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1

What depends on police supervisors who lead their lives and manage their relationships around values and ethics?

Trust

Community-oriented policing services

Problem-oriented policing

Mission

Community-oriented policing services

2

What do police supervisors who lead their lives and manage their relationships around values and ethics do?

They see and believe in a mission that is devoted to serving and helping their customers

They exercise self-discipline and are not afraid of hard work

They know how and where to allocate their time

All of the above

All of the above

3

What depends on police leaders who can convert COPS into operational reality?

The community

The officers

Problem-oriented policing

The goals of a vision/mission statement

Problem-oriented policing

4

What is the action and performance of COPS?

Problem-oriented policing

An operational reality

Community participation

All of the above

Problem-oriented policing

5

_____ gives us a destination, while _____ provides a path to get there.

POP / COPS

COPS / POP

Leaders / COPS

Community / POP

COPS / POP

6

What are the basic elements of COPS and POP?

Officer’s knowledgeable of the community values of the area they serve

Citizen participation

Police officer - citizen communication

All of the above

All of the above

7

What was the purpose of federally funded police-community relations models that sprang up throughout the country?

Encourage communication, promote mutual support, and bring police officers closer to the community

Promote communication with the community, encourage mutual support, and allow officers to work with the community

Experience success through community relations while making the police agencies stronger from within

By providing positive examples of community relations, allow the agencies to communicate better with the citizens, and to build team cohesiveness

Encourage communication, promote mutual support, and bring police officers closer to the community

8

What was burdened by a lack of documented successes and failures?

Community-oriented policing programs

Problem-oriented policing programs

Early team-policing programs

All of the above

Early team-policing programs

9

Agencies with team policing were not aware that the elements of team policing would prove to be incompatible with what other elements?

COPS and POP

Preventive patrol and rapid response to calls for service

Quality and quantity of calls being handled

Federally funded team-policing programs

Preventive patrol and rapid response to calls for service

10

Who instituted a program in the early 1970s and was considered to be the showcase of federally funded team-policing programs?

Holyoke Police Department

Pennsylvania State Police Department

UCLA and Duke Universities

Karl Wallenda

Holyoke Police Department

11

What did the team, in 1970, focus on?

Human relations and language

Traditional cultures of those residing in certain wards

Routine police function

All of the above

All of the above

12

Why is there a greater need today for COPS?

Immigration

Police and citizens do not share common beliefs

The well-being is not understood to be driven by mutual
respect

All of the above

All of the above

and....
"burgeoning immigration of different races and cultures, clustering together in crowded, often sub-standard housing areas, where the police and citizens do not share common beliefs, know or trust one another, or even speak a common language, and where it is not understood that the well-being of each one is driven by mutual respect and engagement from the other."

13

What tactics does crime fighting rely on?

Performance measurements and technology

Patrol and rapid response to calls for service

Follow-up investigation of crimes

All of the above

All of the above

14

How was the police focus on serious crime sharpened?

Developing forensic technology

Screening calls for service

Targeting patrol

All of the above

All of the above

15

Why have the crime fighting tactics been bashed within and outside policing?

For not decreasing the crime statistics

For being proactive rather than reactive

For being reactive rather than proactive

For lack of participation

For being reactive rather than proactive

16

Which is a merit of reactive tactics?

They do not develop the sorts of relationships with citizens that could bias their responses to crime incidents

Covert surveillance

The use of criminal informants

All of the above

They do not develop the sorts of relationships with citizens that could bias their responses to crime incidents

17

What has been created as a proactive tactic to deal with crimes in drug dealing, organized crime, and large-scale crowd disobedience?

Police keep their distance from the community and thereby retain their impartiality

Specialized units that rely on informants

Responding quickly to calls for service

All of the above

Specialized units that rely on informants

18

What do specialized units rely on?

Informants

Covert surveillance

Undercover investigations

All of the above

All of the above

19

What was created in the area of juvenile offenses?

Athletic leagues and they formed partnerships with schools to deal with drug abuse, gang activity, and truancy

Specialized units focusing on juveniles

Law enforcement within the school districts

All of the above

Athletic leagues and they formed partnerships with schools to deal with drug abuse, gang activity, and truancy

20

How is improved crime control achieved?

By being more proactive

By having more community involvement

By building self defense capabilities within the community itself

By going where crimes have occurred and when citizens have summoned them

By building self defense capabilities within the community itself

and...
"-diagnosing and focusing on problems in the specific community that produces specific crimes
-implementing real-time, anticipatory COMPSTAT technology."

21

What would enable the police to leverage the resources of citizen groups and other public agencies to control crime?

Utilizing existing tactics

If the police increase the quantity and quality of their contact with citizens

By showing a more rapid response to calls for service

The crime rate statistics show a drop in the crime rate

If the police increase the quantity and quality of their contact with citizens

22

If officers are taken from patrol and detective units to do problem-oriented or community-oriented policing, when will response times shorten?

When the problem-solving efforts decrease the demands for service by removing the problem that is producing the calls for service

Response times will not shorten, they will increase

When they are able to remove what is causing the problem in the community

When they have more resources to increase police response

When the problem-solving efforts decrease the demands for service by removing the problem that is producing the calls for service

23

Why are longer response times perceived as indicating a loss in crime-fighting bottom-line statistics?

The department values rapid response to crime calls

The community values rapid response to crime calls

The department and the community value rapid response to crime calls

The public and the police value rapid response to crime calls

The public and the police value rapid response to crime calls

24

What is COPS primarily a matter of?

Decentralization and initiative

Philosophy, leadership style, and decentralization

Philosophy, leadership style, and structure

Decentralization, leadership style, and structure

Philosophy, leadership style, and structure

25

What does COPS require?

Transition

Initiative

Decentralization

Structure

Decentralization

26

What does COPS depend on?

Initiative

Decentralization

Structure

Transition

Initiative

27

The emphasis of COPS is changed from the police’s enforcing laws and making arrests to what?

The protection of life and of property

Forming a proactive partnership with the community to solve problems

The transition from traditional policing to the community directing police where to focus

All of the above

Forming a proactive partnership with the community to solve problems

28

What are mission statements revised to reflect?

Initiative

Structure

Transition

Decentralization

Transition

29

What does COPS hinge on?

A need for money

A need for internal transformation and community support

A need for employees

A need for the community striving for law and order

A need for internal transformation and community support

30

What is the traditional view of a police department strategy?

The police department is the key defense against disorder and crime

A major source of strength for maintaining the quality of life is with community involvement

Police should partner with the community

Provide communities with sufficient information

The police department is the key defense against disorder and crime