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1. A form of investigation in which the investigator assume a different and unofficial identity.
A. tailing
B. espionage
C. casing
D. undercover work
2. A kind of evidence which may link the suspect to the crime scene or offense.
A. Physical evidence
B. Chain of custody
C. Associative evidence
D. Tracing evidence
3. It is the questioning of a person suspected of having committed an offense or of person who is reluctant
to make a full disclosure of information in his position which is persistent to the investigation.
A. Investigation
B. Instrumentation
C. Interrogation
D. Interview
3. A method of locating a spot in the area by measurements from two or more reference points.
A. traffic report
B. spot report
C. triangulation
D. accident investigation
4. An extra judicial confession obtained from a suspect is admissible in court of law it was made in the
presence of a counsel of his own choice and must be in:
A. writing
B. the presence of a police investigator
C. front of a judge
D. the presence of a prosecutor
E. English
5. Authority of a person he exercised over his subordinates.
A. chain of command
B. command responsibility
C. responsibility
D. Command
6. The collection of facts to establish the identity and location of the guilty party and providing evidence of
his guilt is called:
A. Intelligence effort
B. information
C. instrumentation
D. Investigation
7. Before the questioning starts, the suspect request to have counsel of his own but he could not afford to
have one the best thing investigator should do is?
A. Stop the interrogation until a lawyer is produced
B. Continue the investigation with a promise that the counsel will be present when he signs the
C. Stop the interrogation and release the suspect immediately
D. All of these
8. The surprised invasion of a building or area or an attack of a limited territory on a small scale?
A. Arrest
B. Demolition
C. Raid
D. Search and Seizure
9. This method of search is where the searchers gather at the center and proceed outward along the radii or
spokes, the procedure of which is repeated several times depending on the size of the circle and numbers of
A. Circle method
B. Zone method
C. Wheel method
D. Quadrant method
E. Radial method
10. Who among the following scientific aiders in crime detection can inform the investigator as to the death
of a person?
A. Ballistician
B. Cardiologists
C. Medical examiner
D. Finger print expert
11. Which of the following drawing is made primarily for courtroom presentation?
A. Rough draft
B. Blue print
C. Rough sketch
D. Finished drawing
12. It involves a number of persons who might have handled evidence between the time of commission of
the alleged offense and the ultimate disposition of the case, should be kept to a minimum. Each transfer of
evidence should be receipted.
A. Chain of custody
B. Interrogation
C. Interview
D. Tracing evidence
13. It is defined as the testimony of a witness reduced to writing under oath or affirmation, before a person
is empowered to administer an oath in answer to interrogations submitted by the party desiring it.
A. Sources of information
B. Informant
C. Deposition
D. Tracing
14. It is induces the criminal to act and need not be shown in order to obtain conviction.
A. Background interview
B. Intent
C. Modus operandi
D. Motive
15. It is sworn statement charging a person with an offense and signed by the offended party.
A. warrant
B. endorsement
C. complaint
D. court order
E. Information
16. Its identification is established indirectly providing other facts or circumstances from which, either
alone or in connection with other facts, the identity of the offender can be inferred.
A. Circumstantial evidence
B. Sufficient, strong and convincing evidence
C. Physical evidence
D. Testimony of a witness
17. The art which deals with the identity & location of the offender & provide evidence of his guilt through
Criminal Proceedings.
A. Criminal Investigation
B. Intelligence
C. Interrogation
D. Interview
18. It is a simple questioning of a person believed to possess knowledge that is of official interest to the
A. Investigation
B. Instrumentation
C. Interrogation
D. Interview
19. Placing the subject in the proper frame of mind.The investigator should provide emotional stimuli that
will prompt the subject to unburden himself by confiding.
A. Emotional appeal
B. Kindedness
C. Sympathetic approach
D. Extenuation
20. He is the skilled person who is charged with conducting criminal investigation when a crime is
A. First Responder
B. Senior Detective
C. Criminal Investigator
D. All of these
21. It is the knowledge or facts which the investigator had gathered or acquired from the persons or
documents, which are pertinent concerning the commission of a crime or criminal activities.
A. Interview
22. Defined as a graphic representation of the scene of the crime.
A. Photograph
B. Dactyloscopy
C. Sketch
D. Dactylography
23. Made by the investigator at the crime scene which is full of important details but without scale and
proportion and used as a basis of Finished Sketch.
A. Final Sketch
B. Finished Sketch
C. Rough Sketch
D. All of These
24. Deals with the crime scene in relation to the environs, to include neighboring buildings, structures, or
means of access leading to the scene.
A. Sketch of Locality
B. Sketch of Details
C. Sketch of the Ground
D. None of these
25. It describes the immediate scene only.
A. Exploded View
C. Sketch of Details
B. Cross-projection
D. All of these
26. Defined as a general questioning of all persons at, near, or around the crime scene.
A. Interview
B. Interrogation
C. Instrumentation
D. Field Inquiry
27. This is the physical description of the unknown fugitives by witness based on the extend and range of
their perceptions.
A. Carthographic Sketch
C. Verbal Description
C. Rouge’s Gallery
D. None of these
28. These are the police files of photograph of known criminals. These photographs maybe directly taken
by the police or those gathered from the other sources to form part of the police gallery.
A. Mug Shot
B. Rouge’s Gallery
C. General photographs
D. Verbal description
29. It is the process of identification by witness of the unknown fugitive who is mixed with the innocent
persons lined before the witness.
A. Mug Shot
B. Police line-up
C. Verbal Description
D. Rouge’s Gallery
30. These are the object or substances, which constitute the essential parts or elements of the commission of
the crime.
A. Tracing Evidence
B. Corpus Delicti
C. Associative Evidence
D. Physical Evidence
31. Modus Operandi means ?
A. Mode of operation
C. Method of operation
B. Means of operation
D. All of these
32. Is the relation between the interviewer and the interviewee which is conducted to a fruitful result.
A. Relationship
B. Rapport
C. Connection
D. Bond
33. Mr. Ricky is shadowing the subject to know the general impression of the latter's habits and associates.
What type of tailing is he conducting?
A. Loose Tail
B. Rough Tail
C. close tail
D. Shadowing
34. Subject for the surveillance is sometimes called .
A. Bird
B. Rabbit
C. Mouse
D. Cat
35. Police Officer Cardo collects information about the series of robbery incident coming from Caloy who
is an ex convict. From what classification of source of information does the former collects?
A. Caloy source
B. Cultivated sources
C. Robbery Incident
D. Grapevine sources
E. Regular sources
36. The man asked Peter the Policeman not to divulge his identity for personal security's sake in giving
voluntarily such helpful information on criminals. What is the man referred?
A. Informer
B. information
C. Informant
D.not to divulge
37. The place where the crime of shooting happened was in the forest, where the cadaver and other
essential elements of the crime transpired. If you are going to conduct crime scene search, what is the ideal
method in searching?
A. spiral method
B. strip method
C. zone method
D. wheel method
38. It serves as foundation for the case, which includes the information about the 5 wives and 1 husband.
A. Preliminary Investigation
B. Preliminary Examination
C. Basis
D. In-Depth Investigation
39. It refers to the use of physical evidence, scientific method, deductive reasoning or logic and their
interrelationship to acquire definite and clear knowledge of the series of events and circumstances that
surrounds the commission of a crime.
A. Criminal investigation
B. Crime scene processing
C. Crime scene reconstruction
D. None of these
40. It refers to the application of psychological theory to the analysis and reconstruction of the forensic
evidence that relates to a suspect's crime scene, victims and behavior.
A. Criminal Investigation
B. Criminal Profiling
C. Crime Scene Reconstruction
D. None of these
41. A criminal investigator who is discreetly listening to the conversation of the subjects while the former is
seated on a table near the former’s table is applying:
A. eavesdropping
B. discreet listening
C. bugging
D. Wiretapping
42. The word investigation is taken from the Latin word “investigare” which means to:
A. determine
B. solve
C. prove
D. trace
E. All of these
43. The person who popularized the employment of “a thief to catch a thief” was:
A. William Henry Talbot
B. Thomas Byrnes
C. Charles Dickens
D. Jonathan Wild
44. Which of the following best describes corpus delicti:
A. the body of the victim in case of homicide or murder.
B. essential parts of the body of the crime or the body of the crime itself.
C. the recovered stolen properties in case of theft or robbery.
D. any recovered weapon, either firearm or bladed weapon.
45. All but one govern Criminal Investigation as an art:
A. Intuition
B. Chance or luck
C. Felicity of Inspiration
D. Rigid Rules
E. None of these
46. What type of reasoning is used in reconstruction of the crime whereby the detective assumes a theory
based on collected information?
A. Deduction
B. Inductive approach
C. Positive approach
D. Logical reasoning
E. None of these
47. The following are authorized to issue a valid search warrant, except
A. Appellate Judge
B. Presiding Judge of MCTC
C. Chief Prosecutor
D. RTC Judge
E. None of these
48. Physical evidence which identify the criminal by means of clues, personal properties or the
characteristics pattern of procedure deduced from the arrangement of objects at the crime scene is referred
to as:
A. Circumstantial evidence
B. Modus operandi
C. Associative evidence
D. Corpus Delicti
49. If the purpose of the informer in giving information to the police is merely to gain a pecuniary material,
then his motive is
A. Remuneration
B. Repentance of sins
C. Revenge
D. Vanity
50. Which of these is a statement of the suspect directly acknowledging his criminal guilt?
A. Admission
B. Confession
C. Acknowledgement
D. Deposition