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Survey of Corrections Midterm Study Guide and Notes

by: Kurstyn Jolly

Survey of Corrections Midterm Study Guide and Notes CRJU 2106

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Survey of Corrections
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kurstyn Jolly on Monday October 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CRJU 2106 at Columbus State University taught by Shaun Gann in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Survey of Corrections in Criminal Justice at Columbus State University.

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Date Created: 10/17/16
Survey of Corrections Test #2 Study Guide CHAPTER 8  Security Threat Groups o Types of STGs  The effect of the War on Drugs on prison gangs  Secure housing units  Criminal Acts of STGs  Interdiction CHAPTER 9  Primary mission/role of corrections?  Unit team management  Three main themes that run through corrections  Classification o Internal and external  Religious Assistance and Services  Educational and Training Programs  Vocational training  The Reintegration Model o Cognitive behavioral intervention o Anger management o Therapeutic community CHAPTER 10  What is a jail?  Who is in jails?  New generation jails  Attempts to reduce overcrowding  Alternatives to Jail o Day fines o Weekend confinement o Community service o Release on own recognizance CHAPTER 11  Organization of State Systems o Security levels  Inmates in State Prisons  Classification process and institutional needs  Causes of prison overcrowding  “Big Four” prison systems CHAPTER 12  Bureau of Prisons  National Institute of Corrections  Offenses committed by federal inmates (see Figure 12.2)  A Model Inmate Classification System o Security levels o Work requirement  Parole in the federal system CHAPTER 13  History of privatization in corrections  Low­Security Custody Programs  Private drug testing  Assertions private companies make about private prisons  Controversies regarding private prisons CHAPTER 14  Most common capital crimes (now and in the past)  Methods of execution  Furman v. Georgia  Gregg v. Georgia  Atkins v. Virginia  Roper v. Simmons  Prosecutor’s Discretion  Deterrence of the Death Penalty  Justifications


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