Chapter 7 Units 1-3

1.

According to _________ a ”criminal gang” is a formal ongoing organization, association, or group that has as one of its primary activities the commission of criminal or delinquent acts.

As. 874.03, F.S.
Bs. 943.714, F.S.
Cs. 875. 04, F.S.
Ds. 944. 417, F.S.
2.

A marking on a wall, fence, or the ground that identifies STG territory is known as ________.

Asubstance abuse
Btagging
Cdropping the flag
Dfacility assault
3.

Extremism is a term used to

Adescribe the actions or ideologies of individuals or groups inside the perceived political center of a society
Bclassifications of inmates an officer will encounter routinely, each of which requires different interactions or services from the officer.
Cdescribe the actions or ideologies of individuals or groups outside the perceived political center of a society
Doriginate within the prison system and predominantly base their operations from within the prison systems
4.

When dealing with substance abuse, substances can be

Aate, injected, soaked, smelled
Bconsumed, digested, injected, or absorbed
Cinhaled, digested, rejected, or absorbed
Dinhaled, ingested, injected, or absorbed
5.

The Florida Comprehensive Drug Abuse Control Act, s. 893.01 F.S. dictates that

Aany individual who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be housed separately from the general population with close supervision.
Ball individuals who appear to be above the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be housed separately from the general population with close supervision.
Cany individual who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will not be housed separately from the general population with close supervision.
Devery individual who appears to be under the influence of Bud Light and and molly will be housed separately from the regular population with little supervision.
6.

STG can commit the same crimes in the facility they commit outside of the facility such as

AWrong Doing
BProstitution
CFornication
DAdultery
7.

Examples of Non Traditional STGs

AAryan Brotherhood
BSUR-13
CBloods
DJamaican Posse
8.

Some characteristics of STG

AResting the hand in specific pocket
BStanding with hands on hips
CHands clasped behind back
DRubbing hands
9.

Buck, Buck mean run, get away, leave

ATrue
Bfalse
10.

The Florida Comprehensive Drug Abuse Act F.S.

AF.S.944.35
BF.S.893.01
CF.S.874.03
DF.S.944.09
11.

1. These Societies are not absolute, they are often hybrids of multiple racial groups, and often do not reflect a single race.

AA. Geographical Societies
BB. Inmate Societies
CC. Racial Societies
DD. Youthful Offender Societies
12.

2. Inmates with similar medical issues will align themselves with others who share the same medical issues. Name some of these issues?

AA. Measles, Fistula, Malaria, HIV, Cancer
BB. HIV, Cancer, Cholera
CC. HIV, Cancer, Heart Disease
DD. HIV, Cancer, Diabetes
13.

3. Some inmates from similar socio-economic groups will cluster and sometimes control certain activities within the inmate population with

AA. Money, Contraband, Influence
BB. Money, Ethnic Intimidation, Influence
CC. Money, Drugs, Influence
DD. Money, Cars, Influence
14.

4. Inmate societies may follow a hierarchical leadership where there is clearly a defined leader, sub-leaders, and followers. Different situations such as _____, ______, ______, changes in the availability of assets, or _______, can erode the hierarchy on a regular basis.

AA. Fights, Gang War, STG Affiliation, Politics
BB. Fights, Releases, Intake, Politics
CC. Intake, Politics, Releases, Brawls
DD. Intake, Politics, Releases, Street Fights
15.

5. Classifications of inmates an officer will encounter routinely, each of which requires different interactions or services from the officer.

Acriminal gangs
BSTG
Cextremist
Dspecial population
16.

STG’s can commit the same crimes in the facility they commit outside of the facility, which of the following crimes can be committed?

ABribery and Burglary
BExtortion and Prostitution
CGrand Theft and Fraud
DVandalism and Tagging
17.

Traditional STG’s have a documented history, a written set of violations, and can have an organizational structure.

Atrue
Bfalse
18.

According to s. 874.03, F.S., a “criminal gang” is an informal ongoing organization, association, or group that has as one of its primary activities the commission of criminal or delinquent acts.

Atrue
Bfalse
19.

Noted STGs represented in a correctional setting can include the following:

AKu Klux Klan, Vice Lords, MOB Boyz
BLatin Kings, Du Roc Crips, Mad Swan Bloods
CHell’s Angels, Mongols, Russian Mob
DMS-13, Zoe Mafia, Aryan Nations
20.

Inmates can deliver messages through sign language and written code sent by fishing or the United States Postal Service.

Atrue
Bfalse
21.

The use of any substance, manmade or natural, that alters the mood or state of mind of the user. These substances can be inhaled, ingested, injected, or absorbed.

ASubstance
Bsubstance abuse
Cabuse subtance
Dabuse
22.

The officer needs to make special considerations when monitoring inmates who have problems with substance abuse.

Atrue
Bfalse
23.

Inmates under the influence of _____have a high potential to _____self-harm, such as banging their heads on hard objects, biting or hitting themselves, or attacking others.

Aa. controlled substances & to commit
Bb. controlled & Substance
Cc. Substance & commit
Dd. Commit substance & controlled substances
24.

Inmates under the influence of controlled substances have a low potential to commit self-harm, such as banging their heads on hard objects, biting or hitting themselves, or attacking others. a. True

Atrue
Bfalse
25.

Some symptoms that inmates display when abusing substances, withdrawing from substance abuse or going through the process of detoxification can be unresponsive/ dead

Atrue
Bfalse
26.

1. In democratic societies, individuals or groups that advocate the replacement of the democracy with an authoritarian regime are usually branded _________________

Aa. Criminal Gangs
Bb. Extremists
Cc. Hybrids
Dd. Non-Traditional
27.

2. Constantly observing Inmate STG behavior is essential to a safe and secure operation of the

Atrue
Bfalse
28.

There are different structures associated with STGs. In this structure the leaders will often meet to consult with one another, common to the more non-tradition, national gangs:

APyramid structure
BFlux structure
CCircular Structure
DLinear structure
29.

During cell or area searches, the officer should look for a shift in contraband such as ____________, cellphones, gang literature and a change in the amount of commissary items

Aknives
Bweapons
Cpadlock
Dfruit
30.

Documenting STG activity provides additional information to contribute to STG databases.

Atrue
Bfalse