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From whom should you obtain authorization to conduct a polygraph examination

1. Local NCIS agent
2. Director of the NCIS
3. Under Secretary of the Navy
4. Senior officer present afloat
2. Director of the NCIS
The polygraph examiner is prohibited from conducting examination when, in the examiner's opinion, the person fits which of the following descriptions

1. Physically fatigued
2. Known to have a mental disorder
3. Below the age of reason
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Upon completion of the polygraph examination, the examiner may come to one of how many conclusions

1. Seven
2. Six
3. Three
4. Four
4. Four
The subject is informed that the examination has been completed and the charts will be subjected to a detailed analysis

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusion
4. Deception indicated
2. No deception
The examinee is deliberately distorting the charts

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
1. No opinion
The examiner interrogates the examinee and attempts to determine the causes of specific responses

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
4. Deception indicated
The examinee has a cold and rapport is not established

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
3. Inconclusive
The examinee seems to suffer from a permanent psychological disorder

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
1. No opinion
After the subject leaves the room the examiner carefully evaluates the charts and confers with the investigator if doubts exist

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
2.No deception
A subsequent examination may be made by the original examiner without obtainig additional approval

1. No opinion
2. No deception
3. Inconclusive
4. Deception indicated
3. Inconclusive
What action should the Master-at-Arms take at a crime scene if the offense is to be investigated by NCIS

1. Question witnesses
2. Collect all evidence
3. Present the findings
4. Protect the crime scene
4. Protect the crime scene
When evidence is searched for in large outdoor areas, it is advisable to divide the area into strips approximately how wide

1. 10 ft
2. 2 ft
3. 7 ft
4. 4 ft
4. 4 ft
When you search indoors or outdoors, the search area may be divided into what type of areas

1. Zones only
2. Sectors only
3. Zones and sectors
4. Regions
3. Zones and sectors
Evidence may not be released to any person other than the evidence custodian without supervisor approval

1. True
2. False
1. True
Properly prepared sketches are useful for which of the following reasons

1. Preparing reports
2. Questioning witnesses
3. Refreshing your memory
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
A sketch provides the best means of portraying distances between objects at the scene

1. True
2. False
1. True
What method of sketching should be used for indoor sketches

1. Outline
2. Vertical
3. Horizontal
4. Triangulation
4. Triangulation
Of the following considerations, which one is the most important in crime scene photography

1. Time
2. Evidence flags
3. Extraneous objects
4. Maintaining perspective
4. Maintaining perspective
Controls the amount of time the light is allowed to reach the film

1. Film speed
2. Lens speed
3. Shutter speed
4. Exposure meter
3. Shutter speed
Controls the amount of light transmitted to the film

1. Filters
2. Film speed
3. Lens speed
4. Shutter speed
3. Lens speed
Identifies the sensitivity of the film to light

1. Film speed
2. Lens speed
3. Shutter speed
4. Exposure meter
1. Film speed
Controls the amount of light entering the lens

1. Filters
2. Film speed
3. Lens speed
4. Exposure meter
1. Filters
Determines the light value of a scene or object

1. Filters
2. Film speed
3. Shutter speed
4. Exposure meter
4. Exposure meter
Classified as slow, medium, or fast

1. Film speed
2. Lens speed
3. Shutter speed
4. Exposure meter
1. Film speed
What are the two general categories of color film

1. Edktachrome and anscochrome
2. Ektacolor adn anscolor
3. Negative and positive
4. Prints and slides
3. Negative and positive
Physical evidence is one of the most vaulable assests in pursuing an investigation to a successful conclusion

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following techniques is used to achieve the maximum benefit from physical evidence

1. Handling
2. Collecting
3. Preserving
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Physical evidence is divided into a total of how many general categories

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
A wall, floor, or telephone pole would be what category of evidence

1. Secure
2. Temporary
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Fixed
4. Fixed
Which of the following individuals must be able to authenticate a piece of evidence at a later date

1. Investigator
2. Security officer
3. Person who first receives it
4. All of the above
3. Person who first receives it
Correct identification of evidence occurs when the member taking custody of the evidence promptly marks and tags the item

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following should you NOT do when you mark evidence

1. Destroy latent characteristics
2. Reduce the object's function
3. Devalue the object
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
When an item of evidence cannot be marked without destroying evidentiary characteristics, which of the following actions should be taken

1. Place the item in a sealed container and mark it for identification
2. Identify the item with an evidence tag only
3. Photograph the item only
1. Place the item in a sealed container and mark it for identification
The chain of custody begins when an item of evidence is collected by the security force member

1. True
2. False
1. True
What term identifies a written, chronological record of evidence transactions

1. Good record keeping
2. Evidence tagging
3. Investigative notes
4. Chain of custody
4. Chain of custody
Each person listed on the chain of custody is responsible for each item of evidence while under the individual's control

1. True
2. False
1. True
Who assumes the responsibility of evidence when it is NOT in use by a competent authority

1. Owner
2. Security officer
3. Evidence custodian
4. Investigations supervisor
3. Evidence custodian
What individual appoints the evidence custodian and the alternate

1. Commanding officer
2. Executive officer
3. Security officer
4. Chief Master-at-Arms
1. Commanding officer
What OPNAV Form is used as the evidence/property custody receipt

1. 5527/9
2. 5527/15
3. 5527/17
4. 5527/22
4. 5527/22
What method should be used to enter items on the evidence custody document

1. Typed only
2. Printed in Ink only
3. Typed or printed in ink
4. Pencil
3. Typed or printed in ink
What should be done with the second copy of the evidence/property custody document

1. Kept with the evidence
2. Returned to the owner
3. Attached to the incident complaint report
4. Sent to the local NCIS office
3. Attached to the incident complaint report
The evidence log and all supporting documentation should be retained for a minimum of how many years

1. 10
2. 2
3. 3
4. 5
4. 5
Approved evidence containers and storing room requirements are outlined in which of the following instructions

1. OPNAVINST 5580.1
2. OPNAVINST 5530.14
3. OPNAVINST 5522.2
4. OPNAVINST 5510.1
4. OPNAVINST 5510.1
The combinations of all evidence containers must be changed in which of the following situations

1. Annually
2. When a new security officer is appointed
3. When a suspected breach of evidence security occurs
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
A complete inventory of evidence and reconciliation of documents must be accomplished at least how often

1. Annually
2. Semiannually
3. Quarterly
4. Monthly
2. Semiannually
Which of the followng individuals should NOT be involved in an evidence inventory

1. Security officer
2. An interested third party
3. Evidence custodian
4. Alternate evidence custodian
2. An interested third party
Of the following methods of evidence transmittal, which one is NOT authorized

1. Registered mail
2. First-class mail
3. Second-class mail
4. Freight or hadn-carry
3. Second-class mail
Which of the following materials may NOT be transmitted through the U.S. mail

1. Gas
2. Chemical
3. Ammunition
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
What is the final link in the evidence custody chain

1. Disposition
2. Transfer
3. Storage
4. Control
1. Disposition