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1.1. It is assumed that the police are the special _____________ of the citizens’ liberties and the community’s tranquility.
(A) gardeners
(B) amateurs
(C) guardians
(D) gangsters
(E) colleagues

2.2. The kidnapper demanded a(an) _____________ of 200,000 US dollars for freeing the hostage.
(A) surcharge
(B) compensation
(C) wage
(D) ransom
(E) income

3.3. Police Officer Helen Huang is ___________ traffic at a busy intersection when she sees two men fighting on the sidewalk about half a block away.
(A) directing
(B) waving
(C) making
(D) leading
(E) taking

4.4. While working an 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ________ on May 24, 2015, Police Officers Tsai and Lin received a radio call at 1:50 p.m. to investigate a report of a man with a gun in front of 56 Suren Avenue.
(A) job
(B) shift
(C) task
(D) work
(E) turn

5.5. Signing a(an) ______________ treaty with a country may deter a criminal’s possible overseas fleeing.
(A) settlement
(B) commerce
(C) penalty
(D) negotiation
(E) extradition

6.6. The civilians __________ the former mayor of taking bribes.
(A) conspired
(B) acquired
(C) devoted
(D) accused
(E) impounded

7.7. Courts can not exclude eyewitness ____________ from a trial. Sometimes it is the only evidence to a crime.
(A) apparel
(B) plea
(C) program
(D) lineup
(E) testimony

8.8. The lawyer is going to __________ to a higher court next week in order to help his client who has been suspected of being involved in a murder case.
(A) sentence
(B) appeal
(C) assist
(D) outgo
(E) notify

9.9. Human ______________ is a form of modern slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others.
(A) trafficking
(B) traffic
(C) transportation
(D) transport
(E) immigration

10.10. With CCTV security systems, police are now keeping the area under constant _______________.
(A) care
(B) suppression
(C) surveillance
(D) change
(E) resolution

11.11. Police: Excuse me, sir. ______________________________ Driver: Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t see any traffic signs.
(A) Why didn’t you wear a safety helmet?
(B) Here you are. You couldn’t care less.
(C) Didn’t you know it’s a one-way street? You shouldn’t drive in.
(D) How come you did this!
(E) What is the make of your car?

12.12. Bicyclist: Excuse me, officer. My bike isn’t working well. Could you help me with it? Police: No problem. I’ll check and see if I can ____________________ it.
(A) get along with
(B) take care of
(C) be interested in
(D) keep in touch with
(E) get rid of

13.13. Officer Liu: How have you been? Officer Su: ______________________
(A) I am a sergeant.
(B) We have been together for one year.
(C) Not much.
(D) So … what brings you here?
(E) Haven’t we met before?

14.14. Officer Lee: Hey, Jane. I don’t have a pen with me. Can I use yours? Officer Wang: _________________________
(A) Anything is O.K. with me.
(B) Sure. Go ahead.
(C) I am glad to hear that.
(D) Count me in.
(E) I am with you all the way.

15.15. Foreigner: Excuse me. How can I get to your office to apply for my police criminal record certificate? Can I take the bus? Duty officer: If you are not considering taking the MRT, you can take bus 236. Foreigner: How often does the bus leave for your office? Duty Officer: _________________________.
(A) Early in the morning
(B) Twenty minutes later
(C) It runs always
(D) In ten minutes
(E) Every half an hour

16.16. A: I am going to take the test for the police academy this Sunday, and I am feeling so nervous. B: Take it easy! I will ____________________. A: Thanks. I hope that I can pass the exam successfully.
(A) search high and low for it
(B) count you in
(C) make it up
(D) keep my fingers crossed for you
(E) be on the safe side

17.17. Officer Chen: I understand most terminologies in police English, but I’m too dumb to know how to use them. Officer Tsai: _______________________
(A) I can relate.
(B) That’s great.
(C) I am very proud of you.
(D) I hate when that happens.
(E) Tell me about it.

18.18. Duty Officer: Hello, Officer Shen speaking. May I help you? Foreigner: I’ve lost my wallet and traveler’s checks. I’d like to report a pickpocketing. Duty Officer: _________________________ Your name, please.
(A) Don’t be afraid of. You should have been more careful.
(B) Don’t worry! That’s a piece of cake.
(C) Don’t panic! We will do our best to help you.
(D) That’s not a big deal.
(E) Someone must have picked your pocket.

19.19. Foreigner: Hello. This is Stella Jobs. May I speak to Officer Chiang? Duty Officer: Excuse me, ma’am. Officer Chiang is currently ______________. Would you like to leave him a message?
(A) taking French leave
(B) skipping the duty
(C) leaving us alone
(D) leaving behind
(E) on business leave

20.20. Foreigner: Officer Chiu, I really appreciate what you have done for me. Officer Chiu: You’re welcome. _____________________________
(A) I am just doing my business.
(B) I am just doing my job.
(C) I am just doing my things.
(D) I am just doing my mission.
(E) I am just doing my responsibility.

21.21. Our commander is so picky about fruits that he only eats three kinds of them. One is watermelon, another is pineapple, and _______ guava.
(A) some is
(B) the other is
(C) the others are
(D) the another is
(E) others are

22.22. When a criminal is arrested, he or she has the option to remain _____ .
(A) silence
(B) silent
(C) silently
(D) silenced
(E) silencing

23.23. We spent our winter vacation in the Netherlands. _______it rained constantly, we still had a great time.
(A) Although
(B) In spite of
(C) Despite
(D) Due to
(E) Because

24.24. It is prohibited by law to mail through parcel post any merchandise that might prove _______ in transport.
(A) to the danger
(B) with danger
(C) dangerously
(D) dangerous
(E) of the danger

25.25. _______ the end of martial law in 1987, people were allowed to form new political parties and have the right of assembly, free speech and publication.
(A) For
(B) With
(C) At
(D) In
(E) From

26.26. The police found a bunch of kids ________ drugs in an empty house, so they stopped and arrested them right away.
(A) taking
(B) take
(C) to take
(D) are taking
(E) of taking

27.27. After five hours of police questioning, the young man finally admitted __________ someone else’s credit card.
(A) having been used
(B) to have used
(C) having used
(D) to use
(E) have used

28.28. According to the police, the car accident _________________ faulty brakes.
(A) brought about
(B) resulted in
(C) was because
(D) led to
(E) was attributed to

29.29. Charles has _______________ difficulty of all the students figuring out the forensic chemistry problem.
(A) few
(B) fewer
(C) more
(D) the least
(E) less

30.30. While ____________, Police Officer Chang was approached by a woman who was screaming that she had been assaulting by her husband.
(A) with patrol
(B) at patrol
(C) in patrol
(D) under patrol
(E) on patrol

31.( A ) Identity theft, the stealing of one’s personal status and information, is 31 to be the fastest-growing crime in the world. For the past decade, more than 6.8 million people in Taiwan were victims of identity theft, and this number is still 32 . People’s identity can be stolen in a variety of ways. Thieves steal wallets or search through garbage cans for personal information. They change the billing address to get control of accounts. 33 , more high-tech thieves send fishing emails or use devices to collect data from credit cards. Most of the time, people may not find out about the crime until long after it 34 . While authorities can take some steps to protect the public 35 identity theft, ultimately, it is one who needs to take responsibility for protecting oneself.
(A) asked
(B) made
(C) claimed
(D) regarded
(E) thinking

(A) declining
(B) on the decrease
(C) vibrating
(D) threatening
(E) on the increase

(A) In other words
(B) In addition
(C) Generally
(D) Merely
(E) However

(A) has done
(B) has committed
(C) has been done
(D) has been committed
(E) has been made

(A) from
(B) of
(C) to
(D) with
(E) at

36.( B ) Many societies still believe that certain jobs should be gender-specific, and this idea is strengthened in schools. Both men and women 36 the gender bias in the workplace as well. Women training for jobs that are traditionally 37 men, such as a plumber, ship-captain or firefighter, might be harassed by male coworkers. The 38 of genders is also seen in the English language. Common words such as policeman, fireman and nanny suggest that jobs must be done by a certain sex. 39 , more women are being elected in government, and more men are choosing to be stay-at-home dads. We should all fight to 40 these barriers so that our children can grow up to be whatever they want to be.
(A) stay away from
(B) put up with
(C) other than
(D) have in common
(E) compare with

(A) held by
(B) regarded as
(C) owing to
(D) belongs to
(E) just like

(A) likeness
(B) unlikelihood
(C) unfair
(D) unequal
(E) gap

(A) Shortly
(B) In the past
(C) These Days
(D) Instantly
(E) Momentarily

(A) work together
(B) break down
(C) catch up with
(D) bully
(E) demand

41.( A ) Proper firearms training is one phase of law enforcement that can not be ignored. No part of the training of a police officer is more important or more valuable. The officer’s life, and often the lives of his or her fellow officers, depend directly upon skill with the weapon he or she is carrying. Proficiency with the revolver is not attained exclusively by the volume of ammunition used and the number of hours spent on the firing line. Supervised practice and the use of training aids and techniques help make the shooter. It is essential to have a good firing range where new officers are trained and older personnel practice in scheduled firearms sessions. The fundamental points to be stressed are grip, stance, breathing, sight alignment, and trigger squeeze. Coordination of thought, vision, and motion must be achieved before the officer gains confidence in shooting ability. Attaining this ability will make the student a better officer and enhance his or her value to the force.
【題組】41. According to the passage, proper training in the use of firearms is one aspect of law enforcement that must be given serious consideration mainly because it is .
(A) the most useful and essential factor in the training of a police officer
(B) the one phase of police officer training which stresses mental and physical coordination
(C) the costliest aspect of police officer training
(D) the most difficult part of police officer training
(E) the optional part of police officer training

42.【題組】42. A police officer will gain confidence in his or her shooting ability only after having .
(A) spent the required number of hours on the firing line
(B) been given sufficient supervised practice
(C) learned the five fundamental points
(D) learned to coordinate revolver movement with sight and thought
(E) finished his/her studies in a police academy

43.【題組】43. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT included as the fundamental points of firearms training?
(A) position
(B) a good holding
(C) the focusing of hearing
(D) an adjustment for seeing focus
(E) a stable and smooth respiration

44.【題組】44. What does the phrase “firing range” in line 6 mean?
(A) the length of firing
(B) the scope of firing
(C) the space of firing
(D) the arrangement of firing
(E) the place of practicing firing

45.【題組】45. What is probably the best title of the passage?
(A) The expenditure of firearms training for a police officer
(B) The importance of firearms training for a police officer
(C) How to gain the shooting ability for a police officer
(D) How to be a good police officer
(E) The fundamental points of firearms training

46.( B ) 
 The public often believes that the main job of a uniformed officer is to enforce laws simply by arresting people. In reality, however, many of the situations that an officer deals with do not call for the use of the power of arrest. In the first place, an officer spends much of his or her time preventing crimes from happening, by spotting potential violations or suspicious behavior and taking action to prevent illegal acts. In the second place, many of the situations in which officers are called on for assistance involve elements like personal disputes, husband-wife quarrels, noisy juveniles, or emotionally disturbed persons. The majority of these problems do not result in arrests and convictions, and often they do not even involve illegal behavior. In the third place, even in situations where there seems to be good reason to make an arrest, an officer may have to exercise very good judgment. There are times when making an arrest too soon could touch off a riot, or could result in the detention of a minor offender while major offenders escaped, or could cut short the gathering of necessary on-the-scene evidence.

【題組】46. The passage implies that most citizens .
(A) will start to riot if they see an arrest being made
(B) appreciate the work that law enforcement officers do
(C) never call for assistance unless they are involved in a personal argument or a husband-wife quarrel
(D) do not realize that making arrests is only a small part of law enforcement
(E) believe they can get the police assistance promptly

47.【題組】47. According to the passage, one way in which police officers can prevent crimes from happening is by ______ .
(A) arresting suspicious guys
(B) taking action on potential violations
(C) letting minor offenders go free
(D) refusing to get involved in husband-wife fights
(E) calling for back-ups

48.【題組】48. The word “juveniles” in line 6 is mostly like .
(A) drivers
(B) neighbors
(C) bystanders
(D) pedestrians
(E) youth

49.【題組】49. The last sentence in the passage mentions “detention of minor offenders.” Of the following, which best explains the meaning of the word “detention” as used here?
(A) sentencing someone
(B) indicting someone
(C) calling someone before a court hearing
(D) questioning someone
(E) arresting someone

50.【題組】50. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT included in the possible happenings when making an arrest too promptly?
(A) a mobbish gathering
(B) a runaway of prime violators
(C) a costly and time-consuming investigation
(D) an imprisonment of secondary violators
(E) an interruption of collecting evidence