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1 Prince George s County Police Department Practice Test General Orders Volume II 1. The Loitering Ordinance is enforceable any time of day or night, subject to the restrictions in this section. Individuals may be charged with Loitering via: A. Criminal Citation B. Maryland Uniform Citation C. full- custody arrest D. Both A & C are correct Volume II, Chapter 35, V. Procedures, 1. Enforcement 2. Patrol Officers are responsible for conducting preliminary investigations when individuals are reported missing. Reports of missing persons shall be taken immediately using the : A. Prince George s County Incident Report B. Prince George s County Missing Person Report C. Maryland Missing Persons Report D. Prince George s County Special Report Volume II, Chapter 36, Missing Person, I. Policy 3. A missing person report shall be taken for any: A. individual that has residence in this County B. resident of another jurisdiction that is missing from a location in this County C. child that attends a public school in this County D. missing person that is deemed missing under suspicious circumstances Volume II, Chapter 36, V. Procedures, 1. Officer s Responsibilities 4. The Teletype Unit shall immediately enter information regarding each reported missing child under the age of into NCIC and Maryland Interagency Law Enforcement System. A. 16 B. 18 C. 21 D. There is no age requirement for entry into NCIC Volume II, Chapter 36, V. Procedures, 1. Officer s Responsibilities 5. Any employee receiving information concerning narcotic vice law violations shall submit it to the Narcotic Enforcement Division (NED) using the: A. Report of Narcotic and Vice Law Violations Form B. Prince George s County Incident Report C. Report of Vice Law Violations Form D. None of the above Volume II, Chapter 37, V. Procedures 6. If a Kidnapping is verified, the shall be notified. Patrol Units remain clear of the location to keep marked cruisers out of the area. A. Intelligence Division B. Criminal Investigations Division C. Robbery Section D. Homicide Section Volume II, Chapter 34, V. Procedures

2 7. Officers in marked cruisers may be dispatched to a kidnapping in- progress call. If dispatched, officers will be advised to respond to a possible. A. Signal 83 B. Signal 85 C. Signal 87 D. Signal 89 Volume II, Chapter 34, V. Procedures 8. Who is responsible for investigating a kidnapping and robbery of a citizen where a 3 rd or 4 th degree sex offense occurs? A. Sexual Assaults Unit B. Robbery Unit C. District Investigative Section D. Homicide Unit Volume II, Chapter 34, V. Procedures 9. According to the General Order Volume II, Chapter 35, a child is a person years of age or younger who has not been emancipated. A. 16 B. 17 C. 18 D. 21 Volume II, Chapter 33, III. Definitions 10. For the purposes of enforcing curfew violations: A child is defined as a person years of age or under who has not been emancipated. A. 16 B. 15 C. 18 D. 14 Volume II, Chapter 33, III. Definitions 11. At least, the department shall conduct a documented ICS training exercise that will involve as many personnel as possible. A. Quarterly B. Bi- Annually C. Annually D. Monthly Volume II, Chapter 32, V. Procedures 12. Following each activation of the Incident Command System, a (an) shall be used to prepare an After- Action Report that describes actions taken, results, and suggested improvements, if any. A. Commanders Log B. After Action Report C. Incident Report D. Inter- Office Memorandum Volume II, Chapter 32, V. Procedures

3 13. Abandoned vehicle: per County Code, any vehicle, trailer, or semi- trailer that is inoperable and left unattended or remains illegally on public property for more than. A. 24 hours B. 36 hours C. 48 hours D. 72 hours Volume II, Chapter 31, III. Definitions 14. For Evidence Bay impounds, the officer shall advise the dispatcher that the vehicle is an impound to ensure that the County s contract crane is used. A. Evidence Bay B. CID C. Evidence Unit D. Forensics Unit Volume II, Chapter 31, V. Procedures 15. The County normally pays tow service fees only in cases of crimes when the vehicle operator is a violent crime victim and the vehicle is processed. Payment is limited to the tow fee to the Evidence Bay and then to the storage facility, plus storage fee. A. one day s B. two day s C. three day s D. The County does not pay storage fees Volume II, Chapter 31, V. Procedures 16. Vehicles operated by persons with diplomatic immunity will not be impounded unless requested by the. A. State Department B. County Executive C. Diplomat D. Appropriate Bureau Commander Volume II, Chapter 31, V. Procedures 17. Incidents involving radioactive and hazardous materials present unique challenges for law enforcement personnel, especially first responders. The primary consideration on the approach to and at the scene of such incidents is the. A. containment of the scene B. safety of the citizens in the affected area C. safety of the first responders D. evacuation of the immediate area Volume II, Chapter 30, I. Policy 18. Hate incidents are the responsibility of the District Investigative Section. They are documented in a (an), which shall be completed within 30 days of the incident. A. Incident Report B. Special Report C. Commander Log D. Report of Investigation Volume II, Chapter 29, V. Procedures

4 19. A collection of facts which, when considered together, would lead a reasonable police officer to believe that a temporary detention and/or frisk is legally justified is considered. A. Probable Cause B. Temporary Detention C. Articulable Suspicion D. None of the above Volume II, Chapter 26, III. Definitions 20. Officers responding to a failure to pay complaint shall examine the circumstance for indications of criminal intent. If such intent is not apparent, and the failure to pay appears to result from a sincere disagreement, the officer shall. A. complete an incident report B. clear the call advising the complainant to see a commissioner C. attempt to mediate the dispute D. have the parties exchange information Volume II, Chapter 25, V. Procedures 21. Extortion investigations shall be coordinated through the. A. Robbery Supervisor B. District Investigative Section Supervisor C. District Investigative Section Commander D. Robbery Section Commander Volume II, Chapter 24, IV. Procedures 22. Which of the following are considered Designated Hospitals for the purposes of Emergency Petitions? A. Greater Laurel Beltsville Hospital B. Southern Maryland Hospital C. Prince George s Hospital Center D. All of the above Volume II, Chapter 23, III. Definitions 23. When an officer has reason to believe that an individual has a mental disorder, the officer shall immediately and take steps to ensure his or her safety and that of the public. A. seek an emergency petition B. stabilize the situation C. attempt to locate a suitable petitioner D. request additional officers respond to the scene Volume II, Chapter 23, V. Procedures 24. A mental patient who has been criminally charged and committed by a court of competent jurisdiction that escapes from confinement may be arrested. The escaped patient will be charged with and brought before a District Court Commissioner. A. escape B. fugitive from justice C. unlawful flight to avoid prosecution D. none of the above Volume II, Chapter 23, V. Procedures

5 25. If an individual wants to be voluntarily admitted, officers should. A. transport the individual to a designated hospital B. attempt to arrange transportation to an appropriate medical facility C. attempt to contact NOK to find a suitable petitioner D. none of the above Volume II, Chapter 23, V. Procedures 26. County Code permits a tax of on the value of CDS sold used, stored, or consumed with the County. This tax is payable for each separate violation and every person who is a party to the event is jointly and severally liable for payment of the tax. A. 15% B. 30% C. 28% D. 50% Volume II, Chapter 22, I. Policy 27. A shall be the DUI Checkpoint Manager. He or she shall be responsible for ensuring that checkpoint operations are safe for the public and officers. A. SOD Supervisor B. SOD Commander C. trained member of SOD D. DUI Task Force Supervisor Volume II, Chapter 21, V. Procedures 28. Checkpoints may be initiated only upon the written approval of the. A. Commander of SOD B. Affected District Commander C. Assistant Chief of Police D. None of the above Volume II, Chapter 21, V. Procedures 29. In conjunction with Project Disarm, the Department and the have formed the Southern Maryland Arms Reduction Task Force (SMART). A. Charles County Sherriff s Office B. State Police C. St. Mary s County Sherriff s Office D. BATF Volume II, Chapter 19, V. Procedures 30. is an enforcement program intended to deter loitering in areas where high levels of drug distribution, public drunkenness, and other disruptive behaviors exist. A. SMART B. MATE C. DARE D. FIST Volume II, Chapter 19, V. Procedures

6 31. After determining that the cause of death appears to be natural, the officer shall do all of the following except: A. Notify Next of Kin B. Complete an incident report C. Ensure security of the deceased s home D. Complete a property record as needed Volume II, Chapter 18, V. Procedures 32. Who should arrange for the transportation of a decedent when they are not transported by the medical examiner? A. The initial responding officer B. Anatomy Board C. a relative D. Homicide Investigator Volume II, Chapter 18, V. Procedures 33. All of the following custodial interrogations shall be audio and video recorded except. A. Felony Theft B. Insurance Fraud C. Conspiracy to commit Gambling violations D. Bribery Volume II, Chapter 17, V. Procedures 34. Video recording in an interview room within a police facility is allowable because individuals inside the interview room have. A. been charged with a crime B. no rights after being charged with a crime C. no expectation to privacy D. it is not allowed unless consent is given Volume II, Chapter 17, V. Procedures 35. What departmental unit is responsible for maintaining statistical data for the Sexual Offender Registry Unit? A. Records Section B. Intelligence Division C. Technical Services Division D. Sexual Offender Registry Unit Volume II, Chapter 17, V. Procedures 36. An employee summoned or requested to testify on behalf of a defendant in a criminal case shall notify as soon as possible after being summoned or requested. A. the County Attorney B. the Court Clerk C. the prosecutor D. the office of legal affairs Volume II, Chapter 15, V. Procedures

7 37. When an officer is in a courtroom and observes an individual who he or she knows to have an open warrant, the officer shall. A. verify the warrant B. secure the individual and await a sheriff s deputy C. inform the Bailiff or Sheriff s Deputy assigned to the courtroom D. notify a supervisor at the courthouse Volume II, Chapter 14, V. Procedures 38. Standard Operating Procedures from all of the following components except govern the Department s response to unusual occurrences at the County Correctional Facility. A. CID B. District II C. SOD D. RID Volume II, Chapter 14, V. Procedures 39. CID shall investigate all of the following crimes except occurring in the City of Hyattsville. A. Rapes B. Robbery C. Kidnapping D. Bank hostage situations Volume II, Chapter 12, V. Procedures 40. It is a for any person to continue work in violation of a Stop Work Order that has been issued by the Department of Environmental Resources. A. violation of county code B. violation of county law C. misdemeanor D. civil violation Volume II, Chapter 11, V. Procedures

8 ANSWER KEY 1. D 2. C 3. B 4. C 5. A 6. C 7. B 8. C 9. B 10. A 11. C 12. D 13. C 14. A 15. A 16. C 17. C 18. D 19. C 20. C 21. D 22. D 23. B 24. A 25. B 26. B 27. C 28. A 29. D 30. B 31. B 32. C 33. A 34. C 35. D 36. C 37. C 38. D 39. B 40. C

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