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The largest percentage of state prison inmates are between what ages? A) 18-24 B) 25-34 C) 35-44 D) 55 or older For which of the following offenses is the largest percentage of state prison inmates incarcerated? A) violent offenses B) property offenses C) drug offenses D) public order offenses Which of the following is NOT a principal difference between state and federal prison inmates? A) federal inmates are generally older than state inmates B) federal inmates generally possess a higher level of education than state inmates C) federal inmates are less likely to be serving time for drug offenses than state inmates D) all of the above are principal differences Where is the supermaximum-security prison for terrorists located? A) California B) Florida C) Colorado D) Cuba What is the security level of the largest percentage of state prisons for adult males in the U.S.? A) Minimum B) Medium C) Maximum D) Supermax Which of the following types of supervision is used in first-generation jails? A) direct supervision B) indirect supervision or remote surveillance
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Unformatted text preview: C) intermittent surveillance D) constant surveillance Which of the following types of supervision is used in second-generation jails? A) direct supervision B) indirect supervision or remote surveillance C) intermittent surveillance D) constant surveillance Which of the following types of supervision is used in third-generation jails? A) direct supervision B) indirect supervision or remote surveillance C) intermittent surveillance D) constant surveillance Which of the following was NOT a function of confinement before the 1600s? A) to detain people before trial B) to hold prisoners awaiting other sanctions such as death and corporal punishment C) to force payment of debts and fines D) to punish criminal offenders Who argued that the punishment should "fit" the crime? A) Cesare Beccaria B) John Howard C) Jeremy Bentham D) William Blackstone (known for his Commentaries on the Law...
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