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Question 1: In 2006, the Province of ________ expanded the duties[2] of the provincial sheriffs department to include tasks such as traffic enforcement, VIP protection, investigation and fugitive apprehension(FASST).
British ColumbiaAlbertaQuebecCanada

Question 2: Examples include the ________ and the Miami-Dade Police Department.
Henderson, NevadaNevadaLas Vegas, NevadaLas Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Question 3: In other parts of Canada not covered by a sheriff's agency, bailiff functions are handled directly by the local, provincial police or ________ as appropriate.
Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceCanada Border Services AgencyOntario Provincial PoliceEnvironment Canada

Question 4: In ________, the political or legal office of a sheriff is called a shrievalty.
American EnglishCanadian EnglishBritish EnglishEnglish language

Question 5: Historically, the ________ empowered to enforce High Court writs were called Sheriffs or Sheriff's Officers.
BailiffTipstaffBurghConstable

Question 6:
Sheriff, Lord Lyon King of Arms and Senator of the College of Justice are all:
Government occupations Judiciary of Scotland Law enforcement titles Titles

Question 7: There are also states in the US that do not have sheriffs, such as ________.
ConnecticutMassachusettsRhode IslandMaine

Question 8: However, the court's powers are limited, so that major crimes such as rape or murder and complex or high-value civil cases are dealt with in the High Court (for criminal matters) or the ________ (for civil matters).
Inner HouseCourt of SessionLord President of the Court of SessionOuter House

Question 9: The political election of a person to serve as a ________ leader is an almost uniquely American tradition.
Common lawPoliceLawSharia

Question 10: In ________, for instance, the elected sheriff is primarily an officer of the County Court, whose duties include running the county jail and serving papers in lawsuits and foreclosures.
New HampshireMaineVermontMassachusetts
















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