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Can You Pass The Police Force Entrance Exam?

You might think you have what it takes to join the force and take on the bad guys, but could you actually pass a police force entrance exam? Take these 12 quiz questions and find out if you'd make the grade!
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A police department's Special Weapons and Tactics unit is known as which of the following?
Swat
Snipers
Special forces

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When the suspect refused to turn himself in, the police _______ a search warrant.
Executed
Typed up
Issued

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The corner pharmacy has been robbed. The drugs stolen include: $7,000 in analgesics, $19,000 in narcotics, and $400 in miscellaneous medications. Which category of drugs represents the most costly loss to the pharmacy?
Narcotics
Analgesics
Miscellaneous

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____ is a strong belief or feeling about a person, group, or subject.
Prejudice
Discrimination
Stereotyping

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When someone is arrested, the police officer must read their:
Martha Rights
Carrie Rights
Miranda Rights

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The ___ amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects personal privacy.
Fifth Amendment
Second Amendment
First Amendment

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When responding to a burglary alone, what is the first thing that an officer should do?
Call for backup
Park away from the building
Turn off the lights and sirens

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True of false: Officers who use force must complete a written “use of force” report.
True
False

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True or false: Evidence must be collected before an arrest is made.
True
False

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An officer visits three schools a week as part of a drug prevention program. She visits schools 40 weeks out of the year. How many schools does she visit per year?
120
100
110

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If you choose to remain silent rather than revealing incriminating information, you are pleading the:
5th
8th
10th

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Direct, real, and circumstantial relate to:
Investigations
Evidence
Testimonies

C+, Exam Fail

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Unfortunately, you're not ready to join the boys in blue just yet! While you know a bit about law enforcement, you're not quite up to snuff for the police force. Worry not, in taking this quiz, you learned a bit about life as an officer and the rules every citizen must obey!

B+, Exam Pass

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You passed this exam with flying colors! While you may not be all the way ready to join the force just yet, we'd say a career in law enforcement is likely in your future. It's obvious that you have a keen mind for the law and a true interest in policing. Go ahead and get started, you can do it!

A+, Exam Perfection

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You not only passed this quiz, you earned a near perfect score! If anyone is ready to join the police force and dedicate their lives to the law, it's you. You're keen on state and federal laws, personal rights, and the way to truly arrest a suspect. If you're not a cop yet, we think a career in law enforcement might just be in your future!
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1
A police department's Special Weapons and Tactics unit is known as which of the following?
Swat
Snipers
Special forces
2
When the suspect refused to turn himself in, the police _______ a search warrant.
Executed
Typed up
Issued
3
The corner pharmacy has been robbed. The drugs stolen include: $7,000 in analgesics, $19,000 in narcotics, and $400 in miscellaneous medications. Which category of drugs represents the most costly loss to the pharmacy?
Narcotics
Analgesics
Miscellaneous
4
____ is a strong belief or feeling about a person, group, or subject.
Prejudice
Discrimination
Stereotyping
5
When someone is arrested, the police officer must read their:
Martha Rights
Carrie Rights
Miranda Rights
6
The ___ amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects personal privacy.
Fifth Amendment
Second Amendment
First Amendment
7
When responding to a burglary alone, what is the first thing that an officer should do?
Call for backup
Park away from the building
Turn off the lights and sirens
8
True of false: Officers who use force must complete a written “use of force” report.
True
False
9
True or false: Evidence must be collected before an arrest is made.
True
False
10
An officer visits three schools a week as part of a drug prevention program. She visits schools 40 weeks out of the year. How many schools does she visit per year?
120
100
110
11
If you choose to remain silent rather than revealing incriminating information, you are pleading the:
5th
8th
10th
12
Direct, real, and circumstantial relate to:
Investigations
Evidence
Testimonies

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