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Question 1.
Maintaining physical fitness is required by all police departments, and officers are routinely tested throughout their careers.


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Question 2.
Suicides claim more officer lives than do homicides.


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Question 3.
Brute strength and aggressiveness are important qualities of today's officers.


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Question 4.
A person with a felony conviction cannot be hired as a police officer.


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Question 5.
Maintaining physical fitness is not necessary for the job of law enforcement.


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Question 6.
Retention of good officers should be one of the police manager's most important jobs.


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Question 7.
Statistics show that police work is the most physically dangerous job in the world.


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Question 8.
Stress among police officers intensified post-9/11.


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Question 9.
The Police Officer's Bill of Rights holds that because the police agency owns an officer's personal locker, it can be searched at any time without probable cause.


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Question 10.
FBI statistics indicate that physical fitness helps reduce the likelihood that an officer may be assaulted by a criminal suspect.


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