a Sleeping on duty b Intoxication and use of prohibited drugs c Partisan police

A sleeping on duty b intoxication and use of

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a. Sleeping on dutyb. Intoxication and use of prohibited drugs c. Partisan police activities d. All of the foregoing Ans. D 2. The general rule is that a member of the PNP cannot draw his firearms, except for- 3. It is the process by which we use or manipulate representation or symbols. 4. It is everyone’s duty and obligation regardless of his intelligence, degree of education, social standing, religion, sect, or color etc. 5. Deficiencies in the CJS can be manifested by the following circumstances, except- a. Poor linkage or relationship among the 5 pillarsb. Poor image or credibility of and controversies in law enforcementc. Widespread indifference and apathy of the communityd. Proper disposition of cases by the prosecution and court Ans. D 3
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PREPARED BY: RHEM RICK N. CORPUZ, Ph. D Crim 6. This involves functions of the police to ensure compliance by regulatory means with public safety and security. 7. Which of the following does not belong to the group? 8. It is known as an Act Prohibiting the Employment of Children Below 15 years of age in public and private undertakings. 9. Assume that you are a police officer and you found out that you have unjustly reprimanded police officer Juan de la Cruz. The best procedure to follow is- a. Justify the reprimandb. Talk to him and admit your mistakesc. Make no apology but tolerate his behaviord. Ignore the matterAns. B 10. This is a term applied for a specialist in the study of disorders, sometimes interchangeably used with psychiatrist. 11. Inconsistent and wise use of discretion, base on professional policing competence, will do much to preserve good relationship and retain the confidence of the public. This statement is __________. 4
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PREPARED BY: RHEM RICK N. CORPUZ, Ph. D Crim 12. What disciplinary measure, do you think, will most likely produce discontentment and grievance? 13. This theory believes that punishment should fit the criminal and not the crime committed.
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