All law enforcement civil service examinations require test takers to apply reading and reasoning skills. Promotional exams are largely content based and require test takers to apply their knowledge of supervision concepts, the law (statutes and court decisions) and law enforcement practices (investigative techniques). These sample questions are examples of the questions frequently used by the examiners.
After a search of the Orpheus Theater was conducted and no bomb or other device was found, Sergeant Connolly informed the theater manager that the building was safe for occupancy. In this instance, Sergeant Connolly's action was
D: The possibility of a second bomb must always be considered. Furthermore, rather than saying it's safe to return to work, the sergeant should simply tell the manager the results of the search.>> Next