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Subject: LEA 1

MIDTERM Exam: 2st Semester SY 2014-2015


Name of Student:

Instruction:
1. Read and analyze before answering.
2. All answers should be in capital letters only.
3. Any form of erasures are considered wrong.
4. No cheating. Anyone caught cheating will be given a failing final grade.
Identification
____________________1. Known as the Police Act of 1966.
____________________2. The significant date where Police Act of 1966 was signed into law.
____________________3. The Civil Service Act of 1969.
____________________4. The law that creates the Licensure Board Examination for Criminologist.
____________________5. The percentage of Ethics and Human Relations in the Board Exam for Criminologist.
____________________6. The percentage of Correctional Administration in the Licensure Board Examination for Criminologist.
____________________7. It integrated the Bureau of Jail, Bureau of Fire and Philippine Constabulary as one agency of the
government.
____________________8. The law that creates the Integrated National Police.
____________________9. The date when the Integrated National Police was signed into law.
____________________10. Known as the Integrated Police Personnel Professionalization Act of 1977.
____________________11. The highest designated rank mentioned in IPPPA is________?
____________________12. The DILG act of 1990.
____________________13. When was DILG Act of 1990 enacted?
____________________14. The required percentage of exam during the Licensure Examination for Criminologist on Criminal
Jurisprudence & Criminal Procedure on Evidence is__.
____________________15. Professionalization of the Philippine National Police.

TRUE/FALSE Write the word BAKES if the statement is true and KA if otherwise and underline the word/phrase that makes it
false.
1. En Banc is a committee in charge of endorsing Police Officers to be promoted.
2. Director General is appointed by the President of islands.
3. There are 6 appointed Internal Affairs Service Chief Superintendent in the entire Philippine National Police.
4. PO1 to Inspector is appointed by the Regional Director Police Personnel or the PNP Chief of the Philippines.
5. Senior Superintendent to Deputy Director is appointed by the president and shall be upon the recommendation of NAPOLCOM
en banc and attestation of the Civil Service Committee.
6. Chief Superintendent Line Officers are composed of 68.
7. Chief Superintendent for Technical Service should be 6 only.
8. There should be two Director General to be appointed as the highest position in the PNP.
9. Director line officers should be 12.
10. There are 3 Deputy Director General in the PNP.
11. The members of the en banc are the following; 1 ex-officio member and 4 regular members.
12. Senior Superintendent to Director General is appointed by the president.
13. There are 6 technical service officer that are ranked Chief Superintendent in the PNP.
14. There are 97 star generals in the PNP.
15. In the IAS there is only one Director.
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. The act of placing into actions the policy and plans laid down by the administration.
A. management C. administration
B. organizing D. delegation of authority
2. An association of human beings to attain specific goals and objectives.
A. organization C. organizing
B. manage D. delegation of authority
3. Sharing or conferring of power by higher to the lower authorities.
A. organization C. organizing
B. manage D. delegation of authority
4. Pertains to the right to command and control behavior.
A.command C. authority
B. delegation of authority D. police accountability
5. Pertains to the largest organic functional unit within a large department.
A. bureau C. division
B. section D. unit
6. Division of bureau.
A. bureau C. division
B. section D. unit
7. A geographical subdivision of a city.
A. post C. district
B. sector D. area
8. A combined units for the purpose efficient services.
A. line and staff police organization C. line type police organization
B. functional type police organization D. none of the choices
9. An area assigned for patrol purposes.
A. beat C. sector
B. route D. post
10. A process of selecting goals and determining how to achieve them.
A. planning C. organizing
B. directing D. staffing
11. The act of giving orders, command, directives or instructions.
A. planning C. organizing
B. directing D. staffing
13. Putting the right person at the right job, time and place.
A. planning C. organizing
B. directing D. staffing
14. The process of measuring performance.
A. recruitment C. appraisal
B. selection D. training
15. The act of improving the ability required in the job.
A. development C. training
B. appraisal D. coordinating
16. It states that the appointing authority must prioritize the selection of next in rank in filling up vacant positions.
A. appraisal C. selection
B. recruitment D. none of the choices
17. The manner of integrating the different elements within and outside organization into harmonious relationship.
A. appraisal C. selection
B. recruitment D. none of the choices
18. A set of police officer should be under the control of one command.
A. scalar principle C. unity of command
B. span of control D. unity of objectives
19. Who introduced the Thanes Policing Sytem?
A. King John of England C. King Alfred
B. King Henry D. King Arnold
20. The forerunner of the word town.
A. tan C. tun
B. tunned D. tanned
21. A term used in the policing system where the victim cries for help and once heard all of the residents would also shout and all
residents would assemble in town and apprehend the criminal.
A. frankpledge policing system C. tun policing system
B. Hue and cry policing system D. thanes policing systems
22. A type of policing system that calls upon males over 12 years of age to perform police function in the town.
A. frankpledge policing system C. tun policing system
B. Hue and cry policing system D. thanes policing systems
23. In Frankpledge policing system how do we call the males who do the police function?
A. police officers C. tun
B. town D. tythingmen
24. A term used to the person who conduct investigation and appropriate punishment for those who committed crimes.
A. justice of peace C. Royal Judge
B. Court of Tourn D. sheriff
25. Shire means___.
A. Sheriff C. Reeve
B. district D. ruler of the district
26. Reeves means____.
A. Sheriff C. Reeve
B. district D. ruler of the district
27. What is the term appropriate where he makes the law, prosecute the accused, judge the accused and execute penalties in the
county.
A. Judge C. rive
B. Sheriff D. shire
28. A trial conducted to a suspect whereby soaking the hand of the accused in the boiling hot water if the accused is injured he/she is
guilty if not harmed he/she is innocent.
A. court trial C. trial by ordeal
B. Illegal judgment D. trial by eucharist
29. It was sealed by King John of England known as great charter is also known as___.
A. Magna Carta C. Magna con laude
B. Magna Cadta D. star chamber of court
30. A law that was enacted introducing the watch and ward.
A. statute of 1295 C. statue of liberty
B. Statute of Winchester D. Justice of peace
PREPARED BY:

ARLENE PALACSA-ALIMONDO
INSTRUCTOR

EVALUATED BY: NOTED BY:

MR. LUTHER W. NGAYODAN DEMPSEY O DEPAYSO, Ph.D.


Program Head, BS Criminology MS Crim. Dean of CCJE