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Republic of the Philippines

BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY


Batangas City

Practice Examination
LEA 3 – Police Patrol Operations with Police Communications System

Name: Course/ Yr. & Section: Date:

I. Multiple Choice. Shade the box of the letter that corresponds to your answer in the answer sheet provided.

1. This includes but not limited to the following: community service involvement; police outreach to the community;
inter-agency coordination; and other services not directly related to police matters. Expansion Programs
a. Modern System of Patrol c. Moral Upliftment
b. Expansion Program d. Skill Development
2. This includes but not limited to the following: in-service trainings, overseas trainings; specialized trainings;
consistent physical fitness; and other related skills development. Skill Development
a. Modern System of Patrol c. Moral Upliftment
b. Policy d. Skill Development
3. Its basic objectives are the transformation of information issuing from one source into a form that, to some degree,
withstands the effect of noise while being transmitted or stored on a channel. Communication System
a. Communication c. Communication System
b. Communication Equipment d. Communication Facilities
4. This is the process of diagnosing what an organization already have and don’t have. Needs Assessment
a. Needs Assessment c. Goal and Objective Setting
b. Definition of Alternative Methods d. Cost Benefit Assessment
5. This refers to any document located in a web site, or any location in the internet capable of storing web pages or
hypertext information. Web Site
a. Hotmail c. Internet Service Providers
b. Cybernetics d. Web Site
6. This is an indispensible portion of the planning process, which determines the feasibility of the plan. Budgeting
a. Planning c. Evaluation
b. Budgeting d. Methodology
7. This is the web page designated as being the first page seen upon entering the website. Home Page
a. World Wide Web c. Home Page
b. Hypertext d. Web Browser
8. This is derived from cost accounting and scientific management ethos, designed to guide administrators assess the
work efficiency of operating units. Performance Budget
a. Line Item Budget c. Performance Budget
b. Planning-Programming Budget d. Zero-based Budget
9. This is a part of the internet which utilizes a wide variety of features such as graphics, photographs, sounds and
video clips. World Wide Web
a. World Wide Web c. Home Page
b. Hypertext d. Web Browser
10. This has an increasing part in the shaping of fiscal and budgetary policies of an organization. Economic Analysis
a. Economic Analysis c. Convergence of Planning and Budgeting Process
b. Development of New Information d. Development of New Decisional Techniques
11. This is global array of computers connected by a high speed reliable network. It also refers to the technologies that
facilitate the transmission of data across the network. Internet
a. Mobile Phones c. Wireless Communication
b. Internet d. Satellite Imaging
12. This is the negative aspect of the Planning-Programming Budget, since it will show the administrators lack of
knowledge of the agencies mission and goals. Heavy Planning Orientation
a. Heavy Planning Schedule c. Drastic Decision Making Process
b. Unjustifiable Alternative Methods d. High Budget Allocation
13. This was a binary digital communication system in which the letter of the English Alphabet were efficiently
encoded into corresponding variables, length code words, having binary elements. Telegraphy
a. AM-FM Communication System c. Television System
b. Telegraphy d. Triode Amplifier
14. The administrator’s choice of this must be based on experience, knowledge of other agencies, successful practices,
understanding of the community, intuition and judgment. Methodology
a. Planning c. Evaluation
b. Budgeting d. Methodology
15. What Alessandro Volta had invented makes it possible for Samuel Morse to develop this, which he demonstrated
in 1837. Electric Telegraph
a. Telephone c. Electric Telegraph
b. Electric Battery d. Morse Code
16. This is a form of an evaluation method that is focused on how evaluation is done, the steps and procedures
involved in designing and conducting an evaluation. Process
a. Process c. Performance
b. Product d. Purpose
17. This is the means of transmission and exchange of information between a sender and/ or one or more receivers in a
way that creates the understanding intended by the sender. Communication
a. Planning c. Decision Making
b. Policing d. Communication
18. This is the end use of evaluation, such as planning, policy making and decision making. Purpose
a. Process c. Performance
b. Product d. Purpose
19. This is the process of detecting and arriving at a logical conclusion as to the identity of the suspect through
education of all attending circumstances. Deductive Method of Roping
a. Inductive Method of Roping c. Decoy Patrol
b. Deductive Method of Patrol d. Preventive Patrol
20. This looks at how program activities are being performed. Process Evaluation
a. Program Evaluation c. Performance Evaluation
b. Process Evaluation d. Impact Evaluation
21. This is responsible for managing the tanod bayan, headed by no less than the Barangay Captain. Barangay
Community Brigade
a. Team Leader c. Barangay Tanod
b. Barangay Community Brigade d. Patrol Officer
22. This shall be based on a careful view of the matters relating to the situation for which plans are being developed.
Frame of Reference
a. Frame of Reference c. Analyzing the Facts
b. Clarifying the Problems d. Execution of the Plan
23. This individual assumed the round the clock responsibility of ensuring the protection of the community, residents
and business people, and providing other services to residents of the neighborhood. Team Leader
a. Team Leader c. Barangay Tanod
b. Barangay Community Brigade d. Patrol Officer
24. This provides basis from which a plan or plans are evolved. Analyzing the Facts
a. Frame of Reference c. Analyzing the Facts
b. Clarifying the Problems d. Execution of the Plan
25. This places emphasis on the development of generalist, rather than specialist, skill among team members. Unified
Delivery of Services
a. Unity of Supervision c. Low-level Flexibility in Decision Making
b. Unified Delivery of Services d. Combined Investigation and Patrol Functions
26. This required issuance of orders and directives to units and personnel concerned, the establishment of the
schedule, and the provision of manpower and equipment. Execution of the Plan
a. Collecting Pertinent Facts c. Selling the Plan
b. Execution of the Plan d. Selecting the Most Appropriate Alternative
27. This is intended to enhance consistency and continuity on police policies and procedures to provide greater
uniformity in developing solutions to community problems. Unity of Supervision
a. Unity of Supervision c. Low-level Flexibility in Decision Making
b. Unified Delivery of Services d. Combined Investigation and Patrol Functions
28. In small agencies, this is common percentage of manpower from the police force that is devoted to patrol. 80% to
90%
a. 75% to 100% c. 50% to 150%
b. 50% or less d. 80% to 90%
29. This is the objective of contemporary policing, wherein police administrators have considered team policing as a
means of improving the quality of enforcement service to the community. Professionalism
a. Police-Community Cooperation c. Professionalism
b. Team Policing Strategy d. Community Policing
30. This can be presented in the form of a map of the agency’s jurisdiction with pins or shadings to show the number
of recorded incidents in each area. Geographical Distribution Analysis
a. Geographical Distribution Analysis c. Categories of Incidents/ Crimes
b. Non-Productive Task d. Incident Determination
31. This is an effort to respond to existing situations that confront them and the type of reaction may determine
whether or not a suspect is arrested or prosecuted, or a problem is solved, or a life is saved. Reactive Patrol
a. Low Visibility Patrol c. High Visibility Patrol
b. Pro-active Patrol d. Reactive Patrol
32. This shall be eliminated in the graphical distribution. Non-productive Task
a. Geographical Distribution Analysis c. Categories of Incidents/ Crimes
b. Non-Productive Task d. Incident Determination
33. This is a patrol strategy wherein members of the force are in plain clothes, patrol areas on foot or in unmarked
vehicles where street crimes becomes high-risk crimes. Low Visibility Patrol
a. Low Visibility Patrol c. High Visibility Patrol
b. Pro-active Patrol d. Reactive Patrol
34. This is one of the patrol response priorities, which includes: crimes in progress; traffic accidents with serious
injuries; civil disturbances; and other which are alarming and scandalous. First Priority Incidents
a. First Priority Incidents c. Third Priority Incidents
b. Second Priority Incidents d. Fourth Priority Incidents
35. This is the area of patrol responsibility covered by a patrol car. This is composed of several patrol beats. Sector
a. Segment c. Beat
b. Beat d. Unit
36. This is one of the patrol response priorities, which includes: misdemeanor complaints; minor traffic accidents and
other incidents that disrupts traffic; and other calls for service that are indirectly related to law enforcement. Third
Priority Incidents
a. First Priority Incidents c. Third Priority Incidents
b. Second Priority Incidents d. Fourth Priority Incidents
37. This is normally a two-man complement of uniformed patrolman in the radio car, one acting as the driver and the
other as the recorder. Crew
a. Staff Supervisor c. Crew
b. Field Supervisor d. Disposition Officer
38. This is the preferred response time for first priority incidents. Not more than 5 minutes
a. Within 10 to 15 minutes c. Within to 30 to 45 minutes
b. Not more than 20 to 30 minutes d. Longer Response Time
39. This is a patrolman in-charge of the radio control room that is dispatching mobile patrol crew to the scene of
assignments, transmitting and receiving, recording radio message. Dispatcher
a. Staff Supervisor c. Disposition Officer
b. Deskman d. Dispatcher
40. This includes but not limited to the following: education for police officers; procurement of modern equipment,
right definitions of police powers and limitations; and others. Modernization Program
a. Modern System of Patrol c. Moral Upliftment
b. Policy d. Skill Development
41. This patrol personnel is also known as the supervising deskman. Disposition Officer
a. Staff Supervisor c. Disposition Officer
b. Deskman d. Dispatcher
42. This is the preferred response time for first priority incidents. Not more than 20 to 30 minutes
a. Within 10 to 15 minutes c. Within to 30 to 45 minutes
b. Not more than 20 to 30 minutes d. Longer response Time
43. These shall be used exclusively for patrol functions. Flexibility in their deployment shall be the primary
consideration. Radio Cars
a. Radio Cars c. Radio
b. Communication Equipment d. Team Policing
44. This system of patrol has been so effective during the early years wherein dedication to duty of the officers is
gained through their abeyance to the authority.
a. Buddy-buddy System c. Modern System of Patrol
b. Traditional Patrol Pattern d. Ronda Patrol
45. This is a program that displays texts, graphics, audio and visual information. It eliminates the labor of intensive
use of E-mail. Web Browser
a. World Wide Web c. Home Page
b. Hypertext d. Web Browser
46. This is the specific statement of agencies basic values or purposes, towards which the agency is working. Goal
and Objective Setting
a. Needs Assessment c. Goal and Objective Setting
b. Definition of Alternative Methods d. Cost Benefit Assessment
47. This was the one contracted by the U.S. Department of Defense to create the device known as the “Internet.”
RAND Corporation
a. IBM Corporation c. Microsoft Corporation
b. RAND Corporation d. HP Corporation
48. In this type of budget, there are three important developments which influenced evaluation from management to
planning orientation. Planning-Programming Budget
a. Line Item Budget c. Performance Budget
b. Planning-Programming Budget d. Zero-based Budget
49. This was the precursor to the variable length source coding method. Morse Code
a. Telephone c. Electric Telegraph
b. Electric Battery d. Morse Code
50. This means the agency starts from none, in terms of budget and program that is sacrosanct ; all must be justified to
receive continuous funding. Zero-based Budget
a. Line Item Budget c. Performance Budget
b. Planning-Programming Budget d. Zero-based Budget
51. This is a method of roping, wherein the process of identification of the suspect starts to the suspect himself. The
investigator will identify first the suspect before sourcing out evidence, which directly incriminate the same.
Inductive Method of Roping
a. Inductive Method of Roping c. Decoy Patrol
b. Deductive Method of Patrol d. Preventive Patrol
52. This is a form of an evaluation method that refers to findings or judgment that are made as a result of doing an
evaluation. Product
a. Process c. Performance
b. Product d. Purpose
53. This was introduced into our system as a supplementary force to the police. Barangay Tanod
a. Team Leader c. Barangay Tanod
b. Barangay Community Brigade d. Patrol Officer
54. This attempts to measure changes in the organizational socio-political environment that occurs because of the
program. Impact Evaluation
a. Program Evaluation c. Performance Evaluation
b. Process Evaluation d. Impact Evaluation
55. This is to encourage team members to share and exchange ideas, to work together in solving problems within their
area of responsibility. Low-level Flexibility in Decision Making
a. Unity of Supervision c. Low-level Flexibility in Decision Making
b. Unified Delivery of Services d. Combined Investigation and Patrol Functions
56. A plan, to be effectively carried out, must be accepted by persons concerned at the appropriate level of the plan’s
development. Selling the Plan
a. Collecting Pertinent Facts c. Selling the Plan
b. Execution of the Plan d. Selecting the Most Appropriate Alternative
57. This have features of police paramilitary organizational structure like: specialization of functions; centralized
administration; hierarchical chain of command principle; unquestioned obedience to authority; and strict
regulations of patrol operations. Team Policing Strategy
a. Police-Community Cooperation c. Professionalism
b. Team Policing Strategy d. Community Policing
58. In large agencies, this is common percentage of manpower from the police force that is devoted to patrol. 50% or
less
a. 75% to 100% c. 50% to 150%
b. 50% or less d. 80% to 90%
59. The theory underlying this patrol strategy is that increasing “the aura of police omnipresence” in the community
can reduce certain types of crime. High Visibility Patrol
a. Low Visibility Patrol c. High Visibility Patrol
b. Pro-active Patrol d. Reactive Patrol
60. For small agencies, it may be possible to adjust patrol beats according to the geographical distribution of the
incidents by simply doing this process. Shifting Beat Boundaries
a. Regular Patrol Operations c. Single Beat Boundaries
b. Irregular Assignment of Duties d. Area of Jurisdiction
61. This is the one who supervises mobile crew in the field, for discipline and performance. Field Supervisor
a. Field Supervisor c. Crew
b. Dispatcher d. Deskman
62. This is one of the patrol response priorities, which includes any other kinds of incidents or call for service that
would be treated as the last priority. Fourth Priority Incidents
a. First Priority Incidents c. Third Priority Incidents
b. Second Priority Incidents d. Fourth Priority Incidents
63. This is the inspector in-charge of patrol shift of the platoon. Staff Supervisor
a. Staff Supervisor c. Disposition Officer
b. Deskman d. Dispatcher
64. This will be disastrous to the police administrator and the organization. Longer Response Time
a. Within 10 to 15 minutes c. Within to 30 to 45 minutes
b. Not more than 20 to 30 minutes d. Longer response Time
65. This includes but not limited to the following: salary standardization; housing benefits; promotions; study grants
for dependents of police officers; and other social benefits. Moral Upliftment
a. Modern System of Patrol c. Moral Upliftment
b. Policy d. Skill Development\
66. This refers to the theoretical study of control processed in biological, mechanical and electronic system.
Cybernetics
a. Hotmail c. Internet Service Providers
b. Cybernetics d. Web Site
67. This is in the form of a shopping list wherein every perceived expenditure is listed with its probable cost. Line
Item Budget
a. Line Item Budget c. Performance Budget
b. Planning-Programming Budget d. Zero-based Budget
68. This is a web browser text that transmits the user to another website by means of clicking on highlighted text.
Hypertext
a. World Wide Web c. Home Page
b. Hypertext d. Web Browser
69. This has enlarged the applicability of objectives analysis to policy making in an organization. Development of
New Information Development of New Decisional Techniques
a. Economic Analysis c. Convergence of Planning and Budgeting Process
b. Development of New Information d. Development of New Decisional Techniques
70. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell patented his very important invention. Telephone
a. Telephone c. Electric Telegraph
b. Electric Battery d. Morse Code
71. This provides for the systematic assessment of an activity or group-related activities. Evaluation
a. Planning c. Evaluation
b. Budgeting d. Methodology
72. This was invented by Alessandro Volta in 1799, which is of great significance to communication. Electric
Battery
a. Telephone c. Electric Telegraph
b. Electric Battery d. Morse Code
73. This looks at whether or not the program has met its stated objectives. Program Evaluation
a. Program Evaluation c. Performance Evaluation
b. Process Evaluation d. Impact Evaluation
74. This is the art of employing cover functions with an end view of identifying a criminal and/ or determining the
fruit of crimes. Decoy Patrol
a. Inductive Method of Roping c. Decoy Patrol
b. Deductive Method of Patrol d. Preventive Patrol
75. This calls for identification of the problem, understanding both its record and its possible solution. Clarifying
Problems
a. Frame of Reference c. Analyzing the Facts
b. Clarifying the Problems d. Execution of the Plan
76. This is designed to bridge the gap between patrol officers and investigators, thereby leading to a more cooperative
approach to problem solving. Combined Investigation and Patrol Functions
a. Unity of Supervision c. Low-level Flexibility in Decision Making
b. Unified Delivery of Services d. Combined Investigation and Patrol Functions
77. This is the control factor essential for effective command management. Follow-up
a. Making of Reports c. Budget Allocation
b. Training and Experience of the Leader d. Follow-up
78. This is critical to the success of team policing system. Police-Community Cooperation
a. Police-Community Cooperation c. Professionalism
b. Team Policing Strategy d. Community Policing
79. This may be indicated by using color codes or similar devices, which may be further subdivided into felonies,
misdemeanours or some other categories. Categories of Incidents/ Crimes
a. Geographical Distribution Analysis c. Categories of Incidents/ Crimes
b. Non-Productive Task d. Incident Determination
80. This is an effort, which seeks to prevent a crime from occurring. It includes effort by the beat officer to see trends
in developing areas or individuals and to make measures to intercede. Pro-active Patrol
a. Low Visibility Patrol c. High Visibility Patrol
b. Pro-active Patrol d. Reactive Patrol
81. This is one of the patrol response priorities, which includes: felony complaints; crime no longer in progress; traffic
accidents that do not involve injuries; and assistance to another emergency services. Second Priority Incidents
a. First Priority Incidents c. Third Priority Incidents
b. Second Priority Incidents d. Fourth Priority Incidents
82. In issuing a citation ticket, the officer must occupy this side of the vehicle – either the motorist’s car or the patrol
car. Right Side
a. Right Side d. Middle Part
b. Left Side d. Back Part
83. This is the preferred response time for second priority incidents. Within 10 to 15 minutes
a. Within 10 to 15 minutes c. Within to 30 to 45 minutes
b. Not more than 20 to 30 minutes d. Longer Response Time
84. This is a patrolman assigned to received phone calls from public and reports to mobile patrol crews. Deskman
a. Staff Supervisor c. Disposition Officer
b. Deskman d. Dispatcher
85. This system of patrol is incidental to the development of new system in policing that shifted anything from
traditional to scientific. Modern System Patrol
a. Traditional Patrol Pattern c. Modern System of Patrol
b. Traditional Patrol Pattern d. Ronda Patrol

Prepared by:

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Mr. Jeffery C. Arrieta


Faculty Member