76 Multiple choice questions
- enforce county ordinances and state laws within the
county. Traditionally, they also handle unincorporated areas, the county jail, and
- ______ may include touching and brushing against someone,
hugging and patting, or horseplay.
- enforce the ordinances of the municipality as
well as state laws within the jurisdiction of the agency.
- Can values instilled during childhood affect an officer's decisions in adulthood?
- is behavior that demonstrates good character and is marked by pride in self and career.
- In Law Enforcement another term for "certified" is?
an office culture where lewd jokes or other offensive habits are acceptable.
- is a standard of conduct based on moral duties and virtues that are derived from the principles of right and wrong.
- To successfully complete a basic recruit training course, recruits must...
- sexual harassment.
Rather, they focus on
- Can a person continue to work as a certified officer in the state of Florida after the commission revokes their certification?
- Does ethics indicate how a person should behave?
- refers to the structure, functions, and decision-making processes
of those agencies that deal with the management and control of crime and criminal
- There are four levels of law enforcement agencies within the United States:
- are rules of conduct derived from ethical values (aka Do's and Don'ts)
an individual's convictions about what is right and wrong, based on
religious beliefs, cultural roots, family background, personal
experiences, laws, organizational values, professional norms, and
- What does the Law Enforcement Officer's Bill of Rights do?
- The C.J.S.T.C. is composed of how many members?
responsible for enforcing punishment as defined by the court system.
___ is any person who is elected, appointed, or employed full time by
any municipality or the state or any political subdivision thereof; who
is vested with authority to bear arms and make arrests; and whose
primary responsibility is the prevention and detection of crime or the
enforcement of the penal, criminal, traffic, or highway laws of the
- Some Florida municipalities have Public Safety Departments
- A recruit has how many years from the starting date of the basic recruit training to complete the certification process?
- C.J.P.P. stands for ___.
- is responsible for the enforcement of and maintaining civil order.
- Unethical behaviors that law enforcement officers should be on guard against are...
- is a strong belief or feeling about a person, group, or subject, whether positive or
negative, that is formed without reviewing all available facts or information.
support and assist the Commission in the execution, administration,
implementation, and evaluation of its powers, duties, and functions.
- are responsible for enforcing state laws within the
- What three elements are essential in
a law enforcement officer's personal and professional life.
- F.A.C. stands for ___.
- may be defined as a false statement that a person makes under oath but does not believe to be
oversees the certification, employment, training, maintenance of
officer records, and conduct of the Florida law enforcement,
correctional, and correction probation officers.
- is anything of value intended to benefit the giver more than the receiver; it is something given
to a person because of that person's position or authority.
- Title VII is also known as?
the influence of coworkers and how their attitudes are positive and
upbeat or cynical and negative affect how officers respond to a problem?
- The three main components of the criminal justice system are
- is a fixed and unvarying idea or opinion of a person, group, or subject.
- is when an individual does not accept or deny responsibility for the charges but agrees to accept punishment.
- What are the four high liability courses?
- is principled, value-based decision making, practiced daily.
- F.D.L.E. stands for ___.
- enforce federal laws across state lines and
within the states.
- an officer must—unless required by law or policy—refrain from becoming
involved in official matters. You cannot influence the actions of other officers in official matters or
influence another officer's immediate family, relatives, or people with which the officer has had any
significant personal, business, or employment relationships.
943.13, F.S., sets the minimum requirements and standards that a person
needs to meet before becoming certified as an officer. An officer must
meet the following requirements:
- C.J.S.T.C. stands for ___.
- is the negative behavior toward a person or group that is based on color, race, sex, age,
religion, ethnic and national origin, handicap, and/or marital status.
- The single largest segment of American law enforcement is found at the
- Quid pro quo
- is the impression in a person's mind of an individual, a group of people, or events based on
experiences, biases, beliefs, assumptions, and observations.
- is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual
favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
- In order to become certified (sworn) as a law enforcement officer, a person must?
principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable.
They are core beliefs or desires that guide or motivates one's
attitudes and actions.
- Ethical behavior in law enforcement includes...
- Can you engage in any off-duty employment if the position compromises or would
reasonably tend to compromise your ability to impartially perform official duties.
- Can the influence of family members and peers greatly affect how officers solve problems?
- What are the disciplinary actions that the Commission can take against an officer's certification?
- The Commission may take action against an officer's certification if the officer does the following...
- _____ can include giving sexual compliments, pressuring
someone for dates, or ridiculing with a sexual message.
- Does every employee has a right to work in an environment free of sexual harassment and
- ______ can
include making facial gestures, displaying nude pictures, or using suggestive body
- What does the Law Enforcement Officer's Bill of Rights protections include?
- is a notion, statement, or belief about a person, group, or event that may or may not be
factual. People make assumptions when they consider something to be true or false without proof or
demonstration. Assumptions are interpretations of what experience reveals and may not always
- Sexual harassment is a form of
- ...corruptly to give, offer, or promise to any public servant, or, if a public servant, corruptly to
request, solicit, accept, or agree to accept for himself or herself or another, any pecuniary or other
benefit not authorized by law with an intent or purpose to influence the performance of any
act or omission which the person believes to be, or the public servant represents as being, within
the official discretion of a public servant, in violation of a public duty, or in performance of a
- is responsible for the interpretation of laws.
- How often does the CJSTC commission meets?
- An applicant has how many attempts to pass the State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE)?
- occurs when the harasser intends to unreasonably interfere with a person's performance or
create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment.
- Are personal values universal?
- Under the Florida law, the Commission must revoke an officer's certification if he or she...