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User: 1. The U.S. Department of Justice believes that the first response to crime may come from parts of the private sector such as A) individuals and families, and neighborhoods B) business, industry, and agriculture C) educational institutions and the news media; and, any other private service to the public D) all of the above 2. justice, such as A) educational and welfare agencies B) public works agencies and housing agencies C) public health agencies D) all of the above 3. The first component of the criminal justice system is A) the courts B) the police C) corrections D) the government 4. reformers? A) Centralization by concentrating authority in an autonomous police chief B) Upgrading police personnel by means of selection, training, and discipline C) Unrestricting the police role to enforcing criminal law D) none of the above 5. The father of police reform and professionalism in the United States was A) August Comte B) Emile Durkheim C) August Vollmer D) Orlando W. Wilson 6. The nation’s first federal law enforcement agency was. A) INS B) DEA C) U.S. Marshal Service D) FBI 7. Which of the following is not a law enforcement agency that operates under the U.S. Treasury Department A) ATF B) INS C) IRS D) Secret Service 8. According to the Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice, the roles and functions of police officers are as follows A) law enforcement and order maintenance B) information gathering C) service-related duties D) all of the above 9. According to the “Preventing Crime Report,” “what doesn’t work” includes A) increased directed patrols in street-corner hot spots B) neighborhood block watch C) proactive arrests of serious repeat offenders D) proactive drunk-driving arrests 10. In the United States, sentencing laws are complicated by concerns for A) proportionality B) equity C) social debt D) all of the above 11. The major objective(s) of probation is (are) A) to protect the community B) to execute the sanctions imposed by the court C) to assist offenders to change D) all of the above 12. The goals of shock probation are A) to divert offenders who would have normally been sent to overcrowded prisons B) to have better control over high-risk offenders in the community through more rigorous security procedures than in traditional probation programs C) to the reorientation toward a more productive life and reintegration into the society by maintaining community ties and avoiding the problems of imprisonment D) none of the above 13. In addition to release programs, maximum-security reentry alternatives include A) home furlough. B) assignment to a halfway house. C) educational programs D) both A and B 14. Seymour and Gregorie, in the reading on restorative justice, examine A) restorative justice legislation B) policy and victim’s issues C) the effectiveness of restorative justice D) all of the above 15. The key to shock probation is the idea of A) shocking the defendant into socially acceptable behavior B) the defendant accepting responsibility for what they did C) shocking the defendant into recognizing their “wrong” behavior and apologizing D) the defendant being punished for their “shocking” behavior 16. Which of the following is not a major goal of probation? A) Protecting the community B) Assisting offenders to change their behavior C) Reincarcerating offenders unable to conform to society’s rules D) Supporting victims of crime 17. The main reason home confinement is growing in popularity is A) low cost B) ease on the offender C) electronic monitoring D) social acceptance 18. The main difference between probation and parole is A) probation is pre-incarceration and parole is post-incarceration B) probation focuses on rehabilitation while parole focuses on retribution C) costs D) social acceptance 19. In studying parole and recidivism, Irvin Waller discovered that A) in the short term, parole reduces recidivism B) in the short term, parole does not reduce recidivism C) parolees were significantly less likely to fail than released prisoners D) parolees were significantly more likely to fail then released prisoners 20. Parole studies have found A) re-releases were more likely to have success than first releases B) almost 60% of parolees successfully complete their term of supervision C) parole board releases had higher success rates than mandatory releases D) all of the above

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Asked 4/26/2012 8:37:06 PM
Updated 24 days ago|6/29/2021 3:09:32 PM
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The U.S. Department of Justice believes that the first response to crime may come from parts of the private sector such as individuals and families, and neighborhoods.
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The first component of the criminal justice system is the courts.
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The father of police reform and professionalism in the United States was August Vollmer.
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The nation’s first federal law enforcement agency was U.S. Marshal Service.
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The goals of shock probation are to the reorientation toward a more productive life and reintegration into the society by maintaining community ties and avoiding the problems of imprisonment.
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Seymour and Gregorie, in the reading on restorative justice, examine all of the above: restorative justice legislation, policy and victim’s issues, the effectiveness of restorative justice.
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