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IB ACIO 2017 Tier-2 Question Paper Held on 25 February 2018

IB ASSISTANT CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER GRADE-II(EXECUTIVE) EXAMINATION - 2017 Tier-2 Question Paper Held on 25 February 2018

ACIO-III/Exe Examination-2017 (Tier-II)

Dated of Exam: 25.2.2018

Time -1 hour (1100 hrs to 1200 hrs)

Max Marks: 50

Instructions:
1. Write your roll no in the space provided above.
2. All answers are to be written on the answer sheet provided separately.
3. Please do not write your name or roll no on the answer sheet except the space provided on the first page.
4. Please deposit the answer sheet additional answer sheet to the invigilator before leaving the exam hall.
5. Candidates can take the question paper after the exam.

IB ACIO 2017 Tier-2 Question Paper Held on 25 February 2018

Q 1. Write an essay in English language only on any ONE of the following topics in not more than 400 words  (30 marks)

i.Social Media, a boon or a bane for security agencies?
ii. Do you agree that next world war will be fought over water unless we change the way we manage? Justify your contention.
iii) There is no honor in honor killing Discuss in the context of Indian Society.

Q 2. Read the following paragraph and answer the given below. (Each question carries 2 marks)

At times, Solution to an intractable problem plaguing an organization lies in a simple but profound game-changing idea that impacts the entire the organization. The end result for the police is the maintenance of peace and prevention and detection of crime as reflected through statistics. Statistics of crime reduction, detection and conviction form the mainstay for evaluating police functioning.

Regrettably, a focus on the end on Result of statistics, at times, reduces the attention of the processes. In sports, the player is said to enter a "Zone" when he effortlessly plays the game in a flow, rather than focus on the end result. Would a similar paradigm shift in the police approach, where the focus shifts from end results of statistics to the process improve police functioning? It would involve a shift that would engender a change in all branches of the organization and all forms of work. The approach would be evidence-based and scientifically proved. The ultimate aim of policing is to increase public compliance with law: and the model of policing applied should aim towards that goal.

A procedural justice model of a policing increases police efficiency by positively impacting on public participation Cooperation. Being procedural just means not only being fair, transparent and unbiased but also embedding the process with respect and dignity for all concerned. A respectful treatment across the board, within and outside organization, a human approach would enable the police to focus on each step of the policing method, rather than respond to the varied expectations of end results within the organization and from outside.

Mainstreaming the human rights or humane approach to policing would embark the police personnel to work in a zone that would make the police, as an end result, effective, efficient, competent and above all respected. A humane approach would underlie all the varied applications of policing methods, whether evidence-based, problem-oriented or community-based

i). What is the ultimate aim of policing?
ii). What is the fundamental approach suggested for the police to undertake that would Improve its functioning?
iii). The passages discuss two types of evaluations: what are they?
iv). What aspect of policing does the passage compare the Zone of a sports player with?
v). Difficult and complex problems always entail complicated solutions. True or false?

Q 3. Read the following passage and write its precis. (10 marks)

Research on stress among policemen across the world suggests that occupational stress in police arises through their peculiar job profile. Broadly it can be understood on account of the nature of police work with its risks and frequent exposure and emotional demanding demanding situations entailing human suffering. The nature of police organizations with their institutionalized bureaucratic, hierarchical and at times autocratic impersonal culture, the criminal justice system and its components that frequently evoke extreme frustration and helplessness in the face of perceived leniency and avoidable delay, the interactions with community, which carries its own expectations and lastly the personal life Issues of a policeman long and after is work, particularly paucity of time available to spend with the family, all combine to generate stress.

Policing entails a need for continuous decision making that is crucial to police performance and evaluation, Such decision making is often expected to risk for the policeman or others and damage to be quick, in moments of physical property Invariably these decisions come under great public and departmental scrutiny, which is conducted in the luxury of time and far removed from the sweat and grind of the situation. The lack of public confidence in of police in the media and entertainment sectors, alternately caricatured as bumbling buffoons or torch-bearing messianic evokes conflict and confusion in policeman's mind. At once called upon to play the role of a kindly tried and Savior, and that of a forceful enforcer, a policeman's life can be roller coaster ride. Some studies indicate that the proportion of job-related stress cause morbidity and mortality in police may be more than injuries or fatalities es at the hands of assailants and criminals.