(Solution document) J05V : Corrections 1.A system of prison discipline that utilized total isolation was known as the:Great Law.English Anglican Code.Quaker...

J05V : Corrections

1.A system of prison discipline that utilized total isolation was known as the:

a.Great Law.

b.English Anglican Code.

c.Quaker Code.

d.Pennsylvania System.

2.Returning to criminal behavior after being released from prison is known as:



c.double jeopardy.


3.Mitigation of punishment with no further action if the offender abstains from further criminal activity is called:

a.right of sanctuary.

b.benefit of clergy.

c.suspended sentencing.


4.Which of the following is NOT a "rule" of prisonization and the prison society?

"Don't start feuds."

"Always share with your cellmates."

"Don't trust the prison guards."

"Trust your fellow inmates."

5.During what decade were the precepts and designs of new-generation jails first introduced and adopted?





6.Who was the first director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons?

Herbert Hoover

J. Edgar Hoover

Sanford Bates

Harry Truman

7.Which of the following statements most accurately reflects parole board membership in the United States?

Parole boards always have 5 to 8 members.

States that have abolished parole release will operate parole boards into the future to hear cases that were sentenced under previous sentencing laws.

Parole boards are appointed by the vice president of the United States.

Parole boards are always comprised of members of a correctional staff.

8.The first U.S. Supreme Court case dealing with prison medical treatment is the 1976 case of:

Johnson v. Avery.

Estelle v. Gamble.

Ex Parte Hull.

Cooper v. Pate.

9.Which of the following profiles describes the "typical" female prisoner?

White, Hispanic, 35-39, unemployed, married, with a high school diploma

White, non-Hispanic, 25-29, employed, married, with some high school education

Black, non-Hispanic, 35-39, unemployed, never married, with some high school education

Black, Hispanic, 25-29, employed, married, with a high school diplom

10.Probation officers are generally underprepared or undertrained to work with __________ because of the complexity, expense, and time that is required.

developmentally challenged offenders

sex offenders

geriatric parolees

infectious disease offenders


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