Chapter 3 Lesson 3

1.

_____ may result in more severe consequences for the officer, staff or inmate.

CManipulation
ADeception
BMisleading
DLying
2.

observe correctional officers who use inmate slang, ignore minor rule infractions, play favorites, enforce rules for some and not others, or are easily distracted

ATrue
BFalse
3.

Which of the following statements are true:

BPointmen stand guard when the correctional officer is in the process of granting illegal favors, violating institutional rules, or being compromised or harmed
APointmen stand guard when the correctional officer is in the process of granting favors, violating institutional rules, or being compromised or harmed
CTurners are least suspected by the correctional officer
DContacts supply information about the correctional officer’s e friendship to ultimately coerce the officer into engaging in rule infractions
4.

Engaging in unprofessional conversations and talking about other staff poses a serious safety and security risk

ATrue
BFalse
5.

To avoid inmate manipulation and deception, an officer should refrain from being overly ____ or giving out _____ information

Cfriendly, personal
Acaring, private
Bsecured, inmate
Dcourteous, sensitive
6.

Attempting to create bonds with staff members--- an inmate going above and beyond expected job duties to gain preferential or special treatment. T/F

ATrue
BFalse
7.

Circumventing or disobeying rules---- creating a diversion to avert the officer’s attention. T/F

ATrue
BFalse
8.

Attempting to engage staff in casual non-job related conversation---- requesting personal information regarding staff, asking where the officer is from, what school the officer attended, the officer’s age or marital status, ______________________, or asking about the officer’s favorite ball team.

ANumber of cats and dogs
BNames of children
CNumber of children
DWife’s/Husband’s favorite color
9.

Inmates may ___________ and ____________ a plan to manipulate or deceive an officer or staff member.

ABring, offer
BViolate , observe
CCoordinate and Execute
DDisplay, determine
10.

Bribery, blackmail, or offering sex

AOver-familiarization with staff
BAttempting any legal activity
CDistracting staff
DAttempting any illegal activity
11.

Officers should be a part of a vocational team T/F

ATrue
BFalse
12.

Officers should be unsuspicious T/F

ATrue
BFalse
13.

Officers should be professional T/F

ATrue
BFalse
14.

Officers should not restrict their relationships with inmates to activities and discussions that are part of your official duties. T/F

ATrue
BFalse
15.

Be aware of signs of manipulation and deception used by visitors. Visitors may bring _________.

Awater balloons and confetti for birthday parties
B2 11’s and cigarettes to their cousins on their EOS date
Cgifts or offer favors to staff or use intimidation in an attempt to get staff to violate rules.
Dcontraband and ask staff to deliver it for them.
16.

Inmate manipulation is when an inmate attempts to get something he or she wants by influencing the officer or to do something they would usually do. (T/F)

ATrue
BFalse
17.

______ and ________ are difficult to distinguish but the ultimate goal is for personal gain or to avoid disciplinary action

Atruth, fabrication
Bguns, better
Cmanipulation, deception
Dcommand presence, controlled behavior
18.

Deception is usually more immediate or may be ______ behavior.

Bcommon
Cdisruptive
Dserious
Ahabitual
19.

Manipulation can be an isolated incident or an ongoing series of events. (T/F)

ATrue
BFalse
20.

Manipulation and deception are difficult to distinguish, but the ultimate goal is for personal gain or to avoid corrective action. (T/F)

ATrue
BFalse
21.

Methods inmates use to manipulate and deceive correctional staff can range from _____ to ______.

Adistracting staff, using special circumstances or situations
Bzero, one hundred
Csubtle, extreme
Dattempting to create bonds with staff, circumventing or disobeying rules
22.

Inmate manipulation and deception can also come in the form of an _______.

Acompliment
Bquestion
Corganized team
Dstructured plan
23.

Depending on the circumstances, in regards to older inmates or repeat offenders, Correctional Officers could give these inmates authority over another inmate. (T/F)

ATrue
BFalse
24.

When the officer is in control, this jeopardizes the safety and security of the staff, visitors and inmates.

Amanipulation and deception
Binmate manipulation
Cinmate deception
Dnone of the above
25.

When staff asks an officer, "You smell good, what cologne or perfume are you wearing?", this is another example of manipulation and deception. (T/F)

ATrue
BFalse
26.

What behavior officers should display to avoid inmate manipulation?

AAddress inmate by “inmate” or by their first name
BKnow your job and perform it properly
CLearn to say “No” and not mean it
DBe alert at all times
27.

Behavior an officer should display to avoid inmate manipulation is

AMonitor remarks, facial expressions, and actions
BKnow your job and perform it incorrectly
DDocument incidents
CLearn to say "No" and not mean it
28.

To avoid inmate manipulation and deception, an officer should refrain from being overly friendly or giving out personal information.

ATrue
BFalse
29.

Communicating with supervisors/fellow workers when you suspect a problem is a behavior an officer should display to avoid deception.

ATrue
BFalse
30.

Visitors may bring clothing to staff or use intimidation in an attempt to get staff to violate facility rules.

ATrue
BFalse