A person stopped for speeding might claim there was procedural justice if…
A. The officer refused to answer any of the driver’s questions, but let him go with a warning
B. The person wasn’t speeding, but she had gotten away with speeding many times before
C. The officer allowed the person to go with a warning instead of issuing he a ticket
D. The officer explained why the driver was getting a ticket and answered her questions
E. The person was actually speeding and knew that she deserved to be issued a ticket
Tennessee v. Garner ruled it is always reasonable to use deadly force against any unarmed fleeing felon who attempts to escape.
Which of the following is NOT true about less-lethal force?
A. Courts have ruled that police should wait between uses of a taser
B. Use of less-lethal force can result in the death of a suspect
C. In the majority of cases, using a taser puts a stop to conflicts with suspects
D. Complaints will decrease when officers have pepper spray as an option
E. Use of pepper spray usually does not put a stop to a conflict with a suspect
According to Garrity v. New Jersey, 5th amendment rights do not apply to police officers being questioned by their agency about possible criminal activity.
The reality of detective work is that detectives are usually required to assign to a case and write their reports within two weeks, causing them to only keep open cases that can produce arrest.
When is an offender most likely to be arrested?
A. The offender has committed a minor offense
B. The offender doesn’t deny doing anything wrong
C. A citizen is the one who sought contact with the police
D. The victim leads a questionable lifestyle
E. The victim and offender do not know one another
Which of the following is true about police use of force against citizen?
A. Police usually have to use force when making an arrest
B. Weapons are used in a majority of use of force incidents
C. One quarter of all police-citizen encounters include force
D. Most of the injuries citizen receive are cuts and bruises
E. The majority of use force by police is improper
The stage at which an officer decides whether or not to engage in rule breaking is called…
C. Turning point
E. Moral Experience
This is for my criminal justice class in police and society. if possible can i get an explanation on why you choose that answer. Thank you