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BOARD EXAM QE!T"O#! $OR CR"M"#O%O&"!T CR"M"#A% !OC"O%O&'( ET)"C! A#D )MA# RE
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1. A member of the PNP while on duty, whether in uniform or not should avoid
unpleasant habits which aect not only himself as an individual member, but also
the whole organization where he belongs. a. Sleeping on dutyb. nto!ication and use
of prohibited drugs c. Partisan police activities
d* All of t+e fore,oin, Ans* D
". #he general rule is that a member of the PNP cannot draw his $rearms, e!cept for
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a* #ecessar- appre+ension of criminals
b. Necessary target practice c. Necessary inspection or lawful use d. All of the
foregoing Ans. A &. t is the process by which we use or manipulate representation
or symbols. a. #hin'ing
b* "ntuition
c. Perceiving d. (emory Ans. ) *. t is everyone+s duty and obligation regardless
of his intelligence, degree of education, social standing, religion, sect, or color
etc. a. ode of ethics b. Public o-ce is a public thrust

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c* $ait+ful alle,iance to t+e ,overnment and constitution


d. oyalty and love of country Ans.  /. 0e$ciencies in the S can be manifested
by the following circumstances, e!cept% a. Poor lin'age or relationship among the /
pillars b. Poor image or credibility of and controversies in law enforcement c.
2idespread indierence and apathy of the community
d* .roper disposition of cases b- t+e prosecution and court Ans* D
3. #his involves functions of the police to ensure compliance by regulatorymeans
with public safety and security.
a* "mplement la/
b. 4nforce tra-c and crowd laws c. Arrest and investigate criminals d. 5egulate non
%criminal conduct Ans. A 6. 2hich of the following does not belong to the group7 a.
Assassination b. )ombing c. Sabotage
d* .rostitution Ans* D
8. t is 'nown as an Act Prohibiting the 4mployment of hildren )elow 1/ years of
age in public and private underta'ings.
a* Republic Act 0123
b. 5epublic Act 63/8 c. 5epublic Act 8//1 d. Presidential 0ecree 39& Ans. A

:. Assume that you are a police o-cer and you found out that you have un;ustly
reprimanded police o-cer uan de la ruz. #he best procedure to follow is% a.
ustify the reprimand
b* Tal4 to +im and admit -our mista4es
c. (a'e no apology but tolerate his behavior d. gnore the matter Ans. ) 19. #his
is a term applied for a specialist in the study of disorders, sometimes
interchangeably used with psychiatrist.
a* Ant+ropolo,ist
b. Alienist c. Autophobia d. )iometry Ans. A 11. nconsistent and wise use of
discretion, base on professional policing competence, will do much to preserve good
relationship and retain the con$dence of the public. #his statement is <<<<<<<<<<.
a* Absolutel- correct
b. Absolutely wrong c. (aybe correct d. Neither correct or wrong Ans. A 1". 2hat
disciplinary measure, do you thin', will most li'ely produce discontentment and
grievance7 a. =nusual strictness
b* "nconsistent administration
c. Severity of punishment d. mpersonal attitude Ans. ) 1&. #his theory believes
that punishment should $t the criminal and not the crime committed.

a. Positivist theory b. Neo%classical theory


c* Classical t+eor-
d. 0ierential Association #heory Ans.  1*. A police o-cer in uniform is
prohibited from carrying any pac'age or bundle unless it is needed in the
performance of his duty. #he li'elihood, the said o-cer will be misinterpreted to
<<<<<<.
a* )ave accepted favors
b. )e a comprador for his wife c. A trim appearance while in uniform is important
d. All of the forgoing Ans. A 1/.)efore the development of scientist theorist, this
theory involved believing that criminal behavior is caused by the possession of
evil spirits.
a* Demonolo,ical
b. lassical c. talian d. Neo%classical Ans. A 13. A statue enacted by ongress,
penal in character, which is not amendment to the 5evise Penal ode such as
5epublic Acts, Presidential 0ecrees and (emorandum irculars.
a* !pecial %a/
b. onstitution c. 5evised Penal ode d. ommon aw Ans. A 16. t is a 'ind of
early form of punishment where prisoners are shipped or moved from one place to
another for the purpose of cheap labor. a. Slavery b. )anishment

c* Transportation
d. Penal colony Ans.  18. ustice according to the Supreme ourt is symbolically
represented by a blindfolded woman holding a sword and with a balance, meaning it
is7 a. Administered with respect to personsb. Administered without respect to
persons, e>uality to poor and the rich c. Administered without respect to persons.
4>uality to poor people
d* Administered /it+ respect to persons( Equalit- and Treatment Ans* D
1:. 2hich agency is responsible for the custody and rehabilitation of youthful
oenders7 a. )oards of Pardons and Parole b. )ureau of ail (anagement and
Penology
c* Department of !ocial 5elfare and Development
d. )ureau of orrections Ans.  "9. Are those who commit crime due to
abnormalities or psychological disorders. #hey should be e!empted from criminal
liability. a. )orn criminals
b* "nsane criminals
c. riminaloids d. riminal by passion Ans. ) "1. t is de$ned as the wise use of
one+s ;udgment, common sense and personal e!perience in deciding.
a* Discretion
b. 0ecision ma'ing c. Problem solving d. None of the above Ans. A

"". A police o-cer on witness stand is not called upon to e!press his view about
the case, nor to tell what he heard others say about it, nor to ma'e a speech. ?f
the following, the most accurate statement of this situation isthat @ a. )e
courteous
b* To tell t+e trut+ and not+in, but t+e trut+
c. 0o not volunteer d. None of the above Ans. ) "&. #he basic weapon of a police o-
cer is7 a. un b. =niform c. 2histle
d* 6no/led,e of t+e la/ Ans* D
"*. t is de$ned as the sum total of dealings between the police and the people it
serves and whose goodwill and cooperation it craves for the greatest possible e-
ciency in the service. a. Public 5elations b. Buman 5elations
c* .olice Communit- Relations
d. Police information and education Ans.  "/. 2hich of the following is the most
important function of good public relation o-cers of a police station7 a. #raining
of police members
b* &eneratin, communit- a/areness and support
c. 5ecruiting >uali$ed applicant d. Planning and special pro;ects Ans. ) "3. #he
term CpoliceD can be de$ned in two ways. #his de$nition refers to the creation of
the police under the onstitution forming a part of the

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e!ecutive department in charge in the apprehension of oenders and to e!ecute the


law.a. As to agency b. As to behavior c. As to individual
d* As to or,ani7ation Ans* D
"6. #he form of child abuse that can range from habitual humiliation of the child
to withholding life%sustaining nurturing refers to @ a. (ental abuse
b* Emotional abuse
c. Physical abuse d. 4conomic abuse Ans. ) "8. Be advocated a system of classifying
criminals according to bodily measurements. )ecause human s'eleton is unchangeable
after the twentieth year and because no two individuals are ali'e in all
dimensionsE this method of identi$cation received prominence in 1889+s.
a* Alp+onse Bertillon
b. harles 0arwin c. esar ombroso d. harles oring Ans. A ":. 0ominated by
Pleasure principle, through which the individual is pressed for immediate
grati$cation of his or her desires.
a* "d
b. 4go c. Superego d. None of the above Ans. A &9. #he theory which states that
police o-cers who 'now the wrongdoing of another police o-cer will not ta'e action
against them or provide information against them to investigators.

a. ode of ethical standards b. ode of Secrecy


c* Blue /all of silence
d. None of the above Ans.  &1. Be founded the Positive School of riminology in
the Nineteenth entury. a. essare )eccaria
b* Cesare %ombroso
c. harles oring d. alvin oddard Ans. ) &". =nder this ethical standard, the
PNP member shall ta'e legitimate means to achieve goals despite of internal and e!
ternal di-culties.
a* .erseverance
b. Bumility c. ?rderliness d. ntegrity Ans. A &&. t means more than reporting to
wor' on time. t involves as well as every detail of the policeman+s daily
activity. a. Protection of the underdog b. (altreatment of oenders
c* .unctualit- to calls( requirements of dut-( etc*
d. 0ue process of law Ans.  &*. t is a morbid fear of one+s self or of being
alone.
a* Monop+obia
b. (egalomania c. Autophobia

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