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  1. Identify the two steps in identifying content
  2. Identify the four steps in listening
  3. Identify the two choices a correctional officer has when dealing with minor incidents of misbehavior or minor infractions of the facility rules
  4. List in order the major components of the criminal justice system.
  5. Identify the five requirements of a well-written report
  6. Define the term "bribery".
  7. Define the term "Identifying Feeling"
  8. Define the term "Identifying Meaning"
  9. Identify the seven guidelines a corrections officer should follow if taken hostage
  10. Identify the fire suppressant necessary for a class "C" fire.
  11. State the objective of a "Master Riot Plan"
  12. Define the term "emergency"
  13. Explain the relationship between a Student Performance Objective and a test question.
  14. Identify the five reasons for which a prisoner may be placed in administrative segregation
  15. Define the term "Reinforcing Behavior"
  16. Define the term "Posturing"
  17. Identify the two steps in identifying feeling
  18. Identify the legal standards in which use of force is evaluated in a correctional setting.
  19. Identify the six requirements for classification of inmates
  20. Describe the five guidelines a correctional officer should use when communicating informal discipline to an inmate
  21. Identify the three applications skills used in managing behavior
  22. List the duties of the first responder to a sexual assault incident.
  23. Identify the seven important factors of security in a correctional facility.
  24. Explain the U.S.S.C. ruling that defines the standard of deliberate indifference, according to Farmer vs. Brennan (1994).
  25. Identify the three main objectives of security in a correctional facility
  26. Explain the five reasons for conducting cell and living area searches
  27. Identify steps an officer can take to prevent riots, disorders and escapes
  28. Describe the two types of sexual harassment & an example of each.
  29. State the four factors which most likely contribute to unethical behavior.
  30. Identify the two steps in handling requests
  31. Identify the most important aspect of security in a correctional facility
  32. State the nine ethical responsibilities of Correctional Officers
  33. Identify the four types of bonds by which an inmate may be released from a facility
  34. Identify the three reasons for giving an inmate an explanation for an officer's response
  35. Identify the two types of responses to a hostage situation
  36. Identify when, at a minimum, a prisoner should be searched
  37. Identify the five reasons for photographing inmates when they are booked into a correctional facility
  38. Identify the three components of good posturing
  39. Identify the two steps in making requests
  40. Define the term "administrative segregation".
  41. Identify the four elements of observing
  42. Identify primary and immediate actions that should be taken by the corrections officer in response to an emergency
  43. Identify, sequentially, the 12 basic steps for booking a prisoner into a facility
  44. Identify the primary symptom of the "Stockholm Syndrome"
  45. Identify the seven important factors of security in a correctional facility
  46. List the basic legal issues that the court will consider when determining whether sexual harassment is present in the workplace.
  47. Explain the primary sources of inmate rights.
  48. State the six responsibilities of the first responder to a hazardous materials situations.
  49. Define the term "non-feasance".
  50. Identify the two parts of reinforcing behavior
  51. Define the term "Report"
  52. Define the term "ethics".
  53. Identify the three purposes of the IPC training module
  54. Identify ways staff can become aware that an alleged sexual assault has occurred.
  55. Describe the four basic rules for making cell and living area searches
  56. Define the term "preventive patrol"
  57. State the four categories of hazardous materials.
  58. Identify the two major elements of positioning
  59. Define the term "indictment".
  60. Explain the general parts of a civil lawsuit in a correctional setting.
  61. Identify the four types of hostage takers
  62. Identify the five on the job precautionary techniques for arson fires in a jail
  63. Identify characteristics of potential sexual assault perpetrators.
  64. Identify the three major parts of positioning
  65. Identify the six goals of classification
  66. Identify the four clues that can be used to identify inferences
  67. Name the four categories of disaster
  68. Define the term "Identifying Content"
  69. Identify the six reasons why a well-written report is important
  70. Identify the three types of visual clues used during the first part of observing
  71. List the basic requirements for body cavity searches
  72. Identify the two steps in asking questions
  73. Identify the four "Sizing Up" skills
  74. List five reasons for corrections training.
  75. Explain what qualities as deliberate indifference to medical needs according to Estelle vs Gamble (1976).
  76. Identify the purpose of any "Code of Ethics".
  77. Define the term "strip search"
  78. Identify the three types of counts which can be taken in a correctional facility
  79. State the nine responsibilities of Correction Officers.
  80. Explain the primary sources of inmate rights
  81. Identify the three objectives of fingerprinting
  82. Identify the three items that may be used to determine intensity
  83. State two types of riots
  84. Define the term "probable cause".
  85. Identify the seven sources of authority by which a prisoner may be committed to a facility
  86. Identify the three basic steps in asking questions
  87. Define the term bail.
  88. Identify the three basic components of the IPC Model
  89. Identify characteristics of potential male sexual assault victims.
  90. Identify the basic rules for conducting body searches
  91. Identify the six articles that must be provided to an inmate who is being incarcerated for more than eight hours
  92. Explain the general parts of a civil lawsuit in a correctional setting
  93. Define the term "malfeasance".
  94. Define the term "frisk search"
  95. Identify the two add-on skills used in IPC
  96. Identify inmate behavior that is a predictor of riots and disturbances
  97. Define the term "sexual harassment".
  98. Identify the five classes of jails in Ohio.
  99. Identify the three materials in correctional facilities that are commonly used as fuel materials by inmates in arson fires
  100. Identify the two security indicators in a detention facility that could indicate the possibility of arson being planned in the facility
  101. Identify the seven steps for a systematic cell search
  102. Identify the fire suppressant necessary for a class "A" fire.
  103. Identify the four causes of accidental fires in correctional facilities that require constant monitoring
  104. State the seven safety precautions an officer should observe when handling a hazardous material situation
  105. Identify the characteristics of potential sexual assault perpetrators
  1. a -The nonperformance of some act which the person is obligated or has responsibility to perform.
  2. b -Correction officials must know of a substantial risk of serious harm to include prisoner's health & safety.
  3. c -Admit the escorting officer & the prisoner according to department policy
    -Check physical condition of the prisoner
    -Determine proper authority by which a prisoner is to be held
    -The arresting or committing officer shall be properly identified
    -Every inmate shall be properly identified & searched in order to prevent contraband from coming into the facility
    -Remove & inventory all property taken from the prisoner
    -Receipt all valuables & cash taken from the inmate & properly secure them
    -Fill out the facility booking record completely and properly
    -Add the prisoner into the facility head count
    -Photograph the prisoner according to department procedure
    -Fingerprint the prisoner according to department procedure
    -Allow prisoner to make necessary phone calls
  4. d -Mattresses and bedding
    -Clothing
    -Paper products
  5. e -Responding to inmates
    -Asking questions
  6. f -The officer is visible to the inmates
  7. g -Anger
    -Lust
    -Greed
    -Peer pressure
  8. h -check things out
    -taking action
  9. i -Classification
    -Inspections
    -Key & tool control
    -Counts
    -Emergency plans & training
    -Control of medication & medical supplies
    -Firearm usage
  10. j -Approach cautiously from upwind
    -Secure the scene
    -Identify any labels on containers if possible
    -Evaluate all available information
    -Consult emergency response guide book
    -Assess the situation
    -Obtain help from proper authorities
  11. k -Open and close the door while inside
    -Check the lock
    -Check the bars
    -Check the sink
    -Check the pillows
    -Check the mattress
    -Check the bedding
  12. l -Separate the victim and the accused
    -Preserve and protect any crime scene until appropriate steps can be taken to collect any evidence
    -Have the victim and abuser not take any actions that could destroy evidence
  13. m -A formal written presentation of the facts
  14. n -The prisoner presents a chronic inability to adjust in general population
    -The prisoner poses a major threat to himself, others, or the security of the facility
    -The prisoner presents a valid need for protection as determined by the facility administrator
    -The prisoner has a communicable disease
    -The jail administrator has determined that such segregation is necessary & is in the best interest of the prisoner, staff, or facility
  15. o A thorough search or "pat down" of a prisoner's clothes and head cavities while the prisoner is still clothed
  16. p -Own recognizance bond
    -Cash bond
    -10% bond
    -Surety bond
  17. q -Be thorough and careful
    -Be systematic
    -Take your time and concentrate
    -Be objective
  18. r The inspection of a naked individual without scrutinizing the subject's body cavities
  19. s -Plaintiff: part that brings a civil lawsuit
    -Defendant: the person being sued
    -Tort: civil wrong for which a remedy may be attained
  20. t -The act of confining a prisoner to an individual housing cell or designated housing unit, physically separate from the general population for specific reasons, other than as a penalty, thereby prohibiting physical contact between this prisoner & the general population.
  21. u -Separating of inmates along racial lines
    -Unusually high requests of transfers
    -Excessive purchases of food items from commissary
    -Increase in number of inmates being isolated/lockdown or placed in protective custody
    -Increase threats, confrontations & attempts of intimidation by inmates toward staff
    -Normal activity of inmates is subdued
    -Drop in inmate participation in programs and events
    -Increase in inmate/staff grievances
    -Outside agitation by activists
    -Letters & phone calls from concerned inmate family members inquiring about the safety of their family member
  22. v -Bed
    -Mattress
    -Blanket
    -Linens
    -Towels
    -Personal hygiene items
  23. w -handling requests
    -making requests
    -reinforcing behavior
  24. x -Discover a sexual assault while it is in progress or personally witness an incident that includes sexual threats or pressure.
    -A victim or another inmate may report that an incident has occurred.
    -Overhearing inmates talking about a sexual assault incident.
    -Medical evidence of an incident may be discovered during a medical exam though the inmate has reported no incident.
  25. y -To prevent escapes
    -To prevent violence
    -To prevent contraband
    -Maintain sanitation & fire safety
    -Detection of criminal activity
  26. z -Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature as a condition of employment.
  27. aa -Was the force applied in a good faith effort to maintain or restore discipline or order?
    -Was the force applied maliciously & sadistically for the very purpose of causing harm?
  28. ab -To maintain the order in the facility
    -To prevent contraband from entering the facility
    -To prevent escapes from the facility
  29. ac -Male & females separated by sight, sound, touch & out of reach of normal conversation
    -Violent & nonviolent prisoners are not placed together in cells
    -Males & females are supervised if placed together for purposes of transporting, programming or other events
    -Juvenile & adult prisoners are separated in a manner consistent w/ 2151.312 ORC
    -Jails using prisoner workers shall evaluate % select workers based on criteria
    -Workers or educational release programs shall be housed separately from general population
  30. ad -Routine inspections of housing areas & support areas
    -Flammable cleaning supplies removed from all housing areas
    -Any food carton or other disposable items used in food servicing should be picked up, not left for prisoners to discard
    -Consistent trash removal from housing areas and entire facility
    -Limit amount of combustibles in housing areas
  31. ae -Multipurpose fire extinguisher
    -Dry chemical
    -Halon 1211
  32. af -Probable cause for a warrant
    -Conducted under sanitary conditions
    -By a medical professional of the same sex
  33. ag -Holding your body in such a way that shows strength, confidence, interest & control
  34. ah -Quid Pro Quo: this for that or something for something
    -Hostile Environment: occurs when employees who are not harassed directly, must work in an atmosphere or environment where such harassment is pervasive.
  35. ai -The basics - sizing up the situation
    -The add-ons - communication with inmates
    -The applicants - management of behavior
  36. aj -To give trainees practical skills
    -To equip trainees to apply those skills to the management of people
    -To develop each trainee so the he/she can make effective use of his/her strengths as communicators
  37. ak -Unnecessary and wanton infliction of pain through refusal of medical care by correctional or medical staff or intentionally delaying or interfering with treatment.
  38. al -A guarantee, usually in the form of money, that the accused will appear in court.
  39. am -A formal written accusation of a crime made by a grand jury.
  40. an -To protect lives & especially your own
    -To notify the proper authorities
    -To remove people from the immediate area
    -To maintain security around the area
    -To assist the fire department with evacuations
    -To follow the response plan of your department
  41. ao -Hazardous materials
    -Hazardous substances
    -Hazardous wastes
    -Extremely hazardous substances
  42. ap -Natural disasters
    -Man-made disasters
    -Inmate disturbances
    -Terrorist events
  43. aq -Distancing - should be adequate to allow both safety & and to see & hear things
    -Facing squarely - the most effective line of vision
    -Looking directing - understanding what is happening & to send a positive psychological message
  44. ar -Law enforcement agencies
    -Courts
    -Corrections
  45. as -To ensure the security of the facility
    -To ensure that inmates are separated according to the standards as set forth by the state of Ohio
    -To ensure the safety of all offenders, in particular the youthful and easily victimized
    -To ensure the proper care for inmates with special needs
    -To ensure the physical & emotional well being of all inmates housed
    -Safety of officers
  46. at - To treat everyone professionally
    -To yourself to maintain your self respect
    -To your own profession
    -To your family
    -To your community
    -To citizens to never allow cynicism to cloud your view of the people whom you serve
    -To never use excessive physical force when controlling combative individuals
    -To never accept gratuities
    -To never commit perjury
  47. au -Whenever entering or leaving the security perimeter
  48. av -Between inmates and inmate groups
    -Against the institution and correctional personnel
  49. aw -The facts & circumstances within the officer's knowledge & of which he/she has reasonably trustworthy information sufficient to warrant a person to believe that an offense has been or is being committed by the person to be arrested.
  50. ax -Reprimand
    -Suspension of rights or disciplinary isolation up to 120hrs
  51. ay -Putting yourself in the best possible position to see & hear groups & individuals
    -Place yourself far enough to remain safe while still remaining close enough to see & hear what is happening
  52. az -Aerosols of any type in housing areas
    -Hoarding of paper products & other combustibles
  53. ba -US Amendments (1st, 4th, 6th, 8th, 14th)
    -Case Law Precedent
    -Federal Statutory Rights
    -State Statutory Rights
  54. bb -Classification
    -Inspections
    -Key & tool control
    -Counts
    -Emergency plans & training
    -Control of medication & medical supplies
    -Firearms usage
  55. bc To provide for the development of personnel, equipment and resources into the effected area as quickly & effectively as possible
  56. bd A sense of bonding develops between abductor and abducted
  57. be -respond positively & negatively
    -use verbal & non-verbal techniques
  58. bf -Positioning - helps us to see & hear what is going on
    -Posturing - shows your confidence & attention to a situation
    -Observing - helps us to make astute inferences about their appearance, behavior & clues
    -Listening - makes us aware to pick out key words & mood
  59. bg -Gather intelligence
    -Security
    -Inmate grievance procedure
    -Control of contraband
    -Management of information
  60. bh The moral actions, conduct, motives & character of an individual
  61. bi -To acquire new knowledge & skills
    -To prepare for proper job performance
    -To improve safety & survival during critical events
    -To standardize procedures within the field of corrections
    -To build confidence with new found knowledge & skills
  62. bj -Violent crime convictions
    -Long sentences
    -Familiar with prison culture
    -Large stature
    -Confidence
    -Gang affiliations
    -Significant social status within the prison
  63. bk -Fire hose (water)
    -Multipurpose fire extinguisher
  64. bl -Look before you touch
    -Be thorough
    -Be systematic
    -Be curious
  65. bm -Formal count - a regular required count of all inmates in the correctional facility
    -Census count- informal, irregular count
    -Emergency count - infrequent (escapes, riots & disturbances)
  66. bn -Knowledge of the location of every inmate prior to any incident
    -Lockdown of all inmates not involved
    -An official count
    -All staff accounted for
    -Non-essential staff should be removed from the disturbance and surrounding areas
  67. bo -Volume
    -Emotion
    -Voice pitch
  68. bp -Improper storage of paint/cleaning supplies near flames
    -Inadequate ventilation of storage areas
    -Inconsistent trash removal from cells
    -Inadequate ventilation around electrical equipment
  69. bq -Looking carefully at behavior, appearance & environment
    -Making inferences
    -Deciding if the situation is normal or abnormal
    -Deciding if a situation indicates a potential for trouble or no trouble
  70. br -Suspend judgment
    -Pick out key words & phrases
    -Identify the intensity of what was said
    -Reflect on mood
  71. bs -the skill of seeing and hearing what is happening and the ability to mirror that understanding back to the inmate
  72. bt -Full service
    -12 Day
    -12 Hour
    -Minimum Security Jail
    -Temporary Holding
  73. bu -Inmate who is fearful
    -The escaping inmate
    -The "Alpha Male" inmate
    -The mentally unstable inmate
  74. bv -The commission of some act which is positively unlawful.
  75. bw -Negotiation
    -Tactical
  76. bx -Standing erect
    -Eliminating distractive behaviors
    -Inclining slightly forward
  77. by -Think about the feeling & its intensity
    -Reflect back using a responding format
  78. bz -use the 5 W's & H method (who, what, when, where, why, how)
    -think about what was said and not said
    -respond to the inmate
  79. ca -A well-written report is a permanent record
    -A report reflects on the training & character of the reporter
    -Written reports are subject to review
    -Reports may have a wide circulation
    -Written reports may ultimately have legal implications
    -Written reports provide a means of ensuring that facility policies and procedures are applied consistently & appropriately documented
  80. cb -The purpose of any code of ethics is to identify expected behavior.
  81. cc -think about the meaning
    -reflect back the feeling and meaning
  82. cd -check things out
    -respond to the request
  83. ce -Convicted of non-violent crimes
    -First time offenders who are unaware of prison culture
    -Young, smaller in stature or possess feminine characteristics
    -Not street-wise
    -Mental & physical disabilities
  84. cf -The offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties.
  85. cg -Behavior - clues that shoe a negative or positive relationship
    -Appearances - body language, facial expressions & actions
    -Environment - where it is taking place
  86. ch A test question must respond directly to an SPO and every SPO may be the basis of a test question.
  87. ci -For ready identification while the inmate is in the facility
    -To maintain a master mug shot file in the department
    -To provide photographs to law enforcement officers for the purpose of photo lineups or identifying suspects
    -For the identification of a prisoner who may escape from an officer in transit or a jail break
    -To properly identify inmates upon release
  88. cj -To treat everyone professionally
    -To yourself to maintain your self-respect
    -To your own profession
    -To your family
    -To your community
    -To citizens to never allow cynicism to cloud your view of the people whom you serve
    -To never use excessive physical force when controlling combative individuals
    -To never accept gratuities
    -To never commit perjury
  89. ck -Relinquish your position of authority
    -Keep a demeanor of dignity
    -Stay healthy
    -Do not attempt escape
    -Take mental notes
    -Keep in mind that time is on your side
    -Control anxiety during the period of event
  90. cl -Think about what was seen/heard
    -Reflect back using a responding format
  91. cm -know why denied
    -minimizes future gripes
    -if approves, it may be conditioned for this time only
  92. cn -the ability to capture in words the specific feeling being experienced by the inmate
  93. co -Inmate feelings - know how the inmate feels
    -Inmate relationships - positive, negative, neutral
    -Inmate energy levels - low, moderate, high
    -Inmate values - what interests the inmate
  94. cp -requires you to paraphrase the content of an inmate's statement in such a way as to provide a meaningful reason for the inmate's feeling
  95. cq -Violent crime convictions
    - Long sentences
    -Familiar with prison culture
    -Large stature
    -Confidence
    -Gang affiliations
    -Significant social status within the prison
  96. cr -A sudden, urgent, usually unexpected occurrence or occasion requiring immediate action
  97. cs -Plaintiff - party that brings a civil lawsuit
    -Defendant - the person being sued
    -Tort - civil wrong for which a remedy may be attained
  98. ct -Sexual in nature
    -Unreasonable
    -Severe or pervasive in the workplace
    -Unwelcome
  99. cu -The corrections officer (you)
  100. cv -Complete
    -Concise
    -Clear
    -Correct
    -Professional
  101. cw -To obtain clear, legible prints for identification
    -To obtain fingerprints records for future identification
    -To obtain fingerprints that can be stored by the FBI & BCI
  102. cx -Commitments issued by the court for executions of sentencing
    -Court orders or orders from the Attorney Generals office for the detention of state witnesses
    -Arrest warrants
    -Hold orders issued by the Adult Parole Authority of the State of Ohio, the local probation department, or teletype holds from other agencies that are substantiated
    -Journal entry from any court of record
    -On view arrests charged by the arresting officer
    -Others (en-route prisoners, contempt prisoners, others as devised by different courts)
  103. cy -Discipline an inmate in private
    -Treat all inmates fairly but firmly when disciplining them
    -Try to talk to inmates about their reason for their misbehavior
    -Maintain a professional attitude when disciplining inmates
    -Use discretion in writing reports
  104. cz -the ability to administer negative & positive consequences effectively
    -showing the inmates the consequences of their actions will help you to manage behaviors
  105. da -US Constitutional Amendments 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 14
    -Case Law Precedent
    -Federal Statutory Right (PLUIPA, PREA)
    State Statutory Rights (ORC)