explosives or a weapon.
police radio scanners.
a felony or theft.
none of these choices.
both of these choices.
possession of any tool that could be used to commit burglary.
an intent to use a tool or permit its use to commit burglary.
accepting that fact that burglaries happen in all parts of the world.
altering physical characteristics of a property to make it less vulnerable.
taking out additional insurance to cover losses in the event of a burglary.
crimes against the person
the physical evidence
issuing worthless checks
issuing insufficient-fund checks
using an access device
evidence that rake and pick guns were used
all of these choices
a single plate on a car that requires two plates
dirty plates on a clean car
a sloppily applied dealer’s sticker
intentionally taking or driving a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner or the owner’s authorized agent.
taking a motor vehicle from the owner with the intent to sell or remove the vehicle.
taking an automobile with the intent to sell the automobile.
joyriding for pleasure or for criminal activity.
organized crime rings.
joyriding, transportation, commission of another crime, stripping vehicles for parts and accessories or reselling vehicles for profit.
cars, trucks, construction equipment and even recreational equipment.
carjacking, robbery, getaway cars and car bombings.
the checking of charred wood.
the formation of irregular cracks in glass due to heat.
the charring of just the surface of wood.
a sure sign of arson.
oxygen, fire and heat
fuel, heat and warmth
wood, warmth and fire
air, fuel and heat
sulfur or nitric acid
none of these choices
how deeply the wood is burned.
support the fire officer with the investigation.
provide protection for the fire officer.
assist with the criminal investigation.
work cooperatively with the fire officer to handle the criminal part of the investigation.
sulfur, nitric acid or hydrochloric acid
terrorist or extreme activity
emotionally disturbed persons
revenge and/or protest
recovered military ordnance or commercial explosives
certain type of computer virus.
computer that has been rendered immobile by a virus.
computer used by hackers to copy other computer programs.
computer that has been taken over by another computer.
roving authority to the FBI and other law enforcement agents to serve orders on communications carriers.
total authority to the FBI for wiretapping the communication lines of any U.S. citizen.
total authority to the FBI to arrest any noncitizen who is under suspicion of using communication lines to plan a terrorist attack.
all of these choices.
lack of availability.
storage on discs.
having a third party buy the drugs.
making two or more buys.
making an immediate arrest that is witnessed.
using marked buy money.
high-profit and continued-profit crimes
definite organization and control
strong ideological foundation
protection through corruption
Eurasian Organized Crime (EOC)
the Mexican Mafia
the Sullivan Act
the Mann Act
the Harrison Narcotics Act
the Little Lindbergh Law
make it permissible to use circumstantial rather than direct evidence to enforce conspiracy violations.
aim to stop the flow of drugs.
make it easier for prosecutors to charge and convict those apprehended in the sale of illegal drugs.
make the use of pen registers legal in the investigation of criminal networks.
the Neopolitan Camorra
the Sacra Corona Unita
the Fratelli Gambino
the ‘Ndrangheta Mafia
narrow age range
gang behavior that is atypical because it involves a large portion of the gang at the same time.
illegal gang activity.
intervention, motivation and suppression
prevention, intervention and suppression
intervention, transition and motivation
penetration, suppression and prevention
missing body parts such as heart, genitals, left hand, tongue, index finger
urine or human or animal feces smeared on body or found in body cavities
wax drippings, oils, incense or ritual powders on the body
It upheld all hate crime legislation.
It upheld a Virginia law banning cross burning, saying the statute did not violate the First Amendment.
It struck down a Virginia law banning cross burning, saying the statute violated the First Amendment.
It ruled that any hate crime legislation would always be too “broad,” and thus unconstitutional.
staple the pages together if it is more than one page, and file it.
immediately show it to the prosecutor for approval.
give a copy to both the prosecution and defense.
statements including obscenity or vulgarity
statements about the defendant’s behavior at the time of arrest
statements about the defendant’s criminal record
well of evidence.
rule on witnesses.
Defense attorneys will try to impeach the testimony of prosecution witnesses.
An officer who mishandles his or her testimony in court can be impeached from the investigation.
Any witness moving through the well can automatically be impeached by the judge.
A witness in court will be impeached if he or she does not look directly at the jury when testifying.
Plan for future law enforcement services.
Compile statistics on crime in a given jurisdiction.
Provide information to insurance investigators.
Convey information to the victim or the victim’s family.
The subject does not take any action.
The subject of the sentence performs the actions.
The sentences are active in terms of the reader.
Exact quotations are always used.
reduce legal liability for the officer and the department.
enhance an officer’s career.
make a positive impact on a prosecutor’s case.
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