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Related to Law Enforcement
This quiz contains questions related to the field of law enforcement.
The term "caliber" in the field of firearms refers to which of the following?
Length of the bullet in inches
Diameter of the barrel/bullet in inches
Weight of the slug of a bullet
Velocity of the projectile
Police radar guns are commonly calibrated by which of the following?
A flux capacitor
A tuning fork
Which term refers to the maneuver that police officers use to spin another car out?
Which firearm is NOT typically associated with U.S. law enforcement?
Colt AR-15 Rifle
What is Sir Robert Peel known as?
First police office to be killed in the line of duty
Designer of the first police car
First U.S. chief of police
Father of Modern Day Policing
Who is Deputy Sheriff Isaac Smith?
The first police officer to become president of the U.S.
The man that shot Ronald Regan
The first chief of police in NYC
The first U.S. police officer to be killed in the line of duty
Which of the following is not a commonly used "Field Sobriety Task"?
Lean Your Head Back and Touch Your Nose
Walk and Turn 9 Steps
Recite The Alphabet Backwards
City police in the U.S. gain their power and authority to arrest from which government body/person?
The F.O.P. is an organization for police officers.
Is it true that Interpol is a law enforcement body that is dependent on information and cooperation of police agencies throughout the world.
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