47 Multiple choice questions
- 1.Putting yourself in the best possible position to see and hear groups and individuals.
2.Place yourself far enough to remain safe while still remaining close enough to see and hear what's happening.
- 1. Treat everyone professionally and without bias.
2. Conduct duties objectively.
3. Respect the profession of corrections.
4. Be responsible to his/her family and community.
- a. Complete
- 1.Inmate behavior
- A set of moral issues or aspects.
- 1.Standing erect.
2.Eliminating distracting behaviors.
3.Inclining slightly forward.
- A test question must respond directly to an SPO and every SPO may be the basis of a test question.
- 1.Discipline an inmate in private.
2.Treat all inmates fairly but firmly when disciplining them.
3.Try to talk to inmates about the reason for their misbehavior.
4.Maintain a professional attitude when disciplining inmates.
5.Use discretion in writing reports.
- 1.Job knowledge.
4.The ability to communicate.
5.The ability to recognize individual differences.
6.The ability to correct and praise.
7.Keep your word.
- 1.Law enforcement.
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.
- The skill of seeing and hearing what is really happening and the ability to reflect that understanding back to the inmate.
- A guarantee, usually in the form of money, that the accused will appear in court.
- Holding your body in such a way that shows strength, confidence, interest, and control.
- 1. A report is a permanent record.
2. A report reflects on the training of the reporter.
3. Reports may be reviewed by many people, including the public.
4. Reports may be used in court.
5. Reports can be a means of:
a. Justifying a correctional officer's actions.
b. Confirming or justifying a facility's policies and procedures.
c. Changing a facility's policy and procedure.
and circumstances within the officer's knowledge, and 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
- 1. Use excessive force.
2. Accept gratuities.
3. Commit perjury.
4. Falsify reports.
- 1.Think about the content, "What was seen and/or Heard."
2.Reflect back using a responding format.
- 1.Care of Inmates.
2.Custody of Inmates.
officials must know of and disregard a substantial risk of serious risk
of serious harm, to include the prisoner's health and safety.
- 1.Ready identification while the inmate is in the facility.
2.To maintain a master mug shot file in the department.
3.To provide photographs to law enforcement officers for the purpose of a photo line up.
4.For the identification of a prisoner who may escape from an officer in transit or jailbreak.
5.To properly identify inmates upon release.
- 1.Inmate feelings.
3.Inmate energy levels.
- 1. Anger
4. Peer Pressure
- 1.Suspemd judgment.
2.Pick out key words of phrases.
3.Identify the intensity of what was said.
4.Reflect on mood.
- 1. Plaintiff - the party that brings a civil suit in a court of law.
2. Defendant - the person sued in a civil proceeding.
3. Tort - civil wrong, other than breach of contract, for which a remedy may be obtained in the form of damages.
and wanton infliction of pain through refusal of medical care by
correctional or medical staff or intentionally delaying or interfering
- 1.Handle requests
- 1.Looking at behavior appearance and environment.
4.Deciding trouble/no trouble
- 1. Was the force applied in a good faith effort to maintain or restore discipline or order?
2. Was the force applied maliciously and sadistically for the very purpose of causing harm?
2.Suspension of rights or disciplinary isolation up to 120 hours.
- 1.Check things out.
2.Give a response with a reason.
- Any violence, compulsion, or constraint physically exerted by any means upon or against a person or thing.
- 1. United States Constitutional Amendments.
2. Case Law.
3. Federal Statutory Rights.
4. State Statutory Rights.
- 1.To give trainees practical skills.
2.To equip trainees to apply those skills the management of people.
3.To develop each trainee so that he/she can make effective use of his/her strengths as a communicator.
- 1.Think about the meaning.
2.Reflect back to the feeling and meaning.
- 1.Respond to inmate.
- 1. Pressures come from various sources.
2. Relationships with friends and family.
3. The media
4. Department Regulations
6. Interdepartmental Politics
7. The officer's own ethical and moral beliefs.
- 1.Commitments issued by the court for execution.
2.Court orders from the Attorney's General's office for the detention of state witnesses.
3.Arrest warrants issued Common Pleas Court, Municipal Courts, County Courts, Mayors Courts.
4.Hold orders issued by the Adult Parole Authority of the State of Ohio.
Journal entry from any court of record.
5.Journal entry from any court of record.
6.On view arrest charged by the arresting officer.
7.Other:Enroute prisoners, contempt prisoners, other as advised by different courts.
- The ability to administer negative and positive consequences effectively.
- 1.Apply the basic skills.
2.Minimize future gripes.
3.If approved, it may be conditioned for this time.
- 1.Twelve hour facility.
2.Full service jail.
3Five day facility.
4.Minimum security jail.
5.Temporary holding facility.
- 1.Reinforce positively and negatively.
2.Use verbal and non verbal techniques.
- 1.To acquire new knowledge.
2.To prepare for proper job performance.
3.To improve safety and survival during critical events.
4.To standardize procedures within the field of corrections.
5.To build confidence with new found knowledge and skills.