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  1. b. Bridewell
  2. c. ISPs abdicate the use of rehabilitation.
  3. c. Extensive training
  4. b. Retaliation fulfills a religious a religious mission
  5. b. The correctional system is given sole responsibility to supervise probationers....
  1. a 9. Which of the following is NOT a contributing factor to low quality jail personnel?
    a. Poor working conditions
    b. Political appointment
    c. Extensive training
    d. Low pay
  2. b 17. Intensive supervised probation is a form of probation with increased supervision and control of the offender. Which of the following statements inaccurately describes this form of punishment?
    a. ISPs generally require multiple weekly contacts between the probationer and the probation officer.
    b. ISPs were first instituted by the state of Georgia in 1974.
    c. ISPs abdicate the use of rehabilitation.
    d. ISP is a punishment deemed for uncontro9llable and non-compliant probationers.
  3. c 8. Probation is characterized by all of the following statements except:
    a. Probation is not a sanction of confinement
    b. The correctional system is given sole responsibility to supervise probationers.
    c. Probation is characterized by conditions imposed on the offender that governs release into the community
    d. Recent developments in technology have increased the ability to monitor probationers' behavior.
  4. d 2. The theological view of retaliation argues which of the following:
    a. Punishment has a specific beneficial and social consequence
    b. Retaliation fulfills a religious a religious mission
    c. Punishment resolves social discord created by the offense and re-establishes a sense of harmony through requital
    d. Guilt must be washed away through suffering inflicted by punishment
  5. e 1. A work house, created for employment and housing in London during the 16th century, is called:
    a. Brank
    b. Bridewell
    c. Stocks
    d. Sanctuary

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 7. The Gagnon v. Scarpelli decision governs how probation may be withdrawn from an offender. This decision created all of the following due process rules except:
    a. A written notice of the probation hearing must be given to the offender.
    b. The probationer has the right to cross-examine witnesses.
    c. The probationer has the right to legal counsel when the case is too complex for the ordinary person to comprehend the legal issues involved.
    d. The hearing is before a jury.
  2. 6. All of the following statements are applicable to community work orders except:
    a. The individual performs community service duties as a condition of another sentence.
    b. The number of hours worked may serve to reduce any accompanying fines imposed during sentencing.
    c. This disposition is generally imposed and completed to nullify the conviction.
    d. The individual "volunteers" his or her time to the community agency.
  3. 17. There are several sources of "pressure" in the correctional system discussed in your textbook that leads to practical problems in sentencing. Which of the following is not one of them?
    a. Limited resources
    b. The correctional system's finite size
    c. Sentencing discrimination
    d. The number of prisoners in institutions
  4. 10. The utilitarian view of retaliation argues which of the follow?
    a. Punishment has a specific beneficial and social consequence
    b. Guilt must be washed away through suffering inflicted by punishment
    c. Retaliation fulfills a religious mission
    d. Punishment resolves social discord created by the offense and re-establishes a sense of harmony through requital.
  5. 10. The "Broken Windows" approach to probation calls for all of the following strategies except:
    a. Make treatment the central element to probation.
    b. Place public safety first.
    c. Emphasize performance-based initiatives.
    d. Collaborate with the community.

5 True/False Questions

  1. c. Harsh9. For deterrence to work, punishment must be all of the following except
    a. A. closely linked to behavior that one wishes to stop
    b. Swift
    c. Harsh
    d. Certain

          

  2. b. These prisons widely adopted freedom of religion into the institution17. Most prisons built during the Reformatory Era had all the following characteristics except
    a. These prisons abandoned the silent system
    b. These prisons widely adopted freedom of religion into the institution
    c. These prison started using indeterminate sentencing and parole
    d. These prisons were based on the Auburn System

          

  3. c. Solitary living conditions9. The punishment of banishment was replaced by all the following except
    a. Imprisonment
    b. Penal servitude
    c. Capital punishment
    d. Transportation

          

  4. ...d. Day fines are still a fairly uncommon practice in the U.S. compared to Australia and England.13. All of the following statements describe day fines except?
    a. Money paid to the criminal justice system based on a graduated punishment system.
    b. The offender's daily earnings determine the specific dollar amount of the fine.
    c. The revenue made by day fines is diverted to victim compensation funds.
    d. Day fines are still a fairly uncommon practice in the U.S. compared to Australia and England.

          

  5. d. Utilitarianism7. The doctrine in which the aim of all action should be the greatest pleasure for the largest number of citizens is called
    a. Deterrence
    b. Penitence
    c. Rehabilitation
    d. Utilitarianism

          

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