNERSTONE OF COMMUNITY POLICING 1. Traditional policing expected community members to remain in the background. That meant most citizen–police interactions were a. negligible contacts. b. negative contacts. c. negotiated contacts. d. necessary con...

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CHAPTETR 06: COMMUNICATING WITH A DIVERSE POPULATION. All Answers

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CHAPTETR 06: COMMUNICATING WITH A DIVERSE POPULATION 1. The communication process involves a. a sender. b. a message. c. a receiver. d. All of the above 2. Discrimination and prejudice are different but related. Some examples of discrimination include a. giving warnings to females...

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CHAPTER 05: IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY POLICING: All Answers

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CHAPTER 05: IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY POLICING 1. All of the following are considered “participatory style” styles of leadership except: a. Go by the book b. Teamwork c. Trust employees d. Problem solving 2. According to the text, the transition to community policing is made easier ...

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CHAPTER 04: PROBLEM SOLVING: PROACTIVE POLICING. All Answers

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1. Which of the following is not a basic element in a problem-solving approach? a. Grouping incidents as problems b. Adopting a reactive stance c. Seeking the ultimate goal of effectiveness d. Focusing on substantive problems as the heart of policing 2. Problem-solving policing requir...

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CHAPTER 03: UNDERSTADNING AND INVOLVING THE COMMUNITY. All Answers

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1. What is the system operating in most states that removes juvenile status offenders and delinquents from the jurisdiction of the courts when possible? a. Plea Bargaining b. Charge Bargaining c. Diversion d. Parole 2. What city, in 1985, hosted its first citizen police academy? a. ...

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CHAPTER 02: INSIDE POLICE AGENCIES UNDERSTANDING MISSION AND CULTURE. All Answers.

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CHAPTER 02: INSIDE POLICE AGENCIES UNDERSTANDING MISSION AND CULTURE

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CHAPTER 01: THE EVOLUTION OF COMMUNITY POLICING. All Answers.

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CHAPTER 01: THE EVOLUTION OF COMMUNITY POLICING 1. The first strategic era of policing was known as the ________________ era. a. community b. progressive c. reform d. political 2. Community policing a. is the result of government intervention techniques. b. is focused on its ev...

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