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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the name of the other woman who was at the house in addition to the woman with the daughter?
2. After 1980, it appeared that many more _______ crimes were taking place, which was unlike the earlier trend.
3. Who began to watch Gacy, which caused him to become nervous and to take drugs?
(b) CIA agents.
(c) The neighborhood watch.
(d) FBI agents.
4. _________ was not considered to be reputable among crime fighting units as early as the 1960s.
(c) Detective work.
(d) DNA evidence.
5. What did the killer in #177 claim to be the reason behind his actions?
(a) A small voice in his head.
(c) The victims asked him to kill them.
(d) His raging headaches.
6. What was the name of the man who was killing women in England? The Yorkshire _________.
7. Who was not suspicious about Gacy's activities, according to their story?
(a) His friend.
(b) His wife.
(c) His brother.
(d) His mother.
8. Ressler thought Dahmer's sentence of __________ was not something that would teach anyone anything.
(b) 10 years.
(c) 30 years.
(d) Life sentence.
9. What happened to cause the police to let go of a suspect that fit the profile?
(a) A lie detector test.
(b) A hunch.
(c) A DNA swab.
(d) Lack of evidence.
10. What did Diane wake up to discover had happened to her?
(a) Her throat was slit.
(b) She was tied up.
(c) Her toes were cut.
(d) She was in another house.
11. Where was John Crutchley working at the time of his attempted murder incident?
(b) Navy base.
12. How many bodies did police end up finding in Gacy's home?
13. Ressler argued that Dahmer's murders were a _________ case, with different features than Kemper or Bundy.
14. Many killers are able to pass lie detector tests as they can __________ their minds and pass them when lying.
15. Who was the woman with a daughter that lived at the house Duane visited?
Short Answer Questions
1. In the late 1970s and 1980s, law enforcement was not as __________ as it is today, according to the book.
2. Ressler wanted to make sure that mental health professionals would be able to handle __________ effectively.
3. Who had send the bad information to the police, which was later discovered by officials?
4. Ressler also spent a lot of time as an expert _______ during court cases.
5. Where was the policeman from that brought Glatman in after the confession?
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