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The following items are true/false statements. After reading each statement, determine if the information contained in the statement is true or false. Mark your response with a “T” for true, and “F” for false. F 41. Meat eaters are police officers who accept graft when it comes their way but do not actively pursue opportunities for graft. T 42. A symbolic assailant is someone that a police officer thinks is potentially dangerous. T 43. Predisposition theory focuses on the idea that the policing occupation attracts people with certain attitudes and beliefs. F 44. The police use of force must involve some type of physical contact. T 45. Defense-of-life shooting policies generally restrict the use of deadly force to situations in which the officer’s life or another person’s life is in jeopardy, or to prevent the escape of a person who is extremely dangerous. T 46. Police are more likely to encounter antagonism or injury in proactive situations.
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T 47. Lockers at the policer station, a police car, and other elements of on-duty performance are protected by the Fourth Amendment during an internal investigation. F 48. The Fourth Amendment guarantees apply to police officers at home and off duty. T 49. Generally speaking, if an unlawful search of a police officer occurs during an internal investigation, the fruits of that search cannot be used in the disciplinary hearing. F 50. Termination of employment, reassignment, and mandatory training are all examples of options that are not used as actual punishment by police departments in response to officer misconduct.
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