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8.Lies that are used to control the person or to make the job easier in situations where force could be used are called:a.deviantliesb.blueliesc.toleratedliesd.acceptedliesANS: BREF: p. 144OBJ: LO 29.According to Klockars, lying to a mentally ill person by telling him/her that the police will take care of laser beams from Mars is an example of:REF: p. 144OBJ: LO 210. Which of the following is not included in Barker and Carter’s typology of lies?
CREF: pp.144OBJ: LO 211. In Barker and Carter’s proposed typology of lies, deviant liesare: REF: p. 144OBJ: LO 212.Civilians who are used to obtain information about criminal activity and/or participate in it so evidence can be obtained for an arrest are called:a.snitch b.informantsc.tattlers d.witnessANS: BREF: p. 146OBJ: LO 213.Which of the following statements is true?REF: p. 148OBJ: LO 214. The strongest ethical argument against undercover officers having intimate relationships with suspects comes from:CREF: pp. 149-150OBJ: LO 215.
According to South, some of the ethical problems with informants include all except:
DREF: p.148OBJ: LO 216.The term entrapmentrefers to when an otherwise innocent person commits an illegal act because:a.of police encouragement or enticement.b.they were told by police that it was not against the law.c.he or she was forced to do so by a police officer.d.they were trapped in the location.ANS: AREF: p. 150OBJ: LO 217.There are two approaches used to determine whether entrapment has occurred:REF: p. 150
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