Chapter 6 Lesson 7

1.

Visitation is a privilege and not a right for inmates and visitors in Florida per F.A.C.:

C33.601.614
D33.601.714
B33.601.314
A33.601.914
2.

As part of the registration process, the visitor’s identification information will be recorded, along with date and time (entry and exit), and purpose and individual visited.

ATrue
BFalse
3.

A form of valid identification is a birth certificate.

ATrue
BFalse
4.

Social visits are conducted on a specific schedule at designated times and days, whereas professional visits may be permitted at any time.

ATrue
BFalse
5.

Training academies, schools, or self-help or religious groups visiting a correctional facility may be subject to the special search procedures.These are usually pre-approved visits with staff escorts to a designated area or for a tour of the facility.

ATrue
BFalse
6.

Per Chapter 33.601.714 conjugal visits are a privilege

ATrue
BFalse
7.

Contact visits are defined as visits in which both the visitor and the inmate are in the same room, without a physical barrier, and can have unlimited physical contact.

ATrue
BFalse
8.

Professional visitors are processed in a different manner than social visitors.

ATrue
BFalse
9.

All visits within a correctional facility can be classified as

Csocial
Anon-contact
BA & C
Dconjugal
10.

Officers should be aware that presenting a false ID per Chapter 33.601.714 is a crime.

ATrue
BFalse