QUESTION 1

1.    Which of the following is considered the father of modern policing?

QUESTION 2

1.    The 1972 police research experiment that tested the effect of different levels of patrols and challenged the basic assumptions about the effect of patrol on crime was known as the:

QUESTION 3

1.    Giving officers permanent assignments so they can get to know the citizens within their area is part of the ____________ dimension.

QUESTION 4

1.    Cordner’s four dimensions of community policing include all of the following except:

QUESTION 5

1.    All of these are essential elements of community policing except:

QUESTION 6

1.    Whereas traditional policing has been reactive, responding to calls for service, community policing is ____________, anticipating problems and seeking solutions to them.

QUESTION 7

1.    The police image is affected by:

QUESTION 8

1.    According to the text, the public expects the police to:

QUESTION 9

1.    The lowest-ranking and newest patrol officers typically have:

QUESTION 8

1.    According to the text, the public expects the police to:

QUESTION 9

1.    The lowest-ranking and newest patrol officers typically have:

QUESTION 10

1.    The informal values, beliefs, and expectations of officers are known collectively as _______________.

QUESTION 11

1.    The broken windows phenomenon signifies:

QUESTION 12

1.    A sense of community can be undermined by:

QUESTION 13

1.    The “_________________” is the point at which an ordinary, stable phenomenon can turn into a crisis.

QUESTION 14

1.    Using the SARA model, the final step in problem solving is:

QUESTION 15

1.    According to the text, the transition to community policing is made easier by:

QUESTION 16

1.    ________________ assumes that all people within a specific group are the same; they lack individuality.

QUESTION 17

1.    According to the text, police and the media share a common goal of:

QUESTION 18

1.    One component of crime prevention through environmental design is:

QUESTION 19

1.    Some of the unintended consequences of video surveillance are:

QUESTION 20

1.    Eck suggests that _______________ blocking changes to make crime more difficult, riskier, less rewarding or less excusable is one of the oldest forms of crime prevention.

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