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The Police in America An Introduction 9Th Edition By Samuel Walker – Test Bank

Chapter 06

Police Officers II: On the Job

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The rude awakening that a new police officer encounters about the unpleasant aspects of dealing with the public, the criminal justice system, and the police department is referred to as
A. job stress.
B. reality shock.
C. rookie syndrome.
D. culture surprise.

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2. Much of the changes in officer attitudes are partly the result of encountering
A. social changes.
B. family breakdowns.
C. department problems.
D. hostility from citizens.

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3. A reality shock for new police officers involves learning about the criminal justice system. Police officers get to see how the system works as they are
A. insiders.
B. prime players.
C. role partners.
D. part of prosecution.

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4. Which of the following statements is true about the seniority system of assigning work to police officers?
A. It prevents the least experienced officers from getting the most difficult assignments.
B. It is mandatory in all states.
C. It eliminates favoritism and discrimination.
D. It is the least used system of assigning work in police departments.

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5. The close bond an officer achieves in working together with other officers, experiencing public hostility, and other uncertainties fosters a strong sense of
A. work silence.
B. group solidarity.
C. operation cohesion.
D. close-knit work.

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6. A result of public hostility and group solidarity is
A. secrecy.
B. operational silence.
C. subculture.
D. blind conduct.

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7. The conduct that involves not testifying against other officers accused of misconduct is known as
A. patrol silence.
B. police accountability.
C. rat breaking.
D. code of silence.

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