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chapter 6_1 - the crime for which they are locked up. a.)...

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CJUS131F2F-Chapter Six Practice Quiz 1.) Which of the following is considered a detention facility? a.) county jail b.) municipal police lockup c.) state prison d.) both a and b. 2.) A person being held in the county jail who has not yet been to trial is known as a a.) pre-trial detainee b.) civil prisoner c.) political prisoner d.) none of the above 3.) County jails are generally administered by a.) the state department of corrections b.) the county corrections commissioner c.) the county sheriff d.) none of the above 4.) While jails can house sentenced misdemeanants, felons cannot be sentenced to time in the county jail. a.) true b.) false 5.) Roughly half the prisoners in county jails have not been convicted of
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Unformatted text preview: the crime for which they are locked up. a.) true b.) false 6.) The third generation jails have podular cell arrangement and remote supervision of the inmates. a.) true b.) false 7.) Which of the following is a major problem for jail operations a.) lack of funding b.) turnover of personnel c.) diversity of the clientele d.) all of the above 8.) A major component of first generation jails was the use of direct supervision a.) true b.) false 9.) Female inmates comprise about half the inmate population in our nations jails. a.) true b.) false 10.)Rehabilitation and other inmate programs are more prevalent in county jails than in state prisons. a.) true b.) false c.)...
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