GPT Academy CCTV Camera Operator Mock Exam
You need to answer 80% of the questions to pass the exam
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Q:17 - Under the Display Screen Regulation 1992, employers have a duty to ensure that:
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Q:9 - According of the data protection act which of the following is true?
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Q:8 - Under the SIA Standards of Behaviour for CCTV operators, every operator has a responsibility to:
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Q:10 - Under the Human Rights Act 1998, CCTV operators must ensure that all monitoring is:
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Q:19 - Which of these is not a main area of a CCTV operator`s responsibility?
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Q:20 - Timely reporting which follows the correct reporting chain is essential because it:
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Q:13 - Under the regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, authorization for the use of CCTV in a planned operation must be given by:
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Q:7 - lf an unauthorised visitor wants to gain access to the CCTV control room, a CCTV operator must:
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Q:15 - What is the difference between the Data Protection Act 1988 (DPA) and the Freedom Of Information Act 2000(FIA)?
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Q:6 - Which of these is the key feature of access control system?
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Q:4 Which of these must a CCTV operator treat as confidential?
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Q:2 How does the Code of Practice impact CCTV operations at a strategic level?
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Q:3-Why are organisation's own codes of practice important to partners, agencies and the public?
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Q:16 - Which of these could indicate that a CCTV operator is suffering from stress?
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Q:11 -Surveillance that takes place on residential premises is known as:
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Q:18 - The main purpose of CCTV systems are to:
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Q:1 0ne of the main purposes of the information Commissioner's Office Code of Practice is to:
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Q:5 - The most important reason for keeping CCTV control rooms secure is to:
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Q:14 - The freedom of Information Act 2000, allows people to access:
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Q:12 - Under the regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, authorization will be required to use CCTV camera for:
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GPT Academy Conflict Management Mock Exam
Q:12 - What is one of the main reason for reviewing accidents of work related violence?
Q:5-How can a security operative deliver a win-win resolution to a conflict situation?
Q:17 - What is the final stage in the escalation of a conflict situation?
Q:19 - Which of these would be considered inappropriate when confronting unacceptable behaviour?
Q:1-What is the first stage in the process of a dynamic risk assessment?
Q:16 - What is the best definition of win-win approach to a conflict situation?
Q:2-A common trigger of aggression is when a person:
Q:9-When is it illegal for a child aged under 16 who is not accompanied by an adult to be on premises licensed for consumption of alcohol on the premises?
Q:13 - A common trigger of aggression is when a person:
Q:4-Which of these would be considered inappropriate when confronting unacceptable behaviour?
Q:6-What is the final stage in the escalation of a conflict situation?
Q:3-Which of these would generally be considered to indicate aggression?
Q:18 - Which of these would generally be considered to indicate aggression?
Q:14 - Which of these is a non verbal way of signalling non aggression?
Q:8- A person can not be ejected from a licensed premises because they are:
Q:15 - What is the most important reason for victims of workplace violence to have access to help and support following an accident?
Q:11 - Which of these would not be a good way to de-escalate a potential conflict situation?
Q:20 - Which of these would be the best way to communicate in a conflict situation?
Q:10-Which of these are unlikely to indicate a possible terrorist activity?
Q:7-What is the main way that delivering a gift can assist in solving a problem?
GPT Academy SIA Door Supervisor Mock Exam
Q:16 - Eric, a 32 years old man was resting in his house during a weekend. There was an attempt to rob his house as a robber broke in and held him at a gunpoint. However, Eric managed to get out of the grasp of the robber and punched him, causing the robber to black out. Which of the following describes Eric`s reaction to the robber?
Q:20 - Pressure systems, radiation generators, radiography, diving operations, collapsible scaffolding and little equipment lifting are examples of:
Q:17 - Which of the following statements does NOT refer to a defensive intervention skill?
Q:12 - Defensive tactics come into play best when subjects resort to threating and swearing at door supervisor.
Q:15 - Which of the following is a mechanism that is best described as mediation that expose neither party in the dispute to risk?
Q:6-Which of these Is not a type of assault?
Q:4-The main role of a door supervisor is to make sure that:
Q:13 - Which of the following is an example of defensive physical skills?
Q:2-Under the private Security Industry Act 2001, what must a person have to be able to work as a door supervisor?
Q:11 - Identifying the impact of a problem is the first step in the conflict resolution model.
Q:19 - Which of the following is an exception under the Human Right Act 1988 Article 2: Right to life?
Q:1-Why has a Code of Behaviour for door supervisors been produced
Q:7-Which of these is an offense against property?
Q:5-When evicting a customer , door supervisors must ensure that they:
Q:3-Which of these is an important quality for a door supervisor?
Q:18 - An incident that has the potential to cause death or serious injury to security operatives or supervisors is termed as:
Q:14 - Which of the following is a characteristic of restrictive physical intervention to be used by door supervisor?
GPT Academy Personal Licence Mock Exam
Q:18-Who must publish a statement of licensing policy?
Q:10-What is a ‘DPS’?
Q:8-Which of the following would prevent one from obtaining a Personal Licence?
Q:20-At what age can an unaccompanied child enter the and remain on the licensed premises?
Q:3-How long is a personal License valid for?
Q:14-Under the licensing act 2003 it is an offence to serve alcohol to a person who is?
Q:11-When selling alcohol with a personal licence, which other licence is required?
Q:2-Personal License Holders are not allowed to sell?
Q:4-What is the definition of ‘foreign’ offence?
Q:16-How many millilitres are there in a unit of alcohol?
Q:17-Which one of the following is defined as an unauthorised licensable activity?
Q:13-What is the minimum age at which a person can apply for a personal licence?
Q:5-What does ‘PLH’ stand for?
Q:1-What is the purpose of a Personal License?
Q:6-Which of the following changes would a PLH need to inform the Licencing Authority of?
Q:7-Who has the authority to object to a Personal Licence Application?
Q:15-The licensing act 2003 states that alcohol is a drink with ABV (alcohol by volume)strength of above?
Q:19-Who must be notified if a personal licence holder is charged with a relevant offence?
Q:9-What is the role of the Licensing Authority?
Q:12-Which of the following premises cannot be licensed under the licensing act 2003?
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Halifax HX1 2AL
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