Question 1 (22) In recent years there has been a dramatic growth in what type of studies? a. vision effectiveness b. leadership effectiveness c. prison effectiveness d. program effectiveness Question 2 ?The Iron Law of Prison Populations? refers to the size of a prison population determined by the number of people who are sent to prison and ___________. a. their length of stay b. their classification c. their age d. their gender Question 3 The length of an inmate?s prison stay has nearly tripled over the last 30 years. True False Question 4 The most stringent correctional methods are applied __________ in practice. a. fairly b. sparingly c. liberally d. disproportionately Question 5 A constitutional and traditional bulwark of our government is: a. harsh punishment. b. disproportionality. c. the separation of powers. d. interagency cooperation. Question 6 The most experienced correctional workers have seen highly praised programs: a. fail to be implemented. b. come and go. c. achieve great ends. d. gain widespread support. Question 7 Jails, prisons, probation and parole all struggle to work effectively together. True False Question 8 There are two goals with corrections staff?attracting the right people to work in corrections and motivating them to remain once employed. True False Question 9 If the correctional mission is unclear, the best correctional strategies and techniques often: a. do not seem to work. b. have a high rate of success. c. work effectively. d. enjoy wide public support. Question 10 A potential threat to administrators? ability to manage the correctional system is: a. personnel. b. a schizophrenic public. c. media coverage d. privatization. Question 11 Corrections lacks a clear: a. method. b. approach. c. structure. d. mission. Question 12 If we could do it all again we would likely have envisioned the system we have today. True False Question 13 The short-term history of corrections seems dominated by fads. True False Question 14 The history of corrections has taught us that we often __________ the people we try to help. a. injure b. reach c. neglect d. cure Question 15 Replacing decrepit facilities is cost effective. True False Question 16 Most correctional employees receive equal pay raises regardless of performance. True False Question 17 A structural problem with corrections is that the system depends on significant factors: a. that conflict with one another. b. outside of its control. c. that cannot be administered fairly. d. outside budget capabilities. Question 18 Corrections has a clear mission in the process of handling offenders and the overall goal of their individual agencies. True False Question 19 A recent trend that aims to improve agency coordination is: a. mission clarity. b. partnerships. c. method clarity. d. restructuring. Question 20 The number of people under correctional control currently totals over: a. 2 million. b. 7 million. c. 9 million. d. 4 million. Question 21 Corrections? main resource is: a. law. b. personnel. c. power. d. money. Question 22 The term __________refers to the use of technology to monitor those on community corrections. a. techno-prison b. techno-warden c. techno-corrections d. techno-jails Question 23 A new force for steady correctional growth and development that is likely to outstrip professional association and government agencies is: a. professors of criminal justice. b. you. c. comprehensive research. d. television. Question 24 In the 1960s, most people agreed that the primary mission of corrections was: a. rehabilitation. b. retribution. c. incapacitation. d. deterrence. Question 25 One example of techno-corrections is: a. work-release centers b. electronic monitoring c. probation officer d. guard tower controls
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