The War on Drugs led to an increase in the number of what category of inmates a

The war on drugs led to an increase in the number of

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4.The War on Drugs led to an increase in the number of what category of inmates?a. Mentally ill inmatesb. Serious violent offendersc. Street gang membersd. Elderly inmates5.In addition to the financial rewards, correctional officers may engage in corrupt acts such as drug smuggling because6.Which of the following is a Caucasian STG?7.A shot caller is1
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CHAPTER 8Security Threat Groups and Prison Gangs8.Gang members encourage family members to work in the criminal justice system as a way to gather information.a. Trueb. False9.Correctional officers may engage in corruption to protect themselves and their families from gang violence 10. It is difficult to identify a gang member within a correctional facility.11. STGs have been described as domestic terrorist groups.Chapter 8 Fill in the Blank12. ______________ functions include identifying and classifying gangs and gang members and weakening gang ties.13. Benjamin Davis is the founder and _____________ of The 211 Crew.Chapter 8 Essay14. How do security threat groups pose a danger to correctional officers and why do these officers become involved in correctional officer corruption as a result of this threat?Answer: (Page number: 184)15. What factors do correctional facilities use to determine whether or not an inmate is a gang member?
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