5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a. Compensate the victim for loss of injury.
- a. Unification of the Church and State
- d. Job placement
- a. The refusal to provide meals for violating prison rules
- a. They change the way offenders think.
- a 12. Restitution requires the offender to:
a. Compensate the victim for loss of injury.
b. Be incarcerated for his or her crime.
c. Plea bargain for a lesser sentence.
d. Be placed on probation.
- b 20. All of the following are examples of the reintegration model except:
a. Therapeutic communities
b. Cognitive intervention
c. Reality therapy
d. Job placement
- c How does cognitive intervention work?
a. They change the way offenders think.
b. They increase an offender's IQ.
c. They place offenders in school.
d. They help make an offender "school smart."
- d 6. Sir Thomas More refused to accept which of the following statements that resulted in his death?
a. Unification of the Church and State
b. Change ecclesiastical law to suit the marital desires of Henry VIII
c. Corporal punishment prevents crime
d. Social conditions do not cause crime
- e 20. Methods of discipline that have been used in the Auburn system include the following except
a. The refusal to provide meals for violating prison rules
b. Flogging to maintain control over prisoners
c. Solitary confinement for violating prison rules
d. Lockstep formation to maintain control over offenders
5 Multiple choice questions
- 11. The Auburn prison system is characterized by the following concepts except
a. Relatively small cells
b. Enforced idleness
c. Correction in behavior is found through allowing interaction among inmates
d. Used an inside cell-design
- 2. Probation became an official sanction, supported by state statute, in what year?
- 15. Hallmarks to prisons in the 1960's include all the following except
a. Power struggles between gangs and other groups
b. Nature of inmate demands revolve around basic rights in prison
c. Solitary living conditions
d. Crowded living conditions, harsh rules, and poor food
- 15. Findings from the use of electronic monitoring include all of the following except:
a. The longer the period of monitoring, the higher the odds of success.
b. Electronic monitoring terms average almost 1 year.
c. Success rates for electronic monitoring range from 74-86%.
d. Offenders may be charged to lease the electronic monitoring equipment.
- 6. Tourniquet sentencing is:
a. When the probation officer enhances probation requirements after the probation term begins.
b. Specific conditions of probation reserved for drug, using offenders.
c. An increase in supervision and program participation by the court due to non-compliance on the part of the probationer.
d. Specific conditions for probation primarily used on high-risk offenders.
5 True/False questions
c. Moral and religious instruction → 16. The general treatment model has all of the following goals except which listed below?
a. Motivates inmates toward law-abiding behavior
b. Teach religious doctrine
c. Lessens criminal inclinations
d. Lessens criminal behavior
c. Rehabilitation → 9. The punishment of banishment was replaced by all the following except
b. Penal servitude
c. Capital punishment
b. 5% → 11. On average (national) what percentage of expenditures is for treatment services in correctional institutions?
...d. Day fines are still a fairly uncommon practice in the U.S. compared to Australia and England. → 19. Corrections must always ask, "Who are offenders and what are we expected to do with them?" Which of the following statement does not reflect a way that corrections historically answered this question?
a. Offenders are no different than the rest of society
b. Offenders are uneducated and ill-trained to function in modern society
c. Offenders are out of touch with God and must repent
d. Offenders are evil and must be destroyed
c. Harsh → 2. Probation became an official sanction, supported by state statute, in what year?