Police Vocabulary Quiz 6

October 28th, 2020

Welcome to your Police Vocabulary Quiz 6

1. To argue a case in court for innocence or guilt.
2. To detain a person until their trial in court.
3. Place of isolation for people or food or animals for further checks, in case of disease or contagious illness.
4. To revive someone from unconsciousness, or from near death.
5. Person who participates in a crime but does not commit the crime.
6. Written declaration made under oath.
7. Crude, incendiary device filled with flammable material and thrown to cause maximum damage.
8. Intentionally setting fire to someone else’s property.
9. Earnestly request someone to do something.
10. Demanding payment from someone to prevent any damage to their name or character being released to the public.


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