Chapter 6 Lesson 1

1.

____ is being aware of your surroundings and paying close attention to details. Inmates must be monitored at all times

CObserving
Asituational awareness
Bdetect
Dalert
2.

An inmate’s _____ can also be an indicator of a potential security risk

Cappearance
Bmedical history
Dcustody level
Askill level
3.

Out of the five senses, the one most used for observation is _____

Bsight
Ahearing
Csmelling
Dtouching
4.

Changes in _____, especially in the housing area, should be closely monitored.

Cinmate behavior
Aenvironment
Bunusual occurrences
Dinmate day to day activities
5.

Using the primary senses enables officers to observe _____ changes within the facility.

Cenvironmental
Dsecurity
Boperational
Abehavioral
6.

Indicators of a possible escape include which of the following:

Ddamaged toilets
Cincrease in membership of security threat groups
Bunauthorized attire
Ainmate strikes
7.

_____ any incident that is out of the ordinary and disrupts the normal operations of the facility.

Ariot
Bdisturbance
Cbreach of security
Dunusual occurrence
8.

Signs of Potential Disturbances include which of the following:

Ainmates leaving their cells
Binmates giving away food and personal belongings
Cinmates acting out in order not to be placed in special protection or isolation
D inmates making specific demands
9.

The initial stage of observation is monitoring inmate behavior using the primary senses of which of the following:

Aseeing, hearing, touching, smelling
Bseeing, hearing, touching, smelling, tasting
Cseeing, hearing, smelling
Dhearing, touching, smelling
10.

Officers should address _____ immediately to avoid inmates taking matters into their own hands.

Dminor incidents
Csecurity issues
Brule violations
Acleaning procedures
11.

Blind spots are locations within a facility that have ____ , such as corners, closets, doorways, and stairwells

Climited visibility
Dtactically advantageous
Blimited sound
Alimited clarity
12.

Officers must observe that the inmates clean their living areas and practice:

Cpersonal hygiene
Boperating equipment as trained
Ahaving inmates stay in their assigned area
Dsafety drills
13.

There are many incidents (unusual occurrences) that could negatively impact the security of the facility. These may include which of the following:

Aability to clear count
Cminor injuries to inmate or staff
Binmate death of natural causes
Dfire
14.

the result of divorce, notification of a death in the family, loss of a work assignment, or receiving additional charges could result in which of the following:

Cinmate behavior
Denviornmental changes
Bmedical emergencies
Asecurity procedure changes
15.

The ____ stage of observation is monitoring inmate behavior using the primary senses.

Binitial
Aearly
Cintroductory
Dearliest