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EXERCISE QUIZ IN CRIM-4 Date: __________________________ Name: __________________________ Time: _____________________

Juvenile Delinquency and Crime Prevention INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each answer by underlining the letter of your choice on the sheet provided. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. MULTIPLE CHOICE: 1. The child and youth welfare code is a law about the juvenile delinquency which is a provision in: a. PD 515 b. PD 503 c. PD 603 d. PD 306 2. The following are factors that constitute a youthful offender, except: a. Youth b. Child c. Senile person d. Minor 3. The expenses for the care of the youthful offender whose sentence have been suspended shall be come by the following, except: a. Parents b. Municipal government c. Department of justice d. National Government 4. This is ______ agencys duty and concerned to take care the youthful offender, after his apprehension, to any available government medical officer for his medical and mental check up. a. Drug enforcement b. Law Enforcement c. Traffic Enforcement d. Civic Activity Enforcement 5. A child over 9 years of age or under shall not be held liable for this kind of liability after he committed an offense. a. Civil Liability b. Criminal Liability c. Administrative Liability d. Youthful liability 6. The following are elemental factors that caused the juvenile problems, EXCEPT: a. Lack of love b. Police Brutality c. Poverty d. Parents neglect 7. This the agency in the Government that provides shelter, accommodation training and rehabilitation programs for the juvenile delinquents, EXCEPT: a. DSWD b. DILG c. DOJ d. BJMP 1

8. The DSWD or any government training institution where the youthful offender, has been committed shall submit to the court a report on the conduct of the above mentioned offender every ______; a. Every 4 Months b. Every 2 Months c. Every 6 Months d. Every 3 Months 9. The order of the court denying an application for suspension of sentence shall ______; a. Not be appealable b. Be appealable c. Not be argumentable d. Be argumentable 10. A youthful offender whose sentence has been application for suspended and has found to be incorrigible shall be returned to the committing ________ for the pronouncement of judgment; a. Parents b. Relatives c. Friends d. Court 11. A youthful offender is a minor who is over __ years and under ____ of age at the time of the commission of the offense. a. 6 and 16 b. 5 and 15 c. 7 and 17 d. 9 and 18 12. The DSWD shall establish this kind of homes in different cities and provinces distinct for the cases juvenile offender; a. Home for the aged b. Home for the mentally retarded c. Home for battered women d. Detention home 13. The record of the youthful offender whose charges has been dropped shall be considered privileged and shall not be disclosed to anybody for any purpose: a. False b. True c. Maybe d. Doubtful 14. An offending minor who is exempted from the criminal liability, is committed to the care of the following, EXCEPT: a. Father b. Jail guards c. Mother d. Relatives 15. If the family of the youthful offender is not able to furnish bail, he shall be committed to the care of this agency: a. BBRC b. DSWD c. DOJ d. BJMP 16. Records as being referred to in PD 603 can be found in the following law enforcement agencies, EXCEPT: a. NSO b. NBI c. PNP d. DOJ 17. Delinquency means that a child is ______ , EXCEPT: 2

a. Notorious b. Unruly c. Outrageous d. Contain 18. Does a mentally retarded youth can be held liable if he kills another person: a. Yes b. No c. Maybe d. It depends 19. Youths are considered at risk when they engage in dangerous conduct such as the following, EXCEPT: a. Drug abuse b. Alcohol use c. Violent actions d. Civic oriented 20. In the segments of Juvenile Justice System; the following are designed to treat youthful offenders, EXCEPT: a. Law Enforcement b. The Courts c. Night Out Joints d. Correctional Agencies 21. In a strict legal sense, a juvenile is a person who has not reach the age prescribed by: a. Societys Common Law b. City or Municipal Ordinance c. Law that is formally codified d. Philippine Culture and Society 22. In Philippine Society, the age prescribe by law for juvenile is: a. Below 21 years b. 21 years c. Below 18 years d. 18 years 23. One of the most important social groups in which the juveniles participate and start develop his/her behavior is: a. The BARKADA System b. The environmental condition c. The consequence d. Parental neglect 24. Which following social institution is not likely to influence much in the good character formation of the child? a. Family/Home b. Police c. Church d. School 25. Of the following, one is considered as the foundation of the nation: a. The Church b. The Family c. The School d. The Police 26. Some parents are observed to be neglectful to attend and satisfy the basic needs of their children. These neglects are characterized as: a. Physical and Emotional b. Emotional and Social c. Physical and Spiritual d. Metal and Emotional 27. Which of the following social units that is in a better position for the intellectual developments of the child? 3

a. The School b. The Church c. The Family d. The Community 28. An act that is committed by a juvenile is considered an offense, but not a crime when committed by an adult; a. Misdemeanor b. Deviant offense c. Teenage crime d. Status offense 29. A child who is habitually truant in home or school, or who intentionally neglect to obey parents advice, or commit misdemeanors is referred to as: a. Delinquent child b. Youth offender c. Juvenile delinquent d. Both A and C 30. The following are considered as among the characteristics of a juvenile delinquent, EXCEPT one; a. Habitually running from home b. Habitual violation of curfew hour c. Drinking liquor at age 21 d. Underage smoking 31. A situation that results to non acceptance of a youth in school by reason of failure of grades, or serious violation of school rules and regulations. a. Out-of-school youth b. School-dropped out c. Physical deformity d. Low IQ (Intelligence Quotient) 32. Laws such as R.A 7610, R.A 9344, and PD 603 were purposely enacted for: a. The best interest of the government b. The best interest of the child c. The best interest of the family d. The best interest of the family 33. The conduct or activity of a juvenile that is disapproved or against the accepted norm of a particular society; a. Folkways, custom, or tradition b. Deviance c. Vandalism d. Status offense 34. A child is legally considered abandoned by his or her parents when deserted for a continuous period of: a. 3 months b. 2 months c. 6 months d. 4 months

35. The rate of the problem of juvenile delinquency is most likely to rise in: a. Urban centers b. Far-flank municipalities c. Rural areas d. Exclusive subdivision 36. The law PD 603 prescribed that age of minority at: a. Below 21 years old b. 18 years old 4

c. Below 18 years old d. Below 15 years old 37. Person who has not reach the age prescribed by law is referred to as: a. Juvenile b. Child c. Minor d. All of the above 38. Which of the following should be avoided by the police in dealing with juvenile? a. Professional attitude b. Punitive and stigmatizing attitude c. Human rights oriented attitude d. Caring and sympathizing attitude 39. Juvenile delinquency is one of the most disturbing problem in Philippine: a. Politics b. Law enforcement c. Society d. Economy 40. Poverty is one of the considered factors that influence juvenile delinquency. In a sense, youths that come low income families are likely to be come: a. Problem in law enforcement b. Public enemy c. Potential-law breakers d. Assets of the government 41. Most studies on juvenile delinquency shows that _____ comes from broken families; a. Vandals b. Recidivist c. Deviants d. Street children 42. As a rule, the police is required to treat the juvenile offenders with: a. Care and sympathy b. No excuses for forgiveness c. Strictness and restraint d. Forgiveness and tolerance 43. The problem in juvenile delinquency is felt in: a. Poor society b. All sectors of society c. Rich society d. Middle class society 44. Unemployment create the increasing number of idle youths that may become potential ________ , specially those coming from low income families; a. Job-seekers b. Law-breakers c. Work-applicants d. None of the above 45. The growing incidence of home and school truancy, street children, school dropped outs teenage sexual exploitation, drug abuse, and other form of vices are indicative of worsening ______ of juvenile delinquency. a. Situation b. Condition c. Problem d. Occurrence 46. A child who is over 9 years of age or under shall not be held liable for this kind of liability after he committed an offense; a. Civil liability b. Criminal liability c. Administrative liability d. Youthful liability 5

47. A youthful offender whose sentence has been application for suspended and has found to be incorrigible shall be returned to committing _____ for the pronouncement of judgment. a. Parents b. Relatives c. Friends d. Court 48. Juvenile delinquency is particularly a ________ ; a. Problem behavior b. Anti-Social behavior c. Criminal behavior d. Abnormal behavior 49. The form of ______ dysfunction is most often linked to delinquency; a. Heart b. Kidney c. Brain d. Liver 50. The view that both thought and behavior have biological and social bass is called: a. Zoological theory b. Anthropological theory c. Biosocial theory d. Biological theory