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This activity contains 12 questions.

Question 1.
Which of the following organizations is responsible for performing the yearly assessment of key technological needs of the criminal justice system?

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Question 2.
What term describes the application of scientific techniques to the detection and evaluation of criminal evidence?

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Question 3.
DNA profiling:

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Question 4.
Automated fingerprint technology, the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, and METAPOL are all examples of:

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Question 5.
Computer hardware and software which attempts to duplicate the decision-making processes of skilled investigators is called:

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Question 6.
Which of the following is NOT a computer-based training program used in the criminal justice system?

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Question 7.
The Daubert Standard:

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Question 8.
The science of recognizing people by physical characteristics and personal traits is known as:

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Question 9.
What term is used to describe a person bent on illegally accessing the computers of others?

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Question 10.
The science of reconstructing the likeness of a decomposed or dismembered body is:

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Question 11.
Expert systems depend on all but which of the following?

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Question 12.
Which Supreme Court case provides significant protections to Internet content?

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