22 Multiple choice questions
- Management strategy to meet minium critical staffing by asking corrections officers to work the next tour of duty.
- Prison treatment program stressing full-time college work, group counseling, and aftercare following parole.
- The process by which inmate control and programming are changed.
- A "go-slow" approach to design and implementation of new programs.
- A program of recruiting clergy who minister to the reglious needs of inmates.
- Inmates seeking sick calls for other than medical needs.
- Implementing programs without a systematic, rational scheme
- Any training program designed to increase job readiness and skills for inmates.
- Two or more occuring medical treatment needs for one inmate.
- Unable to read, write, or spell above the third grade level.
- Opportunity for inmates to seek medical treatment
- General equivalency diploma certifying inmate's achievement. = high school diploma
- A term applied to a participative, group-based approach to treating criminal behavior and drug addiction
- Program of temporary leave from a prison for educational work, or emergency purposes.
- The process of dividing and assigning incoming inmates into meaningfl categories for assignment to institutions and programs.
treatment approach to prevent relapse and recividism by use of existing
community services, often bundled into a rentry plan to lower
- Process leading managers to assign inmates to an institution
structured process that attempt to change how an offender thinks and
sees the world through cognitive restructuring (what they think) and
behavioral rehersal (how they think)
processes that generally hinder change in prisoners but can be
corrected by various thinking, speaking, and conceptual treatments.
- Viral infections resistant to medical treatments
- Any in-prison program designed to meet an inmates needs and lower recidivism.
- Process of assignin inmates to types of programs and work and cell locations