practice test 4

  1. The contract shall remain in full force and effect after expiration of this Agreement until a successor Agreement has been reached, or for ______ months after expiration of this Agreement, if no subsequent Agreement is ratified.

    B. 12
  2. Under which of the following conditions are mandatory work furlough or other unpaid leave plans implemented by the City allowed?

    C. For the purpose of implementing disciplinary actions.
  3. Non-exempt officers who are off-duty and receive notification to return to duty status one hour or less before the start of their regularly scheduled shift shall receive:

    B. one full hour of compensation at time and one half.
  4. If an employee is in danger of having used all accrued time (vacation, sick, etc.) due to a serious illness or injury, as defined by FMLA, officers may voluntarily donate up to ______ hours of vacation or sick leave to the ill or injured employee to avoid loss of pay.

    B. 40
  5. The maximum hours of vacation payable upon separation shall continue to be ______ hours of vacation, and ______ hours of exception vacation.

    D. 240; 160
  6. The final decision as to whether Association material may be posted on bulletin boards is retained by:

    A. the Police Chief.
  7. Any officer who has taken a written promotional examination may, within _______ business days of the posting of the written promotional examination results, review his/her examination results. Each officer who has taken a promotional examination may have up to ______ hours to review his/her examination, and write and submit the appeal, if any.

    A. 7; 4
  8. For all applicants, the maximum age for application to the cadet program shall be ______ years old.

    B. 45
  9. Officers may at their own expense, request to have a drug test administered at an approved physician's office accompanied by the testing personnel provided such testing is administered within ______ hours after notification by the Chief.

    A. 8
  10. Which of the following is not listed as a purpose of Citizen Oversight?

    C. To ensure citizen participation in the conduct of investigations of officer misconduct.
  11. Which of the following statements about the Citizen Oversight Review Process is correct?

    A. The Process shall not be used or permitted to gather evidence; contact or interview witnesses, or otherwise independently investigate a complaint of misconduct by an officer.
  12. During IAD Investigation Interviews with officers, a representative from the office of the Police Monitor may:

    D. All of the above
  13. Members of the Citizen Oversight Review Panel may ask questions and obtain specific facts, details, and information from all the following except:

    D. complainants and witnesses.
  14. At the conclusion of the review process, the Citizens Oversight Review Panel, upon a majority vote of its total members, may make the following recommendations to the Chief of Police.

    1. Dismissal of the complaint and/or charges is warranted.
    2. Further investigation by the Department is warranted.
    3. Department policies warrant review and/or change.
    4. An "Independent Investigation" is warranted.
    5. A non-binding recommendation on discipline, limited to cases involving a critical incident.
    6. the filing of criminal charges against the officer is warranted.

    A. 2, 3, 4, 5
  15. No party to an arbitration or Civil Service proceeding may use or subpoena any member of the Citizen Review Panel or the Police Monitor unless:

    A. the Police Monitor took the complaint in the relevant case.
  16. Before the officer who is the subject of an investigation provides a statement to an investigator, the officer and his representative shall be allowed to review all the following except:

    D. evidence from criminal investigations by the APD gathered by the officer in cases related to the case for which the officer is under investigation.
  17. Suspensions of 1, 2, or 3 days are not eligible for reduction to a written reprimand when:

    C. the officer appealed the suspension to the Civil Service Commission or a Hearing examiner.
  18. The Police Chief may, in cases the Chief deems to warrant indefinite suspension, offer to impose instead a suspension without pay for a period from 16 to 90 days. If the officer accepts the mutually agreed upon suspension:

    A. there shall be no appeal to the Civil Service Commission, to the District Court, or to a Hearing Examiner.
  19. Which of the following is required following the completion of counseling and/or rehabilitation imposed in an officer's Last Chance Agreement?

    B. A probationary period not to exceed one year.
  20. Any grievance found to be valid by the Association Grievance Committee shall be submitted to the Chief of Police within 15 business days of the Step 1 ruling. Each grievance shall be submitted on a form agreed to by the parties and must include: A brief statement of the grievance and the facts or events upon which it is based; the Section(s) of the Agreement alleged to have been violated; the steps taken, if any, by the grievant to resolve the issue; and:

    B. a proposed resolution of the grievance.
  21. The goal of effective communication is to:

    A. prompt people to think.
  22. There are three main factors that come into play that will determine if or how you will invest in yourself: Your self-image -- how you see yourself; Your dream -- how you see the future; and:

    D. Your friends, -- how others see you.
  23. Successful leaders are often put on pedestals by people. To stay real and grounded, leaders need to get off that pedestal and stay with the people. They do that by:

    D. being honest and authentic.
  24. The question that has done the most to help Maxwell reach his potential is:

    A. Am I staying in my strength zone?
  25. The question Maxwell asks most often is, "What do you think?" Which of the following is not one of the reasons Maxwell asks this question?

    B. To show people he cares about them.

    "What did you learn?" is a question Maxwell asks his staff all the time because it keeps them sharp and growing. It prompts people to:

    • A. evaluate their experience and make an assessment.
    • B. pay attention and ask their own questions.
    • C. value the learning experience.
    • D. work at improving their memory.

    A. evaluate their experience and make an assessment.
  26. Maxwell's daily goal is to:

    D. add value to other people.
  27. When Maxwell asks a team member, "What do I need to know?" it:

    D. All of the above.
  28. Two of the fastest ways to connect with another person are to ask questions and to:

    A. ask for help.

    The sum total of all our everyday choices, consistency of values, ideals, thoughts, words, and actions is:

    • A. wisdom.
    • B. leadership.
    • C. purpose.
    • D. character.

    D. character.

    The first defense against having unfiltered emotions negatively affect your decision-making is to:

    • A. get help in the form of feedback.
    • B. put off making the decision until you're in a better frame of mind, if possible.
    • C. make sure you are aware of the consequences, and reset the process as needed.
    • D. consider the facts.

    32. Leaders still need to make early and tough decisions, because leaders who decline to make decisions:

    A. create insecurity among followers and undermine their own leadership. B. sabotage the success of others, setting them up to take the blame for poor decisions. C. create stagnation on the team and in the organization. It stymies growth. D. allow others to fill the leadership gap.

    p. 127; para. 2

    33. One of the most challenging tasks any leader faces is being a change agent and leading people through tough times. The best way to approach tough times is to:

    A. take inventory of all the resources at your disposal. B. try to see them as opportunities. C. be decisive, be bold, be a risk taker. D. pick your fights. Make sure your wins outnumber your losses.
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