21. Justification of the use of deadly force via the “fleeing felon” rule can be traced to: a. Engli

21. Justification of the use of deadly force via
the “fleeing felon” rule can be traced to:

a.

English Common Law.

b.

the landmark Tennessee v.
Garner case.

c.

the landmark Graham v.
Conner case.

d.

the Federal Law Enforcement
Training Center (FLETC) guidelines.

22. Which of the following is not commonly
identified as a factor related to police shootings?

a.

Firearms availability in the
community

b.

Administrative policies

c.

Social conflict

d.

Poverty levels

23. What U.S. Supreme Court case deemed the
use of deadly force against an unarmed and non-dangerous fleeing felon an
illegal seizure under the Fourth Amendment?

a.

Tennessee v. Garner

b.

Graham v. Conner

c.

Gregg v. Georgia

d.

U.S. v. Weeks

24. What U.S. Supreme Court decision set forth
the “reasonable officer” standard for police use of deadly force?

a.

Williams v. New York

b.

Graham v. Connor

c.

Sherman v. California

d.

Tennessee v. Garner

25. What is the lowest level of reasonable
officer response mapped out in the FederalLawEnforcementTrainingCenter’s
use-of-force model?

a.

Contact controls

b.

Verbal commands

c.

Compliance techniques

d.

Defensive tactics

26. What was the name of the famous commission
that investigated corruption in New
York City in the 1970s?

a.

Warren Commission

b.

Knapp Commission

c.

Christopher Commission

d.

Mollen Commission

27. What is the term used to describe those that
aggressively misuse police power for personal gain by demanding bribes,
threatening legal action, or cooperating with criminals?

a.

Grass eaters

b.

Meat eaters

c.

Active criminality

d.

Selective enforcement or
non-enforcement

28. What is the term used to describe those
police officers that accept payoffs when their everyday duties place them in a
position to be solicited by the public?

a.

Grass eaters

b.

Meat eaters

c.

Passive criminality

d.

Selective enforcement or
non-enforcement

29. When police routinely use excessive force
against suspects, it is considered:

a.

Mooching

b.

Abuse of power

c.

Chiseling

d.

Grappling

30. The Mollen Commission is an example of what
type of effort to control police corruption?

a.

Outside review board or special
prosecution

b.

Civil litigation

c.

Citizen review board

d.

Internal review board

 

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