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The penalty for recentering an installation after ejection provides for a fine of not more than $500 or imprisonment for not more than how many months

1. 5
2. 6
3. 7
4. 8
2. 6
Which of the following offenses involving juveniles on base is considered in the "more serious" category

1. Larceny
2. Assault
3. Extensive
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
You are investigating a youth who becomes uncooperative, rebellious, and insulting. What would be the best procedure for you to take

1. Try to establish a rapport with this juvenile
2. Take matters in your own hands and punish this person
3. Lock the individual in your detention cell until he or she becomes cooperative
4. Cancel the investigation until the individual calms down
1. Try to establish a rapport with this juvenile
After the crime has been committed by a juvenile, when should the investigator notify the youth's parents

1. After conducting an investigation
2. Just after the interview
3. Immediately after detaining or apprehending
4. Prior to the interrogation
3. Immediately after detaining or apprehending
When you are interrogating a juvenile, what is the best way to create meaningful communications

1. Use a get-tough attitude
2. Converse in street language
3. Be honest and straightforward
5. Be honest and straightforward
When you are interviewing juveniles, it is sometimes a good idea to give a personal experience

1. True
2. False
1. TRue
During an interview, only the parents of the juvenile should be made aware of the alternative courses of action available to the commanding officer

1. True
2. False
2. False
2. False
1. True
When it is necessary to contact a youth at school, what school official should you contact first

1. The teacher
2. The counselor
3. The principal
3. The principal
The minimum investigative training for the Master-at-Arms should include education in which of the following areas

1. Preservation and examination of crime scenes
2. Provisions of the UCMJ that govern investigations
3. The scope of the Master-at-Arms investigative responsibility
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Investigative assignments should be made according to what attribute(s) of the investigator

1. Aggressiveness
2. Cheerfulness
3. Aptitude and individual desires
3. Aptitude and individual desires
As the supervisor of an investigative unit you must obtain answers to which of the following planning considerations

1. What should be done and why
2. When, where, and how should the task be done
3. Who should do the task and the estimated time required
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
When assigning cases to personnel, what wil probably be your most difficult decision

1. Assigning an equal number of cases to all personnel
2. Assigning simple tasks to less experienced personnel
3. Assigning surveillance tasks to personnel in top physical condition
4. Assigning tasks that fit the person without over-burdening the more experienced personnel
4. Assigning tasks that fit the person without over-burdening the more experienced personnel
What is the most positive way to identify a person

1. Pictures
2. Personal identification
3. Fingerprints
4. Background information
3. Fingerprints
When, if ever, do the friction ridges on a person's hands change during his/her lifetime

1. Just after birth
2. When the individual gains maturity
3. At the age of 65
4. Never
4. Never
Which of the following terms is NOT used in classifying or describing fingerprints

1. Bifurcation
2. Core
3. Divergence
4. Tangent
4. Tangent
What term identifies fingerprints that spread apart at two ridges that have been running nearly parallel

1. Deformed
2. Pattern
3. Divergence
4. Focal points
3. Divergence
The delta and core located within the pattern area of loops and whorls

1. palmer
2. Shoulders
3. Focal points
4. Bifurcation
3. Focal points
The forking or dividing of one ridge line into two or more branches

1. Palmer
2. Shoulders
3. Focal points
4. Bifurcation
4. Bifurcation
The points at which the recurring ridge of a loop-type pattern definitely turns inward or curves

1. Palmer
2. Shoulders
3. Focal points
4. Bifurcation
2. Shoulders
Pertaining to palm impressions of the hand

1. Palmer
2. Shoulders
3. Focal points
4. Bifurcation
1. Palmer
A point is ridge characteristic formed by bifurcation, ridge ending, or dot

1. True
2. False
1. True
The taking of good, clean, fingerprints is not difficult

1. True
2. False
1. True
The two innermost ridges that start parallel, diverge, and tend to surround the entire pattern area are called type lines

1. True
2. False
1. True
The term plantar pertains to sole impressions of the foot

1. True
2. False
1. True
Prior to fingerprinting a subject, what is the first thing you should have the subject do

1. Wash his hands
2. Sign the fingerprint card
3. Place his fingers on the ink plate
2. Sign the fingerprint card
A good fingerprint impression should be what color

1. Gray
2. Black
3. Brown
4. Dark gray
2. Black
What is the purpose for taking plain fingerprint impressions

1. To reduce smudging
2. To reduce deformity
3. They are easier to take
4. To verify rolled impressions
4. To verify rolled impressions
When a photographic fingerprint impression is being taken, the photographic paper should be placed in a fixing bath for approximately how many seconds

1. 10
2. 20
3. 30
4. 40
3. 30
What is the greatest problem with making palm prints

1. Palm prints are basically the same for everyone
2. Palm prints require too much space on the page
3. Palm prints are frequently smudged
4. Palm prints are difficult to obtain due to the hollow in the palm
4. Palm prints are difficult to obtain due to the hollow in the palm
What is the best method to record palms prints

1. Use very flexible paper with white powder
2. Have the individual press down hard with the palm
3. Use a tubular object wrapped with printing paper to roll the prints
3. Have the individual use heavy, black printer's ink
Use a tubular object wrapped with printing paper to roll the prints
Which of the following will result in poor fingerprint impression

1. Failure to clean the inking apparatus
2. Failure to clean the individual's fingers
3. Failure to roll the fingers properly
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Latent prints fall under a total of how many general classifications

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
When a latent print is found at a crime scene, which of the following actions should be taken first

1. Lift it with masking tape
2. Lift it with robber tape
3. Measure out the pattern
4. Photograph it
4. Photograph it
What fingerprint powder has the advantage of show up on either a dark or light backgroung

1. Dragon's blood
2. Blue
3. Gray
4. White
1. Dragon's blood
Which of the following items should NOT be used to apply fingerprint powder

1. Fiberglass
2. Feather brush
3. Camel's hair brush
4. Tissue paper
4. Tissue paper
When using a short-wave ultraviolet light, the investigator should wear which of the following apparel

1. Rubber gloves only
2. Goggles only
3. Rubber gloves and goggles
4. Goggles and protective clothing
4. Goggles and protective clothing
What are the most common materials used for lifting latent fingerprints

1. Masking tape and rubber lifters
2. Adhesive and transparent tapes
3. Clear tape and rubber lifters
4. Rubber lifters and transparent lifting tapes
4. Rubber lifters and transparent lifting tapes
What type of tape is best for lifting prints located on curved or uneven surfaces

1. Scotch
2. Masking
3. Rubber
4. Shipping
3. Rubber
Fingerprint patterns have a total of how many basic classification designations

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
What fingerprint pattern has two or more deltas

1. Accidental whorl
2. Ulnar
3. Radial
4. Arches
1. Accidental whorl
Patterns that flow toward the thumbs are known as what type of loops

1. Accidental whorl
2. Ulnar
3. Radial
4. Arches
2. Radial
What fingerprint loops flowing in the direction of the little finger

1. Radial
2. Tented arches
3. Plain arches
4. Ulnar
4. Ulnar
What type of pattern has the ridges forming concentric circles or spirals

1. Whorls
2. Loops
3. Tented arches
4. Arches
1. Whorls
A loop must have a total of how many essential characteristics

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
A positive impression made from a mold

1. Object
2. Mold
3. Cast
4. Impression
3. Cast
Anything making an impression

1. Object
2. Mold
3. Cast
4. Impression
1. Object
Any indentation from which a cast is made

1. Object
2. Mold
3. Cast
4. Impression
4. Impression
A negative impression

1. Object
2. Mold
3. Cast
4. Impression
2. Mold
What should be the first thing done to an impression found at a crime scene

1. Photographed
2. Protected
3. Sketched
4. Casted
2. Protected
Spraying an impression with which of the following material will help to strenghten the impression to support the weight of the casting material

1. Shellac
2. Plastic spray
3. Hair net spray
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Usually how many coats of a spray material is sufficient to help support the weight of the casting material in sandy soils

1. 1 to 2
2. 3 to 10
3. 12 to 15
4. 16 to 20
2. 3 to 10
When plastic spray is used to help support the weight of the casting material, a thin mist of which of the following materials should be allowed to settle on the print

1. Water
2. Light oil
3. Vinegar
4. Shellac
2. Light oil
Reinforcement material should be added to the print after how much plaster has been laid

1. 1/8 to 1/4 in.
2. 3/16 to 5/16 in.
3. 1/2 to 3/4 in.
4. 15/16 to 1 1/2 in.
3. 1/2 to 3/4 in.
When added with the water used in making plaster, which of the following materials will hasten the setting

1. Sugar
2. Borax
3. Salt
3. Salt
When added with the water used in making plaster, which of the following materials will retard the setting 15 to 30 minutes

1. Sugar
2. Borax
3. Salt
2. Borax
It usually takes plaster how many minutes to harden after preparation

1. 10 to 12
2. 15 to 18
3. 20 to 30
4. 45 to 60
3. 20 to 30
When casting under water and using plaster, how many parts of salt should be added to 10 to 12 parts of plaster to hasten the setting time

1. 1 to 2
2. 2 to 4
4. 3 to 4
3. 5 to 7
4. 3 to 4
Which of the following casting materials is lighter than plaster of Paris, much more economical, and is highly recommended for use

1. Epoxy
2. Dental stone
3. Silicone rubber
4. Posmoulage
2. Dental stone
Which of the following casting materials may be used to obtain fingerprint impressions found in putty and caulking

1. Epoxy
2. Dental stone
3. Silicone rubber
4. Posmoulage
3. Silicone rubber