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Answer Key: C Question 18 of 31 2.0/ 2.0 Points Internal classification is used to determine a prisoners custody classification and facility assignment True False Answer Key: False Question 19 of 31 2.0/ 2.0 Points All states test offenders for HIV upon release True False Answer Key: False Question 20 of 31 2.0/ 2.0 Points An inmate is considered elderly when they are over the age of 30 True False Answer Key: False Question 21 of 31 2.0/ 2.0 Points The number of inmates that can be accommodated based on a facilities staff, existing programs, and services is known as operational capacity.
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True False Answer Key: True Question 22 of 31 2.0/ 2.0 Points A college degree is required to be a correctional officer True False Answer Key: False Part 3 of 4 - 5 point questions 37.0/ 40.0 Points Question 23 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points What were the key problems with private prisons noted in the ACLU (2011) position statement? One of the problems was a huge overturn rate, another was legal ethics. The legal ethics of this was because they were concerned if it was legally alright to make a profit off of inmates. This was also an ideology problem because things should be run by the state, not privately. Question 24 of 31 2.0/ 5.0 Points In officer subculture, what is the 30 second rule? the 30 second rule is where the other officers let one handle it by themselves for 30 seconds and then if they are still struggling with the situation, other correctional officers will come help at that time. Question 25 of 31 5.0/ 5.0 Points List and describe 5 duty posts that correctional officers have in a prison 1. Yard officer - this in charge of watching the inmates in the yard 2. Work/ programing officer- this would be in charge of supervising programs and helping the inmates work through the programs 3. Administrative building - this would be more in the front office, helping the administration.
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