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  1. cross gender supervision
  2. 30 second rule
  3. new boot
  4. CO stress
  5. base of CO power
  6. shift lag
  7. training
  8. participatory management
  9. bid system
  10. burn out
  11. reward power
  12. role conflict
  13. legitimate power
  14. coercive power
  15. administration/management
  16. field training officer
  17. inmate control management
  18. hawthorne effect
  19. expert power
  20. crisis centered management
  21. CO subculture
  22. shift lag symptoms
  23. autocratic/authoritarian management
  24. referent power
  25. CO duty positions
  26. con-wise
  27. shared powers management
  28. bureaucratic model
  29. management styles
  1. a -a reactive rather than proactive management style

    (bad)
  2. b -when inmates dictate management activity
    (i.e. Building tenders)
    -inmates hold control
  3. c 1 impaired performance
    2 irritability
    3 gastrointestinal dysfunction
    4 depression/apathy
    5 sleepiness
    6 sleep disruption during daytime sleep
  4. d -wardens have almost absolute power w/o listening to staff

    -warden had total control over staffing/operating decisions

    -most prisons run this way until recently
  5. e - workers will perform at a higher level when they know someone is interested in them
  6. f advantages
    -feasibility
    -men do not feel violated by female COs
    -females have calming effect

    disadvantages
    -violation of privacy
  7. g -psychological effects of shift work/ impair performance
  8. h -influences how to perceive/manage inmates and anticipate trouble

    1 always help CO in distress
    2 don't bring drugs to inmates
    3 don't rat on other officers
    4 never make CO look bad in front of inmate
    5 support officer sanctions against inmates
  9. i -struggle to balance diff role responsibilites
  10. j -inmate must express what they want in 30 seconds or else may be trying to manipulate CO
  11. k -special abilities/skills
    (i.e. subject specific officer, like recreation officer)
  12. l -FTO (field training officer)
    -officer who trains new officers
  13. m new CO
  14. n -involves employees w/ decision making
    -increases job satisfaction, efficacy w/ working w/ offenders, and staff commitment
  15. o -ability to punish/make inmates do things
    -coercion used as method of control
  16. p -can use rewards to gain inmate compliance
    -can't officially reward inmate but can do unofficial rewards
  17. q 1 legitimate
    2 coercive
    3 reward
    4 expert
    5 referent
  18. r 5 basic functions

    1 planning (avoiding crisis situations)
    2 organizing (movement/feeding inmates)
    3 staffing (need trained staff)
    4 leading
    5 controlling (need to maintain control over staff AND inmates)
  19. s when CO becomes experienced/less naive
  20. t -physical training
    -'how to training'
    -academic training
    -on the job training

    -COs spend most time w/ inmates
  21. u -can result from physical/emotional factors

    1 role conflict
    2 dangerousness of prison
    3 low pay
    4 lack of administrative support
    5 amount/lack of peer support
    6 fam/community support
    7 correctional experience
  22. v -respect
    -gains compliance because prisoners respect/ admire the CO
  23. w -when employee looses interest in job/lethargic
  24. x -have variety of duty posts/jobs
    (i.e. cell block, yard, perimeter, relief, industrial shop, etc)
  25. y -formal authority to take charge over inmates
    -COs job is to enforce rules
  26. z -officer select posts by seniority
  27. aa 1 autocratic/authoritarian management
    2 participatory management
    3 shared powers management
    4 inmate control management
  28. ab -involves employees AND inmates in decision making
    (ie inmate council)

    -some COs think this gives inmates too much power
  29. ac -hierarchal system that emphasizes rules