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CH 4,5,6

by: Kristina Romero

CH 4,5,6 Cj 1310

Kristina Romero
Texas State
GPA 4.0
Intro to cj
Verna Henson

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The study guide is efficient and gives the main questions that will be asked and key terms that should be defined and will help with more reading of the book, but the guide will give u a bigger adv...
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kristina Romero on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Cj 1310 at Texas State University taught by Verna Henson in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Intro to cj in Criminal Justice at Texas State University.

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Date Created: 10/18/15
c 1310 Fall 2015 Review questions for exam 2 C h a pte r4 1 Explain the police mission ie enforcing the law apprehending offenders etc 2 Describe police reform in the early twentieth century 3 Differentiate between the functions of state and local police agencies 4 What are the rolesresponsibilities of federal agencies 5 What were the findings of the Kansas City Patrol Experiment 6 Define the terms Unity of command Span of control Timeinrank 7 Describe the division of labor within police departments 8 Differentiate among the three police working styles 9 Define police discretion Describe the factors that in uence police discretion 10 What is community policing Describe its tenets What is the broken windows model What were the predecessors to community policing 11 What ethnic and gender differences characterize policing today 12 Review the policing history information Chapter 5 1 The following terms concepts and cases Exclusionary Rule Fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine Warrant Arrest United States V Ross Compelling interest Good Faith Exception Latent evidence Plain View Doctrine Inevitable Discovery Rule Miranda v Arizona Mapp v Ohio Weeks v US Chimel v California Search and Seizure Probable Cause US v Leon Terry v Ohio Illinois v Gates 0 National Treasury Employees union V Von Rabb 0 Nix V Williams Chapter 6 1 Describe the unique characteristics of the police subculture and the core beliefs 2 Describe the traits of the police working personality and explain how those traits are developed 3 What is police corruption What were the Knapp report findings 4 What is the misuse of authority 5 What Supreme Court cases are linked to the issue of deadly force What were the case holdings 6 What is deadly force Define excessive force 7 What is police brutality 8 Describe the dangers of police work e g stress 9 Describe ethnic and gender diversity in policing What are the research findings regarding the effectiveness of women in policing 10 What are the benefits associated with collegeeducated officers


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