Chapter 7 Units 4-6

1.

Inmates commit suicide during what type of day?

Aearly evening
Bmid-day
Clate nights
D1st shift
2.

Common mental illnesses that inmates may display?

ABipolar disorder and schizophrenia
BMood disorders
CCrying episodes
Dmood swings
3.

what conditions Elderly inmates suffer from?

AWheelchair accessibility
BAlzheimer’s
CBroken bones
Dswollen neck
4.

Physical limitations an officer will encounter with elderly inmates will include which of the following:

AMissing appendages
BBroken limbs
CPhysical effects
Dneed for bandages
5.

Characteristics that an officer find in young inmates include which of the following:

ATend to be more impulsive and predictable
BAct first and think about consequences later
CMay have a lot of positive role models
Dcurse at officer's
6.

Elderly inmates’ life experiences ___ ___ and ____ in prison can contribute to a lower life expectancy.

Arapidly change, grow
Bprior to, while
Cthrough age, skill
Doutside of, while
7.

Elderly inmates are ___ years of age and over

A65
B55
C50
D60
8.

Older inmates are more prone to ___, ____, and ____ to their skin from everyday experiences.

Arips, tears, bruising
Bsores, cuts, scarring
Crips, scars, bruising
Drips, bruising, scarring
9.

Some elderly inmates suffer from chronic medical conditions, such as _______ or ______ disease, requiring long-term management or care.

Adementia, Alzheimer’s
Bleukemia, mental
Cmental, Alzheimer’s
Dmental, Harbinger’s
10.

Almost every elderly inmate experiences normal ______ and ______ changes, and can develop certain ______ conditions as they get older.

Aphysical, mental, medica
Bphysiological, mental, difficult
Cphysical, physiological, medical
Dphysiological, mental, stressful
11.

Typical mood disorders an officer will encounter are bipolar disorder depression.

Atrue
Bfalse
12.

Signs and symptoms of an inmate considering harming others or suicide can include unusual crying episodes giving away personal belongings wanting to be alone outbursts not performing normal activities changes in routine

Atrue
Bfalse
13.

Are typically illnesses that last a lifetime, but may be treated with medication thought disorders

Atrue
Bfalse
14.

Are illnesses causing the inmate to exhibit a long-term pattern of distress and impairment in his or her life personality disorders.

Atrue
Bfalse
15.

. Mentally ill inmates who have medical needs are most often bipolar , schizophrenic and depressive

Atrue
Bfalse
16.

When communicating with an elderly inmate, the officer should always treat him or her with_______, _______, and_______.

AKind, sweet, and generous
BMean, hateful, and evil
CDignity, respect, and patience
DLoving, gentle, and impatient
17.

Some elderly inmates tend to hoard food beyond the expiration date and then get strong after eating it.

Atrue
Bfalse
18.

When conducting searches, an officer may find elderly inmates have items in their lockers that will be different from the general population such as:

ARadio batteries
BVaricose vein socks
CBaby diapers and wipes
DBed pan
19.

An officer will encounter mentally ill inmates with physical limitations that may include missing appendages, the inability to move about due to physical defects or malformations, deafness, and blindness.

Atrue
Bfalse
20.

Elderly inmates receive the same services as any other inmate from the general population.

Atrue
Bfalse
21.

According to this statute a youthful offender means any person who is sentenced as such by the Department of Corrections.

A985.265 (5) (b) F.S.
B958.03 (5) F.S.
C958.03 (4) F.S.
D944.47 F.S.
22.

Major in fractions in which youthful offenders commit are

ATheft
BFailure to wear ID
CBoth A and D
DBattery
23.

Department-designated: a youthful offender’s total length of prison sentence cannot exceed

A8 years, the age of the offender cannot exceed 21 years
B10 years, the age of the offender cannot exceed 24 years
C10 years, the age of the offender cannot exceed 18
DNone are correct
24.

Characteristics officers might find in young inmates

ATend to have some moral compass
BTend to be more impulsive and predictable
CMay join gangs in an attempt to find an identity and for personal safety
DThink first and ask about the consequences later
25.

Young inmates will constantly test female officers, looking for weaknesses and vulnerability

Atrue
Bfalse