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CRJ 303 Week 4 Quiz 1. Question : The goal of pre-trial services is to: provide a period of incarceration. offer a civil mechanism for early release. begin assessment and referral prior to trial. begin family unification practices. 2. Question : “Intensive Probation� provides: more contact with support agencies for a large number of probationers. more supervision resources for a small number of probationers. more contact with family members of probationers. more contact and access to the legal system for a small number of probationers.

3. Question : __________ programs and efforts center on repairing the harm done to victims and the community by a crime. Restorative justice Retributive justice Refractory justice Relational justice 4. Question : A formal report concerning the offender and the circumstances of the offense is known as a: Pre-Sentence Investigation document. Post-Sentence Investigation document. Pre-Sentence Supervision report. Post-Sentence Behavioral Assessment report. 5. Question : ____________ is either money or work service that offenders provide the community as payment for their crimes. Relinquishment Mandatory relief Victim assistance pay Restitution 6. Question : The largest elements of community corrections are __________ and __________. house arrest; electronic monitoring

probation; parole/extended supervision community service; restitution prosecutorial diversion; pre-release service 7. Question : While the number of adult offenders incarcerated in prisons and jails is enormous, more than ______ of adult offenders under correctional authority are in “community corrections.” 80% 20% 40% 30% 8. Question : Which of the following is a “variable of interest” to determine the most appropriate type of supervision for an offender? Number of prior felony convictions Number of prior civil judgments Number of high schools attended Number of prior marriages 9. Question : If a judge determines that an offender violated the conditions of probation, the judge may: revoke probation status and place in confinement. revoke probation status and order a civil commitment.

revoke probation status and sentence the offender to life in prison. revoke probation and order lifetime restitution. 10. Question : Since the 1980’s __________ and ____________ have been the correctional aims associated with a distinct notion of community corrections. retribution; incapacitation reform; incapacitation reintegration; restorative justice residual return; incarceration

Crj 303 week 4 quiz