Questions on the topics
Was John Edgar Hoover the head of the FBI or of Interpol? (FBI)
What Divisions of the FBI did J.E. Hoover open? (technical and scientific laboratory, identification d., set up a lot of training schools)
Can you prove that John Hoover had a photographic mind? (he called agents by their first names, he remembered all investigations and their results)
What can you say about the personal life of John Hoover? ( he had no time to get married, he went fishing and hunting, played tennis well, he liked good music)
Where is Oxford University situated? ( on the river Thames about 50 miles from London)
How many colleges does thee Oxford University consist of? (32 colleges – 27 for men and 5 for women)
How many terms are there in the Oxford academic year? (3 terms, each term lasts for 10 weeks)
Is attendance of lectures at the University compulsory? (no)
In what way do they check the progress of students? ( at the end of each term students have examinations)
Why is it difficult for a tourist from Europe to cross the street in London? (because in Britain the cars Keep to the left)
What do different colours of the traffic light say? ( stop, wait, cross)
Does Washington DC belong to any state?
Where is the White House, home of the President, situated?
Has Washington a subway system?
Are there any sky-scrapers in Washington DC? ( no. there is a law against building structures more than 90 feet high)
What are the British Isles formed of? ( Great Britain, Ireland and number of small islands)
What is the biggest river in Great Britain?
Why is it possible to travel by water from part of Great Britain to the other? (all the rivers are joined by canals)
What can you say about the climate of Great Britain? (mild, the worst thing about the climate is the thick fog)
What is the population of Great Britain? ( about 60 mln)
What are the main industries in Great Britain? ( textile, fishing, shipbuilding, clothing, food, film production)
What are the world-known British names of writers, scientists, painters? (Shakespeare, Defoe, Dickens, Byron, Newton, Darwin, Turner, Constable)
What is the oldest part of London? ( the City with its narrow streets)
What are the most famous sights of London? ( the Tower, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the British Museum, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben …)
Where is the USA situated? (in the southern half of North America)
How many states are there in the USA? (50)
What countries does the USA border on? ( Canada in the North and Mexico in the South)
What is the biggest river in the USA? ( the Mississippi)
What holidays are celebrated in most states? ( New Year’s Day, Lincoln’s birthday, Washington’s birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day)
What is the biggest city in the USA? (New York)
What is the main law of life in New York? ( money-making)
What is the central part of New York? (Manhattan Island)
Is New York a modern city or an old one? ( modern)
What is the cheapest way of travelling in New York? (subway)
What branches is the government of the USA composed of? (legislative, executive and judicial)
What kind of person must the President of the USA be? (not less than 35, native born, resident in the country for 14 years)
Who is the head of the legislative power in the USA? (the Congress)
How many chambers does the Congress consist of? (the Senate – 2 members from each state and the House of Representatives)
Who is the head of the executive branch in the USA? (the President)
Is Great Britain a republic or a monarchy?
How are the Queen’s powers limited? (by Parliament)
What are the bodies of government in the UK?
What do executive bodies of Britain consist of? (the Cabinet, government departments and local authorities)
How is the Prime Minister elected? ( the leader of the party which has the majority in the House of Commons)
Is the British or the American Constitution unwritten? (British)
Why is the English Constitution called flexible and the American rigid? (the laws in Britain can be changed easily, in America it’s difficult)
What divisions does the USA consist of? Name some of them. (Identification D., Laboratory, Training D., Administrative D.)
How can fingerprints help in the investigation? (a dangerous fugitive wanted in one state can be found through fingerprint identification in another state)
What is the main aim of the Laboratory of the FBI? (they make scientific examinations which help to prove the guilt or innocence of a person)
What do the agents of the FBI fight against?
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What are the main departments of police? (Criminal Detection D., Criminal Investigation D., Economic Crimes D., State Auto Inspection, Transport police, Juvenile Inspection, the Correctional System
What is the main aim of police? (to maintain public order, to protect state and personal property, to safeguard the rights of all citizens)
What is the main responsibility of the officer of the Criminal Invest. D.? (to detect a criminal)
What must an officer of the Criminal Investigation D. do? (collect facts to prove the guilt or innocence of a person)
What is the State Auto Inspection responsible for? (safety on the roads)
Who does the Juvenile Inspection work with? (difficult juveniles and their careless parents)
The British Police
Why is the British officer sometimes called the Bobby? (after Sir Robert Peel, the founder of the British police)
Do the British policemen carry guns? (only in Northern Ireland)
What education do members of the police have? (all members of the police must gain a certain level of academic qualification and undergo a period of intensive training)
What are the ranks in the British police? (Chief Constable, Assistant Chief Constable, Chief Superintendant, Chief Inspector, Sergeant, Constable)
What are some of the Divisions of the FBI? (Special Invest. D., Identification D., Laboratory D., Training D., Administrative D.,)
What do FBI agents fight against? (organized crime, locate and apprehend escaped prisoners)
Which Division has the largest collection of fingerprints? (Identification D.)
How do Laboratory examinations help? (to solve a crime, to prove the guilt or innocence of a person)
Where are FBI agents trained? (at the FBI Academy in Virginia and at the training schools in Washington DC)
What police forces is Interpol made up? (A MULTINATIONAL FORCE, MADE UP OF POLICE FROM DIFFERENT COUNTRIES)
What are the main aims of Interpol? (promote assistance between all police forces, prevent crime)
What is the main body of Interpol? (the General Assembly)
What is the main task of the General Assembly? (adopts the programmes of activities, controls the policy of the organization)
Stages of investigation
What police forces take part in the process of investigating a crime? (patrol officers, detectives, criminalistic technicians, investigators)
Name the two major stages of investigating a crime. (preliminary and follow up)
What does the preliminary investigation include? (arresting a suspect, helping a victim, securing the crime scene from loss of evidence, collecting physical evidence, preliminary report)
What does the follow up investigation include? (interrogation of the suspect, interviewing the witnesses, collecting information from informants, preparation of reports)
Crime scene and duties of a police officer at a crime scene
What are the main police actions when crime is reported to the police? (to arrest a criminal, to give first aid to a victim, to protect the crime scene, to question the witnesses, to search the crime scene for evidence)
What must the investigator do with the physical evidence? (identify all the evidence, describe the exact location of each item, prove that the evidence was in proper custody)
What qualifications must a police officer have? (must be a highly qualified specialist with a good training)
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