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CRIME INVEST

Jgamarti 11-12
1. What is the type of investigation usually
done by the police to discover facts
concerning a civil or criminal case?

a. Inquest
b. Inquisition
c. Formal investigation
d. Probe
2. The recent practice pursued by the
members of the press on their own
initiative is called.

a. Research
b. Investigative Reporting
c. Inquest
d. Probe
3. What is the type of investigation used to
describe a form of judicial inquiry?

a. Inquest
b. Probe
c. Inquisition
d. Research
4. Any investigation concerning a religious
issue is defined as
a. Formal investigation
b. Investigative Reporting
c. Inquest
d. Inquisition
5. An investigation conducted by the
government for searching inquiry in
termed;

a. Research
b. Probe
c. Inquisition
d. Inquest
6. The following is the trichotomy of
criminal investigation except.

a. Training
b. Tools
c. Instrumentation
d. Technique
7. The key tool in criminal investigation is,

a. Tools
b. Training
c. Information
d. Instrumentation
8. The essence of the many facets of the
tactical strategy in investigation is
called:

a. Information
b. Technique
c. Training
d. Tools
9. The careful, patient, investigation done
by the scientists or scholars refers to;
a. Probe
b. Inquest
c. Research
d. Inquisition
10. What is the first stage of crime scene
investigation?

a. Collection of evidences
b. Processing the Crime scene
c. Preservation of the Crime scene
d. Crime scene boundary

11. The following are tools in criminal


investigation except:

a. information
b. interrogation
c. intelligence
d. instrumentation
12. An effort made to determine what actually
occurred and what the circumstances of a crime
were is called

a. Physical Reconstruction
b. Mental Reconstruction
c. Crime scene investigation
d. Reconstruction of crime
13. The peculiar habits of the criminals in
committing crimes make on overview of
the criminals.

a. operational method
b. modus operandi
c. operational techniques
d. signature of the crime
14. The Intelligent, logical questioning of a
suspects about a crime to secure a
confession of guilt is called.

a. Admission
b. Torture
c. Interview
d. Interrogation
15. The part of criminal investigation and
sometimes, it is equivocated as the
criminal investigation it self is called.

a. Apprehension Process
b. Hot Search
c. Warm Search
d. Cold Search
16. This is the actual search of the crime
scene immediately after commission of a
crime.

a. Warm Search
b. Hot Search
c. Cold Search
d. Apprehension Process
17. The Search of the general viscidity of
the crime scene is called:

a. Actual Search
b. Warm Search
c. Hot Search
d. Cold Search
18. A part of the duties and responsibilities
of the first police officer at the scene is.

a. Continuing Investigation
b. Preliminary Investigation
c. Concluding Investigation
d. Process of Investigation
19. Begins after the preliminary
Investigation is completed and reviewed.

a. Preliminary Investigation
b. Process of Investigation
c. Continuing Investigation
d. Concluding Investigation
20. State herein below the beginning of
custodial investigation
a. Interrogation
b. Invitation to the police office
c. Place in police custody
d. Signing of sworn statement
21. A document filed in court to initiate
criminal action
a. Complaint
b. Judgment
c. Motion
d. Order
22. Mala fides means
a. In God we trust
b. Bad Faith
c. Good Faith
d. I believe
23. A vernacular designation of the right of
the police officer to stop a citizen on the
street, interrogate and pat him for
weapons
a. Custom Search
b. Stop and frisk
c. Border Search
d. Inspection Search
24. Direct acknowledgement of guilt
a. Confession
b. Admission
c. Convection
d. None of these
25. Vitiation of freewill by threats and other
methods of instilling fear
a. Duress
b. Coercion
c. Intimidation
d. None of these
26. In what case must an investigator
investigate at once and shall not wait for
tomorrow?
a. Hot case
b. Cold Case
c. Dormant Case
d. Warm Case
27. In interrogating hostile witness, it is
necessary to choose a place like
a. Home of the subject
b. Office of the father of the suspect
c. Inside a restaurant
d. Inside a police headquarters
28. The questioning technique that should
be adopted in interrogation
a. Chronological
b. General to specific
c. Going backwards
d. All of the above
29. The type of written statement for
confession
a. Narrative and Q & A
b. Inductive and deductive
c. Chronological Order
d. All of the above
30. What is that law that defines certain
rights of a person arrested, detained,
under custodial investigation, as well as
the duties of the arresting, detaining and
investigating officer?
a. RA 7386
b. RA 7783
c. RA 7638
d. RA 7438
31. In 1914, the US Supreme Court decided
Week vs United States. The doctrine of
criminal jurisprudence established in this
case which prohibited unreasonable
searches and seizures in order to obtain
evidence is now popularly called:
a. Miranda Doctrine
b. Archipelagic Doctrine
c. Exclusionary evidence rule
d. Poisonous Tree Doctrine
32. Any person arrested detained or under
custodial investigation shall at all times
be assisted by a
a. complainant
b. Counsel
c. police officer
d. prosecutor
33. Which of the cardinal principles
facilitates the preparation of the modus
operandi report?
a. How c. Where
b. When d. Who
34. The approach that entails immediate
assumption of a theory then supported
by collecting corroborative information is
known as:
a. inductive approach
b. physical reconstruction
c. deductive approach
d. mental reconstruction
35. Among the critical factors in developing
good and competent investigator, which is
the key to freedom from bondage of
ignorance?
a. proper technique c. proper training
b. proper tools d. proper investigation
36. Facts and circumstances forming the
body of crime is referred to in Latin as:
a. locus criminis c. corpus delicti
b. flagrante delictod. factum probandum
37. The doctrine of poisonous tree was
established by the US Supreme Court in
1961. However, this is rooted in an
earlier case decided in 1914, which is
known as:
a. Mapp vs State of Ohio
b. Exclusionary Evidence Rule
c. Week vs United States
d. Exclusive Rule
38-40. As an interviewer, a criminal
investigator must have a personality
of a salesman, actor, psychologist
and an all wrapped in one persona.
Also, he must posses a persuasive
personality and an insight of
intelligence and flexibility to be
capable of inducing trust and easily
establish rapport with his subject.
38. An investigator who has a personality of
being a salesman, actor, and
psychologist is an investigator having a
quality of
a. multi-personality
b. emphatic
c. both b and c
d. flexible
e. both a and b
39. Persuasive personality is known as
a. multi-personality
b. emphatic
c. both b and c
d. flexible
e. both a and b
40. Rapport, means
a. harmonious relationship
b. friend
c. both a and b
d. one on one relationship
e. relationship
41-45. Police Investigator W interviewed Mr.
A and Ms. B regarding the death of Mr. Y.
When investigator W interviewed Mr. A, he
always express his refusal and doubt on
the competency of the investigator with a
question, are you sure you are an
investigator?. On the other hand, Ms. X is
so timid to investigator W and never
talked though she is more knowledgeable
about the death of Mr. Y.
41. The issue, are you sure you are an
investigator?. As a subject, Mr. A is
known as
a. know nothing type
b. refusal talk
c. Doubtful
d. talkative type
e. timid
42. Ms. X as a subject is known as
a. know nothing type
b. refusal talk
c. Doubtful
d. talkative type
e. timid
43. Timid, means
a. talkative
b. shy
c. Boasting
d. refuse
e. honest
44. Mr. As refusal to give statement about
the death of Mr. Y is considered as a
a. know nothing type
b. refusal talk
c. Doubtful
d. talkative type
e. timid
45. Therefore, Mr. A as a subject is known
as the
a. most difficult subject
b. frank subject
c. timid subject
d. refusal subject
e. doubtful subject
46. The objective of criminal investigation is
to determine the truth as far as it can be
discovered in any post-factum inquiry.
Post-factum means
A. after-investigation.
B. before the facts.
C. any of these
D. after an incident.
E. facts of the case.
47. Investigation may have come from the
Latin terms investigare and vestigium.
Investigare means
A. find the truth.
B. to investigate.
C. any of these
D. footprints
E. to look into for traces.
48. Which of these specifically refers to
leads usually involving the identity of the
suspect provided by citizens that aid in
the progress of an investigation?
A. Patterns
B. Leads
C. None of these
D. Tips
E. Theories
49. To successfully perform a task, you must
have interest in doing it. Police investigators
should have inherent interest in criminal
investigation because one of the primary
traits of a competent investigator is
A. persistent
B. positively motivated
C. Intelligent
D. rationale and stable
E. dedicated and reliable
50-53 . Searching a suspect
immediately after his arrest does not
require a search warrant provided that
the cases of the arrest are lawful.
50. The statement is
a. true b. false
c. yes because it is legal
d. no because it is not legal
e. none of these
51. Searching a suspect immediately after
his arrest is otherwise known as
a. pat and search
b. Pat
c. search
d. body search
e. both a and d
52. In conducting the search to suspects the
guidelines includes
a. touching the subject in the course of
search.
b. be sure to search every part of the
suspects body.
c. handcuff the suspect as soon as possible.
d. statement a, b, and c are correct.
e. statement a and b are correct.
53. Searching a suspect immediately after
arrest does not require a search warrant
because,
a. it is known as a warrantless arrest.
b. it is known as warrantless search.
c. the suspect may be given an opportunity to
escape if the arresting officer will still have
to avail of a search warrant.
d. both b and c are correct.
e. none of these.
54. Who was the former convict that became a
notorious thief-catcher in Paris? In 1811, he
founded Surete Nationale that eventually
evolved as national detective agency of
France.
A. Antoine Lavoisier
B. Edmond Locard
C. Henry Goddard
D. Alphonse Bertillon
E. Eugene Vidocq
55. To catch a thief, sometimes you need to
use the skills of another thief. This idea
was popularized in London by -
A. Calvin Goddard
B. Hans Gross
C. Henry Goddard
D. Eugene Vidocq
E. Jonathan Wild