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Sergeant Training Quiz

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1.  Chow Hall Supervision: Select one correct answer or fill in the blanks for each question. The Food Service Security Sergeant post will be manned for:
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2.  The career service position who supervises the Food Service Security Sergeant is:
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3.  After reviewing Post Order #54 in group or duo discussions, what was determined to be some of the duties / responsibilities of the Food Service Security Sergeant or Officer?
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4.  When a review of DC Procedure 602.037, “Tool and Sensitive Item Control” was completed, you learned one of your responsibilities as Food Service Security Sergeant or Officer is to maintain proper tool and equipment accountability.
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5.  The Food Service Security Sergeant is responsible for the entry and exit of any vehicles/deliveries destined for the food service area. What will be the job duties here?
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6.  What job duties does the Food Service Security Sergeant have regarding counts?
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7.  What job duties does the Food Service Security Sergeant have regarding inmate Food Service workers?
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8.  Compound Supervision is next: Answer the following questions . There isonly one correct answer for each question.Security, Safety, Sanitation, Maintenance, and documentation are allfundamentals of Post Inspection Techniques.
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9.  Supervision is the influencing of people – by providing purpose, direction, andmotivation – while operating to accomplish the mission and improving theorganization.
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10.  People must have guidance in doing their work is a basic principle ofsupervision.
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11.  Post Inspection as a search of various elements within a security post in order toensure non-compliance with Departmental Policies, Rules, Regulations, andMandates.
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12.  People must have guidance in doing their work is a basic principle ofsupervision.
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13.  Post Inspection as a search of various elements within a security post in order toensure non-compliance with Departmental Policies, Rules, Regulations, andMandates.
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14.  Supervision is the art of working with a group of people over whom authority isexercised in such a way as to achieve their greatest combined effectiveness ingetting work done. It is best performed in an atmosphere of goodwill andzestful cooperation on the part of all people involved – including of course, thesupervisor.
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15.  A step in corrective action to be taken when deficiencies are found duringinspections is to always write an incident report.
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16.  It is not necessary to sign and date the Post Order Acknowledgement Sheet(DC6-288) if only assuming a post for three (3) hours.
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17.  To facilitate accomplishment of objectives; uniformly channel information,authority, and responsibility throughout the organizational structure; provide astructural relationship between each employee and the chief executive officer;and limit the number of people who report to the chief executive officer are allpurposes of the Chain of Command.
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18.   Sergeants Inmate Movement. Select one correct answer for each questionDirect Supervision refers to inmate group movement supervision where officers are positioned at various points on the compound to visually monitor the movement.
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19.  Which of the following statements best conveys the purpose of the Internal Inmate Movement Procedure:
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20.  The following are reasons inmates may receive a written pass. Which one would be an exception?
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21.  The Inmate Pass is not required in all circumstances. When is an Inmate Pass not necessary?
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22.  There are several housing levels used to determine the right place for each inmate. How many levels DO WE HAVE?
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23.  When an inmate is issued a pass, there are accountability measures an inmate must use. Which of the following are measures an inmate must do?
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24.  An inmate’s housing factor score will be determined by the “Risk and Needs System Guide”. This guide recommends the bed type (secure cell/special housing status, room, or dorm) assignment.
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25.  The following statements show how the Inmate Pass Process operates. Which of these statements listed below is not true?
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26.  As an escort officer who handles HO4 and 5 inmates in the confinement and close management unit, what requirements must you follow when escorting a HO4 or 5 inmate outside the unit?
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27.  Inmate movement procedures used during limited visibility periods requires an escort by an officer(s) as well as an initial count and recount at all departure and arrival points.
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28.  Entrance and Exit Procedures: Answer the following questions  correct answer. There isonly one correct answer for each question.During formal counts, vehicles will not be held at the gate area until the count isofficially cleared.
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29.  Gate passes will not be used by staff to prevent the inmate from participating inassignments made by the institutional classification team or the stateclassification office by not issuing, rescinding, or withholding a gate pass.
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30.  The DC6-266 will be utilized to document check out/in of each inmate worksquad.
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31.  Daily and/or weekly testing of each walk through metal detector will beconducted in accordance with “Walk Through Metal DetectorTesting/Calibration,”NI1-067.
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32.  The information contained on the DC6-259 will only include: institution, date,time of entrance, legible signature of the visitor, agency name and address,purpose/area of visit, and badge number.
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33.  Any person entering the secure perimeter will be routed through or subjected tosome form of metal detection system.
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34.  The shift supervisor does not need to be notified any time a departmental vehicleenters and again when that vendor departs the secure perimeter, only thecontrol room needs to be notified.
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35.  All controls for pedestrian and vehicle gates will be operated from a securelocation that is not accessible to inmate traffic.
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