1. The study of criminology involves the study of many disciplines in the collection of knowledge about criminal actions, thereby it is:
Answer: B. Multidisciplinary
2. In its legal definition, a Criminal is :
A. A person who committed a crime and convicted by a court of the violation of a criminal law.
B. A person who violated a social norm or one who have an antisocial act.
C. A person who violated the rules of conduct due to behavioral maladjustments.
D. All of the above.
Answer: D. All of the above.
3. REBELLION is an example of a crime.
A. Against public order.
B. Against public interest
C. Against public morals
D. Committed by public officers.
Answer: A. Against public order.
4. Kidnapping is an example of crime.
A. Against personal liberty and security.
B. Against Honor
C. Against person
D. Against chastity
Answer: C. Against person
5. A term denoting various offences committed by children or youths under the age of 18:
A. Juvenile crime.
B. Youthful offender
C. Status offender
D. All of them.
Answer: A. Juvenile crime.
6. A term used to describe a disapproved behaviors of children or youths.
A. Criminal act.
B. Mala in se.
C. Mala prohibita
D. Juvenile delinquency.
Answer: D. Juvenile delinquency.
7. One who repeatedly commits an act that is against the norms or more observed by the society.
D. None of the above.
Answer: C. Offender.
8. Which one of the following designation goals of maintaining peace and order, the protection of life and property and the enforcement of laws.
B. Barangay tanod
C. Security guard
Answer: A. Police
9. Following is the study of victims and their contributory role, if any, in crime causation.
Answer: A. Victimology
10. The first man to introduce Fingerprint testing in Criminal investigation is:
a) William Herschel
b) Francis Galton and Edward Henry
c) Thomas Edison
d) William James
Answer: b) Francis Galton and Edward Henry
11. Who told genetic code could be used to identify individuals:
a) Dr. Henry
b) Charles Darwin
c) Alec Jeffrey
d) Alphonse Bertillon
Answer: c) Alec Jeffrey
12. Following is used in a courtroom to establish the connection of a person from a crime:
Answer: a) Evidence
13. Blunt objects produce:
Answer: b) Lacerations
14. How many Central Forensic Laboratories are in India:
Answer: c) 7
15. The number of permanent teeth found in a human mouth:
Answer: b) 32
16. A virus can be transmitted from dried blood
c) Not specified
Answer: a) True
17. Full form for ELISA
a) Enzyme linked immunity association
b) Easily linked immunity assay
c) Erase line immunosorbent assay
d) Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay
Answer: d) Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay
18. A gross examination is one that:
a) Internal examination
b) Internal and external examination
d) Deals only with what is visible to the unaided eye
Answer: d) Deals only with what is visible to the unaided eye
19. Hair cuttings contain:
a) Contain mitochondrial DNA
b) Contains Fibers
c) Contain blood samples
d) Need to calm down
Answer: a) Contain mitochondrial DNA
20. All of the following are tests for seminal stains, except;
a) Florence test
b) Barberio’s test
c) Luminal test
d) Acid phosphate test
Answer: c) Luminal test
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