Inspectors’ Exam – Free Questions
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1. QuestionCategory: Crime – Firearms and Gun Crime – Section 1 Firearm
O’REILLY visits his friend CHANG whose firearm certificate expires the following day. O’REILLY sees a rifle in CHANG’s gun cabinet and offers to buy it. CHANG agrees and O’REILLY pays CHANG the agreed price. O’REILLY then asks CHANG if he can retain the rifle in his cabinet as O’REILLY plans to sell a rifle he owns, and for which he has a valid firearms certificate, in order to make space for his new purchase in his cabinet. The rifle remains in CHANG’s cabinet for a further week during which O’REILLY has the new firearm added to his certificate and moves the firearm to his own cabinet. Who, if either of them, has committed an offence under s1 of the Firearms Act 1968?CorrectIncorrect
2. QuestionCategory: Crime – Theft & Related Offences – Making Off Without Payment
GLOVER and CARTER were regulars in their favourite restaurant and after a particularly good evening were just finishing their meal when they both went to the toilet and decided to climb out of the window and go home intending to return the following day and pay the bill. Have GLOVER and CARTER committed an offence of making off without payment contrary to s3 of the Theft Act 1978?CorrectIncorrect
3. QuestionCategory: Road Policing – Offences Involving Standards of Driving – Causing Serious Injury by Dangerous Driving
s1A of the Road Traffic Act 1988 creates the offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving whereas s1 of the Act is the more serious offence of causing death by dangerous driving. Which of the following statements is true regarding the the punishment for the two offences?CorrectIncorrect
4. QuestionCategory: Crime – Theft & Related Offences – Robbery
COLLINS is walking along the street talking on his mobile phone when BAXTER runs up behind him and takes the phone from his hand. BAXTER does this so quickly that COLLINS does not provide any resistance to having the phone removed from his grip but COLLINS then instinctively catches hold of BAXTER’s arm. BAXTER pushes COLLINS away in order to escape and runs away. COLLINS found the whole episode amusing because the phone was getting old and he was going to replace it at the weekend. Has BAXTER committed the offence of robbery contrary to s8 of the Theft Act 1968?CorrectIncorrect
5. QuestionCategory: Crime – Theft & Related Offences – Burglary
In relation to the offence of burglary, which of the following is a building ?
(i) a tent
(ii) a new house still in the process of being completed with roof, windows and doors.CorrectIncorrect