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1. The Fourth Amendment establishes the right of people to be secure in their persons, homes,
papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. Given the varying case law
regarding search and seizure, do you think that the general public un
1. After reading the information about prison gangs above, do you think that if you are employed
in law enforcement in California that you will have contact with prison gang members? Do you
think the above information will help you understand prison gangs
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in 1931, recognized prohibition as unenforceable as well as a catalyst to police corruption?
1. After a crime has occurred, an investigator spends a great deal of time questioning those
involved. The terms used to describe the questioning process are _ and
interrogation; interviewing . CORRECT
2. The questioning process that applies to a suspe
1: There are five independent viewpoints on the impact of peer relations. Which of the
following is not one of these views?
b. Peer Selection
d. None of the above
2: Small groups of friends who share intimate knowledge and activ
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1. Under the Hebrew legal system, the law was tied closely with religion, but under the early Chinese
system that existed until the twentieth century:
: The view that women who commit crime have biological and psychological traits
similar to those of men is called the _.
a. Masculinity hypothesis
b. Femininity hypothesis
c. Biosocial theory
d. Gender hypothesis
2: Social reaction theory is also commonly
1: Which of the following terms is defined as the principle of fairness or the ideal of moral equity?
C) due process
2: An offender who has served a specified portion of a prison sentence may be freed on:
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1: The Walnut Street Jail embodied all the following concepts except
those wrongfully imprisoned have the right to recove
Should juvenile offenders be treated similarly to adult offenders? Why?
Well its a tossup and it depends on the severity of the crime. When a teenager accused of a
serious crime gets tried as an adult, the results are anything but predictable. A 14-year-o
Why are so many prisoners members of minority groups? Why have prison populations increased recently?
prisoners are members of minority groups because of race gender and gangs you cant put blacks with latinos or whites with blacks you go to jail you have
My overall impression is that being a correctional officer at San Quentin back in 1973 was a
difficult and demanding position to have. With the concept of compensation in mind I would
have to say that is probably one job I would not have pursued. When you
I would expect classification to be a very complex situation, since there are many factors to
consider when establishing adequate protection for the correction staff and the other inmates.
The increase in violence and gang activity in the correctional sys
1. Considering the wages that are being offered to correctional staff in California and the
shortage of correctional peace officers, would you be interested in employment as a correctional
Yes, I would be interested in employment as a correc
The safety and security of visitors, staff and offenders are the most important concerns in any
correctional facility. Having trained staff and havinganeffectiveemergencyplanwiththe
Why are so many prisoners members of minority groups? Why have prison populations
increased recently? Why are so many prisoners members of minority groups?
Well for one to stick with their own race Racial Minority Groups: Blacks, American Indian,
Authority as a judge, what changes would you make do you think the courts should leave prisons
alone and let conditions develop as they may? Why or why not? After looking at the you tube
video on the California Department of Corrections Officers Academy a
Discuss the role that race plays for the jury selection process.
Back in 1986, the Supreme Court in Batson vs. Kentucky prohibited lawyers from using race in
their peremptory challenges. The court's decision in that case was nice as a matter of theory, bu
What does ETHNOCENTRISM mean
Belief in the superiority of one's own ethnic group and making false assumptions about others
ways based on own limited experience the problem in the us with ethnocentrism is thinking one's
own group's ways are superior to oth