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Only standard equipment intrusion detection systems, which have a normal life-span of about 10 years, should be purchased

1. True
2. False
1. True
When batteries are used as emergency power for intrusion detection systems, the batteries should last for a minimum of how many consecutive hours

1. 6
2. 12
3. 24
4. 4
4. 4
How often should all intrusion detection systems be tested

1. Weekly
2. Monthly
3. Quarterly
4. Semiannually
2. Monthly
How often should randomly selected sections of perimeter intrusion systems be tested

1. Daily
2. Weekly
3. Monthly
4. Quarterly
1. Daily
What authority is the single manager of the military working dog program for the Department of Defense

1. U.S. Army
2. U.S. Air Force
3. Chief of Naval Operations
4. Secretary of Defense
2. U.S. Air Force
Who is responsible to the security officer for managing and operating the MWD section

1. Each handler
2. Kennel master
3. Shift supervisor
4. Assistant security officer
2. Kennnel master
An activity with 17 MWD teams assigned should have how many kennel masters

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
Patrol MWD teams must maintain a proficiency level of how many percentage points to remain certified

1. 75
2. 80
3. 90
4. 95
2. 80
The proficiency test for an explosive/detector MWD includes at least how many trials on each order

1. 10
2. 8
3. 5
4. 4
1. 10
How often should the initial certifying commanding officer recertify the MWD team

1. Annually
2. Semiannually
3. Quarterly
4. Monthly
3. Quarterly
The normal work day for an MWD team should consist of (a)how many hours of work and (b)how many hours of training

1. (a)2 (b)2
2. (a)4 (b)2
3. (a)2 (b)4
4. (a)4 (b)4
2. (a)4 (b)2
Galleys and sculleries aboard ship should not be inspected by an MWD

1. True
2. False
2. False
Who should be contacted for advice and updated guidelines regarding proper MWD search techniques

1. Staff judge advocate
2. Executive officer
3. Security officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
1. Staff judge advocate
How should the certification of a detector MWD be documented

1. A letter from the commanding officer in the probable cause folder
2. A letter from the commanding officer on file at base legal
3. A signed affidavit to search
4. A follow-up message specifying time and date of certification
1. A letter from the commanding officer in the probable cause folder
Where should reliable petty officers be stationed during the drug-detector dog search

1. At the entrance and exits of the search areas
2. 20 ft around the search team
3. In the passageways of the deck being searched
4. Next to any item on which the MWD alerts
1. At the entrance and exits of the search area
When testimony is required from an MWD team member at a judicial proceeding, at least how many hours notice should be given

1. 12
2. 24
3. 36
4. 48
4. 48
Who is responsible for making sure a recorder is assigned to the MWD team

1. Handler
2. Security officer
3. Commanding officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
When an MWD "responds" to a person's locker, the CMAA has probable cause to search the locker without obtaining a command authorized search of consent search from the person

1. True
2. False
2. False
Who should be notified immediately if a significant quantity of drugs is found during a search

1. DEA
2. NCIS
3. TYCOM
4. CMAA
2. NCIS
Within a maximum of how many days after a search should a follow-up report be forwarded to the security officer responsible for the MWD team

1. 7
2. 2
3. 10
4. 15
1. 7
Which of the following information should be contained in the follow-up report

1. Assignment location
2. Commencement time and date
3. Handler name and rate
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Why should any substance found after the search be tested with a field test kit and a laboratory

1. For the MWD records
2. For the laboratory records
3. To verify it is an illegal drug
4. To verify MWD team proficiency
4. To verify MWD team proficiency
A handler may let other people pet his MWD

1. True
2. False
2. False
Which of the following actions must an MWD handler take before releasing his dog

1. Draw his weapon
2. Ensure medical is on standby
3. Give a verbal warning to cease all movement
4. Request permission from the security officer
3. Give a verbal warning to cease all movement
All MWD team personnel assigned to assist the Secret Service report directly to the special agent in charge of the operation

1. True
2. False
1. True
What is the normal attire for an MWD member who is assigned to support the Secret Service

1. Business suit
2. Camouflage uniform
3. Semite dress blue
4. Uniform of the day
1. Business suit
To whom should a request for MWD support by local civilian law enforcement agencies be forwarded

1. SECNAV
2. SECDEF
3. CNO
4. CO
3. CNO
Which of the following services should NOT be provided by the MWD team

1. Legal advice
2. Laboratory testing
3. Transportation of personnel
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
When the handler of an MWD is on leave, may another handler use his dog? If so, who

1. Yes, the kennel supervisor
2. Yes, any qualified handler
3. Yes, security personnel
4. No
4. No
Detector dogs may be used to search individual personnel

1. True
2. False
2. False
MWD teams may not be posted on quarterdecks or piers for the sole purpose of detterence

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following actions is the responsibillty of the uniformed patrol

1. Respond to calls
2 Prevent and deter crime
3. Respond to non-crime demands
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Generally speaking, patrol activities can be broken down into a total of how many basic categories

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
4. Four
Who is responsible for organizing, training, and directing the police force at a command

1. Training officer
2. Operations officer
3. Security officer
4. Patrol supervisor
2. Security officer
Patrolmen are directly responsible to whom

1. Security officer
2. Operations officer
3. Patrol supervisor
4. Dispatcher
3. Patrol supervisor
Monitors and directs the activities of the patrol units according to the direction of the watch supervisor

1. Dispatcher
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
1. Dispatcher
Responsible to security officer for the overall performance of the patrol division

1. Security officer
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
3. Operations division officer
Ensures that all patrol personnel are assigned to a patrol area

1. Dispatcher
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
2. Patrol supervisor
Responsible for the accuracy, grammar, and format of reports submitted

1. Security officer
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
2. Patrol supervisor
Assigns qualified personnel to patrol duties and maintains a record of such assignments

1. Dispatcher
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
3. Operations division officer
Ensures that the patrol duty section personnel maintain a smart and correct military appearance at all times

1. Security officer
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
4. Patrol watch commander
Safeguards prisoners placed in detention

1. Dispatcher
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
4. Patrol watch commander
Serves as an information source for patrol division

1. Dispatcher
2. Patrol supervisor
3. Operations division officer
4. Patrol watch commander
1. Dispatcher
Which of the following is a responsibility of a patrolman

1. Responding to radio calls and engaging in self-initiated law enforcement activities
2. Extending military courtesies and making quick decisions based on judgement
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
The three types of patrol are foot patrol, motor patrol, and fixed post

1. True
2. False
1. True
How many patrolmen are normally assigned to one post

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
In order to get assistance as a patrolman in an emergency, you must be fimiliar with your means of communication

1. True
2. False
1. True
Foot patrols cover limited sectors such as high traffic areas or amusement areas

1. True
2. False
1. True
What factor determines the short routes normally used in foot patrol

1. Trouble spots
2. Short watches
3. Lack of vehicles
4. Lack of personnel
1. Trouble spots
As a patrolman, the people who live or work in your area could be a good source of information

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following duties is/are those of a foot patrolman

1. Being curious
2. Giving directions
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Assisting in civil disturbances
3. Both 1 and 2 above
How should you hold your flashlight when entering dark areas

1. In your weapon hand and directly in front of you
2. In your weapon hand and at a distance to the side of your body
3. In your non-weapon hand and directly in front of you
4. In your non-weapon hand an at a distance to the side of your body
4. In your non-weapon hand and at a distance to the side of your body
Parking a patrol vehicle in which of the following areas would not improve public relations or effective enforcement

1. Behind billboards
2. Among trees
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. School zone
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following characteristics should be avoided in the performance of your duty as an MA

1. Firmness
2. Gruffness
3. Sympathy
4. Friendliness
2. Gruffness
Which of the following actions will NOT help you gain respact from others

1. Being firm
2. Commanding it
3. Being tactful
4. Displaying cheerfulness
2. Commanding it
Which of the following would NOT constitute good actions on a patrolman's behalf

1. Being firm without being officious
2. Being friendly and sarcastic
3. Displaying pride and interest in his duties
4. Treatin all people fairly and impartially
2. Being friendly and sarcastic
Transportable radio sets use what type of energy supply

1. 110 volts AC
2. Internal batteries
3. Either 1 or 2 above, depending on the type of radio
4. 20 volt
3. Either 1 or 2 depending on the type of radio
Since a two-way radio communication system consists of a base station and one or more mobile units, all sets in the net must operate on the same frequency

1. True
2. False
1. True
A radio net must have a minimum of how many stations

1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
What is a 10-90

1. Acknowledge
2. Busy on assignment
3. Repeat
4. Return to station
3. Repeat
What is a 10-7

1. Out of service
2. In servive
3. Prisoner in custody
4. Registration or drivers license check
1. Out of service
What is a 10-28

1. Prisoner in custody
2. Registration or drivers license check
3. Check for wanted
4. Officer needs help
2. Registration or drivers license check
What is a 10-19

1. Out of service
2. Prisoner in custody
3. Return to station
4. Emergency response
3. Return to station
What is a 10-38

1. Acknowlege
2. Repeat
3. Traffic stop
4. Routine stop
3. Traffic stop
What is a code 1

1. Traffic stop
2. Routine response
3. Emergency response
4. Officer needs help
2. Routine response
What is a 999

1. Prisoner in custody
2. What is your locatio
3. Emergency response
4. Officer needs help
4. Officer needs help
Which, if any, of the following places would be an ideal place to pull over a vehicle to make a traffice stop

1. On a hill
2. In a parking lot
3. At an intersection
4. None of the above
2. In a parking lot
When you initiate an umknown risk traffic stop, you should park the security vehicle 10 to 12 feet to the rear of the suspect's vehicle and offset how many feet to the left

1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
3. 3
Except for unusual circumstances, where is the best place to keep the passengers of a vehicle during a traffic stop

1. In the vehicle
2. On the sidewalk
3. In between the suspect vehicle and security vehicle
1. In the vehicle
Which, if any, of the following conditions should you be in when you conduct a traffic stop for speeding

1. Relaxed
2. Careless
3. Unprepared
4. None of the above
4. None of the above
When you initiate a high risk traffic stop, the security vehicle should be parked 30 to 40 feet directly behind the suspect's vehicle

1. True
2. False
1. True
The way you approach an individual can mean the difference between a safe and effective apprehension and one that is unsafe

1. True
2. False
1. True
What aspect of an apprehension may determine if it will be controlled or uncontrolled

1. The booking
2. The confinement
3. The questioning
4. The first words spoken
4. The first words spoken
If you are about to apprehend a suspect who has a cooperative attitude, that in itself is normally a good sign of innocence

1. True
2. False
2. False
Should you use force on a suspect when making an apprehensions. If so, what amount

1. Yes, minimum
2. Yes, average
3. Yes maximum
4. No
1. Yes, minimum