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CORDILLERA UNIVERSITY Baguio City COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY LAW ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION ================================================= ================= INSTRUCTIONS: Select the correct

answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by shading the box corresponding to the letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Use pencil no. 1 only. 1. The observation of a person, place or thing, generallybut not necessarilyin an unobtrusive manner. A. C. casing B. undercover operation surveillance D. cover operation

2. Surveillance involving the use of scientific device to enhance hearing or seeing the subjects activities. A. close surveillance surveillance C. loose surveillance surveillance B. D. open technical

3. This is an investigation of an individual made upon the basis of written information supplied by him on an official inquiry. A. B. C. D. local agency check national agency check partial background investigation complete background investigation

4. This letter represents that the source of intelligence information is from tactical interrogation of captured enemy. A. C. U W B. D. V X

5. The intelligence operatives are being asked about his personal experiences and observations while conducting intelligence operations. A. news clipping activities C. de-briefing intelligence B. C. liaison

countergathering excellent

6. It is an important method of intelligence data, and this is an source of highly valuable material. A. news clipping activities C. de-briefing intelligence B. C.



7. It is the permanent official chronological record of the operations of the intelligence section, unit or agency. A. intelligence journal workbook C. situation map file B. D. intelligence intelligence

8. It is one of the principal activities of police intelligence operations, and limited activities on this will usually produce a limited intelligence product. A. news clipping activities C. de-briefing intelligence B. D. liaison


9. It is in this phase of intelligence cycle in which information becomes intelligence. A. C. dissemination processing D. B. collection direction

10. Are any person, things or actions from which information about the criminals and subversives are derived. A. collection agency information C. pertinence factor consideration B D. sources pertinence of

11. The reliability of the source is highly reliable and the accuracy of information is confirmed information what is the evaluation rating of the information. A. C. A-1 C-3 B. D. B-2 D-4

12. It is the granting of access to classified document or information. A. compartmentation C. cleared individual officer B. D. need-to-know security

13. It is the term given to the requirement to those persons whose official duty requires knowledge or possession of information or intelligence. A. compartmentation C. cleared individual officer B. D. need-to-know security

14. A properly trained and cleared individual who assist the head of the department in discharging the responsibilities of safeguarding classified documents and materials. A. intelligence operative B. agent C. security officer D. agents undercover confidential

15. It is an information or material in which the unauthorized disclosure of which would cause administrative embarrassment or unwarranted injury. A. C. restricted secret B. D. confidential top secret

16. It is not usually a major factor in prompting an individual to furnish information, but it can be potent at times. A. C. civic duty B. self-serving reasons gratitude D. emotions

17. It is an individual who openly of secretly obtained or assist in obtaining information for intelligence and counter-intelligence purposes in exchange for some recompense, monetary or otherwise. A. informants B. C. confidential agents information informer D. sources of

18. It is the visual inspection of an area, installation or building to determine its suitability for intelligence operational activities. A. C. surveillance stake out B. D. casing mustard plaster

19. It is a repetitive process in which intelligence are produced from information. A. intelligence cycle C. collection D. intelligence 20. These are the activity, EXCEPT: purpose B. processing phase of of


A. to fill the void often existing in decision making B. to increase the probability of accuracy C. to reduce the probability of error D. to observe the cycle of intelligence 21. These are the members of the PLEB, EXCEPT: A. member of the Sanguniang Panglungsod/Bayan B. member of the Association of Barangay Captain C. three other members of known probity and integrity D. member of the Peace and Order and Council 22. It is refers to the number of persons an individual can supervise effectively, it is also known as span of attention. A. unity of command work C. span of control development B. D. division personnel of

23. This is the particular provision of the New Philippine Constitution of 1987, which mandated the establishment of a police which is civilian in character and national in scope. A. XVI XII 24. The __________ and __________ of the Philippine National Police was vested upon to the Chief, PNP. A. leadership B. command responsibility C. command and direction D. management 25. It is the organized and physical movement of all units and elements of the Philippine National Police for purposes of crime prevention and control. A. C. deployment employ B. D. employment deploy C. Sec. 12, Art. III Sec. 16, Art. VI B. D. Sec. Sec 6, 3, Art. Art.

26. It is given to the uniformed members of the DILG for every five years of satisfactory active service, and it is corresponding to ten percent of their monthly basic salary. A. hazardous pay C. expertise pay allowance pay B. D. longevity pay living

27. The Mayor shall choose from the list of how many recommendees submitted by the Police Provincial Director prior designation of Chief of Police. A. C. 10 5 B. D. 3 7

28. It is the compulsory retirement age for officers and members of the Philippine National Police. A. C. 50 60 B. D. 55 56

29. How many percent is the retirement benefit of the officers and members of the Philippine National Police who have availed of the optional retirement. A. C. 96% 2.5% B. 50% D. 10%

30. It is the premier institution responsible for the education, training, and human resource development of all the uniformed officers and members of the department. A. C. PPSC NAPOLCOM B. D. PNPA DILG

31. The members of the commission shall be appointed by the President, one of whom must came from the law enforcement sector, and the

three others are from civilian sector and one of whom must came from: A. military sector sector C. woman sector organizations B. D. government non-govt.

32. It decide cases on appeal, based on the decision made by officers other than the C, PNP, the mayor, and the PLEB. A. C. RAB PLEB B. NAB D. NAPOLCOM Board and Regional __________ of the disciplinary central

33. The National Appellate Appellate Boards are the Philippine National Police.

A. appellate body B. machinery C. juridical authorities D. receiving entity

34. It is the process of providing clear cut channels of authority, which is very important in maintaining high working morale and esprit d corps. A. unity of command work C. span of control development B. D. division personnel of

35. It is the continuous task of making decisions, embodying in them in specific general order and serving as the leader of the enterprise. A. C. planning staffing B. D. organizing directing

36. As provided under RA 8551, the following were given summary dismissal powers upon due notice and summary hearing, EXCEPT: A. C. PLEB Chief, PNP D. B. NAPOLCOM Regional Director

37. It is working out in broad outline the thing that needs to accomplish for the organizations. A. C. planning staffing B. D. organizing directing

38. Who may administer the qualifying entrance and promotional examinations for the officers and members of the Philippine National Police. A. C. NAPOLCOM PRC D. B. CSC PNP

39. It is the central receiving entity of the citizens complaints filed against erring officers and members of the Philippine National Police. A. C. NAB NAPOLCOM B. RAB D. PLEB

40. In ensuring gender sensitivity in the Philippine National Police, how many percent will be given to female in terms of recruitment, training and promotion. A. C. 15% 20% B. D. 10% 5%

41. In general, the initial appointment of the commissioned officers in the PNP shall commence with the rank of: A. Inspector Inspector C. Police Officer I B. D. Senior PNPA Cadet

42. From among the two (2) deputy chiefs who is the second in command in the Philippine National Police. A. Dep. for Administration Directorial Staff C. Dep. for Operation D. above B. all Chief, of the

43. The Secretary of the Department of Interior and Local Government shall be at the same time the __________ of the NAPOLCOM. A. C. Ex-officio member B. Ex-Officio Chairperson D. Commissioner Chairman

44. It is the ideal police-to-population ratio as provided by the PNP Law of 1990.

A. C.

1:1,000 1:500

B. D.

1:1,500 1:750

45. It is otherwise known as the Police Professionalization Act of 1966, by virtue of which NAPOLCOM was created. A. C. RA 6975 RA 4864 the father B. D. of RA 8551 PD 765 organized B. D. military d

46. He is espionage. A. Great C.

Alfred d Great Akbar


Genghis Khan

47. It is an individual who are employed by two friendly intelligence collection agencies, with one of whom are aware of his dual functions. A. C. dual agent spy B. D. double agent informant

48. It is an evaluated material of every description, including those derived from observations, reports, rumors, imagery, and other sources from which intelligence is derived.


A. intelligence B. intelligence C. military intelligence D.

police information

49. Intelligence activity that is concerned principally with the defending of the police organization against penetration by individual and various groups. A. strategic intelligence B. intelligence C. line intelligence D. intelligence counterpolice

50. The subject is kept under constant surveillance, the aim is not to lose the subject even at the risk of being made. A. close surveillance surveillance C. loose surveillance D. D. open mustard plaster render either

51. They are any persons who offer or personal service to watch or secure residential or business establishment. A. company guard C. government security detective B. D.

security guards private detective

52. It is any person who performed work for hire, reward or commission. A. company guard B.

security guard


C. government security detectives



53. It is the minimum required number of security guards for issuance of regular license. A. C. 200 300 B. D. 100 400

54. They are hired directly under the payroll of an employer to protect the employers property, and they are also being called as in-house guards. A. company security guards security unit C. private security agency detective B. D. government private

55. They are charge with directing the work and observing the behavior and performance of the men under his unit. A. security supervisor officer C. security expert consultant B. D. security

security of

56. It is the minimum height requirement perimeter barrier, excluding top guard. A. C. eight feet seven feet B. D. six feet ten feet


57. A type of code system so that security personnel when forced by armed men to enter an installation can give alarm by the use of certain words in casual conversation. A. C. doppler effect Peterman B. D. duress code fail safe

58. It is a physical phenomenon that causes frequency shift if an object moves in an area permeated by radio frequency signals. A. C. doppler effect Peterman B. D. duress code fail safe

59. It is an authenticated list of personnel given to security allowing entry to a compound or installation thereof. A. C. controlling exclusion area B. access list D. controlled area

60. It is the exposure and teaching of employees on security and its relevance to their work. A. security education indoctrination C. security training awareness B. D. security security

61. It is a fact finding probe to determine a plants adequacy and deficiency in all aspects of security, with the corresponding recommendations.


A. security inspections C. special survey survey

C. D.

security survey supplemental

62. It is otherwise known as the Security Agency Law of the Philippines. A. C. RA 5487 RA 8551 B. C. RA 4864 RA 6975


63. It is an additional overhang barbed wire placed on vertical perimeter fences facing upward and outward with a 45 degrees angle with three to four strand of barbed wire. A. C. topping all of the above B. top guard D. non of the above on both

64. An unobstructed area maintained sides of the perimeter barrier. A. C. clear zone building wall B.

bodies of water D. wire fence

65. A medium of structure which defines the physical limits of an installations or areas to restrict or impede access thereto. A. C. natural barrier perimeter barrier B. D. man-made barrier physical security

66. It is the primary purpose of patrol.


A. B. C. D.

elimination of actual opportunity diminishment of desire and capability development of omni-presence prevention and control of crimes

67. This is done by patrolling the streets within the perimeter of the beats, not at random, but with a definite target location where he knows his presence is necessary. A. clockwise pattern clockwise pattern C. criss-cross patterns pattern B. D. counterfree-wheeling

68. It suggest little more than inspectional activity, whether carried out on foot, mobile or some other way. A. C. patrol patroullier B. D. police constable

69. It is an alternative patrol system which means the fielding of the field units in their respective area of responsibility with prescribed objectives and verifiable tasks schedule of the day. A. C. proactive mobile patrol B. D. reactive beat patrol

70. This term is frequently used to describe a specific condition or place that requires the patrol officers special attention.

A. attractive nuisances B. patrol hazard C. all of the above D. non of the above 71. Its methods consist of the fixed post, line beat, and random patrol, and it is the most expensive type of patrol. A. C. mobile patrol helicopter patrol B. D. air patrol foot patrol

72. It is originated from the Greek word Politeia meaning government of a city, and it is applies to civil officers and not necessarily policeman. A. C. patrol patroullier B. D. police constable

73. It is being used in many countries as a simple and inexpensive means of patrol because of its mobility and stealth. A. bicycle patrol patrol C. helicopter patrol 74. The constant visible presence physical A. B. B. D. motorcycle mobile patrol

patrol officer to be seen alert and patrolling so as to establish a highly police presence, hence, to make his psychologically be felt in spite of his absence, and this is called.

atmosphere of omni-presence enhanced police visibility


C. D.

extensive crime prevention and control elimination of the elements of crime

75. The observation of patrol personnel must be keenly aimed at this, because it is the sources of hazard. A. criminal elements C. attractive nuisances things B. D. patrol hazard persons and

76. It is the physical presence of uniformed police personnel and marked police vehicles in the place where crimes are usually taking place. A. police patrol visibility C. omni-presence operation B. D. police police

77. It is useful for rescue, medical evacuation, and emergency transportation. A. C. bicycle helicopter B. D. motorcycle mobile

78. Is the most extensively used, and the most effective means of police patrol, considering its speed and mobility. A. bicycle patrol patrol B. motorcycle



helicopter patrol


mobile patrol

79. It is primary used for traffic control and enforcement, their speed and maneuverability make them indispensable police vehicle. A. bicycle patrol patrol C. helicopter patrol B. D. motorcycle mobile patrol

80. It is the backbone of police organization. A. C. patrol investigation B. traffic D. intelligence

81. This is the type of police plan according to range, and which has a life span of three years or more. A. C. short term long term B. medium term D. strategic plan

82. This is particularly important disaster activities operations.


A. disaster relief and rescue evacuation B. provision for emergency transportation C. activation of early disaster warning D. establishment of command post with communication


83. A plan to be effectively carried out must be accepted by persons concerned at the appropriate level of the plans development, and that is. A. evaluation of the plan B. the plan C. selling the plan D. alternatives execution of selecting

84. Are those plans relating to standard operating procedures, and are useful as guides to personnel, these plans must be reviewed from time to time to increase operational efficiency. A. plan C. tactical plan procedural plan B. D. operational auxiliary plan

85. Are those plans designed to give guidance and direction to personnel in the performance of the normal police activities. A. plan C. tactical plan procedural plan B. D. operational auxiliary plan

86. It is authorized and it shall be established only in conjunction with on-going operations/situations, or when there is a need to arrest a criminal or fugitive from justice. A. hot pursuit operation B. operation C. choke point operation D. checkpoint follow-up mobile


87. It is the willingness to be patient towards people whose opinions were different from others. A. rules of engagement tolerance C. dispersal of crowd procedures B. D. maximum


88. City A recorded a total of 75 murder cases for a period of 93 days, what is the crime clock of the particular crime. A. B. C. D. 29 92 92 29 hours, hours, hours, hours, 54 45 54 45 minutes, minutes, minutes, minutes, and and and and 26 36 26 36 seconds seconds seconds seconds

89. City A has a total population of 255,000, and for the period covering January to June 2004 it has recorded a total crime volume of 180. What is the average monthly crime rate in the City A. A. C. 11.67 78.11 B. D. 87.11 11.76


90. It is the safest type of search, and the purpose is to place the subject in an offbalance position. A. C. kneeling search wall search D. B. standing search prone search

91. It is a physical security applied to business groups engaged in industries, like manufacturing, and assembling. A. operational security security C. physical security B. D. industrial special types

92. It is the broadest branch of security which is concerned with the physical measures to prevent unauthorized access. A. operational security security C. physical security B. D. industrial special types

93. Are those caused by natural phenomena which caused damage, disturbance and problems of the normal functioning of human activities, including security. A. C. above security hazards natural hazard B. D. man-made hazard all of the

94. It is the importance of the firm with reference to the national economy and security.


A. relative criticality vulnerability C. all of the above

B. D.

relative non of the above

95. Who may issue or revoke licenses of Private Security Agency and Private Security Guards. A. Chief, Philippine National Police B. Security Agency and Guard Supervisory Division C. Securities and Exchange Commission D. Department of Trade and Industry 96. Private Security Agencies and Private Detective Agencies must be registered at the __________. A. Chief, Philippine National Police B. Security Agency and Guard Supervisory Division C. Securities and Exchange Commission D. Department of Trade and Industry 97. It is the requirement age for the managers and/or owners of Private Security Agencies or Private Detective Agencies. A. C. 25 20 B. D. 30 35

98. It includes precluding unauthorized entry and facilitating authorized personnel to enter specific areas.


A. control B. C. D.






identification and control operation of intrusion alarm system security communications system

99. A conference or dialogue between the survey team and management officials of plant before security survey is conducted. A. security survey C. entrance conference conference B. special survey D. exit

100. It is a practical test of exercise of a plan or any activity to test its validity, and it is also an operational readiness exercise. A. C. dry run controlling B. D. run through fire drill

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