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## Full-Length Practice Exam 1

October 28th, 2020

Welcome to your Full-Length Practice Exam 1

1. Vehicles that are permitted to travel through the city at 3pm on Thursday.
2. All private vehicles can travel in the city center at Mondays, Tuesday and Fridays.
3. Which of the following statements is most accurate?
4. How many license plates is it possible for one vehicle to own?
5. How many hours per week are delivery vehicles permitted to travel through the city center?
6. Michael is a firefighter who works in Central City at weekends only. What license plate will Michael be issued?
7. Maria drives a Ford Focus and works in the city center as an accountant. On Thursdays, she starts work early and wants to travel into the city by car. What license will Maria be issued?
8. Mr. Robinson’s bail was set at $14,000. The judge declared that 15% must be paid in cash before he can be released. How much should Mr. Robinson pay? 9. A driver was found speeding and, as the vehicle stopped, it skidded 10 feet and 14 inches. The accident report states that only inches should be listed. How many inches was the vehicle speeding for? 10. An electronics store was burgled and over$1,680 worth of goods was stolen. A local officer located one-third of the stolen goods in a vehicle nearby. How much value of the stolen goods was returned to the store?
11. A police officer must travel 12 miles on route 66, before turning into interstate 30 to drive a further 20 miles. He must travel a further 18 miles down Arthur Avenue to his target destination. How many miles does he have to travel?
12. A judge ordered Martin to pay the plaintiff’s legal fees and 40% of the costs of damaged goods. If the plaintiff’s legal fees were $1,830 and the costs of damaged goods was$1,450, how much does Martin have to pay?
13. A squad car driven over the course of 14 days clocked up an odometer reading of 1,870 miles. What is the average number of miles the squad car was driven each day?
14. Los Angeles Police Department has, on review, 10 male officers to every 4 female officers. What is the ratio of male:female officers in the department?
15. A squad car chased a target vehicle for 160 miles at a speed of 80 miles per hour. Upon reprimanding the suspect, they returned to the police station at 40 miles per hour. In total, what is the average speed per hour that the squad car travelled?
16. A local police officer bought 4 pairs of new handcuffs for $29 each. He must pay a sales tax of 4%. How much tax did the officer pay for all handcuffs? 17. A flying object has travelled a total distance of 1,800 miles in 20 days flying 12 hours each day. What is the average speed that the flying object was travelling? 18. The following four items were stolen from a local store: • Watch:$120 • Table: $90 • Microwave:$50 • Television: $320 What is the total value of goods stolen from the store? 19. 25% of Houston Police Department are female. If there are 2,400 officers, how many officers are female? 20. A police officer identified the suspect at 11.28pm and arrested the suspect 3 hours and 14 minutes later. What time was the suspect arrested? 21. Officer Smith identified$5,240 worth of cocaine. The two men – Michael and John – admitted ownership. If Michael’s share of the value of the cocaine was $1,680, how much was John’s cocaine worth? 22. A squad car travelled 60 mph over a 3-hour period. Over that time, how many miles per hour did the squad car travel? 23. A quarter of a million dollars was stolen from a bank in San Diego. Officers reported that 70 percent of this cash was recovered. How much cash was not recovered? 24. Review the following statistics from Detroit Police Department: • Male: 75% • Female: 25% • African-American/Black: 63% • White: 32.6% • Hispanic, any race: 4% • Asian: 0.4% There are 2,200 police officer serving the department. What percentage of officers are not African-American/Black or White? 25. televisions were taken from a local store. If the average cost of a television is$580, what total value of goods was stolen from the store?
26. Officer Miller worked for Houston Police Department from 1962-1991 and transferred to Corvallis Police Department where he worked from 1999-2016. Then, he retired. For how many years did Officer Miller work as a police officer?
27. A suspect weighs 90 kilograms and 14 pounds. The police report states the weight must be in pounds only. How heavy is the suspect?
28. Ms. Robinson’s home was burgled. The following items were stolen: • Television - $1,900 • Gold watch -$1,200 • Cash - $320 • Radio -$40 What is the average cost of the stolen goods?
29. Reduce the following ratio of officers to police dogs – 320:4 - to its smallest form?
30. A squad car set off at 11.40pm and arrived at its target destination at 5.05am. At 6.34am, the squad car left and returned to the police department at 12.56pm. For how long was the squad car travelling on the road to and from its target destination?
31. The suspect was 6 feet and 5 inches tall. However, the incident report states that height must be measured in inches only. How tall is the suspect?
32. – A victim of theft was lucky to have 40% of her stolen money returned. If she received $60, how much was originally stolen from her? 33. The odometer on a squad car shows that the police officer travelled 1,478 miles over the past 12 days. On average, how many miles are covered in 5 days? 34. As of 2019, San Antonio Police Department covers an area of 465.4 square miles, with a population of approximately 1.5 million. On average, how many people live in 12 square miles of San Antonio Police Department? 35. A balloon travelled a total distance of 1,200 miles in 10 days flying 16 hours each day. What is the average speed that the balloon was flying at? 36. 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?
37. Two-fifths of police officers at New York Police Department are female. If there are 36,000 police officers, how many officers are male?
38. There were many ___________ who saw the victim brutally murdered
39. The police officer saw the ______________ escaping through the window
40. -________ were many police officers on the street that night.
41. – _____ is a sum of money used to ensure individuals appear in court at a due date in the future.
42. The _____________ determined that there was enough evidence to warrant an arrest.
43. Officer Brenton and _____ travelled to the county sheriff’s department.
44. The major misdemeanor committed by this delinquent was 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?
45. 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?
46. A _________ was issued; a formal and explicit approval for a police officer to legally undertake a specific task.
47. An investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the ___________.
48. - If there ______ more police on the streets of Chicago, perhaps the number of crimes would reduce.
49. After three decades on the planet, it was his _________ birthday and he was intent on celebrating it.
50. The squad car was in pursute of the vehicle in front; an individual who had previously resisted arrest for the crime of embezzlement. Which of the following words in this sentence is spelled incorrectly?
51. __________ many reasons why the lieutenant arrested the suspect.
52. The sheriff was unsure whether the sentence delivered would _______ the victim.
53. The officer forcefully asks him to ____ down now with his hands behind his back.
54. – ____ going to be difficult to find the suspect, not least because he appears to have fled to another part of the country.
55. 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?
56. 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?
57. 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?
58. The temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial, sometimes on condition that a sum of money is lodged to guarantee their appearance in court
59. Charge (the holder of a public office) with misconduct.
60. To call the person before a court of law to be charged with an offence.
61. Taken into imprisonment.
62. The offence of wilfully telling an untruth or making a misrepresentation under oath.
63. The state of living homelessly
64. Obtain (something, usually money) by force, threats, or other unfair means.
65. An injury in which the skin is not broken
66. An accusation of wrongdoing.
67. Formal and explicit approval; an official authorization for police to undertake a course of action, such as an arrest or to search premises.
68. - An official who investigates death not due to natural causes.
69. - Theft of personal property.
70. 70 – A temporary prohibition of an activity.
71. A right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt owed by that person is discharged.
72. Extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary.
73. 73 – A published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation.
74. Confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding).
75. – Relating to the cheek, as in the need to take a swab.
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