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TEEX Practice Test 6

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According to the Transportation Code, an operator shall dim headlights when an approaching vehicle is within __________ feet. (22)

500

Communication is __________. (25)

the transfer of meaning

Pulling, shoving, slapping, hitting, punching, pulling hair, cutting, stabbing, strangling, shooting, burning, kicking, disfiguring, spitting, torturing, throwing things, stomping, pinching are examples of __________. (17)

Physical abuse

__________ is the elevated alertness of surroundings required of law enforcement officers for survival. (3)

Hypervigilance

Which of the following is not a culpable mental state? (8)

All of the above are culpable mental states

On a finding by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement that the chief administrator of a law enforcement agency intentionally failed to submit a report required under Subsection (b), the commission shall begin disciplinary procedures against the chief administrator. (6)

True

Upon receiving a report of an attempted child abduction, an agency shall immediately but not to exceed ___________ hours after receiving the report, submit the information to the Texas Missing Person Clearinghouse. (18)

8

The use of several sources of information to determine why a problem is occurring, who is responsible, who is affected, where the problem is located, when it occurs and what form the problem takes is __________. (1)

Analysis

FITT stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time and __________. (3)

Type

Peter has been terminated from the Post Office. In anger, he calls and states that there is a letter bomb in the mail. This causes evacuation of the Post Office and the alert of the fire department and bomb squad. What offense has been committed? (8)

False Alarm or Report

All __________ should be treated as a homicide until proven otherwise. (32)

Suspicious Deaths

Air-purifying respirator, chemical resistant clothing, double-layered gloves, etc, are precautions to be worn at what level of personal protection? (42)

Level C

A person commits an offense if the person possesses an open container or consumes an alcoholic beverage on a public street, public alley, or public sidewalk within __________ feet of the property line of a facility that the person knows is a public or private school that provides all or any part of kindergarten through twelfth grade. (16)

1000

Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (PC 32.51) is a __________ if the number of items obtained, possessed, transferred, or used is less than five. (8)

State jail felony

A device or a drug that is unsafe for self-medication and that is not included in Schedules I through V or Penalty Groups 1 through 4 of Chapter 481 Health and Safety Code" defines __________. (15)

Dangerous Drug

According to the Transportation Code, unless expressly provided otherwise, a lighting device or reflector mounted on the rear of a vehicle must be or reflect __________. (22)

red

The officer's ___________ is affected by the agency's written directives. (28)

Liability

A person intentionally or knowingly requests, commands, or attempts to induce another person to engage in specific conduct that would constitute a capital or 1st degree felony commits what offense? (8)

Criminal Solicitation

A person removes a $450 price tag from a retail item, replaces it with a $200 price tag and pays the lower price. According to the Penal Code, the person has committed the offense of __________. (8)

fraudulent destruction, removal, or concealment of writing

__________ is the constitution or a statute of this state or of the United States, a written opinion of a court of record, a municipal ordinance, an order of a county commissioners court, or a rule authorized by and lawfully adopted under a statute. (8)

Law

Specialized units have only recently begun implementing critical thinking and decision-making models. (27)

False

A peace officer may arrest without a warrant any person he observes violating __________ provision(s) of this code. (16)

Any

Which of the following is not a consideration used by the courts to determine if unreasonable force was used? (28)

area in which offense occurred

__________ is evidence that warrants a person of reasonable caution in the belief that a crime has been committed or is being committed. (10)

Probable cause

__________ means a court designated under Section 51.04 of this code to exercise jurisdiction over proceedings under this title. (33)

Juvenile court

A/an __________ terrorizes as in the case of race riots, lynching, political riots, or prison riots. (35)

Aggressive mob

__________ is a roadway that is divided into at least two clearly marked lanes for vehicular travel. (22)

Laned roadway

A __________ is a divided, controlled access highway for through traffic. (22)

Freeway

What Chapter of the Texas Administrative Code deals with Enforcement? (4)

223

According to the Code of Criminal Procedure, what is a law enforcement-initiated action based on an individual's ethnicity or national origin rather than the individual's behavior? (6)

racial profiling

Ineffective control results when the level of force is less than the subject's level of __________. (31)

Resistance

That degree of influence the officer must exert over the violator to take him or her safely into custody is known as _________. (31)

control

Search warrants are issued based upon __________. (10)

Probable Cause

The lawful search for people, land, or things useful in reconstructing the circumstances of an illegal act or omission and the mental state accompanying it is a/an __________. (32)

criminal investigation

There are ________ Pillars of Character. (1)

6

The shoulder of a road is that portion of the highway that is __________. (22)

contiguous to the roadway

Exposure via the mucous membranes, the eyes, and the skin (non-open wound) are examples of what kind of exposure? (42)

Absorption

__________ means the mother or the father of a child, but does not include a parent whose parental rights have been terminated. (33)

Parent

An accomplished thief not only completes the crime but successfully disposes of the property. The weakness of property crime is __________. (32)

Disposal of the stolen property

The only crime established in the constitution is __________. (7)

Treason

The person commits assault as defined in sec. 22.01 and the person: causes serious bodily injury to another, including the person's spouse; or uses or exhibits a deadly weapon during the commission of the assault; defines __________. (8)

Aggravated assault

When conducting high-risk traffic stops, an officer should handcuff and search all occupants one at a time. (35)

True

A person is observed in a crowded parking lot masturbating. What offense has occurred? (8)

Indecent Exposure

To prevent the disqualification of family violence victims from receiving crime victim compensation, officers should arrest the __________ instead of arresting both parties when responding to family violence calls. (17)

primary aggressor

__________ is a court approved method of delivering a court document to an uncooperative defendant. (14)

Alternate Service

The knowledge a criminal investigator gathers from other persons (victims, witnesses, suspects) and other legitimate sources is __________. (32)

Information

A citizen may proceed past a red light if __________. (22)

directed to do so by a peace officer

There are five phases of transition that people who experience traumatic events typically go through. Which of the following is not one of the phases? (3)

Expression

What type of entry is required for "burglary of a vehicle?" (8)

Any part of the body or anything attached to the body

__________ means a substance, other than a device or a component, part, or accessory of a device recognized in the official united pharmacopoeia, official homeopathic pharmacopoeia of the states, official national formulary or a supplement to pharmacopoeia or the formulary. (15)

Drug

Study Notes

Headlights and Roadways

  • An operator must dim headlights when an approaching vehicle is within 500 feet.
  • A divided highway is a roadway that is divided into at least two clearly marked lanes for vehicular travel.
  • A freeway is a divided, controlled access highway for through traffic.
  • The shoulder of a road is that portion of the highway that is adjacent to the roadway and is not intended for vehicular travel.

Communication and Interpersonal

  • Communication is the process of exchanging information, ideas, or feelings between individuals or groups.
  • Pulling, shoving, slapping, hitting, punching, pulling hair, cutting, stabbing, strangling, shooting, burning, kicking, disfiguring, spitting, torturing, throwing things, and stomping are examples of physical abuse.
  • The officer's attitude is affected by the agency's written directives.

Law Enforcement and Procedures

  • A peace officer may arrest without a warrant any person he observes violating a penal provision of the code.
  • FITT stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type.
  • An officer should handcuff and search all occupants one at a time when conducting high-risk traffic stops.
  • To prevent the disqualification of family violence victims from receiving crime victim compensation, officers should arrest the primary aggressor instead of arresting both parties when responding to family violence calls.

Crimes and Offenses

  • Peter has committed the offense of making a false report by calling and stating that there is a letter bomb in the mail.
  • Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (PC 32.51) is a felony if the number of items obtained, possessed, transferred, or used is less than five.
  • A person removes a $450 price tag from a retail item, replaces it with a $200 price tag, and pays the lower price, committing the offense of theft.
  • A person commits an offense if the person possesses an open container or consumes an alcoholic beverage on a public street, public alley, or public sidewalk within 1,000 feet of the property line of a facility that the person knows is a public or private school that provides all or any part of kindergarten through twelfth grade.

Personal Protection and Safety

  • Air-purifying respirator, chemical resistant clothing, double-layered gloves, etc. are precautions to be worn at Level C of personal protection.
  • Exposure via the mucous membranes, the eyes, and the skin (non-open wound) are examples of indirect exposure.

Legal Definitions and Terminology

  • A device or a drug that is unsafe for self-medication and that is not included in Schedules I through V or Penalty Groups 1 through 4 of Chapter 481 Health and Safety Code defines a dangerous drug.
  • Probable cause is evidence that warrants a person of reasonable caution in the belief that a crime has been committed or is being committed.
  • Search warrants are issued based upon probable cause.
  • The lawful search for people, land, or things useful in reconstructing the circumstances of an illegal act or omission and the mental state accompanying it is a search incident to arrest.

Miscellaneous

  • There are five Pillars of Character.
  • The only crime established in the constitution is treason.
  • A person is observed in a crowded parking lot masturbating, committing the offense of indecent exposure.
  • There are six phases of transition that people who experience traumatic events typically go through, excluding the phase of "Repression."

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