Which of the following is the most inexpensive correctional option? A . Boot camp B. Incarceration C. Community service D. Intensive parole supervision Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 6 The control of offenders in a community under strict conditions, by means of frequent reporting to a probation officer whose caseload is generally
. limited to 30 offenders is called a(n): A . informal probation. B. unsupervised probation. C. intensive supervision probation. D. court probation. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 7 . Intensive supervision probation (ISP) involves: A . strict enforcement of conditions. B. random drug and alcohol testing. C. frequent contact between an offender and his/her probation officer. D. all of these. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
8 . The primary purpose of intensive supervision probation (ISP) is to: A . manage overcrowded jails and prisons. B. care for the destabilized families of prisoners. C. deter an offender from breaking the law or violating the conditions of release. D. improve offender rehabilitation by increasing probation and parole caseloads. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 9 . The primary purpose of intensive supervision probation is: A . to maintain high rearrest rates. B. to increase parole caseloads to 100 or more. C. to protect the community. D. to decrease surveillance of activities of offenders. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
1 0 . Which of the following statements is true of drug-addicted offenders who enter deferred prosecution programs? A . They are always required to plead guilty to the charges against them. B . They are diverted into the drug court system before being convicted. C. They are prosecuted, irrespective of whether they complete the program or not. D. Their offenses are expunged from their records the moment they enroll for the programs. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 1 . Which of the following statements is true of drug courts? A . The aims of drug courts are much more punitive than the aims of other types of courts. B. Drug courts are less cost-effective compared to probation and/or incarceration. C. The aims of drug courts are nonadversarial and more healing and restorative in nature than the aims of other ty D. Drug courts award punishments that are more severe than punishments awarded during incarceration. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
1 2 . Evidence-based studies that examined the effectiveness of drug courts show that: A . drug courts can reduce recidivism by an average of 8 to 14 percent. B. drug courts are less cost-effective than probation owing to increased victimization costs. C. drug courts award punishments that are more severe than incarceration. D. drug courts have significantly increased the rate of rearrests among drug offenders. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation 1 3 . Which of the following is a key component of drug courts? A . Ongoing schedules of judicial status hearings B. Daily health checkups by physicians C. Monthly drug testing D. Rare but strict monitoring and evaluation measures
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