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4. Relief officer - when other officers need help in a certain area, or are going on break, or someone Is sick (wherever they are needed)
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5. Cell- housing unit officer- managing and securing cells Question 26 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points What are the 4 main types of elderly offenders? 1. First time offender 2. Chronic offender- never been in prison before, but has been in the criminal justice system before 3. Prison recidivist- cycled in and out prison their whole life 4. grow old - those serving long term sentences Question 27 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points Describe the three major shifts in punishment 1. body-mind ( from physically hurting, to locking away) 2. public- private ( scaffold- cells) 3. individual- state ( now the state sets the sentences and takes care of punishment. Question 28 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points Compare technical rational theory to institutional theory technical rational theory is the more business approach, they make goals and if they are not obtained they are shut down, or punished. These are measurable goals. Institutional theory- these are just stated goals, and nothing really will happen if they do not meet the goals. Question 29 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points What three things do we have to change in order for rehabilitation to be successful? 1. Change in the behavior 2. Change in motivation 3. Change in social cues making that okay Question 30 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points Define punishment and apply the philosophy to modern day prison. punishment- is defined as retribution, deterrence and incapacitation. these parts of punishment in modern day prison are suppose to make it so other people do not want to go to prison, and that
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the individual themselves does not want to go back to prison. This deterrence is created by incarcerating people. I don't think this philosophy really works in modern day because crime rates are still high and people usually end up back in prison. Part 4 of 4 - 2.0/ 2.0 Points
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