10 Questions

  1. What movement has arisen post-9/11 relative to local law enforcement's place and role in the mission of Homeland Security?
    1. Information channelling
    2. Corroboration of police strategies
    3. Experimental collaboration
    4. Intelligence-led policing
  2. What is one of Chertloff's six 2006 agenda points for improving Homeland Security?
    1. Ensure the fluidity of borders with neighbors
    2. Restrict the use of extra-atmospheric electronic resources to official use only
    3. Establish mandatory national DNA collection upon birth or entry into the country
    4. Enhance information sharing with departmental partners
  3. How did McGregor see theory and practice?
    1. As antithetical
    2. As inseparable
    3. Theory as real, practice as nonsense
    4. Practice as real, theory as nonsense
  4. What term did Taylor use to describe the phenomenon of workers not wanting to produce so much as to have their quotas raised?
    1. Marble in bowl
    2. Systematic soldiering
    3. Paradoxical reinforcement
    4. Following sea anchor
  5. Fayol recognized one disastrous potential consequence of his espoused scalar principle of organization. What?
    1. It gave away a ruinous amount of control
    2. It was unsuitable for a hierarchical organization
    3. It created internal contentious factions
    4. It would hamper swift action
  6. What is it called when people's need to influence others' behavior is for the common good of the police department, as opposed to being for their own aggrandizement?
    1. Socialized power motivation
    2. Communism (academic meaning)
    3. Administrative philanthropy
    4. Goal-oriented modularization
  7. Per the study of 2,200 police officers nationally, what percent were found to have serious drug problems?
    1. 0.8%
    2. 2.3%
    3. 10%
    4. 17%
  8. What is one of the top five of the sixty ranked stressors of police as reported by Violanti and Aron in 1995?
    1. High-speed chase
    2. Felony in progress
    3. Making arrests alone
    4. Boredom
  9. What is the term for that kind of change which is, "A carefully planned formal action designed to bring about a new condition ..."?
    1. Directed change
    2. Polemic change
    3. Machiavellian change
    4. Forest change
  10. When attempting organizational change, about what percent of the time does such effort fail?
    1. 5% - 9%
    2. 20% - 35%
    3. 50% - 80%
    4. 90%+