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Did you know?
100

__________ cause is more than bare suspicion.

What is probable?

100

To __________ is to decrease the intensity in certain situations.

What is de-escalate?

100

Roadblocks are an exception to the reasonable suspicion rule.

What it true?

100

The _____ Amendment states that no person should be compelled to witness against himself.

What is the 5th?

100

The most important rule, in governing a traffic stop, is that law enforcement officers must have reasonable ________, before making the stop.

What is suspicion?

200

Police will establish __________ or (bond with) a person during an interrogation.

What is rapport?
200

This is a form of roadblock in which the police stop every vehicle for the purpose of controlling drunk driving.

What is sobriety checkpoint?

200

Passengers cannot be arrested during a traffic stop.

What is false?

200

A stop by a police officer for no reason or without any justification is _______.

What is illegal?

200

The two requirements for warrantless vehicle searches are probable cause and the vehicle be ________ (could drive away at any time)

What is mobile?

300

To have _________ awareness is to be alert and know what is going on around you.

What is situational?

300

When a person says he/she committed the act it is a ____________.

What is confession?

300

The police do not need reasonable suspicion to make a vehicle search valid.

What is false?

300

Miranda warnings must be given to a suspect who is in police ___________.

What is custody?

300

To be valid, a Miranda waiver must be intelligent and _________.

What is voluntary?

400

Making an _________ is taking a person into custody against his/her will.

What is arrest?

400

A __________ is an intentional giving up of a know right.

What is waiver?

400

Your rights do NOT have to be read to you at the time of the arrest.

What is true?

400

When being questioned by police you need to ask for and wait for your attorney and do not _______ any questions.

What is answer?

400
During police interrogations, police are legally allowed to _______ about DNA evidence and video footage.

What is lie?

500

A valid stop that is used as a pretext to search a vehicle is called a __________.

What is pretextual stop?

500

Reasonable ____________ is a legal standard of proof that is less than probable cause.

What is suspicion?

500

A confession is more incriminating than an admission.

What is true?

500

Police have many types of calls each day, but they need to remain focused and always have _________ awareness on the job.

What is situational?

500

Police are trained to use any tactic to get confessions from suspects, so sometimes even ________ people confess.

What is innocent?

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