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  1. Clothed search
  2. Expiration dates
  3. Grid search pattern
  4. vehicle search
  5. In order to ensure a positive identification, compare the individual's physical appearance to his or her photo identification. Features to compare include:
  6. Using special circumstances or situations
  7. complacency
  8. Observing
  9. Pat down
  10. Automated Visitor Registration (AVR) hand scanner:
  11. metal detection
  12. Can inhibit an officer's ability to protect him- or herself as well as coworkers
  13. Nuisance contraband
  14. Holograms
  15. Contraband
  16. X-ray scanners
  17. Three stages of situational awareness
  18. Common types of contraband stored as evidence
  19. Inmates may challenge an officer's authority by
  20. Stress
  21. Situational awareness
  22. listening abilities
  23. Biometric Identification Solution (BIS)
  24. Four categories of stress
  25. Self-induced Stress
  26. cell/area search
  27. Prevention
  28. Magnetic strip or Bar code
  29. minor infractions
  30. Turners
  31. Attempting to create bonds with staff members
  32. Officers should always project a
  33. Over-familiarization with staff
  34. automated or manual resources.
  35. Circumventing or disobeying rules
  36. strip search
  37. Hard/hazardous contraband
  38. Identifying a potential threat:
  39. Zone/quadrant search pattern
  40. Attempting to engage staff in casual non-job related conversation
  41. Lack of stamina
  42. To avoid inmate manipulation and deception:
  43. body cavity search
  44. posture
  45. visual search
  46. Custodial search
  47. Stressful situation
  48. lack confidence
  49. Avoid
  50. Raised seal
  51. Mirrors
  52. Positioning
  53. Pointmen
  54. Strip/line search pattern
  55. Deception
  56. positioning, posture, observing, and listening
  57. Items that require special disposal
  58. Officers
  59. Spiral search pattern
  60. Being alert:
  61. supervisor
  62. Some of the common information contained in the automated and manual identification systems includes:
  63. Counterfeit identification
  64. command presence
  65. Distracting staff
  66. Flashlights
  67. Facial Recognition Software:
  68. Environmental Stress
  69. Systematic identification checks
  70. participants of the team
  71. automated and manual
  72. being in good physical shape
  73. Valid identification
  74. Watermark
  75. Personal knowledge or recognition of a person is
  76. Automated Barcode Scanner:
  77. Inmate manipulation
  78. controlled
  79. Chain of custody
  80. Active listing
  81. Runners
  82. Attempting any illegal activity
  83. Screwdrivers
  84. Rapid Identification System:
  85. Personal Stress
  86. Contacts
  87. Observers
  88. Spreading rumors about staff or attempting to turn one staff member against another
  89. Probing devices
  90. recognize
  91. Work-related Stress
  92. Responding to a threat:
  93. Controlled behavior
  94. termination
  95. Metal detectors (hand-held or walk through)
  96. Canines and their handlers
  97. Examine the identification, looking for obvious alterations or inconsistencies, such as
  1. a may consist of, but are not limited to, observers, contacts, runners, turners and pointmen.
  2. b provide an accurate account of everyone entering and leaving a facility, which minimizes the potential for escapes, mistaken releases, and unauthorized entry.
  3. c requesting personal information regarding staff, asking where the officer is from, what school the officer attended, the officer's age or marital status, the number of children the officer has, or asking about the officer's favorite ball team
  4. d money, medication, illegal drugs, weapons and bio hazardous materials.
  5. e use of electronic devices to detect a metal object on or within a person or concealed within an item
  6. f observe correctional officers who use inmate jargon, ignore minor rule infractions, play favorites, enforce rules for some and not others, or are easily distracted
  7. g any item used to search holes, cracks, or hollow areas. One such method is using a wire to check grills, door tracks, faucets, and drains.
  8. h is any unauthorized article or any authorized article in excessive quantities or altered from its original state
  9. i an officer should refrain from being overly friendly or giving out personal information.
  10. j shift work, supervisors, coworkers, contact with the general public, court appearances, and performance standards
  11. k reads barcodes located on the wristband, armband or identification card and verifies information
  12. l befriend the correctional officer and use the friendship to ultimately coerce the officer into engaging in rule infractions. Least suspected by the correctional officer
  13. m photograph, identification number, height, weight, date of birth, Social Security number, address, race, gender, age, charge, aliases, identifying marks, receipt/release date, facility location, barcode and magnetic strip.
  14. n formerly known as AFIS
  15. o may use positioning, posture, observing, and listening when evaluating a situation.
  16. p supply information about the correctional officer's work habits, likes and dislikes
  17. q if the officer succumbs to inmate manipulation and deception, he or she may face disciplinary action, _________ and criminal charges.
  18. r a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears lighter or darker when held up to the light
  19. s is a comfortable or relaxed state of mind, which lulls the officer into a false sense of safety and security.
  20. t discussing information about staff members with an officer. "I heard Sgt. Doe talking about you yesterday and he said that you were lazy."
  21. u the officer demonstrates confidence and control by avoiding such distracting behaviors as foot tapping, nail biting, and fidgeting.
  22. v Firearms, homemade knives (shanks), other weapons, drugs, intoxicating beverages, toxic materials, prescription medication, inhalants, cell phones and electronic devices that store or receive data are examples of?
  23. w using a disability or illness to gain preferential or special treatment
  24. x is lying to, misleading, tricking, or fooling another person.
  25. y Part of the officer's job is to _________ when other staff is being manipulated and deceived as well.
  26. z visually and physically inspecting a vehicle to locate contraband
  27. aa usually the only paid members of the team because they must expose themselves to the correctional officer by asking for small items like candy, cigarettes, pencils, etc.
  28. ab is the witnessed written record of all individuals who have maintained unbroken control of the evidence since its collection.
  29. ac usually used by one person. The searcher begins at a central point and moves in increasingly larger circles to the outermost boundary of the search area.
  30. ad is another skill of situational awareness. Officers should be aware of any occurrence or activity, erratic mood changes, emotional outbursts, acting out, threatening behavior, and changes in inmate energy levels that may signify safety and security problems.
  31. ae Officers may use _____________. when evaluating a situation.
  32. af confident, competent and capable demeanor.
  33. ag not acceptable as an official method of identification.
  34. ah personal attitudes toward work, perception of others, and work or academic goals
  35. ai visually searching an unclothed person and physically searching their clothing
  36. aj fingerprint recognition system
  37. ak a hidden image that is visible when viewed at certain angles or with appropriate lighting, like on a driver's license
  38. al used to remove panels or covers.
  39. am testing the boundaries of the supervising officer
  40. an Being alert, identifying a potential threat and responding to a threat.
  41. ao may include weapons, illegal drugs, or items used in a serious incident or to commit a crime.
  42. ap used for an area that is large. The area should be divided into four different sections and searched using one of the patterns above
  43. aq Lack of stamina, agility and mobility
  44. ar is a learned skill that officers use to quickly determine the context, threat, and relevance of events unfolding around them by paying attention to volume, pitch, tone, and inflection.
  45. as can affect an officer's focus and attention to detail, which can negatively influence decision making.
  46. at specially trained to detect certain types of contraband such as drugs, other chemicals, and cell phones.
  47. au appears to be valid, but may be missing some or all of the essential features and information.
  48. av skin color, eye color, hair, facial structure, and any other distinctive features like scars or birthmarks
  49. aw devices, often found at entrance and exit points of the facility, used to detect metallic objects or materials. When searching a bunk, the officer can scan the mattress instead of physically handling it. Using this method will protect the officer from possible injury and prevent the destruction of property
  50. ax recognizes distinct facial features and links to a database which may contain all information listed below in Types of Valid Personal Identification.
  51. ay Officers must be aware of what is going on around them at all times. Paying attention to sights and sounds helps with maintaining a high level of alertness.
  52. az If you appear to __________, inmates will attempt to manipulate or deceive you.
  53. ba missing vital information, missing security features, raised lettering or photo re-lamination, use of different fonts, or variations in background
  54. bb family issues, health, lack of sleep, poor eating habits, financial situation, and academic demands
  55. bc is when an inmate attempts to get something he or she wants by influencing the officer or staff to do something they would not ordinarily do.
  56. bd used for viewing areas not easily seen, such as under or behind bunks, sinks, toilets and other areas.
  57. be visually scanning for contraband items
  58. bf an embossed seal
  59. bg being the only officer assigned to a dormitory which houses 80 inmates is a?
  60. bh stand guard when the correctional officer is in the process of granting illegal favors, violating institutional rules, or being compromised or harmed
  61. bi used to detect contraband in articles like shoes and clothes.
  62. bj a physical frisk of a subject in a predetermined pattern to locate weapons or other types of contraband
  63. bk recognizes distinct fingerprint features and links to a database, which may contain identifying information for visitors and vendors. This system links authorized visitors to specific inmates they are allowed to visit.
  64. bl Never allow personal judgment and prejudice toward an inmate to obscure your
  65. bm creating a diversion to avert the officer's attention
  66. bn usually used in a predetermined area by several people. The search area is divided into lanes that are searched by one or more people in both directions until the entire area has been examined.
  67. bo utilizes the quadrant search approach in an institutional setting, by physically patting and squeezing the clothing of a person in a systematic pattern
  68. bp is any authorized item found in excessive amounts or altered from its original state that does not pose an immediate threat to the safety or security of the staff, inmates and facility
  69. bq is holding your body in such a way as to show your strength, confidence, interest and control.
  70. br committing minor infractions.
  71. bs is an officer's knowledge and understanding of the totality of circumstances, which helps facilitate effective decision making.
  72. bt is placing yourself in a tactically advantageous location to observe what is occurring in an area.
  73. bu the date the identification is no longer valid
  74. bv Correctional officers are tasked with the ______, control and disposal of contraband.
  75. bw bribery, blackmail, or offering sex
  76. bx A visitor may threaten to harm staff members or their family, or to report the staff member to
  77. by an inmate going above and beyond expected job duties in an attempt to get a favor or special consideration
  78. bz Inmates may challenge an officer's authority by committing?
  79. ca can inhibit an officer's ability to protect him- or herself as well as coworkers
  80. cb Environmental, Personal, Work-related and Self-induced.
  81. cc Officers should concentrate on possible threats while remaining aware of their surroundings. This stage can occur several times during a shift.
  82. cd a dark stripe on the back of the identification card that contains all information on the card
  83. ce used to illuminate dim or unlit areas.
  84. cf weather, noise levels, lighting conditions, crowded areas
  85. cg Officers should focus their attention on potential threats while exhibiting intense concentration and avoiding tunnel vision, which is the narrowing of the attention field due to stress. In response to an actual threat, an officer should be mentally ahead of the threat and take appropriate action.
  86. ch visually and physically inspecting body openings; such searches are to be conducted by medical staff only
  87. ci used when a subject is taken into custody in an unsecured environment by physically patting and squeezing the clothing of a person in a systematic pattern
  88. cj The verification process may include the use of
  89. ck knowing enough about an officer to notice a change in his or her routine
  90. cl When manipulation and deception occurs, the officer is being
  91. cm is unexpired, unaltered, and may contain security features.
  92. cn a variation of the strip/line search pattern. It overlaps a series of lanes in a cross pattern.
  93. co To ________ inmate manipulation and deception, an officer should refrain from being overly friendly or giving out personal information.
  94. cp Your presence can determine whether a subject's resistance escalates or de-escalates. Command presence projects an image of confidence in your skills and abilities. If you appear to lack confidence, inmates will attempt to manipulate or deceive you.
  95. cq There are two main categories of valid identification:
  96. cr Another aspect of an officer's preparation is
  97. cs visually and physically inspecting an area in a systematic manner