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1. The management and administration of the police organization is

directed towards the achievement of goals and objectives. ____
are broad statements of general and long-term organizational
purposes often used to define the role of the police.
A. Objectives
B. Goals
C. Tactics
D. Strategies

2. The classical philosophy of management that sought to discover

the best method of performing specific task. This is based from
the works of Frederick Taylor.
A. Scientific Management
B. Bureaucratic Model
C. Theory X and Y
D. The Hawthorne Effect

3. From the works of McGregor, ___ assumes that people have little
ambition, dislike work, and must be coerced in order to perform
A. Theory Y
B. Theory X
C. Theory Z
D. Theory T

4. The performance rating is the evaluation of the traits, behavior

and effectiveness of a police officer on the job as determined by
work standards. This is done through ___.
A. Judgment
B. Appraisal
C. Compensation
D. Training

5. The first step in the recruiting procedure, and the one that should
receive greatest emphasis, is that of attracting well-qualified
applicants. Recruitment in the police service is dependent on the
availability of national or regional quota of the PNP, which is
determined by the ____.
A. Civil Service Commission
B. National Police Commission
C. PNP HRDD (Personnel)
D. All of the above

6. The appointing authority for Non Commissioned Officers in the

PNP as per standards is the ___.
A. Regional Director with attestation of the CSC
B. Chief PNP with concurrence of Congress
C. President
D. City or Municipal Mayor

7. What is another term for Longevity Pay among PNP members?

A. Longevity Allowance
B. Foggy Pay
C. Basic Pay
D. Gross Pay

8. A PNP member of his or her own request and with the approval of
the NAPOLCOM, retire from the service shall be paid separation
benefits corresponding to a position two ranks higher than his
present rank provided that the officer or non-officer has
A. at least 20 years of service
B. at least 56 years old
C. at least 12 years of service
D. at least 45 years old

9. Which body is responsible for the receiving all citizens complaint

against PNP members regardless of the imposable penalty for the
offense alleged?
A. National Police Commission
B. Chief of Police
D. Regional Director

10. A punishable act constituted by the omission or refusal, without

sufficient excuse, to perform an act or duty, which it was the
peace officers legal obligation to perform; it implies a duty as
well as its breach and the fast can never be found in the absence
of a duty.
A. Nonfeasance
B. Misfeasance
C. Malfeasance
D. Misconduct

11. What type of organizational structure is the combination of the

line type and the functional type?
A. Line and Staff
B. Complex Structure
C. Matrix Type
D. Auxiliary Type

12. The Chief of the Philippine National Police has the rank of Police
Director General in the Armed Forces of the Philippines with a___.
A. 5 star rank
B. 4 star rank
C. 3 star rank
D. 2 star rank

13. A series of preliminary decisions on a framework, which in turn

guides subsequent decisions that generate the nature and
direction of an organization. This is usually long range in nature.
A. Strategic Plan
B. Operational Plan
C. Master Plan
D. Letter of Instruction

14. The Master Plan Sandigan-Milenyo (Anti-Crime Master Plan) is an

example of __.
A. Long range plan
B. Intermediate or medium term plan
C. Short range plan
D. Operational Plan

15. Which of the following is not subjected to field operational plans?

A. Traffic
B. Investigation
C. Records
D. Patrol

16. History of policing traced that the ____ was composed of Roman
soldiers or centurions carefully selected by the commander of the
city under the authority of Emperor Ceasar.
A. Charlies
B. Boobies
C. Tythingmen
D. Praetorian Guard

17. During the colonial times in the United States, American

watchmen were called _____.
A. Leathermen
B. Bootlegs
C. Bobbies
D. Rangers

18. In the history of Philippine policing, the first Filipino Chief of the
Philippine Constabulary was __.
A. General McArthur
B. Capt. Henry Allen
C. Col. Antonio Torres
D. Gen. Rafael Crame

19. If you patrol your beat along certain streets and make regular
stops at specific times and locations, criminals will learn your
habits and take steps to avoid you. This is one of the
disadvantages of
A. Foot patrol
B. Bicycle patrol
C. Vehicle Patrol
D. Two man patrol

20. The most practical advantage of the motorcycle patrol over the
other patrol methods is __.
A. Security
B. Low cost
C. Speed
D. Visibility
21. It is the old system of police patrol activity which consists of
continuously driving around the area of patrol waiting for
something to happen and to react accordingly in case something
does happen.
A. Pro active patrol
B. Reactive Patrol
C. Participative law enforcement
D. Police Omnipresence

22. If Patrol Division is the backbone of the Police Organization, ____

is the backbone of police tactics.
A. Police Investigation
B. Police Planning
C. Police Communication
D. Police Records

23. Policemen should have this quality. It is found in the value of a

policeman who is mindful of the welfare of other. It is basic to
police leadership because community welfare is the primordial
responsibility of the police. Harmonious relationship between the
police and the community depends, to a great degree, upon
influence that enters in the shaping of community policies.
A. Paternalism
B. Decisiveness
C. Fairness
D. Moral Ascendancy
24. Who once said, One Spy in the right place is worth 20,000 men in
the field.
A. Napoleon Bonaparte
B. Fredrick the Great
C. Alexander the Great
D. Sir Walshingham of England

25. The Federal Bureau of Investigation was established on 1908 as

an investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Justice and
became what is known as the F.B.I. under its first Director
A. Joseph Petrosino
B. Manuel Pena
C. John Edgar Hoover
D. Emmanuel Kant

26. The reduction of info into writing or some other form of graphical
representation and the arranging or this info into writing or some
form of graphical representation and the arranging of this into
groups of related items is called __.
A. Collection
B. Analysis
C. Recording
D. Evaluation

27. From the Evaluation Guide in reporting intelligence information,

the use of T, U, V, W, X pertains to __.
A. Accuracy of Information
B. Reliability of Information
C. Source of Information
D. User of Information

28. The kind of fence that is constructed in such away that visual
access through the fence is denied from the intruders.
A. Full view
B. Solid
C. Top guard
D. Wall

29. This consist of any formula, pattern, device or compilation of

information which is used in ones business and which gives him
an opportunity to gain an advantage over competitors who do not
know or use it. It may be a formula for a chemical compound a
process of manufacturing, treating or preserving materials, a
pattern for machine or device, or a list of customers. It differs
from other secret information as to single or ephemeral events. It
is a process or device for continuous use in the protection of the
A. Patent
B. Trade Secret
C. Business Secret
D. Proprietary Information

30. A Code is a system which uses words as the smallest element

while a cipher is a system that manipulates one, two, or three
characters at a time. In cryptographic systems, the symbol P:
means ___.
A. Code one
B. Plaintext
C. Plain Null
D. Abbreviation