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Criminal Justice Test 2 Corrections

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Bryan Redd Criminal Justice Test 2 Corrections Dr. Shields 4. B, The experiences in New York and Chicago reflect the issues that confronted early law enforcement agencies, as police organizations emerged amid conditions vastly different from those in England. The differences can be summarized as the U.S police having a much broader latitude in the exercise of discretion than the British Police, and city politicians and the upper classes having much more political influence in the United States than in England. (Fuller pg. 175) 10. D, The Arkansas State Police Agency was created by the Arkansas Legislature in 1935, and officers were originally called: Rangers ( CHACHA text 242242 any question and it will answer it, also googled it to be sure) 7. D, Vollmer created 6 issues that he believed should be used to guide the hiring and administration of modern policing. He advocated selecting police officers based on Health, Intelligence, and Moral Character.( pg. 155 bullet point 4 FULLER) 28. C, Investigation t a suspect longer to gather more evidence. The ways to get around the 4
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Unformatted text preview: th amendment as listed by our book our Consent, Timing, Harassment, Judge-Shopping, and Falsification or Misrepresentation. (pg. 195 Fuller) 31. B, Is under the immediate control of the subject. When the police arrest a subject, it is reasonable, according to the court, for them to search that suspect for weapons and incriminating evidence. Additionally the police may search the immediate area under control of the suspect to further ensure their safety and prevent the destruction of evidence. (pg. 199 bullet point 1 FULLER) 40. A, The officer has reasonable suspicion and searches only for weapons by patting down the outside layer of clothing. The court will consider evidence obtained in a frisk only if it is confident that the evidence was discovered by officers conducting the frisk with the intention of detecting weapons to ensure their own safety. (pgs. 203- 204 “Stop and Frisk” FULLER)...
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