Chapter 3 Lesson 4

1.

__________ and __________help ensure a complete and comprehensive contraband collection process

AFace sheet, count
BChain of custody, inventory forms
CPosture, positioning
DPat down, strip search
2.

Contraband is commonly stored in

AThe front office
BCabinet
CPaper or plastic bags
DSteel case
3.

Chain of custody is the victim’s written record of all individuals who have maintained unbroken control of the evidence since its collection.

ATrue
BFalse
4.

Confiscation of excessive supplies (such as extra clothing or sheets) is handled the same as confiscation of a weapon.

ATrue
BFalse
5.

The officer should always use situation awareness and personal protective equipment (gloves, mask) when searching for and collecting contraband.

ATrue
BFalse
6.

When contraband is confiscated and identified, it is important that the items be removed or secured immediately.

ATrue
BFalse
7.

The way the item is removed depends on whether the contraband __________.

AHas been contaminated.
BHas been tampered with.
CIs nuisance or hard/hazardous.
DRequire using Universal Precautions or PPE.
8.

The officer should use Universal Precautions and PPE when searching for and collecting contraband that only contain body fluids, communicable diseases, toxic chemicals, or filth only.

ATrue
BFalse
9.

Officers should take special_________ to follow the protocols of Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), such as securing clothing of the victim and suspect, and DNA collection.

Aprecautions
Bprocedures
Ccare
Dorders
10.

There are general________ that should be followed when collecting contraband.

Aprocedures
Bmethods
Cpractices
Dstrategies
11.

What items should always be photographed for possible presentation in criminal proceedings?

ANarcotics, weapons, guns
BDrugs, alcohol, money
CNarcotics, weapons, dangerous items
DSpoon, forks, and other eating utensils
12.

When documenting contraband what information is needed?

AThe serial numbers of each item, date time and location it was found
BThe location where it was found, description of what was found, quality and value and method of storing it in a safe place.
CWhere it was found, descriptions of what was found, quantity, and method of disposal.
DName, date, time, and place to meet at when getting ready to dispose the items
13.

The final disposition of contraband excludes either immediate disposal or storage for future inmate disciplinary action case reference, or training purposes.

ATrue
BFalse
14.

When a visitor attempts to remove from or introduce contraband into a facility, disposition may be handled by

AThe warden
BLocal law enforcement
CThe correction officer
DFacility investigator
15.

What items require special disposal

AMoney, medication, illegal drugs, weapons, biohazardous materials
BFlashlights, screwdrivers, mirrors, keys
CX-ray scanners, metal detectors, probing devices
DAll the above
16.

_______ scanning for contraband--- Visual search

AVehicle search
BBody cavity search
CVisually
DStrip search
17.

Visually and physically inspecting an area in a systematic manner.

ACell/area search
BVehicle search
CVisual search
DBody cavity search
18.

Visually and physically inspecting a vehicle to locate contraband

ACell/area search
CVehicle search
BStrip search
DVisual search
19.

Pat down --- a _______ _______ of a subject in a predetermined pattern to locate weapons or other types of contraband

Aphysical search
Bquadrant search
Cphysically inspecting
Dphysical frisk
20.

________ and ________ contraband is an important means of controlling and minimizing its introduction and presence in a facility.

ARecognizing, controlling
BControlling, minimizing
CDetecting, recognizing
DVisually, touching
21.

Nuisance is any unauthorized item found in excessive amounts or altered from its original state that does not pose an immediate threat to the safety or security of the staff, inmates and facility.

ATrue
BFalse
22.

Any item that poses a serious threat to the safety and security of the staff, inmates and facility.

AHarsh Contraband
BHard/Hazardous Contraband
CHazmat Contraband
DHeavy Contraband
23.

Contraband is commonly stored in paper or plastic bags, boxes or storage bins in a secured, locked area accessible to inmates.

ATrue
BFalse
24.

All these are common items that can be turned into weapons except for

AObject placed in sock
BSports equipment
CTooth brush
DBleach
25.

Any unauthorized article or any authorized article in excessive quantities or altered from its original state is what?

ANuisance Contraband
BContraband
CHazardous Contraband
DContrabond
26.

Personal property considered to be contraband should not be forwarded to the inmate property storage area.

ATrue
BFalse
27.

Any authorized medication in excessive amounts will be held in inmate property

ATrue
BFalse
28.

Possession of a weapon may result in criminal charges which requires the weapon be held in evidence.

ATrue
BFalse
29.

Confiscated money should be counted in the presence of the inmate, a report should be written and signed by staff and a copy should be given to the inmate.

ATrue
BFalse
30.

Biohazardous items should be placed in the appropriate biohazard containers and disposed of according to state policy

ATrue
BFalse