What Is the Dual Dilemma Mentally Ill Inmates Pose for Correctional
What is the dual dilemma mentally ill inmates pose for correctional administrators?
A) They may be serving a long sentence but do not remember why.
B) They are often targeted by other inmates and need protection.
C) They are often confused and require more monitoring.
D) They are often violent and may be serving a long sentence.
What are the three reasons prison gangs are formed?
A) survival, protection, and dominance
B) solidarity, protection, and power
C) dominance, solidarity, and companionship
D) protection, power, and dominance
Which of the following is true of prison gangs?
A) They are typically very highly organized.
B) They are structured along racial or ethnic lines.
C) They have more members than street gangs.
D) They are more powerful in federal prisons than state prisons.
How are prison officials attempting to mitigate the problem of gangs within the institution?
A) Charging gang members with additional criminal complaints.
B) Placing greater restrictions on gang members.
C) Transferring gang leaders to other institutions.
D) Forcing the integration of different gang members.