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True False True / False Question 63. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Morrissey v. Brewer that if parole is to be revoked, the parolee has the right to preliminary and final hearings to determine if indeed a violation occurred that should result in parole or probation being revoked. True False True / False Question 64. Approximately 1,500 inmates are released from prison each day. True False True / False Question 65. The majority of prisoners are released conditionally to the community. True False True / False Question 66. Since 2000 the size of the parole population has grown each year. True False True / False Question 67. The basic demographics of the parole population in 2008 have not changed considerably since 2000. True False True / False Question 68. Most parolees are under supervision for a drug offense. True False Page 7 of 13
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True / False Question 69. The most recent federal data show that 62.5 percent of parolees are rearrested within three years. True False True / False Question 70. Today more parolees received mandatory parole release than discretionary parole release. True False True / False Question 71. Prisoners spend less time in prison today than they did two decades ago. True False True / False Question 72. Socialization is theprocess whereby inmates take on the norms and values of the prison environment and lose the ability to successfully reintegrate into society after prison. True False True / False Question 73. By the end of 2000, 16 states and the federal government abolished mandatory parole release for all offenders. True False True / False Question 74. The evidence-based literature has shown that the term of incarceration loses its deterrent effect after a period of time, so continued incarceration is costly with few tangible benefits. True False True / False Question 75. In jurisdictions with mandatory parole release, the parole board determines when an incarcerated inmate will be released. True False True / False Question 76. In jurisdictions with discretionary parole release, the parole board determines when an incarcerated inmate will be released. True False True / False Question 77. Parole board decision-making relies primarily on two factors, criminal history and institutional behavior. True False True / False Question 78. The risk assessment instrument used by the United States Parole Commission is the Prisoner Factor Score. True False True / False Question 79. The Salient Factor Score is a risk assessment instrument to estimate an offender's prison sentence and likelihood of success or failure on parole following his/her release from prison. True False True / False Question 80. The Salient Factor Score is a series of ten static factors based on an objective scale through evidence-based research.
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