Intro CJ Ch 6.4 Multiple Choice Questions (12)

An officer charged with the supervision of offenders sentenced to community-based sanctions.

  • Conditions of Parole
  • Inactive Supervision
  • Parole Officer
  • Split Sentence

A SCOTUS ruling that enumerated certain due process rights in probation revocation hearings.

  • Work Release Program
  • Gagnon v. Scarpelli (1973)
  • Split Sentence
  • Parole

A program that allows trusted or closely monitored inmates to leave confinement for the purpose of work, then returning to secure confinement when the workday is complete.

  • Work Release Program
  • Gagnon v. Scarpelli (1973)
  • Revocation
  • Absconder

Rules that parolees must follow in order to remain on parole, such as not using drugs and not associating with known felons.

  • Gagnon v. Scarpelli (1973)
  • Absconder
  • Conditions of Parole
  • Split Sentence

A person who has been released from prison on parole.

  • Conditions of Parole
  • Parolee
  • Absconder
  • Parole Officer

The act of taking an offender off of parole or probation and sending them to prison.

  • Absconder
  • Split Sentence
  • Parole Officer
  • Revocation

A type of early release from prison where the offender must abide by certain specified conditions and be supervised in the community.

  • Active Supervision
  • Parole
  • Split Sentence
  • Inactive Supervision

A type of sentence where the offender spends up to half of the sentence outside of prison under community supervision.

  • Community Corrections
  • Split Sentence
  • Revocation
  • Work Release Program

A Boston bootmaker that became the “Father of Probation” in the United States.

  • Work Release Program
  • John Augustus
  • Community Corrections
  • Conditions of Parole

The supervision of criminal offenders in the resident population, as opposed to confining offenders in secure correctional facilities.

  • Parole Officer
  • Active Supervision
  • Community Corrections
  • Technical Violation

A type of probation or parole where the client is required to regularly report to a probation or parole officer.

  • Inactive Supervision
  • Active Supervision
  • Community Corrections
  • Technical Violation

A probationer or parolee that does not “check in” with his or her probation officer within a specified amount of time.

  • Active Supervision
  • Split Sentence
  • John Augustus
  • Absconder

A probation (or parole) status where the probationer does not have to report.

  • Work Release Program
  • Inactive Supervision
  • Parole
  • Community Corrections

A violation of the conditions of probation or parole.

  • Split Sentence
  • Absconder
  • Parole Officer
  • Technical Violation