Police Lingo - It's A Thing. How Many Of These Words Do YOU Know?

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Take this quiz on police lingo!

Police are an important part of society for keeping us safe! Take this quiz on police lingo to see what you know!

 Oct 04, 2018

1 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: A ________ is a person who saw a crime occur.
Witness
Culprit
Vigilante

2 of 18Pick an answer!

What does "Trespass" mean?
Money laundering
Illegal online activity
Enter the owner's land or property without permission

3 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words means "a writ ordering a person to attend a court"?
Claim
Testimony
Subpoena

4 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: The criminal robbed the bank with the help of his _________.
Lieutenant
Accomplice
Correctional Officer

5 of 18Pick an answer!

What does "Autopsy" mean?
A thorough investigation that takes place underwater
When an inmate is released from prison early
A postmortem examination to discover the cause of death

6 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words means "the theft of someone's personal property"?
Entitlement
Indicting
Larceny

7 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words is NOT a crime for police to discuss?
Burglary
Collusion
Auditioning

8 of 18Pick an answer!

What does FBI stand for?
First-response Business Instigators
Fiscal Breach Industry
Federal Bureau of Investigation

9 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words is NOT a crime for police to discuss?
Delinquency
Vandalism
Microprogramming

10 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: The vice president of the corporation _________ $25 million dollars into her account.
Refuted
Embezzled
Fingerprinted

11 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: In order to _______ in court, you must swear under oath.
Volunteer
Quantify
Testify
Collate

12 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words is NOT a crime for police to discuss?
Extortion
Blackmail
Preconditioning

13 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: The battered woman sought out a ___________ against her dangerous ex-boyfriend.
Restraining order
Appraisal
Wiretap

14 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words means "an individual, company, or institution sued or accused in a court of law"?
Juror
Defendant
Plaintiff
Witness

15 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: People train to become police officers at the police _________.
Academy
Locale
Venue

16 of 18Pick an answer!

Which of these words is NOT a crime for police to discuss?
Vexing
Perjury
Fraud

17 of 18Pick an answer!

Fill in the blank: The detective found _________ at the crime scene.
Weather
Zodiac
Evidence

18 of 18Pick an answer!

What does "Surveillance" mean?
Arresting a minor
Checking for police qualifications
Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
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Are you a courageous woman? Are you a valorous woman? Well, then you just might be a police officer! Those are just a few words that people might think to use when describing a police officer. Police officers are such a pivotal and important part of society because of what they set out to do every day. They have a purpose and that purpose is to serve and protect! They fight for justice, equality, and the continuation of freedom in accordance with proper law abiding by society's civilians! Police officers lock up bad guys every day to keep our streets safe from harm! They put away drunk drivers, serial killers, domestic abusers, thieves, narcotics dealers, and other criminals all the time! Without police officers around to clean up the messy streets by locking up the bad guys, the world would be a lot scarier of a place to try and survive in! Most officers are honest, respectable, and diligent people, just trying to do what they can to keep the world safe from danger! Police officers go head to head against bad guys with such a sense of courage that they deserve an award for it! Take this quiz on police lingo to show off how much you know about this brave and amazing career!