Test Bank For American Corrections in Brief 3rd Edition by Todd R. Clear

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Test Bank For American Corrections in Brief 3rd Edition by Todd R. Clear

  1. Jail practices in the United States descend directly from feudal practices of twelfth-century Ireland.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. In the United States today, most jail inmates are young Caucasian males.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. The federal government currently does not operate any jails in its system.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Jail populations have been in decline for the last few years.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Jails are the entryway to corrections.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

6.One of the most startling facts about U.S. jails is that more than half of their occupants are awaiting trial.

  1. True
  2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.02Describe who is in jail and why they are there.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. For the most part, U.S. correctional leaders agree that jails do quite a lot for inmates who have mental, emotional, or alcohol-related problems.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: Pretrial Detention

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.04List the main issues facing jails today.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. It is estimated that roughly two-thirds of all jail inmates have a history of mental problems.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: Pretrial Detention

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.04List the main issues facing jails today.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. According to many scholars, a great percentage of defendants are considered indigent and cannot afford to post bail.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Bail Problem and Alternatives

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.05Outline the problem of bail and list the main alternatives to bail.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Most inmates who are released pending trial receive more lenient sentences than those who are not.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Bail Problem and Alternatives

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.05Outline the problem of bail and list the main alternatives to bail.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

11.Defendants who are regarded as dangerous or likely to commit crimes while awaiting trial are kept in jail for society’s protection under preventive detention.

  1. True
  2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Bail Problem and Alternatives

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.05Outline the problem of bail and list the main alternatives to bail.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. According to federal and state laws, jail employees can never be held liable for their actions.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: Issues in Jail Management

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Jail sentences are more for misdemeanants than they are for felons.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Sentenced Jail Inmate

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Local jail officers are some of the best trained, educated, and paid employees in the entire U.S. correctional system.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: Issues in Jail Management

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. By definition, jail terms are longer than prison terms.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: False

REFERENCES: The Sentenced Jail Inmate

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

16.Crowding produces problems for jail management.

  1. True
  2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: Issues in Jail Management

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Jails often lack the funds to meet the standards for treating inmates.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: Issues in Jail Management

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.06Outline the problems of jail administration.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. There is a growing emphasis on strengthening alternatives to jail.
    1. True
    2. False

ANSWER: True

REFERENCES: The Future of the Jail

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.08Critically assess the future of the jail.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. The idea behind the American jail system was adopted from which country?
    1. England
    2. France
    3. Ireland
    4. Spain

ANSWER: a

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

20.One of the most troubling trends in the U.S. jail system that has occurred over the past two decades is the increasing incarceration rate for________.

  1. young white males
  2. young African American males
  3. young Hispanic males
  4. young Asian males

ANSWER: b

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. Operated as facilities to detain accused people awaiting trial, jails have customarily been run by ________.
    1. state police
    2. county sheriffs
    3. state probation departments
    4. state parole departments

ANSWER: b

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

  1. The ________ system is a system in which jail operations are funded by a set amount paid per day for each inmate held.
    1. pay
    2. lease
    3. fee
    4. provider

ANSWER: c

REFERENCES: The Contemporary Jail: Entrance to the System

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  ACIB.CLEA.17.03.01Describe the history of the jail and its current function in the criminal justice system.

KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

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