Criminal Investigations Exam Essay
1. A crime laboratory can help in answering which of the following questions? D
a. whether a crime has been committed b. who committed the crime c. who could not have committed the crime d. all of the choices are correct
2. A handgun used in a murder is recovered by a diver. Which of the following should be used to develop any latent prints? C
a. SPR b. Amido Black c. SuperGlue d. Basic Yellow 40
3. After interviewing the victim of a crime and two witnesses, and examining the crime scene and the physical evidence, you use all of this information as a basis for developing a unifying and …show more content…
18. The "large view" of the crime scene, such as the victim's body, cars, and buildings is referred to as the: D
a. micro scene. b. minute scene. c. protected scene. d. macroscopic scene.
19. The actions taken at the crime scene immediately following the detection and reporting of the crime constitute the: D
a. essential part of police work. b. follow-up investigation. c. cold search. d. preliminary investigation.
20. The Crime Classification Manual used to identify motivational models for the classification of homicide was developed by the: A
a. FBI. b. Secret Service. c. Custom's Department. d. Drug Enforcement Administration.
21. The due process clause is found in which of the Bill of Rights? C
a. First Amendment b. Fourth Amendment c. Fifth Amendment d. Tenth Amendment
22. The face of a basic incident report would typically include information regarding all of the following except: A
a. continuation investigation. b. type of crime. c. the complainant. d. the witnesses.
23. The first country to use fingerprints as a system of criminal identification was: C
a. India. b. France. c. China. d. England.
24. The first modern detective