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1. What is the most significant characteristic of "date" rape as opposed to the "blitz" rape?

1. What is the most significant characteristic of "date" rape as opposed to the "blitz" rape?

a. custodial relationship b. prior relationship c. incapacity of the victim d. victim does not consent to sex

2. Of the various types of rapist profiles that have been identified, which is the most prominent?

a. anger rapist b. power rapist c. sadistic rapist d. None of these.

3. The most common defenses to the charge of rape are what?

a. mistaken identity and an alibi for the time of the rape b. lack of ability and mistaken identity c. consent d. consent and lack of ability


4. Which is the first step in the investigation of child abduction?

a. Make an inquiry to the NCIC's missing person file. b. Probe registered sex offender records. c. Determine if the child is a pawn in a family dispute. d. Check Internet chat rooms for discussion of the missing child.

5. ___________ is the erotic gratification gained from the telephone conversation between the caller and the victim rather than from any form of sexual contact.

a. Pedophilia b. Scatophilia c. Exhibitionism d. Frottage

6. Any young person under the legal adult age (unemancipated) who, without permission of parent or guardian, remains away from his or her home for twenty-four hours or more is considered a(n) ___________ by local police.

a. delinquent b. abductee c. runaway d. missing persons

7. What type of crime is robbery?

a. felony level b. property related c. white collar d. blue collar

8. ___________ criminals are offenders who have had previous arrests and these career criminals comprise a high percentage of armed robbers.

a. Career b. Cruising c. Backup d. Silent

9. ___________ is the theft of a motor vehicle by force or threat, or force from the person or the immediate presence of the victim.

a. Hijacking b. Lowjacking c. Carjacking d. Motorjacking

10. ____________ degree robbery is accomplished by physical force or its threat but without a weapon, including purse snatching.

a. First b. Second c. Third d. Fourth

11. __________ robbers are characterized as a tall man and a short man working together.

a. "Mutt and Jeff" b. "John and Bob" c. "Siegfried and Roy" d. "Holmes and Watson"

12. What is an irrationally motivated arsonist called?

a. an incendiary b. the criminal agency c. a pyromaniac d. a civilian

13. Which one of these, soaked in accelerant, may function as a trailer?

a. a rope b. newspaper c. both a and b d. none of the above.

14. This is the examination and search by firefighters for hidden flames or sparks that might rekindle the fire.

a. tagging b. overhauling c. spark-hunting d. rooting

15. Mechanical fire-setting devices are used by an arsonist for which of the following reasons?

a. They accelerate the rate of burn. b. They are capable of starting numerous fires simultaneously. c. They provide a delay in ignition and an opportunity to establish an alibi. d. They retard the fire-fighting response.

16. These "firebugs" may claim rational motivation, but they set fires for no practical reason and receive no material profit from their incendiarism.

a. pyromaniacs b. pyrotechnics c. pryophiliacs d. arsonists

17. A rapid development of the fire that occurs when the volume of active fire becomes a significant portion of the room volume is known as room ____________.

a. takeover b. swallowed up c. flashover d. None of the above.

18. Pathological fire setters are motivated by ____________ reasons to set their fires. a. prejudiced b. irrational c. hateful d. rational 19. The best-case scenario in arson investigation is when the investigator arrives ___________.

a. after the fire is put out and the area has been cleared of all bystanders b. the following day c. after the fire is put out but before firefighters get the chance to leave d. while the fire is still in progress

20. The ___________ burglar includes the burglar who commits crimes primarily to secure money for drugs.

a. amateur b. professional c. blue collar d. white collar

21. The burglar forces a door or window with a tool such as a tire iron, screwdriver, or small crowbar or box opener. This is known as ____________ entry.

a. open door b. celluloid c. jimmy d. hide-in

22. This involves prying off the outer surface of the safe door so that the locking mechanism of the safe is exposed and can be pried open, allowing entry to the safe.

a. peeling b. pulling c. ripping d. burning

23. This type of auto thief steals late-model automobiles and resells them. The stolen car is sometimes transported to another state and registered in that state with forged or fraudulent papers prior to resale.

a. transportation thief b. professional thief c. strippers d. insurance-fraud swindlers

24. The loss of inventory from employee theft is known as ___________.

a. inventory loss b. diminishment c. depression d. shrinkage

25. Which of the following would be a promise of bunco schemes?

a. income for life b. something for nothing c. double your money d. All of the above.

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