Practice Test 2

Welcome to your Practice Test 2

1. 
Security guards do not respond to emergencies. That is the duty of police, fire departments and other emergency response teams.

2. 
Security guards only work in condominiums.

3. 
Private investigators have the same uniform requirements that security guards have.

4. 
Over the past 40 years, the security industry has:

5. 
What is the maximum penalty for an individual's violation of the code of conduct?

6. 
You are working as a security guard and aprroached by a female reporting a sexual assault committed by someone known to you, what do you do?

7. 
You are working at a manufacturing facility where employees have signed a workplace contract agreeing to a search of their person and parcels prior to exiting the building. An employee is leaving at the end of their shift. You ask to search them and they refuse to allow you to perform the search. What should you do?

8. 
You need to respond to an unusual situation on your site. What is the first authority you should consider before formulating your plan?

9. 
What is a common physical access control method employed on a building?

10. 
Access control is considered for which types of people?

11. 
What is the one piece of ID that a security guard on duty is required to carry by law?

12. 
What should you do when receiving a bomb threat?

13. 
When responding to an alarm and detecting a lots of smoke a guard should:

14. 
What word best describes what is required regarding statements?

15. 
What is the best course of action to take when you find people stuck in an elevator, after late in the evening?

16. 
The study of history reveals trends and patterns.

17. 
Many job sites in the security industry require that you have the Standard Level First Aid Certification.

18. 
Private sector security places a strong emphasis on crime prevention and deterrence.

19. 
The companies for which security guards work are legally accountable. However, security guards do not have significant legal or personal accountability.

20. 
Security guards always work a full eight-hour daytime shift when public transportation is readily available.