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1. It claims that the ruling class in a capitalist society is responsible for the creation of criminal law and
their ideological bases in the interpretation and enforcement of the laws. It focuses about crimes of
economic gain.
a. Instrumental c. Neutralization
b. Sub Culture d. Social Conflict
2. This theory asserts that the failure of a man to achieve a higher status of life causes him to commit
crimes thus that status/ goal to be attained.
a. Strain c. Economic
b. Instrumental d. Neutralization
3. It stated that the lower class cannot socialize effectively as the middle class in what is considered
appropriate middle class behaviour.
a. Differential Association c. Human Ecology
b. Sub Culture d. Social Conflict
4. It maintains that an individual will obey or disobey societal rules depending upon his or her ability to
rationalize whether he is protected from hurt or destruction.
a. Differential Association c. Differential Opportunity
b. Neutralization d. Strain
5. What is an Act Creating the Board of Examiners for Criminologists in the Philippines and For Other
a. RA 5487 c. RA 6506
b. RA 7877 d. RA 9208
6. What do you call an act or omission in violation of Special Laws or Presidential Decrees?
a. Breach c. Felony
b. Infraction d. Offense
7. It is any breach of the municipal or city ordinance.
a. Breach c. Felony
b. Infraction d. Misconduct
8. The following are considered essential and primary elements of crime except…
a. Capability c. Desire
b. Opportunity d. Technique
9. It is what induces or pushes the potential criminal to transgress the laws of the land.
a. Capability c. Desire
b. Opportunity d. Technique
10. This refers to the physical possibility that the crime could have been committed.
a. Opportunity c. Capability
b. Desire d. Technique
11. It is the ability of the person to execute the acts or omission punishable by laws.
a. Desire c. Opportunity
b. Capability d. Technique
12. In 1885, who was the Italian Law Professor that coined the term “criminologia”?
a. Albert Osborn c. Enrico Ferri
b. John Howard d. Rafaele Garofalo
13. In 1889, who was the French Anthropologist that used the French criminologie for the first time?
a. Calvin Goddard c. Jeremy Bentham
b. Paul Topinard d. Robert Merton
14. This refers to the mental processes such as decision making, reasoning and solving problems.
a. Academic c. Cerebral
b. Intellectual d. Scholastic
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15. Who is considered as the Father of Psychoanalysis?
a. Albert Osborn c. Calvin Goddard
b. Cesare Lombroso d. Sigmund Freud
16. It is also known as self-sexual abuse.
a. Coprolalia c. Don Juanism
b. Masturbation d. Sexual Trip
17. It is the licking and sucking of the female organ.
a. Annilingus c. Cunnilingus
b. Fellatio d. Brotsang Lababo
18. It refers to the kind of behavior which is outwardly manifested or those that are directly observable.
a. Conscious c. Covert
b. Overt d. Unconscious
19. If the act is done without knowing the nature and consequences is known as ...
a. Illogical c. Irrational
b. Unconscious d. Unreasonable
20. What is a branch of knowledge which deals with the study of human and animal behavior?
a. Physiology c. Psychiatry
b. Psychoanalysis d. Psychology
21. Which of the following is based on the principle of pleasure?
a. Alterego c. Ego
b. Id d. Superego
22. What aspect of behavior refers to our interaction and relationship with other people?
a. Brotherhood c. Community
b. Family d. Social
23. It is an inquiry or proceeding for the purpose of determining whether there is sufficient ground to
engender a well - founded belief that a crime cognizable by the Regional Trial Court has been
committed and that the respondent is probably guilty thereof and be held for trial.
a. Custodial Investigation c. Final Investigation
b. Preliminary Investigation d. Tactical Interrogation
24. In bringing the offender to the folds of the law and assisting in their conviction, what is the role of the
police when the case is under trial?
a. Act as witness in favor of the defense
b. Act as a witness in favor of the prosecution
c. Be responsible for the detention of the accused
d. Provide the court with evidence
25. It is a sworn written statement charging a person for an offense, subscribed by the offended party, public
officers or any peace officer in charged of the law violated.
a. Affidavit c. Complaint
b. Information d. Statement
26. It is an accusation in writing charging a person for an offense, subscribed by the fiscal and filed before
the court.
a. Affidavit c. Complaint
b. Information d. Statement
27. It is an agency of the government empowered by the constitution to determine the guilt of the accused.
a. Corrections c. Court
b. Police d. Prosecution
28. What do you call the order issues by the investigating prosecutor to compel the presence of the accused
in a particular time and date?
a. Certiorari c. Mandamus
b. Quo Warranto d. Subpoena
29. The following are the officers authorized by law to reverse the resolution of the investigating prosecutor
except …
a. Chief, Public Attorneys’ Office c. City Fiscal
b. State Prosecutor d. Secretary of Justice
30. The following are officers empowered to conduct Preliminary Investigation except…
a. City Fiscal c. Clerk of Court
b. Regional Prosecutor d. State Prosecutor
31. What serves as a basis in charging or prosecuting a person with and for an offense?
a. Intelligence Report c. Judge’s Whim
b. Probable Cause d. Raw Information
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32. It is a general pardon extended to a group or classes of person and is exercised by the chief executive
with the concurrence of congress. It is usually given to political offenders. Its purpose is to bring about
the return of dissidents and recalcitrant members of our population to their homes and resumption of
their lawful pursuit.
a. Amnesty c. Pardon
b. Parole d. Reprieve
33. It is a program of activity directed to restore an inmate’s self respect thereby making him a law-abiding
citizen after serving his sentence.
a. Reformation c. Restitution
b. Retribution d. Revival
34. It refers to anything, which is contrary or against the rules of a particular prison or jail facility like cash,
jewelry, dangerous drugs and deadly weapons.
a. Censored Article c. Contraband
b. Prohibited Item d. Taboo Stuff
35. It is the adjudication by the court that the accused is guilty or not of the offense charged, aid in the
imposition of the proper penalty and civil liability provided for by the law on the accused.
a. Appeal c. Arraignment
b. Judgment d. Pre Trial
36. Which of the following is formerly known as Inferior Court?
a. Court of Appeals c. Municipal Trial Court
b. Regional Trial Court d. Sandiganbayan
37. Under the Miranda Doctrine, the accused has the following rights except …
a. The right to appeal in an adverse judgment.
b. The right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation against him.
c. The right to counsel of his own choice.
d. The right to remain silent.
38. It is the Witness Protection, Security and Benefit Act of the Philippines
a. RA 6981 c. RA 7610
b. RA 8551 d. RA 9344
39. Who issues warrant of arrest?
a. Fiscal c. Judge
b. Lawyer d. Police
40. What is the branch of criminology, which deals with the management and administration of inmates?
a. Criminalistics c. Etiology of Crime
b. Penology d. Sociology of Law
41. It refers to the grass root approach undertaken to bring the people and the police closer together in a
more cooperative condition.
a. Community Empowerment c. People Power
b. Proper Cooperation d. Team Policing
42. It refers to the civilian agency of the government responsible for the enforcement of laws, prevention
and control of crimes, maintenance of peace and order and ensuring public safety and the internal
security with the active support of the community.
a. AFP c. NBI
b. PLEB d. PNP
43. What is the usual greeting rendered by uniformed personnel upon meeting and recognizing persons
entitled to it?
a. Bow c. Hand Shake
b. Thumb Up d. Salute
44. What is the first and most fundamental unit of society?
a. Church c. Family
b. Government d. School
45. They are police officers who engage in relatively minor type of corruption opportunities as they present
a. Cotton Eaters c. Grass Eaters
b. Meat Eaters d. Metal Eaters
46. It is a practical science, which deals with human morality, good manners and right conduct as applied in
law enforcement.
a. Human Ethics c. Police Ethics
b. Law Enforcement Etiquette d. Officers’ Ethics

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47. Whom a PNP member who is newly assigned or appointed in a unit or command for accounting,
orientation and other purposes must call on?
a. Boss c. Chief
b. Captain d. Sir
48. What is done as a sign of respect to a member of the command or organization who died?
a. Flag Raising c. Half – Mast
b. Promotion d. Retreat
49. The following ranks are given honor ceremony during arrival and departure except…
a. Chief Inspector c. Chief Superintendent
b. Director General d. General
50. It is the relinquishment and assumption of command or key position that is publicly announced by the
outgoing and incoming officers.
a. Commencement Exercises c. Promotion Rite
b. Recognition Program d. Turn Over Ceremony
51. It refers to the binding spirit that enhances teamwork and cooperation in the police organization.
a. Camaraderie c. Coordination
b. Solidarity d. Unity
52. What symbolizes the 14 Regional Commands? It is also a symbol of honor, dignity and the privilege of
being a member of a noble organization where the call to public service is par excellence, a commitment
to public trust.
a. Laurel c. Philippine Flag
b. Sea Lion d. Sun
53. What is the symbol of the Philippine Constabulary, the first National Police by virtue of Organic Act No.
175, enacted by the Philippine Commission on 18 July 1901?
a. Badge c. Gun
b. Sword d. Shield
54. In Police Corruption, this term refers to a cop who is considered having all the deviant behaviors of a
corrupt policeman.
a. Black Knight c. Carnivorous
b. Rogue d. White Knight
55. Which among the following is the most preferred court to handle cases involving Child in Conflict with
the Law?
a. Barangay Court c. Family Court
b. Regional Trial Court d. Supreme Court

56. It refers to any form of detention or imprisonment, or to the placement of a child in conflict with the law
in a public or private custodial setting, from which the child in conflict with the law is not permitted to
leave at will by order of any judicial or administrative authority.
a. Apprehension c. Confinement
b. Deprivation of Liberty d. Incarceration
57. It refers to an alternative, child-appropriate process of determining the responsibility and treatment of a
child in conflict with the law on the basis of his/her social, cultural, economic, psychological or
educational background without resorting to formal court proceedings.
a. Diversion c. Due Process
b. Friendly Interview d. Preliminary Investigation
58. It refers to a series of activities, which are designed to address issues that caused the child to commit an
offense. It may take the form of an individualized treatment program, which may include counseling,
skills training, education, and other activities that will enhance his/her psychological, emotional and
psychosocial well-being.
a. Diversion c. Intervention
b. Probation d. Rehabilitation
59. It refers to a system dealing with children at risk and children in conflict with the law, which provides
child-appropriate proceedings, including programs and services for prevention, diversion, rehabilitation,
re-integration and aftercare to ensure their normal growth and development.
a. Child Justice and Welfare c. Juvenile Justice and Welfare
b. Minor Justice and Welfare d. Youth Justice and Welfare
60. It refers to a 24-hour child - caring institution managed by accredited local government units (Lugs) and
licensed and/or accredited nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) providing short-term residential care
for children in conflict with the law who are awaiting court disposition of their cases or transfer to other
agencies or jurisdiction.
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a. Child Placement Home c. Receiving Home
b. Detention Home d. Rehabilitation Home
61. It refers to a 24-hour residential care facility managed by the Department of Social Welfare and
Development (DSWD), LGUs, licensed and/or accredited NGOs monitored by the DSWD, which
provides care, treatment and rehabilitation services for children in conflict with the law. Rehabilitation
services are provided under the guidance of a trained staff where residents are cared for under a
structured therapeutic environment with the end view of reintegrating them into their families and
communities as socially functioning individuals. Physical mobility of residents of said centers may be
restricted pending court disposition of the charges against them.
a. Youth Reformative Center c. Youth Rehabilitative Center
b. Youth Reintegrative Center d. Youth Restorative Center
62. It is a manifestation of mental disorder through an erroneous perception without an external object of
a. Delusion c. Depression
b. Hallucination d. Illusion
63. It is defined as an erroneous belief in something, which is not a fact.
a. Delusion c. Depression
b. Hallucination d. Illusion
64. What is a form of mental disorder resulting from the degeneration or disorder of the brain characterized
by general mental weakness, forgetfulness, loss of coherence and total inability to reason but not
accompanied by delusion or uncontrollable impulse?
a. Amnesia c. Dementia
b. Mania d. Melancholia
65. When thoughts and impulses continually occur in the person’s mind despite attempts to keep them out
and when a condition of the mind bordering on sanity and insanity which is sometimes associated with
some sort of fear and usually occurs in persons suffering from nervous exhaustion, this is known as …
a. Delusion c. Hallucination
b. Illusion d. Obsession
66. It is a state of excitement accompanied by exaltation or a feeling of well-being which is out of harmony
with the surrounding circumstances of the patient.
a. Amnesia c. Dementia
b. Mania d. Melancholia
67. It refers to an intense feeling of depression and misery which is unwarranted by his physical condition
and external environment.
a. Amnesia c. Dementia
b. Mania d. Melancholia
68. It is a Volition Disorders – Conation characterized by a sudden and irresistible force compelling a person
to the conscious performance of some action without motive or forethought.
a. Compulsion c. Impulsion
b. Isolation d. Obsession
69. What is a defense reaction to frustration when the anger is directed to someone or something other than
to the person/ thing the individual is angry at?
a. Compromise c. Displacement
b. Regression d. Substitution
70. What type of compromise reaction is best described when there is a desire on the individual to
counterbalance inferiority to that of something he can succeed?
a. Compensation c. Displacement
b. Regression d. Substitution
71. What type of conflict happens when there are two desirable but mutually exclusive goals?
a. Approach – Approach c. Approach – Avoidance
b. Avoidance – Avoidance d. Multiple
72. It is the process of interpreting our behavior in ways more acceptable to the self by using reasoning or
alibis to substitute causes.
a. Fixation c. Rationalization
b. Repression d. Sublimation
73. This phase of crisis management is designed to predict or prevent the probability of occurrence of crises
and at the same time prepared to handle them when these occur?
a. Active c. Inactive
b. Pro - Active d. Reactive

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74. The principal component/ scope of criminology which is focused on explaining the causes of crime and
criminal behavior is called
a. Criminal Etiology c. Sociology of Law
b. Crime Detection d. Criminal Sociology
75. The principal component/ scope of criminology which is focused on the process of making law and the
process it undergoes to effect social control is referred to as
a. Criminal Sociology c. Sociology of Law
b. Victimology d. Criminal Etiology
76. Who coined the term criminology in English language?
a. Cirilo Tradio c. Cesare Lombrosso
b. Paul Topinard d. Robert K. Merton
77. Who is the Dean of Modern criminology?
a. Austin Turk c. Cesare Lombroso
b. Cesare Beccaria d. Edwin Sutherland
78. The redress that the state takes against an offending member of societies that usually involves pain and
suffering is called
a. Sentence c. Redress
b. Penalty d. Punishment
79. In criminal law, Dolo means
a. Intent c. Deceit
b. Imprudence d. Fault
80. In criminal law, Culpa means
c. a. Intent c. Deceit
d. Imprudence d. Fault
81. Which of the following is a victimless crime?
a. Gambling c. Child Abuse
b. Blue Sunday Law d. Cockfighting
82. An amount given as a compensation for a criminal act this is called
a. fine c. imprisonment
b. payment d. damages
83. It is the law that provides for Barangay Court System.
a. Republic Act 4864 c. Republic Act 5487
b. Republic Act 6975 d. Republic Act 7160
84. A person who is small-boned, fat, short, easy going and craves for comfort and lifestyle is ______.
a. Endomorph c. Ectomorph
b. Octomorph d. Mesomorph
85. Reports on crimes committed indifferent areas are consolidated by the police station. The statistical data
on crime incident is called:
a. Crime frequency c. Crime index
b. Crime volume d. Crime rate
86. He studied facial features of criminals and called it as physiognomy as a method of judging character
and identifying criminal types through facial features.
a. Charles Goring c. William Sheldon
b. Johann Kasper Lavater d. Franz Joseph Gall
87. One of the founders of French psychiatry and he also coined the phrase “manie sans delire” to denote
what eventually was referred to as “psychopathic personality”.
a. August Comte c. Philippe Pinel
b. Charles Darwin d. Henry Maudsley
88. It refers to the study of the external formation of the skull that indicates the conformation of the brain
and the development of its various parts as related to the behavior of the offender.
a. Physiognomy c. Somatotype
b. Indocrinology d. Phrenology
89. It is committed by a person belonging to the upper socio-economic class in the course of occupational
a. Blue-collar crime c. White-collar crime
b. Rational crime d. Irrational Crime
90. When the offender acquires something as a consequence of his criminal act, it is known as …
a. Acquisitive c. Extinctive
b. Seasonal d. Situational

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91. What criminological classification of crime is committed in the shortest possible time?
a. Episoidal c. Instant
b. Seasonal d. Static
92. It is the process by which the individual reduce the frequency of their offending behavior as the age
a. doing gender c. criminal reduction
b. aging out d. active precipitation
93. Crimes are classified under the Revised Penal Code according to their gravity. What crime to which the
law attaches the capital punishment or afflictive penalties
a. light felonies c. less grave felonies
b. complex felonies d. grave felonies
94. This term literally means “little war”. Today, the term is used interchangeably with the term “terrorism”.

a. violence c. guerilla
b. revolution d. rebel
95. Known as the “Mother of Criminals”
a. Margaret Juke c. Ada Juke
b. Ada Kallikak d. Ada Edwards
96. RA 9344 was approved on:
a. April 28, 2006 c. March 28, 2006
b. January 26, 2006 d. May 26, 2006
97. The teacher is considered as the another parent of the children based on the principle of:
a. Parens patriae c. Patria potestas
b. Loco parentis d. All of these
98. Pedro is a long time suitor of Nene. For ten years he did not court any girls, because he wants Nene to be
his girlfriend. Surprisingly, he found out that Nene had a boyfriend and it was his best friend. He was so
anger and planned to revenge by raping Nene. This is an example of:
a. Social Disorganization Theory c. Strain Theory
b. Cultural Deviance Theory d. Neurological Theory
99. Juan thinks that smoking and drinking of alcohol makes him to become more matured. This will fall on
the theory of:
a. Psychodynamic Theory c. Behavioral Theory
b. Cognitive Theory d. Genetic theory
100. Refers to the judicious pairing of the applicant and the child to promote a mutually satisfying parent-
child relationship.
a. Choosing c. Matching
b. Selecting d. Pairing
101. An Act requiring certification of the department of social welfare and development (DSWD) to declare
a "CHILD LEGALLY AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION" as a prerequisite for adoption proceedings.
a. RA 7610 c. RA 8043
b. RA 8551 d. RA 9523
102. Known as The Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act and
more commonly referred as Anti-Child Abuse Law enacted June 17, 1992.
a. RA 7610 c. RA 8043
b. RA 8551 d. RA 9523
103. An Act Prohibiting The Employment of Children Below 15 Years Of Age In Public And Private
Undertakings, amending for this purpose Section 12, Article VIII of R.A. 7610
a. RA 9208 c. RA 9262
b. RA 7610 d. RA 7658
104. Refers to participation by a person in prostitution or the production of pornographic materials as a
result of being subjected to a threat, deception, coercion, abduction, force, abuse of authority, debt
bondage, fraud or through abuse of a victim's vulnerability.
a. Sex Tourism c. Sex Exploitation
b. Sex Scandal d. Sexual Intercourse
105. When a child says bad word, the parent who heard him must immediately talk to the child and explain
why children should not say bad words. This is an example of:
a. Neurological theory c. Cognitive theory
b. Behavioral theory d. Psychodynamic theory

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106. It is committed by any person who shall engage in trading and dealing with children including, but not
limited to the act of buying and selling of a child for money or for any other consideration, or barter.
a. Child Exploitation c. Child Marketing
b. Child Prostitution d. Child Trafficking
107. According to this theory, individual’s behavior depends on how people around him react towards his
behavior, simply stated, an act when rewarded, will be repeated. On the other hand, an act when
punished will be avoided.
a. Differential Association Theory c. Containment Theory
b. Differential Reinforcement Theory d. Social Bond Theory
108. The psychological tendency of a hostage to bond with, identify with, or sympathize with his or her
a. Stockholm syndrome c. Struckholm syndrome
b. Stuckholm syndrome d. All of these
109. This is how people transact with another wherein the stimulus and response patterns from one ego
state to another are parallel.
a. Non Complimentary c. Supplementary
b. Non Supplementary d. Complimentary
110. This is state is best described as dependent, rebellious, selfish, demanding, impatient and emotional.
a. Adolescence Ego c. Adult Ego
b. Child Ego d. Parent Ego
111. It is one kind of amnesia characterized by loss of memory of past events and observed in traumas of
the head.
a. Retrograde amnesia c. Anterograde amnesia
b. Forgetograde amnesia d. All of these
112. Which of the following is not included in the components of Criminal justice System of the United
a. Law Enforcement c. Corrections
b. Prosecution d. Courts
113. This criminal justice model is based on the idea that the most important function of the CJS is the
protection of the public and the repression of criminal conduct.
a. Crime prevention c. Crime control
b. Law and order d. Due process
114. According to this criminal justice model, the rights of an individual must be co-equal with the concern
for public safety.
a. Crime prevention c. Crime control
b. Law and order d. Due process
115. This is an examination of a man’s house or other buildings or premises, of his person, with a view to
the discovery of contraband or illicit or stolen property or some evidence of guilt to be used in the
prosecution of a criminal action or some offense with which he is charged.
a. Ocular inspection c. Seizure
b. Security survey d. Search
116. The presentation of sufficient facts as would convince the judge issuing the warrant of arrest, not that
the particular person has committed the crime, but that there is a sufficient reason for believing that the
person whose arrest is sought, committed the crime charged.
a. Preponderance of evidence c. Probable cause
b. Prima facie case d. Evidence
117. This is primarily tasked for the expeditious delivery of prosecutorial services in ordinary criminal case.
a. National Bureau of Investigation c. Philippine National Police
b. National Prosecution Service d. Department of Justice
118. This jurisdiction empowers the court to decide all disputes, which may come before it except those
assigned to other courts.
a. Appellate c. General
b. Original d. Limited
119. It is the study of crime and criminals and the efforts of society to repress them.
a. Crime c. Criminology
b. Criminological Science d. Criminalistics
120. It is the application of the different sciences to the detection of crime for instance, dactyloscopy,
forensic medicine etc.
a. Crime Detection c. Criminology
b. Criminalistics d. Forensic Science
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121. The scientific study which treats crime as a social phenomenon is called
a. Crime Detection c. Criminalistics
b. Forensic Science d. Criminology
122. Criminology has three broad scopes which of the following is not one of them?
a. Criminal Etiology c. Sociology of Law
b. Criminal Sociology d. Penology
123. This is a governmental body, which is charged with the responsibility of administering justice.
a. Law Enforcement c. Correction
b. Prosecution d. Court
124. Any person directly vested with jurisdiction, whether as an individual or as a member of some court,
Government Corporation, board or commission.
a. Agent of person in authority c. Government officer
b. Government employee d. Person in authority
125. Basically, a police department is organized first and foremost from this purpose.
a. Intelligence c. Crime prevention
b. Investigation d. Patrol
126. This embraces crime prevention and crime control role, including the customary police functions.
a. Order maintenance c. Investigation
b. Law enforcement d. Patrol
127. What is the type of offense committed where there is no private offended party involved?
a. status offense c. minor crime
b. civil crime d. victimless crime
128. Refers to the apprehension or taking into custody of a child in conflict with the law by law
enforcement officers or private citizens is termed as:
a. Arrest c. initial contact
b. child custody d. all of the above
129. The following agencies are under the agency of DOJ which one is not considered?
a. bureau of immigration c. bureau of correction
b. national bureau of investigation d. bureau of jail management and penology
130. A child who is alleged as, accused of, or adjudged as, having committed an offense under Philippine
laws is considered:
a. child at risk c. child in conflict with the law
b. minor offense d. juvenile offender
131. It refers to the security given for the release of the person in custody of the law, furnished by him/her
or a bondsman, to guarantee his/her appearance before any court.
a. surety c. money order
b. bail d. conditions
132. A parent who provided an egg, sperm, or uterus with an intent of giving the child up for adoption to
specific parties
a. step parent c. foster parent
b. surrogate parent d. none of the above
133. At what time may the accused move to quash the complaint or information?
a. any time before entering his plea c. at any time before
his arrest
b. only after entering his plea d. All of the above
134. Refers to the type of a particular crime category.
a. Civil case c. Crime against property
b. Crime against person d. Crime typology
135. An administrative sanction imposed to policeman who feign sickness or injury to avoid performance
of duty.
a. Moonlighting c. Feigning
b. Gallivanting d. Malingering
136. Defense mechanism is normally resulted to in order to protect oneself from:
a. Danger c. Harm
b. Sickness d. Fear
137. They are referred to as ___ terrorist who operates across national boarder and whose actions and
political aspirations may affect individuals of more than one nationality.
a. International c. National
b. Transnational d. Multi-national

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138. What is the study of the relationship between criminality and population?
a. Criminal Anthropology c. Criminal Demography
b. Criminal Ecology d. Criminal Sociology
139. Who was an English Statistician who studied the case history of 2,000 convicts and found that Heredity
is more influential than environment as determinant of Criminal behavior?
a. Charles Goring c. Cesare Beccaria
b. Cesare Lombroso d. John Howard
140. Who is a trained person in the application of sciences, instruments and methods in the detection of
a. Criminologist c. Police Officer
b. Criminalist d. Special Investigator
141. It refers to any person who is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Criminology, has passed the
Criminologist Licensure Examination and registered in the Professional Regulation Commission.
a. Criminalist c. Criminologist
b. Police Officer d. Special Investigator
142. They are criminals who earn their living through criminal activities.
a. Accidental c. Habitual
b. Neophyte d. Professional
143. These are criminals who commit criminal acts as a result of unanticipated circumstances.
a. Accidental c. Habitual
b. Neophyte d. Professional
144. Who originated the idea of Somatotyping and distinguished three (3) physical types of physique as
Asthenic, Athletic and Pyknic?
a. Robert Ezra Park c. Walter Reckless
b. Ernst Kretschmer d. William Sheldon
145. According to Lombroso, these are physical characteristics that distinguish born criminals from the
general population and are throwbacks to animals or primitive people.
a. Physical deviations c. Atavistic stigmata
b. Distinguishable traits d. Ape-like appearance
146. It refers to unnecessary and unreasonable use of force in effecting arrest or abuse in the manner of
conducting search and seizure.
a. Brutality c. Imprudence
b. Negligence d. Nonfeasance
147. It is the Code of Ethics for Government Officials and Employees in the Philippines.
a. RA 3815 c. RA 4136
b. RA 6713 d. RA 9262
148. What is done as a sign of respect to a member of the command or organization who died?
a. Flag Raising c. Promotion
b. Retreat d. Half – Mast
149. These are honest policemen who are ready to hide the corrupt practices of their comrades as part of
a. Black Knights c. Carnivorous
b. Rogues d. Straight Shooters
150. It is a pro-active decentralized approach designed to reduce crime, disorder and by extension, fear of
crime and intensely involving the same officer in the same community on a long-term basis so that the
residents will develop trust to cooperate with police by providing information and assistance to achieve
its mission.
a. Community Policing c. Environmental Policing
b. Society Policing d. State Policing

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