Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Can you pass the written police officer exam? updated

By Christopher R Rice

Do you have what it takes to protect and serve? Most police academies have a written entrance exam that tests verbal, mathematical, and reasoning abilities. As there is no national or standardized police exam, this quiz consists of a compilation of sample police test questions. The questions come from various police departments across the country, from county sheriff departments to the US Capitol police department. Therefore, this quiz does not represent an actual police test. Rather, it gives a sense of the kinds of questions that may be asked on an actual police exam.

Q. A car was stolen downtown. Four eyewitnesses wrote down the license plate number, but each wrote down a different number. Which answer is most likely correct?

1. PLU 015
2. RJW 005
3. RJU 015
4. RJW 015
5. the black guy did it.

A. 'RJW 015' contains the most repeating elements. 'RJW' was noted twice and '015' was noted three times. Or if you answered the black guy did it, that answer is also correct.

Napster COO Milton Olin Jr

Q. Your driving and eating donuts in your patrol car while you phish for porn on your cell phone, you make a right turn, and happen to run over a bicyclist. You're response should be...

1. make sure the cyclist is dead and can not testify against you or
2. blame the victim and claim it was self defense
3. claim you were doing police business on your cell phone and get someone to clean the mess off of your squad car, then forgetaboutit.

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Q. While on patrol you hear gun shots but you do not see a gunman. You should...

1. head in the opposite direction of the shots fired and not respond to dispatch or
2. go on lunch or
3. realize you're just a glorified scarecrow with a gun and leave the thinking to the detectives.

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Q. A call comes in, there's been a home robbery while you were out eating donuts and the victim wants to make a report, you should...

1. show up at the victims house and promptly shoot their pet dog or
2. go to the victims house and if they are black, arrest them and try to pin the robbery on them or
3. go to the victims house and ask them nonsensical questions, mess up their home even further and claim to be looking for clues until victim becomes irritated by your presence. Then tell them there's been a rash of burglaries in their area and that they should really think about getting a guard dog.

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Keith Vidal

Q. A call comes in about a suicidal teenager, when you arrive the teen is wielding a knife and the parents are frantic, you should...

1. escalate the current situation by drawing your firearm or
2. subdue and handcuff the teen, then draw your firearm and shoot the teen or
3. draw your firearm, shoot randomly and claim self defense

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Michael Brown

Q. When confronted by an unarmed civilian raising their hands and saying "don't shoot, I'm unarmed", you should...

1. Pull your firearm and unload your weapon in the direction of the civilian or
2. shoot the civilian repeatedly and destroy any video cellphone evidence
3. attempt to subdue the civilian by using the choke hold method until he stops breathing and becomes compliant or
4. shoot the civilian and claim it was self defense

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Tamir Rice
Q. When responding to a call, you come upon a pre teen holding what appears to be a BB gun or toy gun, you should...
Andy Lopez

1. Shoot first and ask questions later or
2. shoot first and claim that you were being fired upon or
3. Kill the child and leave his cold dead body sitting in the road for hours and hours or
4. draw your weapon, fire randomly and claim self defense

A. If your answer is any of the above, give yourself five points, you're right.

Unfortunately this is no laughing matter. All of the above actually happened. And much worse, you can do yourself and your loved ones a big favor by never calling the police for anything. Police will only make matters worse...

Another example, from today's headlines:
Mom sues NYPD after ‘cop scare’ lesson for kids goes wrong 

Single mom Tyeesha Mobley got so fed up when her 9-year-old took $10 from her purse that she called in the only people she could think of to set him straight — the NYPD.

At first the cops played along, with one telling her son, Tyleke, “You can’t be stealing. You’ll wind up going in the police car.”

But it got ugly when one of the officers got tired of the parent act — and blamed Mobley for being a bad mom in a racist rant that ended in her arrest, she claims in a Bronx lawsuit she filed against the NYPD and the city’s Administration for Children’s Services.

Mobley, 29, spent a night in jail and lost custody of little Tyleke and his kid brother for four months before a judge threw out the case against her.

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