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Exam ASIS-CPP topic 1 question 1 discussion

Actual exam question from ASIS's ASIS-CPP
Question #: 1
Topic #: 1
[All ASIS-CPP Questions]

Which of the following is not a legitimate purpose of an investigation for employee misconduct?

  • A. To determine whether company rules have been violated
  • B. To ascertain whether company policies have been violated
  • C. To catalog information about employees that might be derogatory for future use
  • D. To determine if state laws have been violated
  • E. To determine if federal laws have been violated
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Suggested Answer: C 🗳️


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2 weeks, 2 days ago
For me answer C is correct, The main focus of investigations on employee misconduct should be on checking to see that company policies and rules as well as state and national legislation have not been breached. Avoiding the collection of negative information about an employee for future purposes is not among the aims since such may bring out prejudice or unfairness against any individual.
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10 months, 1 week ago
To all - These questions are NOT ASIS CCP questions. I just took the exam and less than 0.07% of the 772 questions were actually on or related to the actual exam. I asked Exam Topics for a refund and they refused. Recommendation: Save your time and money and study the ASIS PoA books and flashcards. It will serve you better.
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7 months, 2 weeks ago
You are very exact with your percentage...0.07%. Isn't that concerning?
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10 months, 4 weeks ago
Selected Answer: C
Cataloging derogatory information about an employee is illegal
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