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Crime in Canadian Context, second edition: Chapter 8: Responding to Crime

Instructions: Select the correct answer. When you have answered all the questions, click the 'Submit my answers' button for your grade.

Question 1:


a) The police perspective
b) The politician's perspective
c) The rational choice perspective
d) The law and order perspective

Question 2:


a) Zero tolerance
b) Community policing
c) Hot spot policing
d) None of the above

Question 3:


a) racial profiling does not occur in Toronto
b) racial profiling does occur in Toronto
c) racial profiling only happens to Aboriginal youth
d) racial profiling only occurs when youth are involved in crime

Question 4:


a) Deterrence
b) Vengeance
c) Indoctrination
d) Revenge

Question 5:


a) federal facilities
b) provincial facilities
c) municipal facilities
d) regional facilities

Question 6:


a) house arrest
b) holding those who await further court appearances in custody in a correctional facility
c) putting people in custody for short periods (e.g., for 24 hours) for public intoxication
d) putting people in custody until their lawyer arrives

Question 7:


a) Youth Criminal Justice Act
b) Young Offenders Act
c) Juvenile Delinquents Act
d) Youth Penal Act

Question 8:


a) six months
b) one year
c) two years
d) None of the above

Question 9:


a) are free to return to the community
b) serve time in the community, not in a prison
c) only spend time in jail on weekends
d) are always first-time offenders

Question 10:


a) Restorative justice
b) Law and order
c) Harm reduction
d) Zero tolerance