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CRM105 "Criminal Justice Today" Ch. 13
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The stocks and the pillory are examples of what type of punishment?
Lex talionis is also known as the law of:
Which early prison system was heralded as the one that was humane and provided inmates with the opportunity for rehabilitation?
the Pennsylvania system
Work release is representative of which era in the development of U.S. prisons?
community based era
Which of the following is a characteristic of jails?
hold suspects following arrest and pending trial
Which of the following are jails that are built and run using the combined resources of a variety of local jurisdictions?
A private prison:
is operated by a private firm on behalf of government
How many security levels has the BOP classified in the federal prison system?
The term "stir crazy" grew out of the experiences of many inmates during which prison era?
ADMAX or administrative maximum is the term used by the federal government to denote:
The first system under which inmates lived, ate, and worked together in enforced silence. was located in:
Which of the follow system is a system of inmate labor that was in use by the early twentieth century?
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?
Which of the following is an imprisonment strategy that is based on the desire to prevent recurrent crime and that has abandoned all hope of rehabilitation?
The California Department of Corrections had an unwritten policy of racially segregating prisoners in order to prevent racial violence. In 2005 the U.S. Supreme Court case Johnson v. California reviewed that policy and held that it:
The Auburn system of imprisonment became popular during which prison era?
Who is most noted as the originator of what we know as today's early release program?
Captain Alexander Moconohie
According to the text, the largest growing population of jail inmates is:
A policy that seeks to protect society by incarcerating individuals deemed to be the most dangerous is called:
The movement toward the wider use of private prisons is known as:
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