CJ401 #3 (1) - 1.

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1.   What occurs when several agencies and individuals commit to work and contribute resources to obtain a  common goal? A) Collaboration occurs B) Reduced commitment of each partner C) Politics become involved D) Stakeholders are emboldened 2.   Which of the following steps need to be taken by a police agency to attack bias and overcome racial or ethnic  barriers between police and community? A) Implementing a zero tolerance policy B) Training and education for both police and community C) Developing outreach efforts to diverse communities to reduce crime victimization.  D) All of these choices 3.   What basic right(s) are victims of crime entitled to from the criminal justice system? A) Right to obtain certain information from the criminal justice system.  B) Compensation. C) Right to obtain certain information from the criminal justice system, and right to be treated humanely within  the system.  D) Right to be treated humanely within the system 4.   Which of the following is a key factor in recognizing one's own and others' biases and prejudices? A) Communication  B) Managed confrontational mediation  C) Cultural immersion  D) Venting differences 
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5.   What is the central goal of community policing and community partnership? A) To establish a legal responsibility to each partner.  B) Improved accountability C) Engagement D) To establish and maintain trust.  6.   Which police strategy combines use of police with mental health professionals combined with extensive training  to safely deescalate situations involving people with mental illness? A) All of these choices 
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