Police Systems Test 3

Everything done with each other as human beings in all kinds of relationships
human relations
the police-community relations movement developed out of
riots and civil disorders of the 1960s
the human relations training program that is designed to provide participants an opportunity to learn more about themselves and their impact
sensitivity training
James Q. Wilson said that the single most striking fact about the attitudes of citizens, both black and white, toward the police is that these attitudes generally are…
positive
according to the text, most police officers feel that the public…
does not support the police
according to the test, one of the best ways to improve relationships between the police and minority groups is to…
ensure that minority groups are adequately represented in a jurisdiction’s PD
today PDs have created numerous special programs to assist with the challenges faced by the aging populations
Triad
Zinermon v Burch
dealt with the mentally ill
crime stoppers
police ask TV and radio stations to publicize a crime of the week so citizens can call in tips
executive sessions on policing focused and debated on the use and price of…
community policing
in the 1960s, changes in police management led to to abandonment of…
foot patrol
modern community policing began with James Q Wilson and George L. Kelling’s article
Broken windows
which of the following is not one of the human behaviors found by Skogan to be extremely disruptive to the community
youths firing gun shots into the air
which of the following is not one of the most important benefits of community policing, according to Goldstein
community control of the police
with incident-driven policing, officers tend to respond to similar incidents at the same location ____
numerous times
the concept of problem-solving policing can be attributed to ____
Goldstein
Problem-oriented policing involves officers dealing with ____
underlying causes of incidents
SARA stands for
– Scanning
– Analysis
– Response
– Assessment
what involves a continued reliance on traditional policing operations
strategic policing
TXST worked with the San Marcos PD to develop the ____ campaign
achieving community together (ACT)
Weeks v US
disallowed the “silver platter doctrine”
Silverthorne Lumber Co. v US
fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine
Mapp v Ohio
evidence obtained in violation of the 4th may not be used in state law criminal prosecutions in state courts
Rochin v California
shocks the conscience
Atwater v Lago Vista
an arrest for a misdemeanor that is punishable by a fine only does not constitute an unreasonable seizure under the 4th
Brinegar v US
although the police need not always be factually correct in conducting a warrantless search, such a search must always be reasonable
Draper v YS
although it is not admissible to determine guilt or innocence, hearsay may be used to support PC
Maryland v Pringle
when contraband is discovered in an automobile, there is PC to arrest all the occupants in the car, regardless of their proximity to the contraband
Tennessee v Garner
ruled that the fleeing felon rule was unconstitutional
Graham v Connor
– apply a 4th analysis of reasonableness
– all of the above
Delaware v Prouse
the state’s interests concerning discretionary spot check traffic stops did not outweigh the privacy interests of travelers
Whren v US
the temporary detention of a motorist upon PC to believe that he has violated traffic laws doesn’t violate the 4th’s prohibition against unreasonable seizures, even if a reasonable officer wouldn’t have stopped the motorist absent some additional law enforcement object
Bond v US
A border patrol agent’s physical manipulation of a carry-on bag on a bus violated that 4th’s proscription against unreasonable searches
Katz v US
violated the privacy while in a phone booth
US v place
drug dog sniffing that can reveal the presence of contraband is not a search
Illinois v Caballes
using drug dogs on a vehicle is ok as long as the search is not prolonged
Illinois v Gates
totality of circumstances
Muehler v Mena
officers have the authority to detain the occupants of the premises while a proper search is conducted
Illinois v McArthur
all of the aboce
Wilson v Arkansas
knock and announce
Hudson v Michigan
violation of knock and announce does not require suppression of the evidence obtained in the ensuing search
US v Robinson, Chimel v California, Knowles v Iowa
all of the above
Terry v Ohio
stop and frisk doesn’t require PC only RS
Minnesota v Dickerson
all of the above
Warden v Hayden, Mincey v Arizona, Maryland v Buie, Brigham City v Stuart
all of the above
Schneckloth v Bustamonte, Harris v US, California v Hodari, Hester v US
all of the above
Carroll v US
vehicle could be searched without a search warrant if there was PC to believe that evidence is present in the vehicle, coupled with exigent circumstances to believe that the vehicle could be removed from the area before a warrant could be obtained
Brown V Mississippi
involuntary confession that is extracted by police cant be entered as evidence and violates the Due Process Clause of the 14th