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CRJ 104: Ch. 13 Prisons & Jails
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A state or federal confinement facility that has custodial authority over adults sentenced to confinement?
(T/F) Many early punishments were designed to humiliate offenders in public and to allow members of the community an opportunity for vengeance?
(T/F) Historically, the most widely used physical punishment was flogging?
Lex talionis is also known as the law of _________?
The stocks and the pillory are examples of what type of punishment?
An early form of imprisonment whose purpose was to instill habits of industry in the idle?
A form of imprisonment developed by the Pennsylvania Quakers around 1790 as an alternative to corporal punishment?
A form of imprisonment developed in N.Y. state around 1820 that depended on mass prisons, where prisoners were held in congregate (gather into a crowd or mass fashion) and required to remain silent?
The Auburn system of imprisonment became popular during which prison era?
A late 19th century correctional model based on the use of the indetermination sentence and a belief in the possibility of rehabilitation, especially for youthful offenders?
A correctional model intended to capitalize on the labor of convicts sentenced to confinement?
Systems of Inmate labor that was used by the 20th century (6)?
- Public works
A form of inmate labor in which items produced by inmates may be sold by or to only state offices?
Work release is representative of which era in the development of U.S. prisons?
Federal legislation of 1935 that effectively ended the industrial prison era by restricting interstate commerce in prison-made goods?
The term "stir crazy" grew out of the experiences of many inmates during which prison era?
A therapeutic perspective that applies the diagnostic perspective of medical science to the handling of criminal offenders?
(T/F) The Treatment Era implied that the offender was sick and that rehabilitation was only a matter of finding the right treatment. Inmates came to be seen more as "clients" or "patients" than as offenders?
A prison program through which inmates are temporarily released into the community to meet job responsibilities?
An imprisonment strategy that is based on the desire to prevent recurrent crime and that has abandoned all hope of rehabilitation?
The belief, popularized by Robert Martinson in the 1970's, that correctional treatment programs have had little success in rehabilitating offenders?
A contemporary model of imprisonment based on the principle of just deserts?
The size of the correctional population an institution can hold?
The number of inmates a prison can handle according to the judgment of experts?
The number of inmates a prison can effectively accommodate based on management considerations?
The number of inmates a prison was intended to hold when it was built or modified?
A policy that seeks to protect society by incarcerating individuals deemed to be the most dangerous?
A system used by prison administrators to assign custody levels based on offense history, assessed dangerousness, perceived risk of escape and other factors?
Term used by the federal government to denote ultra-high security prison?
ADMAX Administrative Maximum)
A confinement facility administered by an agency of local government intended for adults but sometimes also containing juveniles, which holds people detained pending adjudication or committed after adjudication?
Jails are usually for those sentenced to ____ or less?
Which early prison system was heralded as the one that was humane and provided inmates with the opportunity for rehabilitation?
The Pennsylvania System
Which type of jail is a temporary confinement facility that eliminates many of the traditional barriers between inmates and correctional personnel, and is also called a podular jail, direct supervision jail, and indirect-supervision jail?
A correctional officer is stationed within each pod and is able to observe inmate interaction and can relate to inmates on a personnel level?
Jails that place correctional officers stationed inside a secure room, officers are able to communicate with inmates through microphones and speakers?
Which of the following are jails that are built and run using the combined resources of a variety of local jurisdictions?
A prison that is operated by a private firm on behalf of government?
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