Chapter 6 Lesson 3

1.

____ may be applied when determining the most appropriate course of action, considering the severity of the rule violation and violations of the law.

Aprogressive discipline
Bdisciplinary process
COfficer discretion
DMiranda warnings
2.

Section ______, F.S., provides authority and guidelines for enforcing rules.

C944.09
B944.35
D944.13
A944.12
3.

The rules of prohibited inmate conduct and penalties for violations or infractions are defined in Rule ______ F.A.C. for state correctional facilities.

C33-601.314
B33-601.313
A33-601.305
D33-601.304
4.

To assess an observed or reported rule violation, an officer must collect all pertinent information. Ask the inmate and other observers______ questions.

Dopen-ended
CClosed-ended
BForced choice
ADirect
5.

_______ is the enforcement of a penalty for a violation of established rules and is used to ensure compliance of those rules.

Adue process
Binfraction
Crule violation
Ddiscipline
6.

Which of the following statements is true:

AA rule violation or infraction is an activity or behavior that is permitted in the correctional facility.
BA rule violation or infraction is an activity or behavior that is not permitted in the correctional facility.
CA rule violation or infraction is an activity or behavior that is not permitted in the correctional facility and is prosecuted in a court of law.
DA rule violation or infraction is an activity or behavior that is not prohibited in the correctional facility.
7.

Which of the following statements is true:

AThe disciplinary process is designed to correct an inmate’s behavior.
BDiscipline is the enforcement of a penalty for a violation of established laws and is used to ensure compliance of those laws
CAsk the inmate and other observers closed-ended questions. This is the best way to obtain more information regarding the violation.
DDuring questioning, officers should look for consistencies in inmate responses, body language, or physical evidence.
8.

Some unacceptable behaviors generally considered to be minor rule violations include which of the following:

Dgambling
Cdisorderly conduct
Bdisrespectful behavior
AFailure to maintain personal hygiene or appearance
9.

____ is defined as steps taken to eliminate the cause of inappropriate or unlawful behavior in order to prevent recurrence.

ACorrective Action
BCounseling
Cprogressive discipline
Dverbal warning
10.

____ is a statement to the inmate that he or she has committed a rule violation and should correct the behavior immediately.

ACounseling
Bverbal warning
Cwritten warning
Dcorrective consultation
11.

which of the following statements is true:

AA Written Warning is a detailed report of the facts surrounding an inmate’s rule violation and sets in motion a series of events that ensures due process
BA written warning is a detailed report of the facts surrounding an inmate’s rule violation and sets in motion a series of events that ensures due process
CA verbal warning is an in-depth explanation of a rule violation, including suggestions on how the inmate can correct his or her behavior.
DA written warning is usually an agency-specific form that documents an inmate rule violation.
12.

A disciplinary report should include which of the following:

Ainformal statement of the specific violation (charge)
Bsignature of involved inmates
Cinmate name and number (if applicable), place, date and time
Dstatements from any known witnesses or participants
13.

A disciplinary report must be written within 24 hours from when the incident ______

Cis discovered
Boccurs
Ainvestigation begins
Dis clear
14.

A majority of disciplinary issues will be handled at which level?

Acounseling
Bcorrective consultation
Cdisciplinary report
Dwritten warning
15.

____ is an important deterrent in discouraging rule violations

Aknowing the rule book
Benforcing progressive discipline
Cofficer presence
Dsituational awareness