Correctional Administration Exam

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This was considered as the code of ultimate severity.

This shall refer to a parolee/pardonee who is placed on supervision.

It is a type of therapeutic modalities style characterized by low demands with high responsiveness?

It is then agreed to the development of a parallel working group, to consider how far the same or similar fundamental principles might be found, in a different guise, in other fields?

A disposition under which the defendant, after conviction and sentence, is released subject to the conditions imposed by the court:

Who among the prisoners shall not be considered for commutation of sentence?

It is defined as the sharing of roles across disciplinary boundaries so that communication, interaction, and cooperation are maximized among the participants and service providers in a therapeutic modalities program?

This prison facility was established on September 21, 1954.

This is an act of the sovereign power granting general pardon for a past offense usually granted in favor of certain classes of persons who have committed crimes of a political character, such as treason, sedition or rebellion:

This was considered as the main insular penitentiary during the Spanish regime.

Which is not included in a carpeta?

Parole officers have discretion in how intrusive they become about a parolee’s life once they are placed on supervision.

This is a method by which a prisoner, who has served a portion of his sentence, is conditionally released but remains in legal custody, the condition being that in case of misbehavior, he shall be put back to the correctional institution again:

This shall refer to the one who applies for the grant of Executive Clemency.

History tells that probation started in what country.

Essentially, these are the functions that serve as the basic from which the therapeutic modalities spring?

This shall refer to the conditional release of an offender after he has served a portion of his sentence.

How many years is the term of office of the probation aide?

Restorative justice is a balanced approach that calls for involvement of the following, except?

_____, or even moral problems, are consistently apparent whether expressed in psychological or existential terms.

The philosophic foundation is _______ for one’s behavior and the belief that change is fully possible if the individual exerts the personal effort to follow the program.

It is a self-help social learning treatment model used in the rehabilitation of drug offenders and other clients with behavioral problems?

It is defined as an intervention with systematic, structured, and didactic knowledge transfer for an illness and its treatment, and motivational aspects?

Who first advocated the use of electronic devices to keep track of subjects in the community?

It is seen as changing negative patterns of behavior, thinking, and feeling that predispose one to substance use and developing substance-free lifestyle?

It is most commonly referred to the coexistence of a substance use disorder and a psychiatric disorder?

The Pope that abolished the Vatican’s Index of Prohibited Books.

The supporting documents of the petition shall include the affidavits of at least how many responsible members of the community where the petitioner resides.

Mr. Z was convicted for the crime of Sedition. Is he qualified to apply for probation?

By contrast, in _____ the primary messages of personal growth, “right living”, and recovery are mediated by peers through discourse and sharing experiences in groups.

This theory justifying penalty states that the crime must be punished by the State as an act of retribution.

When did probation system become a law?

It is a set of rules for choosing effective treatments for individual patients?

This prison and penal farm was initially for the confinement of political offenders.

There are how many operating correctional facilities in the Philippines?

This is the Latin word where the word “escape” came from.

It is a theory of learning process and social behavior which proposes that new behaviors can be acquired by observing and imitating others?

This is the process wherein the inmate, after serving his sentence, is released to be able to mingle with the community:

This custodial officer has the responsibility of strictly enforcing all laws and rules and regulations relating to prisons.

Who shall appoint Provincial and City Probation Officers?

In therapeutic modalities, rather than classifying individuals according to their patterns of drug abuse, they are instead delineated along degrees of_____ and “social deficits”.

The criteria for release utilized by parole boards are uniform from state to state.

He said, “If you’re going to punish a man retributively, you must injure him. If you are to reform him, you must improve him”:

He recommends qualified parolec and pardonce to the Board.

How is an order of probation being issued?

In what prison and penal farm, Panabo sub-colony is located?

Was appointed governor of the prison at Valencia, Spain adopting military type discipline, encouraged prisoners vocational training and education.

Who shall appoint the Assistant Probation Officers?

Therefore, ______ means that the modalities are both context and mediator for individual change and social learning.

This refers to a convicted defendant who files a formal application for probation.

Who shall appoint Regional Probation officer?

What bureau was established by virtue of Reorganization Act of 1905?

Which of the following document is not confidential in nature?

A license or permit given to a convict as a reward for good conduct that allowed him or her to go at large and work before expiration of sentence, subject to certain restrictions and revocable upon subsequent misconduct. A forerunner of parole.

This juridical condition of penalty states that the extent of penalty must be proportionate to the gravity of the offense.

This builds on similar mutual experiences and understanding, building trust and the willingness to learn and grow from among the participants in a therapeutic modalities program?

It is a self-guided improvement, that is, intellectually, or emotionally, often with a substantial psychological basis?

It is a process through which therapeutic modalities becomes democratic?

The aims to intervene as quickly as possible after the traumatic event occurred?

It is an approach to psychotherapy and counselling, and it differs from conventional psychiatry, psychotherapy in that in focuses on the psychiatry’s 3Rs?

It is enhanced and ideally should be staged, beginning with orientation and education, and then moving to support groups, therapy groups, and therapy with the adolescent?

This is the Greek word where the word “escape” came from.

This prison farm was established on January 21, 1923, by virtue of Act 3732 and Proclamation No. 414 series of 1931:

Medium security inmates shall wear this color of uniform:

It is employed to strengthen the learning process and the practice of more adaptive behaviors within the social learning environment?

The primary objective of therapeutic modalities is to foster _______

It is a political philosophy and economic system that integrates communal ownership and confederations of highly independent communities?

In what prison and penal farm can you found the Montible sub-colony?

The therapeutic modalities impulse furthered the idea that the modalities created in the ____ of a study at large can be therapeutic for the casualties of the society.

This shall to the reduction of the duration of a prison sentence.

Typically, therapeutic modalities are a _____ separate from other programs and located away from the drug-related environment.

This refers to the suffering that is inflicted by the State for the transgression of the law.

Escapees shall be placed in this type of security group:

The establishment of alternatives to formal justice system such as deferred prosecution, resolution of citizen disputes and the like.

These are penalties that have no fixed duration.

What correctional facility has been established by virtue of Act 3579?

A punishment, which consist of keeping an offender in confinement and compelling him to labor.

A prisoner who is sentenced to serve a prison term of six months and one day to three years.

They are prisoners who are convicted by final judgment by the competent court.

This shall refer to the exemption of an individual, within certain limits or conditions, resulting in the partial extinction of his criminal liability.

What bureau has the direct supervision and control over all the correctional facilities in the Philippines?

It is a holistic practice that encompasses massage and bodywork but is not confined to work nor the people often expect when they hear massage?

Residential treatment for SUD’s emerged in the late 1950’s out of the self-help recovery movement, which included groups such as______.

This juridical, condition of penalty states that penalty should apply to all transgressors of the law.

It is the belief that something positive should be accomplished during the incarceration period that forms the basis of the rehabilitative approach:

A punishment of an ecclesiastical court for some spiritual offense.

The risk of adolescent health and behavioral problems, including substance use disorder, rises with lack of parenting skills, high levels of ______.

Clearances from the police, court and prosecutor’s office where the petitioner resides are not necessary for the contests of petition.

The postponement of the execution of a death sentence to a certain date:

Which is not a form of Executive Clemency?

The entrusting for confinement of an inmate to a jail by competent authority for investigation, trial or service of sentence.

On what university can you find Bentham’s memorabilias?

______, by contrast, are given a positive emphasis as being essential to both social learning and personal growth.

The word “prison” comes from this Greco-Roman word:

He shall act as the adviser of the on the implementation of prison projects

A crime strategy that focuses on keeping the offenders in the community rather placing them in long-term confinement.

He organized the academy of the fist.

Amendment to PD 968 that made appeal & probation mutually exclusive remedies.

Minimum security prison shall wear this color of uniform:

He exercise and maintain security custodianship of inmates in all penal institution:

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