Law Enforcement Exam I
1. Your partner's badge number is:
2. Your Supervisor's name is:
3. Which vehicle caused the traffic crash?
4. Which unit was dispatched to assist you with the traffic crash?
5. You arrived at the crash scene at approximately:
6. What unit did your supervisor dispatch to Lincoln Avenue to re-route the traffic around the crash scene?
7. The injured passenger of vehcile three was placed in which ambulance?
8. Your partner's name is:
9. Norton Street is located:
10. Who lives at 7638 Candor Road South, Apt. #435 in Atlanta, Georgia?
11. The date of the traffic crash is:
12. The driver of Vehicle One is:
13. What was the tag number on Vehicle Two?
14. Which vehicle was registered in Georgia?
15. Which driver was uninjured in the crash?

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Directions: Answer question 16 through 25 based solely on the content of the legal definitions provided. Do not use any other knowledge of the law you may have. You may refer to the definitions when answering the questions. The perpetrator in the following definitions are referred to as “he” solely for the ease of the exam. However, the pronoun “he” refers to either gender.

Aggravated Harassment: A person commits aggravated harassment when he intends to annoy or alarm another person, and he makes a telephone call to that person with no legitimate purpose of communication. It does not matter whether a conversation takes place.

Bribe Receiving: A public servant commits bribe receiving when he asks for or accepts a benefit on the understanding that his official actions will thereby be influenced.

Criminal Trespass: A person is guilty of criminal trespass when knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in a building.

Criminal Negligent Homicide: A person commits criminal negligent homicide when he causes the death of another person by engaging in negligent behavior which he failed to perceive as a risk to another person.

Consensual Sodomy: A person commits the crime of consensual sodomy when he engages in oral or anal sex with another person who is not his spouse. Consensual sodomy is a misdemeanor.

Criminal Contempt: A person commits criminal contempt when he refuses to be sworn in before a grand jury or a court, or when he refuses to answer legal questions of a grand jury or a court.

Manslaughter: A person commits manslaughter when, with the intent to cause physical injury to another person, he causes that person’s death.

Murder: A person commits murder when, with intent to cause the death of another person, he does cause the death of that person.

Legal Terms and Concepts
16. Ms. Rogers is twenty years of age and is upset with her math professor, Mr. Cotton. She obtains his home phone number and calls him late at night to annoy him. Based upon the above information, Ms. Rogers has:
17. Which is the most accurate statement concerning the crime of burglary?
18. Young Joseph and Alex hide in a bathroom in the Convention Center. They remain there long past the time paying customers are authorized to be in the area. When they think it is safe, they come out and play a one-on-one basketball game on the Center’s basketball court. After the game, they go home. Based upon the above information, Joseph and Alex have:
19. Which of the following is the least accurate statement concerning the crime of bribery
20. Alexander wants a well in his backyard, so he proceeds to dig a deep hole outside the rear entrance of his home. When darkness falls, he covers the hole with a canvass. Later that evening, Alexander’s wife goes into the backyard and falls into the hole which now has a considerable amount of water in it. As a result, the wife dies. Based upon the above information, Alexander has committed:
21. Which of the following statements is the most accurate statement concerning the crime of bribe receiving?
22. Paul Mansur, who is a well know mobster, would be guilty of the crime of criminal contempt in all of the following cases except:
23. Which of the following is the least accurate statement concerning the crime of consensual sodomy?
24. Linda wants to seriously injure Debbie. One day Linda throws acid in Debbie’s face. Debbie is then rushed to the hospital where she dies several days later as a result of the acid throwing incident. Based upon the above information, Linda:
25. Which of the following is the least accurate statement concerning the crime of murder?

DIRECTIONS: Answer questions 26 through 35 based solely on the content of the legal definitions provided. Do not use any other knowledge of the law that you may have. You may refer to the definitions when answering the questions.

Assault: A person assaults another person when he intends to cause physical injury to another person, and he does commit and act that causes physical injury to that person or any other person.

Burglar’s Tools: A person is guilty of this crime when he possess an instrument which is commonly used in the commission of the crimes of burglary, larceny or theft of services. It is a misdemeanor.

Criminal Mischief: A person commits criminal mischief when he intends to damage another person’s property and, without any legal right to do so, he damages that person’s property.

Jostling: A person commits jostling when in a public place he intentionally places his hand near the pocket or handbag of another person, or unnecessarily crowds another person, while an accomplice places his hand near another person’s pocket or handbag. It is a misdemeanor.

Menacing: A person commits the crime of menacing when, through physical threat, he intentionally places or attempts to place another person in fear of immediate physical injury.

Promoting a Suicide Attempt: A person is guilty of this crime when he intentionally causes or aids another person in attempting suicide. It is a Class E felony. However, if the person attempting suicide does in fact die as a result of the suicide attempt, then the person rendering the aid is guilty of murder.

Rape: A male commits this crime when he has sexual intercourse with a female by force and against her will, or in any instance when the male is over 21 years of age and the other person is less then 17 years of age. This law does not apply to persons who are legally married to each other. It is a Class B felony.

Reckless Endangerment in the Second Degree: A person commits this crime when he recklessly engages in conduct that creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person. It is a misdemeanor.ck here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.

Reckless Endangerment in the First Degree: A person commits this crime when, under circumstance indicating a grave indifference for human life, he engages in conduct that creates a grave risk of death to another person. It is a Class D felony.

Reckless Endangerment of Property: A person is guilty of this crime when he recklessly engages in conduct that creates a substantial risk of damage to the property of another. It is a misdemeanor.

Sexual Abuse: A person is guilty of this crime when he subjects another to sexual contact without the latter’s consent. This crime can not be committed by persons married to each other. It is a misdemeanor.

Theft of Services: A person is guilty of this crime when he fails to pay for subway, bus, or other transportation services. It is a misdemeanor.

26. Alex approaches Joseph and tells him that he is going to get even for what Joseph has said about him. Alex then produces a baseball bat and intentionally waves it at Joseph. Alex then tells Joseph that he is going to knock his brains out. Joseph laughs and walks away unharmed, leaving Alex standing there waving his bat. Based upon the above information, Alex has:

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