This quiz is meant to refresh your knowledge of the corrections profession in general.
All of the above
OIC on inmates
Staff on Staff
Staff on OIC
By medical staff on inmates
To make them pay for violating institutional rules and regulations.
To give the inmate a C.C. (Corrective Consultation)
To eliminate future violations.
So they can't use the phone.
Twice a day.
Three times per shift.
Doesn't have to.
Once per shift.
An inmate may be placed on Management meal if he/she chooses for as long as they want.
Management meals are outdated and no longer used in confinement.
Only the Shift Supervisor can place an inmate on Management meal for disciplinary reasons and for 3 days.
An inmate can be placed on management meal for throwing, or otherwise misusing food items so as to create an unsafe or unsanitary environment. 7 days.
Shift Supervisor only.
Shift Supervisor and Chief of Security.
Medical and the Shift Supervisor.
Medical and the Warden.
CM, OC, CN
OC, CS, CN
Unauthorized entrance/exit of a vehicle by an inmate, escape, defend self or others from immanent threat of harm, quell a riot.
You see an unarmed inmate attempting to climb the inner fence.
You observe an unauthorized vehicle driving very slowly along the perimeter road.
Someone from a nearby wooded area fires a round nearly hitting you.
Both A and B
He/she is referred to the Shift Supervisor.
He/she is referred to the chaplain.
You pray with the inmate.
Call the control Room
Use maximum force then call for assistance.
Order the other inmates to separate the ones fighting.
Give a verbal command to cease, call for backup, use minimum force.
Lock yourself in the officer's station.
Proper radio etiquette.
Observation and awareness.
Good interpersonal skills.
Have a good rapport with the inmates.
You suspect the inmates is or has used drugs.
You can test an inmate randomly.
You are ordered to test an inmate for drugs by your Shift Supervisor.
All of the above.
Formal and Informal.
Sundown count and Morning turnout.
Midnight count, Formal count and Master Roster.
Informal, Formal, Emergency, Master Roster.
Anything that is purchased at the canteen.
Anything not authorized to be brought in or sent in, not bought in the canteen, not in its original form or used for original purpose, or given to another who didn’t buy/receive it.
A magazine left in the day room.
Anything that is authorized to be brought in or sent in, bought in the canteen, in its original form or used for original purpose.
When escorting an inmate during daylight hours.
If an inmate needs medical care.
If the inmate is pregnant and needs to be taken to medical.
At the discretion of the Officer.
Run for help, Evacuate the dormitory, count the inmates.
Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep.
Locate, Isolate, Evacuate, Resolve, Deactivate.
Notify the Control Room, Notify the Shift Supervisor, Notify the Chaplain.
Amber, Yellow and Green
Green, Blue, Amber
Red, Green and Blue.
Amber, Yellow and Blue.
In a Locked room, inside the compound.
In a locked room, outside the compound.
In a DOC approved service vehicle.
On a Locked Trailer pulled by a golf cart stored on the compound.
Restricted, Used and Emergency.
Master, copied, and backup.
Emergency, Active, and Restricted.
Emergency, Master and Restricted.
2 hours straight, or 4 cumulative hours
4 hours straight, or 6 cumulative hours.
6 hours straight, or 8 cumulative hours.
Corporal punishment can be authorized by the warden only.
Corporal punishment shall be administered by the Shift Supervisor once authorized by the warden.
Corporal punishment is not permitted under any circumstance.
Corporal punishment Shall be administered in 30 minute increments until the inmate complies with all orders given.
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