CJUS 300 Quiz 3

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  1. An act of nonfeasance is described as:
  2. Which of the following label of inmate develops inappropriate relationships with staff, per Worley?
  3. As a jail leader, the sheriff:
  4. According to Worley, offenders identified as developing inappropriate relationships with staff members are called:
  5. In an attempt to achieve racial balance, half of all maximum security wardens now have a policy:
  6. In about what year did the focus of prison studies change from administrator to prison inmates?
  7. In their examination of prison victimizations, Wolff and Shi found that _____ of inmates reported they had been physically assaulted, and ____ reported having been sexually assaulted.
  8. Inmates who are ______ have a higher risk of sexual victimization in prison.
  9. Which of the following is not true concerning electronic monitoring (EM)?
  10. Criteria most often used for inmate classification include such things as:
  11. Which of the following is not a reason why more people are going to prison and staying there longer?
  12. Housing needs of inmates can involve the grouping of inmates into three broad categories:
  13. How an individual views a controversial issue depends on their _________, character, and values.
  14. The __________ are corrupt officers who exploit citizens for financial gain.
  15. To help deal with noble cause behaviors, administrators and middle managers must:
  16. The Ethics Reform Act of 1989 regulates:
  17. The term “ethics” is rooted in the ancient ______ idea of character.
  18. All but which of the following are examples of confidential employees in the courts?
  19. Which of the following could be problematic as a form of “moonlighting” for off‐duty police employees?
  20. Instances for which police officers may be disciplined for improper sexual conduct generally involve:
  21. Which of the following is not a justification for having residency requirements for criminal justice employees?
  22. The hiring of minority employees to meet state hiring goals and then attempting to terminate them as quickly and as often as possible violates the:
  23. Examples of hostile work environment actions do not include which of the following?
  24. This legislation may be used by an employee to sue an employer for civil rights violations based on the deprivation of constitutional rights.
  25. Which of the following levels of government is exempted from the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act?
  26. Which of the following would be a duty of the sheriff as the jail manager?
  27. In about what year did the focus of prison studies change from administrator to prison inmates?
  28. Synthetic correctional officers are:
  29. Which of the following is true concerning jail employment?
  30. DiIulio concluded that:
  31. As a jail leader, the sheriff:
  32. allows the judge to recall an offender from prison and place that offender on probation.
  33. Several studies, including those by the RAND Corporation and the National Institute of Justice, have concluded that states with three‐strikes laws:
  34. Three‐strikes laws are:
  35. To be effective, an alternative to incarceration must:
  36. Custody assignments of inmates determine:
  37. Corrections staff must make decisions about at least two issues:
  38. All but which of the following are areas in which police can easily get into ethical difficulty?
  39. Miller v. Pate was an example of misconduct by:
  40. Since 1975, about ____ articles have been published about judges and judicial ethics.
  41. Withrow and Dailey propose a “Model of Circumstantial Corruptibility,” stating that the exchange of a gift is influenced by two elements:
  42. How an individual views a controversial issue depends on their _________, character, and values.
  43. The __________ are corrupt officers who exploit citizens for financial gain.
  44. Which of the following is not an element set forth by the Supreme Court as part of a due process claim under Section 1983?
  45. Instances for which police officers may be disciplined for improper sexual conduct generally involve:
  46. Treating people differently because of their age, gender, sex, or other protected status is:
  47. Which of the following prohibits religious discrimination in employment?
  48. Which of the following levels of government is exempted from the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act?
  49. Which of the following is not a justification for having residency requirements for criminal justice employees?
  50. Examples of hostile work environment actions do not include which of the following?
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