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1

Under the General Responsibilities, WHO shall check the condition of members as they report on and off duty.

Staff Sergeants and Detective Sergeants

2

Sergeants shall visit the courts to ensure that members are appropriately attired and acting in a professional manner, and document any inadequate court presentations on the appropriate form when assigned by:

the officer in charge

3

Under the General Responsibilities, if a School Crossing Guard fails, for any reason, to perform such duties, the Sergeant shall immediately report to:

the officer in charge

4

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct, he or she uses profane, abusive or insulting language that relates to a person’s race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status or handicap is considered

Discreditable Conduct,

5

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she without lawful excuse, disobeys, omits or neglects to carry out any lawful order is considered,

Insubordination

6

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is guilty of oppressive or tyrannical conduct towards an inferior in rank, is considered

Discreditable Conduct,

7

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she fails to work in accordance with orders, or leaves an area, detachment, detail or other place of duty, without due permission or sufficient cause, is considered

Neglect of Duty

8

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is guilty of an indictable criminal offence or a criminal offence punishable upon summary conviction, is considered

Discreditable Conduct,

9

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she fails to report a matter that it is his or her duty to report, is considered

Neglect of Duty

10

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she wilfully or negligently makes any false complaint or statement against any member of a police force, is considered

Discreditable Conduct,

11

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she feigns or exaggerates sickness or injury to evade duty, is considered

Neglect of Duty

12

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is absent without leave from or late for any duty, without reasonable excuse, is considered

Neglect of Duty

13

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is knowingly makes or signs a false statement in a record, is considered

Deceit

14

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she divulges any matter which it is his or her duty to keep secret

Breach of Confidence

15

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is wilfully or negligently makes a false, misleading or inaccurate statement pertaining to official duties,

Deceit

16

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she without proper authority, communicates to the media or to any unauthorized person any matter connected with the police force,

Breach of Confidence

17

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she offers or takes a bribe,

Corrupt Practice,

18

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is without lawful excuse, destroys or mutilates a record or alters or erases an entry therein;

Deceit

19

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she without good and sufficient cause makes an unlawful or unnecessary arrest,

Unlawful or Unnecessary Exercise of Authority

20

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she fails to account for or to make a prompt, true return of money or property received in an official capacity,

Corrupt Practice,

21

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she gives notice, directly or indirectly, to any person against whom any warrant or summons has been or is about to be issued, except in the lawful execution of the warrant or service of the summons,

Breach of Confidence

22

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she is unfit for duty, while on duty, through consumption of drugs or alcohol,

Consuming Drugs or Alcohol in a Manner Prejudicial to Duty,

23

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she without proper authority, shows to any person not a member of the police force or to any unauthorized member of the force any record that is the property of the police force;

Breach of Confidence

24

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she directly or indirectly solicits or receives a gratuity or present without the consent of the chief of police,

Corrupt Practice,

25

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she except with the consent of a superior officer or in the discharge of duty, consumes or receives alcohol from any other person while on duty

Consuming Drugs or Alcohol in a Manner Prejudicial to Duty,

26

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct he or she improperly uses his or her character and position as a member of the police force for private advantage;

Corrupt Practice,

27

Regarding Ontario Regulation 268/10 made under the Police Services Act, the Assessment of Performance, who shall establish policies for the assessment of police officer's work performance?

Chief of Police

28

Where a recommendation is made to dispense with the services of a Probationary Constable, if the Probationary Constable disputes the recommendation, he/she shall notify:

the Association and the Probationary Constable's Unit Commander

29

According the Ontario's Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing: Actions and initiatives that police officers take to motivate and support neighbours to deal more effectively with the root causes of crime and insecurity in their neighbourhoods.

Community Mobilization

30

According the Ontario's Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing: includes every person or organization that is affected by any real or anticipated threat to peace, safety, security and well-being

Community

31

According the Ontario's Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing: is the process by which police and other community members partner to improve community wellbeing, safety and security through joint problem identification, analysis, response and evaluation

Community Policing

32

According the Ontario's Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing: Police actions that encourage participation of neighbours and citizens in increasing their own and other safety, security and well-being

Community Engagement

33

According the Ontario's Mobilization & Engagement Model of Community Policing, what are the four sections?

Enforcement & Crime Prevention
Community Engagement & Liaison
Community Mobilization& Crime Prevention
Community Safety & Consultation

34

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Professional Standards Support fall under?

Operational Support Command

35

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Traffic Services fall under?

Specialized Operations Command

36

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Labour Relations fall under?

Corporate Services Command - for purpose of Contract Negotiations only.

37

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Toronto Police College fall under?

Operational Support Command

38

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Toronto Police Operations Centre fall under?

Community Safety Command

39

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Employment fall under?

Corporate Services Command

40

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what does Strategy Management report to?

Chief of Police

41

Under the Standards of Conduct, 2.9.1 General Responsibilities, who shall immediately notify the investigative personnel assigned to their unit of any serious occurrence falling within their jurisdictional boundaries

Staff Sergeants

42

Under the Collective Agreement - Article 5 - Hours of Work and Premium Pay Provisions, 5:01 (d) Each member shall be assigned a lunch period to commence after the completion of ___ hours of duty and be completed before the completion of ___ hours of duty.

two and one-half (2-1/2)
six (6)

43

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct, she or she fails to report anything that he or she knows concerning a criminal or other charge, or fails to disclose any evidence that he or she, or any person within his or her knowledge, can give for or against any prisoner or defendant,

Neglect of Duty

44

Where the requirements of the Service only permit a member to take one-half hour or less for lunch, the member shall be credited with

one-half hour at straight time.

45

A member who is granted permission to be excused from duty in accordance with the lieu time provisions of the Collective Agreement after having completed four hours of duty shall have lieu time debited for four (4) hours and shall be credited with

one (1) hour at straight time for the lunch hour not taken

46

What part of the Police Services Act covers the code of conduct?

Ontario Regulation 123/98

47

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct fails to report loss or damage, however caused, as soon as practicable

Damage to Clothing or Equipment

48

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct wilfully or carelessly causes loss or damage to any article of clothing or equipment, or to any record or other property of the police force,

Damage to Clothing or Equipment

49

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct acts in a disorderly manner or in a manner prejudicial to discipline or likely to bring discredit upon the reputation of the police force

Discreditable Conduct

50

Under Ontario Regulation 268/10 made under the Police Services Act, before the chief of police may make a complaint against a police officer of unsatisfactory work performance, the chief of police shall give the police officer a ___ to improve his or her work performance.

reasonable opportunity

51

Under the Memoranda of Understanding between the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Association concerning Probationary Constables, if the Probationary Constable disputes the recommendation he/she shall notify:

Association and the Probationary Constable's Unit Commander.

52

Under the Memoranda of Understanding between the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Association concerning Probationary Constables, a Standing Committee on Probationary shall be comprised of how many members selected by the Chief of Police?

three members

53

Under the Memoranda of Understanding between the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Association concerning Probationary Constables, a Standing Committee on Probationary shall be comprised of how many members selected by the Association?

three members, two of whom shall be members in a full-time office of the Association

54

Under the matters not intended to be covered by the collective agreement concerning Annual Evaluations, the members may respond in writing to such evaluation within HOW many days?

ten days

55

Each member shall be assigned a lunch period, when assigned to a ten (10) hour tour, after the completion of ___hours of duty and be completed before the completion of ___ hours of duty.

three
seven

56

Under the Appendix "B" Accord on Compressed Work Week, voluntary unpaid training and information sessions may be held at the discretion of WHO prior to the commencement of the tour of duty

Unit Commander or Supervisor

57

In the writings of Kevin M. Gilmartin, Law Enforcement Ethics - The Continuum of Compromise states: For ethics training to be effective, officers have to see the information as:

relevant and credible

58

In the writings of Kevin M. Gilmartin, Law Enforcement Ethics - The Continuum of Compromise states: when teaching ethics the goal must be to develop an understanding of the progression towards compromise and the:

development of self-monitoring strategies

59

In the writings of Kevin M. Gilmartin, Law Enforcement Ethics - The Continuum of Compromise states: The time and resources spent preventing ethical compromise through credible instruction and proactive supervision is than what it takes to conduct internal and criminal investigations, convene investigative commissions or restore community trust and repair police/community relations.

infinitely smaller

60

The Chief of Police's statement within "Professionalism and integrity cannot be compromised" states: To retain the public's trust and confidence, we must be:

professional and ethical in everything we do

61

The Chief of Police's statement within "Professionalism and integrity cannot be compromised" states: It is every member’s responsibility to behave professionally and with integrity. In addition to facing discipline, those who choose not to meet those very clear standards let down not only themselves but

all members of the Service

62

Where does Labour Relations report directly to?

the Police Services Board

63

When was the latest Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart approved by the Toronto Police Services Board?

January 16, 2014

64

Under the Toronto Police Service Organizational Chart, what Command does Project Management Office fall under?

Corporate Services Command

65

Under the Schedule Code of Conduct omits to make any necessary entry in a record

Neglect of Duty