ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Practice Test 514740

Question 2 of 5
The main function of the Civil Grand Jury is to investigate county, city, and joint - power agencies. This is a significant civil function. The Grand Jury acts in a watchdog capacity by examining carefully and completely the operations of various government agencies with in Los Angeles County. The Civil Grand Jury cannot investigate state or federal agencies, which lie outside their jurisdiction. Part of the investigation of governmental agencies includes the ability to audit operations, accounts, and records of officers and departments within the agency under investigation. The Civil Grand Jury is further charged with investigating individual complaints from citizens. By statute the Grand Jury is required to inquire regarding the conditions and management of all public prisons within the County of Los Angeles.
According to this passage:
Auditing is the only method the Grand Jury uses during an investigation of a department .
The Civil Grand Jury is able to investigate any public sector agency within the County of Los Angeles.
Complaints filed by prisoners are not investigated by the Grand Jury.
The Grand Jury monitors and investigates the operations of local government agencies in Los Angeles County.