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1. The wall was a hindrance. Regardless, officers ascended the wall and found the suspect and apprehended him. He had a laceration to his right temple but was still able to undergo a rigorous interogation. Which of the following words is spelled incorrectly?
2. The alibi could not be trusted on several fronts. He aggravated the situation at a time where he claims not to have been involved. An ambulence was called, and the medical team do not corroborate his claims either. Though an affidavit was signed, there is enough evidence to suggest that the alibi was himself involved. Which of the following words is spelled incorrectly?
3. The _____________ determined that there was enough evidence to warrant an arrest.
4. A police officer stopped a van to investigate what it was carrying. On inspection, it was carrying 4 parcels of drug – each of which weighed 2.4 kilos. A further 2 containers of the same drug were hidden in the back, each weighing 4,200 grams. If the cost per kilo of drug is $800 per 400 grams, what value of drug was the driver carrying in his van?
5. Officer Brenton and _____ traveled to the county sheriff’s department.
6. The offense of willfully telling an untruth or making a misrepresentation under oath.
7. If 30 percent of the police department workforce is 27,000 staff, how many staff work at the police department?
8. A subpoena was issued to compel the attendance of an important witness. The defendent was then arraigned in court. Which of the following words is spelled incorrectly?
9. The delinquent committed a misdemeanor to excede the speed limit, leading to the deaths of 2 people. She was arrested at the crime scene. Which of these words is spelled incorrectly?
10. The sheriff had little difficulty _____________ house.
11. It was challenging to find the burglar. Eventually though, Officer Simmons saw what appeared to be a silhouette. The culprit was wanted for crimes of theft, as well as for being part of a wider network that developed counterfit notes. Which of the following words is spelled incorrectly?
12. An injury in which the skin is not broken.
13. A person who gains sexual pleasure from watching others when they are naked or engaged in sexual activity.
14. A published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation.
15. The average salary of a police officer in Arizona is $52,674, which is 11 percent more than the national average. What is the national average?



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