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CLA TEST # ILLEGAL PARKING BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (Combined Language Assessment) reading comprehension for UN SAAT Exam

COMBINED LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT
SAAT/AMS EXAM 2017
(English) TEST #
ILLEGAL PARKING BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
PATROL REPORT
At about 16.00 hours on Wednesday 15 April 2009, Mr. James Watson aged 40 attended to police station Number "10" at 14 Miami street to make a complaint. He met Captain Molar the commander of police station number "10". Mr. Watson started to give Mr. Molar the content of his complaint. He stated that at about 07.30 hours that morning he was accompanying his young son Patrick 6 years old to the school. A police Ford transit van license number K-L9687 was parked illegally at the front of “Oven Fresh “bakery at 28 Liberty road. The vehicle surpassed the yellow line, it was completely blocking the pavement and not allowing pedestrians to pass via the pavement. The man was very angry about what happened to him and his son that morning. Captain Molar tried promptly to cool him down so as to be able to collect more information from him. Captain Molar ordered one fresh lemon juice for Mr. Watson. He also gave him a cigarette.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 1
Resuming his statement, Mr. James Watson further added that, consequently and because of the blocked pavement by the police van which made it impossible to pass, he and his son had to cross Liberty Road which was known as always busy. Crossing the road, Mr. James Watson and his son Patrick were in an imminent danger because of the rushing vehicles. The man tried to cross the road three times. The first time, once both the father and the son initiated crossing the road, Patrick's school bag dropped on the ground. Patrick stopped suddenly trying to pick it up while a blue bus license number L-A 2283 was speeding towards them. Mr. Watson pulled his son quickly to the rear. The second time, Mr. Watson stumbled in the pavement. The third time, while Mr. Watson and his son were crossing the road, a red and white truck license  number S-K 2563 was about to hit the young kid. MR. Watson pulled Patrick strongly forward and they both managed to pass safely.    
 FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 2
After Mr. Watson became quite cooler, he started again telling Captain Molar what happened after. He said that the danger he and his son were in, made him very furious. He stopped at the opposite side of the road and took "10" pictures to the police van. The pictures illustrated clearly the wrong position of the police vehicle. It showed that the police van was parked 2 feet on the pavement. It showed also that the police van totally surpassed the yellow line. More over, the parking was right next to a sign stating that parking wasn't allowed there. Mr. James Watson decided to submit a written complaint to the police station with the pictures of the police transit van attached to it.        
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 3
In response to Mr. James Watson complaint, Captain Molar ordered the duty officer to check the status of the Ford transit van license number K-L9687 according to the service roster. At about 16.25 hours the duty officer submitted a report of the status of the police vehicle which was involved in the situation. The vehicle was allocated to patrol team "Delta". The patrol team leader was officer Kress. The buddy team member was Officer John.
FOLLOW-UP REPORT # 4
Captain Molar ordered the duty officer to call officer Kress in order to get questioned about the complaint.  Friendly, Captain Molar apologized to Mr. Watson on behalf of the police station staff. Officially, Captain Molar promised him that a fair and firm disciplinary procedures would be taken if somebody proved guilty.
FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
QUESTION PAPER  - A
Family Name:……………………...First Name……………. Test Serial #:………….
Country:………………………     Date:……………………

Q 1.     What was the license number of the blue bus ?
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Q 2.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
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Q 3.     Where was the police vehicle parked?
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Q 4.     Who was the complainant?
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Q 5.     Why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
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Q 6.     What was the color of the truck?
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Q 7.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
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Q 8.     At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
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Q 9.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
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Q 10.   How many vehicles mentioned in the case?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS
MATRIX - A
Q 1.     What was the license number of the blue bus?
L-A2283

Q 2.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
Ford Transit Van

Q 3.     Where was the police vehicle parked?
             At the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery" at 28 Liberty Road

Q 4.     who was the complainant?
            Mr. James Watson

Q 5.     Why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
            Patrick's school bag dropped on the ground

Q 6.     What was the color of the truck?
            Red and White

Q 7.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
10

Q 8.     At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
16.25 hours

Q 9.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
            Delta
                                   
Q 10.   How many vehicles mentioned in the case?
            3                                  
FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
QUESTION PAPER  - B

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

Q 1.       why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
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Q 2.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
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Q 3.       who was the complainant?
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Q 4.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
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Q 5.     What was the license number of the blue bus?
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Q 6.     Where was the police vehicle parked?
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Q 7.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
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Q 8.     What was the color of the truck?
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Q 9.       How many vehicles mentioned in the case??
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Q 10.     At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS
MATRIX - B
Q 1.     Why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
            Patrick's school bag dropped on the ground

Q 2.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
10
           
Q 3.     who was the complainant?
            Mr. James Watson

Q 4.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
Ford Transit Van

Q 5.     What was the license number of the blue bus?
L-A2283

Q 6.     Where was the police vehicle parked?
            At the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery" at 28 Liberty Road

Q 7.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
            Delta

Q 8.     What was the color of the truck?
            Red and White

Q 9.     How many vehicles mentioned in the case?
            3 

Q 10.   At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
16.25 hours

FIRST PART of CLA (Reading)
QUESTION PAPER  - C
Family Name:………...First Name………………. Test Serial #:………….
Country:………………                                    Date:……………

Q 1.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
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Q 2.     What was the color of the truck?
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Q 3.     At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
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Q 4.     How many vehicles mentioned in the case?
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Q 5.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
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Q 6.     why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
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Q 7.     who was the complainant?
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Q 8.     What was the license number of the blue bus?
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Q 9.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
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Q 10.   Where was the police vehicle parked?
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QUESTION AND ANSWERS
MATRIX - C
Q 1.     Which team did the police van allocate to?
            Delta

Q 2.     What was the color of the truck?
            Red and White

Q 3.     At what time did the duty officer submit the report to the station commander?
16.25 hours

Q 4.     How many vehicles mentioned in the case?
            3 

Q 5.     How many pictures did Mr. Watson take?
10
                                   
Q 6.     Why didn’t Mr. Watson mange to cross the road at the first time?
            Patrick's school bag dropped on the ground

Q 7.     Who was the complainant?
            Mr. James Watson

Q 8.     What was the license number of the blue bus?
L-A2283

Q 9.     What was the type of the police vehicle?
Ford Transit Van

Q 10.   Where was the police vehicle parked?
At the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery" at 28 Liberty Road

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
Referring to the case, at about 17.00 hours on Wednesday 15 April 2009, officer Kress arrived at police station number "10" to get interviewed about the morning complaint. Captain molar recited the complaint over officer Kress. Right away, officer Kress confirmed the breach. Giving more details, officer Kress said that he and his buddy team John at about 06.45 hours started a day patrol. Five minutes later they parked at the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery" to have breakfast. It was already wrong parking because there was no other free space to park. Officer Kress further added that they stayed about 15 minutes inside the bakery having the breakfast. As a result, both Kress and John were punished disciplinary. Both of them were blamed in written with three days reduction from the salary for Kress and one day for John .
DIALOGUE

Officer Kress:                        Good after noon sir
Station Commander:            Good after noon officer, what happened in the early morning?

Officer Kress:                        It was quite alright
Station Commander:            So, what about the illegal parking at the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery"?

Officer Kress:                        Ah yeah, how did you know sir?
Station Commander:            Mr. James Watson a 40 years old made a complaint attached with pictures of your illegal parking this morning .

Officer Kress:                        Ah yeah, yes we did that already. I can confess. night.
Station Commander:            How was that?

Officer Kress:                        At about 06.45 Hours, I and my buddy team John started a day patrol "Delta". Five minutes later we stopped to have breakfast before conducting the patrol.
Station Commander:            Where and How was that?

Officer Kress:                        It was at the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery", and we had to park wrong as there was no other free space around
Station Commander:          How long did you last inside the Bakery?

Officer Kress:                        About 15 minutes
Station Commander:            Really I'm sorry of what happened, it's shame on law enforcement officers to breach the law.

Officer Kress:                        I regret sir, and we are all sorry
Station Commander:            You and your colleague will be punished disciplinary, a blame in written for both of you with three days reduction for you and one day for your colleague. Interview over.

Officer Kress:                        Thank you sir
Second Part of CLA (Report Writing)
LIST OF 20 KEY FACTS
1- L-A2283
2- Ford Transit Van
3-  At the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery" at 28 Liberty Road
4- Mr. James Watson
5- Patrick's school bag dropped on the ground
6- Red and White
7- 10 pictures
8- 3 vehicles
9- Delta
10- 16.25 hours
11- 17.00 hours on Wednesday 15 April 2009, officer Kress arrived at police station number "10" to get interviewed about the morning complaint.
12- Captain molar recited the complaint over officer Kress
13-  Officer Kress confirmed the breach
14-  Officer Kress said that he and his buddy team John at about 06.45 hours started a day patrol
15- Five minutes later they parked at the front of "Oven Fresh Bakery"
16-  To have breakfast
17-  It was already wrong parking because there was no other free space to park
18- Officer Kress further added that they stayed about 15 minutes inside the bakery having the breakfast
19-  Both Kress and John were punished disciplinary. Both of them were blamed in written
20- Three days reduction from the salary for Kress and one day for John



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