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Thursday, 24 November 2016

CLA TEST # 32 (Combined Language Assessment) reading comprehension for UN SAAT Exam Burglary at Berisha Street

COMBINED LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT
(English) TEST # 32
FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
BURGLARY AT BERISHA STREET

PATROL REPORT
At 06.45 hours on Tuesday, 29 October 2011 “Police Control” received a telephone call from a local man, who said that he believed a burglary had just occurred at Berisha Street # 67. No casualties were   reported during the phone call. A police Patrol team from North Police Station was dispatched to the scene.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 1
Reference is made to a case reported on 29 October 2011.  The witness was waiting on Berisha Street near the burglarized house  as the Police patrol arrived at the scene.  The offices of the International Organization of Migration (IOM) are located in that house. The witness said that he was visiting his friend’s house nearby. At approximately 6.30 hours he heard strange hammering sounds and looked out of the window. Then he went out into his friend’s yard and saw one of the windows of the IOM office broken and the door open. He saw the silhouettes of people inside and he went back into the house to call the police. He also stated that he saw a light colored car parked near the house. He was not sure about the registration number of the car and was not certain about its color as it was quite dark.
The driver of the Police patrol car said that he had passed a light colored “Opel Omega” car with no registration plates with several people in it.  It was heading in the opposite direction towards the airport.  The leader of the patrol team got in touch with “Police Control” and asked the airport police to look for a light colored “Opel Omega” car and detain it for further investigation if they locate it.
 The witness said that he knows the director of the IOM office, a woman named Marla Orman. He had her business card. The leader of the patrol team contacted Ms. Marla Orman and asked her to come to her office to identify what was missing in the building.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 2
Reference is made to a case reported on 29 October 2011.  The Airport police reported that at 07.20 hours a silver colored “Opel Omega” with no registration plates was stopped and two laptops, two digital cameras, one DVD player, one printer and two scanners in the trunk of the car were found. The driver, a young male, was not able to prove that these items belonged to him.  During an interview he said that there had been two other passengers in the car, who had just got out.  The driver confirmed that these two men were with him in the IOM building and they had stolen the electronic equipment together. The driver was detained by police.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 3
Reference is made to a case reported on 29 October 2011.  Ms. Orman, the director of the IOM, arrived at the scene at 07.30 hours.  She checked the offices and made a list of missing equipment. Ms. Orman explained that IOM uses metal identification tags screwed into the bottom of their equipment.  The tags have IOM logo and bar codes with serial numbers, and she gave the police a list of all the equipment.  According to her, the total value of missing items was 4,320 US dollars. The items found in the trunk of the vehicle matched the items listed on the IOM inventory register and therefore the Police station north retained them until the completion of the investigation. Ms. Orman also stated that she found that two more scanners and a desktop computer had been disconnected and moved from their original places  They had been put on a table by the door.  Forensics processed for fingerprints and IOM retained these items.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 4
Reference is made to a case reported on 29 October 2011. Upon completion of the interview with Ms. Orman, police officers had started searching for any eye-witnesses of the incident in the area.  They were able to take a statement from one of the neighbors who identified himself as Mr. Kalu Odege, a former UN employee residing at Berisha Street # 64. He stated that he heard some noise and the sound of a car engine around 6.30 in the morning. However, he could not provide any more details as he was lying in bed at that early time and did not look outside.
FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
QUESTION PAPER  - A

Family Name:……………... First Name……………. Test Serial #:………….
Country:…………………        Date:………………………..

Q 1. At what address did the burglary occur?
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Q 2. What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?
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Q 3. At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
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Q 4. What was the model of the suspects’ car?
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Q 5. What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
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Q 6. What was the registration number of the car involved in this incident?
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Q 7. How many suspects were involved in this case?
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Q 8. What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
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Q 9. What was the total value of stolen items?
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Q 10. What time was the suspect detained?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS MATRIX - A

Q 1.     At what address did the burglary occur?
At Berisha Street # 67.

Q 2.     What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?

          International Organization of Migration (IOM)


Q 3.     At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
06:30 hrs.

Q 4.     What was the model of the suspects’ car?
“Opel Omega”

Q 5.     What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
Marla Orman

Q 6.     What was the registration number of the car involved in this incident?
There were no registration plates on this car.

Q 7.     How many suspects were involved in this case?
Three.

Q 8.     What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
Silver

Q 9.     What was the total value of stolen items?
4 320 USD
                                   
Q 10.   What time was the suspect detained?
            07.20 hrs.
QUESTION PAPER  - B
Family Name:………….…...First Name………………. Test Serial #:………….
Country:………………        Date:……………………

Q 1. At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
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Q 2. What was the total value of stolen items?
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Q 3. At what address did the burglary occur?
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Q 4. What time was the suspect detained?
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Q 5. What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
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Q 6. What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?
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Q 7. What was the model of the suspects’ car?
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Q 8. What was the registration number of the car, involved in this incident?
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Q 9. How many suspects were involved in this case?
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Q 10. What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS MATRIX - B

Q 1.     At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
06.30 hrs.

Q 2.     What was the total value of stolen items?
4 320 USD
           
Q 3.     At what address did the burglary occur?
At Berisha Street # 67.

Q 4.     What time was the suspect detained?

            07.20 hrs.

Q 5.     What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
Silver

Q 6.     What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?
International Organization of Migration (IOM)

Q 7.     What was the model of the suspects’ car?
“Opel Omega”

Q 8.     What was the registration number of the car involved in this incident?
There were no registration plates on this car.

Q 9.     How many suspects were involved in this case?
Three.

Q 10.   What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
Marla Orman
QUESTION PAPER  - C
Family Name:……….…...First Name………………. Test Serial #:………….
Country:…………………… Date:……………………

Q 1. What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?
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Q 2. What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
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Q 3. How many suspects were involved in this case?
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Q 4. What was the total value of stolen items?
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Q 5. At what address did the burglary occur?
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Q 6. At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
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Q 7. What was the registration number of the car, involved in this incident?
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Q 8. What time was the suspect detained?
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Q 9. What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
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Q 10. What was the model of the suspects’ car?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS MATRIX - C

Q 1.     What agency did the stolen equipment belong to?
International Organization of Migration (IOM)

Q 2.     What was the Director’s name of the burglarized office?
Marla Orman

Q 3.     How many suspects were involved in this case?

Three

Q 4.     What was the total value of stolen items?
4 320 USD

Q 5.     At what address did the burglary occur?
At Berisha Street # 67.
                                   
Q 6.     At what time did the witness hear strange sounds from neighboring house?
06.30 hrs.       

Q 7.     What was the registration number of the car involved in this incident?
There were no registration plates on this car.

Q 8.     What time was the suspect detained?
07.20 hrs.

Q 9.     What was the color of the vehicle used by the perpetrators?
Silver

Q 10.   What was the model of the suspects’ car?
“Opel Omega”
Second Part of CLA (Report Writing)
INTRODUCTION
            This is the second section of the UNPOL Combined Language Assessment.  It is divided into two parts. In the first part you will hear one person describing the mission-related topic you have just read about in the Reading Comprehension – it will be introduced as the Narrative. In the second part, you will hear a conversation between two people who are discussing the same mission-related topic – it will be introduced as the Dialogue.

            Please be reminded that the use of any computer devices, microphones, books, external notes or assistance from others is not permitted. Candidates who fail to observe appropriate conduct during this test will be excluded from the assessment process. Such actions will be duly noted and communicated in writing to the authorities of the Member State concerned and to the SAAT Coordinator in the UN Police Division.

            You will be given a Report Writing Form and another Blank Sheet of paper. Take careful notes on the Blank Sheet of paper of both the Narrative and the Dialogue. Pay attention to the important facts and key information. You will hear the recording only one time.
            Once the Narrative and Dialogue are finished, you will be asked to use your notes from both the Reading and the Audio parts to write your own complete police report.

            You will have 30 minutes to complete your police report. The instructor will indicate when these 30 minutes begin. The instructor will then announce when there are 5 minutes remaining and when there is one final minute.

            Please do not forget to write your full name and your individual test serial number clearly in the spaces provided on the Report Writing Sheet.

Good Luck!
NARRATIVE
At 06.45 hours on Tuesday, 29 October 2011 “Police Control” spoke with a witness to the burglary at the IOM office at Berisha Street #67, located in the North of town.  Police Patrol team from North Police Station consisting of the driver, team leader and two officers was dispatched to the scene. When the patrol team arrived at the scene at 07.05 hours, the witness was standing in front of the building waiting for police to arrive.  He introduced himself as Alexander Brown, date of birth 11 June 1970, residing at High Street # 21. He advised the patrol team that he had called to report the burglary. He stated he had been next door to the IOM offices at a friend’s apartment,  He said he had been taking care of her  house while she was on vacation, and he had been watering her plants daily.   Mr. Brown stated that he heard strange noises, and he looked out of the window to see what they were.  He saw lights on in the offices and since the IOM offices have never been opened before 09.00 hours, no one should have been in the building at that time. He could see that one of the windows on the IOM building was broken and the door was open.  He could see the silhouettes of three people inside holding electronic equipment in their hands.  There was a light colored Opel Omega with an open trunk and parked near the building. The witness did not see the faces of the suspects but said they were dressed in blue jeans and white shirts.

Later on at the same day, the Airport Police arrested the driver of Opel Omega, who provided the names and the address of his two friends who were involved in the crime.  At 9.05 hours the police team was dispatched to the house # 75 located at the Airport street, and arrested two suspects.

The same day the fingerprints were taken by the forensic experts from all suspects. The items found in the Opel Omega, were also examined. It was revealed that the fingerprints taken from the suspects match the ones taken from the scene in IOM office. Mr. Brown was called to identify suspects. However, he was not able to recognize any of them as it was dark at the time of the incident.

All electronic equipment found in the car was retained in the Police Station North until the completion of investigation. The Prosecuting Office ordered all three suspects to be retained at the detention center.
DIALOGUE
Station Commander:   Good morning, Madam! I have heard early in the morning your radio exchange with                                     regard to the burglary of IOM facilities. Who was arrested with regard to that case?

Team Leader:              A total of three suspects, Sir. First of all, it was the driver of Opel Omega who was detained by Airport police. Secondly, it was his two friends who participated in the burglary with him.

Station Commander:   When was that?

Team Leader:              Two suspects were arrested at 9.05 hours at their residence located at Airport street # 75.

Station Commander:   Do we have any eye-witnesses of the burglary?

Team Leader:              Yes, Alexander Brown witnessed the crime. He was watering plants in the neighbouring house at the time of the incident.

Station Commander:   The name sounds very familiar to me. Is he about 40 years old living at the High street near the church?         

Team Leader:              Yes, he is living at High street # 21. His date of birth is 11 June 1970.

Station Commander:   Was he able to recognize the suspects?

Team Leader:              No, as it was rather dark at the time of the incident. He stated from the very beginning that they were wearing blue jeans and light shirts, but that’s it.

Station Commander:   OK, clear enough. How do you know that the detained individuals may be linked to the burglary?

Team Leader:              Our Forensics Unit examined the items found in the Opel Omega.  Fingerprints from all three suspects were found on the electronic items found in the vehicle.  Additionally, fingerprints from all three suspects were matched to fingerprints found on the items placed on the table by the door at the IOM office.

Station Commander:   I assume all the stolen items are now at our station. We need to store them here until the completion of investigation.

Team Leader:              Yes, they were put in the evidence room. And the suspects will be kept in the detention centre as per the Prosecuting Office order.

Station Commander:   Thank you for your good work, Madam!

Team Leader:              My pleasure, Sir.

LIST OF 20 KEY FACTS

Location Of Offence:

1.
Berisha street # 67
Agency the Stolen equipment belonged to

2.
International organization of migration (IOM)
Time when the wittness Heard strange sounds from IOM building

3
06.30 Hrs
Model of the suspects’ CAR

4
Opel Omega
Name of the Director of IOM office

5
Marla Orman
Registration plates of the perpetrators’ vehicle

6.
NO registration plates
Total number of suspects

7.
Three

color of the perpetrators’ car

8
Silver
 The total value of stolen items

9.
4 320 USD
Time when the driver was detained

10.
07.20 HRS
Did the witness recognize the suspects:

11.
No
Fingerprints taken:

12.
Fingerprints Match
Name of the witness

13.
Alexander Brown
Witness’ Address
14
High Street # 21

Witness’ date of birth
15
11 June 1970

Evidence stored

16.
At the police station
Clothing of two  suspects as described by the witness
17
Blue Jeans

18
Light shirts

Address where two suspects were arrested

19
At Airport street # 75
time of Police patrol’s arrested two remaining suspects
20
9.05 hrs
            

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