Chapter 3 Lesson 2

1.

Reads barcodes located on the wristband,armband or identification card and verifies information

AFacial Recognition Software
BRapid Identification System
CAutomated Barcode Scanner
DAFIS
2.

2. All of the following are true except:

AInmate Face sheet (printed from the government’s database)
BInmate Gate Pass (authorizes inmates to exit the secure perimeter)
CAgency Identification Card (issued to staff and visitors)
DArmband/Wristband (issued to inmates at intake or reception center)
3.

BIS

Abometric identification solution
BBometric identification system
CBiometric identification solution
DBiometric identification sound
4.

4. Government-issued cards are proper forms of Manual identification

Atrue
Bfalse
5.

Fingerprint recognition system

AVisitor hand scanner
BAutomated barcode scanner
CRapid identification system
DFacial recognition software
6.

Systematic identification checks provide an accurate account of everyone making transactions which minimizes the potential for escapes, mistaken release, and unauthorized entry.

Atrue
Bfalse
7.

Two main categories of valid identification: face sheet and Gate Pass.

Atrue
Bfalse
8.

_______ may be used to identify inmates, staff, visitors and vendors.

AVerification
BRecognition
CAgency Records
Dsafety
9.

Facial Recognition Software- This system links authorized visitors to specific inmates they are allowed to visit.

Atrue
Bfalse
10.

Access inside a facility is not limited to_____ and _____.

AMedia, Attorneys
BCSI , NCIC
CStaff, Inmates
DVendors, Volunteers
11.

In order to ____ a ______ identification, compare the individual’s physical appearance to his or her photo identification.

Aensure, positive
Bestablish, valid
Cestablish, positive
Densure, valid
12.

______ to compare include skin color, eye color, hair, facial structure, and any other distinctive _____ like scars or birthmarks.

AFeatures, features
BAreas, marks
CIndicators, skin-features
DFeatures, marks
13.

Tattoos, _____, marks or _____ can also be used to assist in identifying an individual.

Ahaircuts, scars
Bscars, wrinkles
Chair, facial-features
Dscars, deformities
14.

________, these identifiers can only be used if they have been previously _________

AHowever, recorded
BRemember, documented
CRemember, noted
DHowever, documented
15.

______ identification is confirmed, document the verification of the inmate, staff member, or visitor on the appropriate form or electronic record.

Aafter
Bas
Cwhen
Donce
17.

What is a hidden image that is visible when viewed at certain angles or with appropriate lighting, like on a driver’s license?

AWatermarks
BRaised seal
CHolograms
DExpiration date
18.

Watermark is an unrecognizable image or pattern in paper that appears lighter or darker when held up to the light.

Atrue
Bfalse
19.

A raised _______ is an _______ seal. Fill in the Blank

20.

A dark stripe on the back of the identification card that contains all information on the card?

AMagnesium strip or bar code
BMagnetic stripe or security code
CMagnet strip or bar code
DMagnetic stripe or bar code
21.

There are two main categories of valid identification: automated and Personal knowledge or recognition

ATrue
BFalse
22.

There are several common features of valid personal identification. Which of the following below is not considered:

AU.S. passport
BSignature
CRaised lettering
DCriminal justice agency or correctional facility identification card/records
23.

Some of the common information contained in the automated and manual identification systems includes all of the following except.

ACharge
BAliases
CFacility name
DReceipt/release date
24.

Valid forms of identification can include the following

AFacility-issued inmate card
BLaw enforcement agency or correctional facility identification card/records
CState Identification License
DCriminal justice agency or correctional facility identification card/records
25.

Personal information on an identification card includes the following name address date of birth social security number

Atrue
Bfalse
26.

Physical features on identification card includes the following Scars, marks, tattoos Eye color Weight Hair color

Atrue
Bfalse
27.

Some of the common information contained in the automated and manual identification systems includes all of the following Photograph Age Height Race

Atrue
Bfalse
28.

For an identification card to be acceptable in a correctional facility, the card should contain several common features, which may include the following

ASignature
BHair color
CPlace of birth
DA & B
29.

_____________ or ____________ of a person is not acceptable as an official method of identification.

ASex,Race
BName,Date of Birth
COfficer signature, Inmates signature
DKnowledge,Recognition