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One individual can control and effectively supervise which of the following work groups

1. Department
2. Division
3. Section
4. Watch
3. Section
Show the responsibilities of components in the organization

1. Position
2. Functional
3. Structural
4. Combination
2. Functional
Outlines the basic relationships of an organization in a simple manner

1. Position
2. Functional
3. Structural
4. Combination
3. Structural
Uses information from structural, functional, and position charts

1. Position
2. Functional
3. Structural
4. Combination
4. Combination
Shows names, positions, and titles of personnel assigned

1. Position
2. Functional
3. Structural
4. Combination
1. Position
The best chart to use for simple organization

1. Position
2. Functional
3. Structural
4. Combination
4. Combination
Which of the following terms identifies a course of action devised for the accomplishment of a specific objective according to a time schedule

1. Task
2. POlicy
3. Program
4. Procedure
3. Program
A plan without specific orders or directives is based on which of the following elements

1. Recommendations
2. Case history
3. Assumptions
4. Guess work
3. Assumptions
When the required Master-at-Arms manpower strenght is being determined, what factors should be considered

1. Geographic aspects of area of operation
2. Capabilities of organic units
3. Confinement facility requirements
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Consolidating the various functions of a Master-at-Arms facility will help reduce which of the following requirements

1. Work loads
2. Work plans
3. Roving patrols
4. Administrative overhead
4. Administrative overhead
What term identifies a common-sense, systematic method of analyzing problems, developing solutions and installing improvements

1. Work simplification
2. Work smarter
3. Teamwork
4. Synergy
1. Work simplification
Work methods may be improved by analyzing which of the following factors

1 Work distribution and volume
2. Steps in a sequence of operations
3. Physical motions and space arrangements
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
A systematic approach to reduce crime risks

1. Crime repression
2. Crime risk management
3. Crime prevention campaign
4. Crime prevention inspection
2. Crime risk management
The observing of persons and places considered crime producing

1. Crime repression
2. Crime risk management
3. Crime prevention campaign
4. Crime prevention inspection
1. Crime repression
A program designed to deal with the control or prevention of specific types of crime based on a pattern of occurrence

1. Crime repression
2. Crime risk management
3. Crime prevention campaign
4. Crime prevention inspection
3. Crime prevention campaign
To discourage naval personnel from participating in activities conducive to crime

1. Crime repression
2. Crime risk management
3. Crime prevention campaign
4. Crime prevention inspection
1. Crime repression
An on-site evaluation of the crime prevention program of a unit, section, office, or other facility

1. Crime repression
2. Crime risk management
3. Crime prevention campaign
4. Crime prevention inspection
4. Crime prevention inspection
what are the two factors present in the commision of any criminal act

1. Desire and opportunity
2. Ambition and passion
3. Intent and objective
4. Design and purpose
1. Desire and opportunity
What term identifies a direct crime patrol method that applies to before-the-fact efforts

1. Crime prevention
2. Crime repression
3. Crime risk management
4. Crime campaigns
1. Crime prevention
Which of the following is a method of crime repression

1. Patrolling
2. Crime prevention survey
3. Crime inspection
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Crime prevention is designed to reduce what human element

1. Complexes
2. Inhibitions
3. Desire
4. Guilt
3. Desire
What type of survey should be initiated when the rate of offenses and incidents increases

1. Crime prevention
2. Crime repression
3. Crime threat
4. Crime risk
1. Crime prevention
when planning a crime prevention survey, civilian establishments visited by military personnel should receive primary emphasis

1. True
2. False
1. True
Facts obtained from a crime prevention survey can reveal that a civilian establishment should be placed off limits

1. True
2. False
1. True
A survey of civilian establishments can result in a recommendation for reducing, establishing, or eliminating patrols

1. True
2. False
1. True
The same investigative techniques used to investigate crime should be used to conduct crime prevention surveys

1. True
2. False
1. True
What term identifies the science of the systematic collection, classification, tabulation, and interpretation of numerical facts

1. Statistics
2. Abstracts
3. Findings
4. Results
1. Statistics
Only the Master-at-Arms force is concerned with crime rates and types of crimes, therefore, these figures are not available to the commanding officer

1. True
2. False
2. False
When you use statistics in a crime prevention program, what is the first corrective step to take

1. Make corrective recommendations
2. turn the facts over to civilian authorities for action
3. Isolate specific aspects of the problem
4. File the facts until definite patterns are established
3. Isolate specific aspects of the problem
What statistical calculation(s) is/are helpful to the MA in determining where the problem area are

1. Rate
2. Percentage
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Frequency
3. Both 1 and 2 above
A percentage is calculated on the basis of what numerical value

1. 100
2. 200
3. 300
4. 400
1. 100
The MA will find most of the statistical data required from which of the following sources

1. Records and reports
2. Newspaper and magazines
3. Anecdotes and interviews
4. Radio and television
1. Records and reports
Compares various components with each other and the whole

1. Vertical bar
2. Spot map
3. Pie chart
4. Curve chart
3. Pie chart
Used to depict numerical values of a given item over a period of time

1. Vertical bar
2. Spot map
3. Pie chart
4. Curve chart
1. Vertical bar
Used when data covers a long period of time

1. Vertical bar
2. Spot map
3. Pie chart
4. Curve chart
4. Curve chart
Used to depict locations of incidents or accidents

1. Vertical bar
2. Spot map
3. Pie chart
4. Curve chart
2. Spot map
The primary purpose of a frequency distribution table is to depict which of the following data

1. Ratio of convictions obtained
2. Number, time, or place of violations by category
3. Units of measure only
4. Number of mobile patrols employed
2. Number, time, or place of violations by category
Used prior to questioning a civilian

1. Consent search
2. Voluntary statement form
3. Civilian suspect's acknowledgment of rights form
4. Record of authorization for search
3. Civilians suspect's acknowledgment of rights form
Used when taking a written statement from a witness

1. Consent search
2. Voluntary statement form
3. Civilian suspect's acknowledgment of rights form
4. Record of authorization for search
2. Voluntary statement form
Submitted to the commanding officer to authorize a search

1. Consent search
2. Voluntary statement form
3. Civilian suspect's acknowledgement of rights form
4. Record of authorization for search
4. Record of authorization for search
Used to conduct a search of a person who has given voluntary consent to be searched

1. Consent search
2. Voluntary statement form
3. Civilian suspect's acknowledgment of rights form
4. Record of authorization for search
1. Consent search
How should changes be made to publications and directives

1. Inserting new pages
2. Removing obsolete pages
3. Writing changes with pen
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Where can information be found concerning the organizational structure of the Navy

1. Uniform regulations
2. SECNAV instructions
3. Navy regulations
4. CNO notices
3. Navy regulations
What authority sets forth the basic policies, standards, and procedures for the operation of Navy confinement facilities

1. Chief of Naval Operations
2. Chief of Naval Personnel
3. Secretary of the Navy
4. Congress
3.
3. Secretary of the Navy
What is the subject of Part 3 of the Manual for Courts-Martial

1. Courts-martial
2. Rules of evidence
3. Punitive articles
4. Nonjudicial punishment
2. Rules of evidence
You will be expected to identify the various publications at your command by title and appearance and have general idea of the contents of each

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following publications contains information regarding delivery of service members

1. MCM
2. JAGMAN
3. SORM
4. UCMJ
2. JAGMAN
Who prepares the United States Navy Uniform Regulations

1. Secretary of the Navy
2. Chief of Naval Personnel
3. Chief of Naval Operations
4. Chief of Supply Corps
2. Chief of Naval Personnel
Which OPNAV instruction pertains to U.S. Navy physical security and loss prevention

1. 5510.45
2. 5510.45
3. 5530.14
4. 5531.15
3. 5530.14
Information pertaining to honors and ceremonies can be found in what publication

1. NTP 13
2. U.S. Navy Regulations
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. The law enforcement manual
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What authority distributes the Navy Information and Personnel Security Program Regulation

1. Chief of Naval Personnel
2. Chief of Naval Operations
3. Under Secretary of the Navy
2. Chief of Naval Operations