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A1 PASSERS TRAINING, RESEARCH, REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY NON INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS

1. The first probation law was passed in the year 1878, in. a. Chicago c. England b. Massachusetts d. Pennsylvania 2. The purpose of this meeting is to evaluate the inmates readiness for early release. a. Pre- release treatment c. Classification meeting b. Pre parole interview d. Admissions meeting 3. A program specially planned to prepare the offender prior to his release on parole. a. Pre- release treatment c. Classification meeting b. Pre parole interview d. Admissions meeting 4. When prisoners are used for repair of buildings, roads, bridges, and flood control, this type of prison labor is? a. Lease System c. Public Works And Ways System b. Contact System d. Public Account System 5. Products made by prisoners are sold in the open market. a. Lease System c. Public Works And Ways System b. Contact System d. Public Account System 6. Under this system, a contractor supplies raw materials and pays the state for the amount of work or output produced by the prisoner. a. Lease System c. Price-Piece System b. Contact System d. Public Account System 7. When a contractor merely engages prison labor and the state retains control of the prisoner, the prison labor is classified as: a. Lease System c. Public Works And Ways System b. Contact System d. Public Account System 8. Ministration of the sick is an important function of the? a. Chaplain c. Medical officer b. Custodial officer d. Psychiatrist 9. It is provides development and acquisition of skills necessary for successful work in a socially accepted occupation while in prison. a. Vocational training program c. Work program b. Educational program d. Prison labor 10. It provides an environment that will be conducive to the mental and physical development of an inmate. a. Vocational training program c. Recreational program b. Work program d. Educational program 11. It is an integral part in prisoners rehabilitation which serves as an outlet for human expression and a form of release from ones inherent desire to create. a. Music c. Arts and craft b. Sports d. Drama and literary activities 12. It helps in the improvement of the prisoner in the cultural and practical aspect of social living? a. Recreational living c. Sports activities b. Arts and crafts d. Library service 13. Which among the following is not a part of an ideal medical service in a prison facility? a. Medicine and surgery c. Dentistry b. Psychiatry d. None of the foregoing 14. A mild form of punishment which is enough deterrence for prisoners with clean record who wants to be considered for early release. a. Counsel and reprimand c. Loss of privilege b. Solitary confinement d. Loss of good time 15. It is not to be considered as a punishment when used to prevent as inmate from influencing witnesses or of preventing injury to himself or others. a. Counsel and reprimand c. Loss of privilege b. Solitary confinement d. Loss of good time 16. It aims to obtain clear case description and social history as well as help in solving immediate family problems of the inmate. a. Casework c. Counseling b. Case method d. Individualized treatment 17. It provides extensive diagnosis and treatment to discover the cause of prisoner maladjustment and improve his behavior. a. Casework c. Counseling b. Clinical services d. Individualized treatment 18. Serves primarily as a mechanical release of felt physical tension while in prison for male inmates, it is based on is self gratification. a. Homosexuality c. Masturbation b. Sodomy d. Conjugal visit 19. It provides some opportunities for inmates of a normal sex life. a. Homosexuality b. Sodomy

c. Masturbation d. Conjugal visit 20. Inmates who have attained the status of _____________is allowed by law to live with their families, it is a common practice in Sablayan, Iwahig and Davao Prison and Penal Farm. a. Trustees c. Parolees b. Colonists d. Both A and B 21. Referred to as a Law On Working Detention. a. Act No. 1533 c. Act No. 3326 b. Act No. 3316 d. Act No. 4103 22. Law on prescription of penalty. a. Act No. 1533 c. Act No. 3326 b. Act No. 3316 d. Act No. 4103 23. Basis for granting good conduct time allowance for inmates. a. Act No. 1533 c. Act No. 3326 b. Act No. 3316 d. Act No. 4103 24. Indeterminate Sentence Law a. Act No. 1533 c. Act No. 3326 b. Act No. 3316 d. Act No. 4103 25. Empowered by law to exercise supervision over jails by means of standard setting to promote discipline of inmates and secure reformation and safe custody of prisoners of all classes. a. Bureau Of Jail Management And c. Bureau Of Corrections Penology d. Commission On Human Rights b. Bureau Of Prisons 26. Nature of conditional pardon given to inmates in whom the recipients must accept it before it takes effect, and the pardonee is under obligations to comply imposed therein. a. Contact c. Punishment b. Privilege d. Act of grace 27. In the practice and procedure of probation office charged with the task of selecting defendants for probation. a. Probationer c. Chief Probation Officer b. Probation Officer d. Probation Aides 28. Unit within the probation office charge with the task of selecting defendants for probation a. Investigation division c. Custodial division b. Supervision division d. RDC 29. It pertains to information regarding significant family, personal, economic factors of the offenders life. a. Social history c. Antecedent b. Marital status d. Character and behavior 30. Primary basis in granting parole? a. Response with correctional treatment b. Progress within the correctional institution c. Good behavior and rapport among inmates and prison guards d. Both A and B 31. Parole although not a form of executive clemency is: a. Judicial function c. Legislative function b. Executive function d. Court function 32. In the Philippines the Members of the Board of Pardon and Parole are. a. Full time board c. Governmental agency b. Part time board d. Non- governmental organization 33. This is prepared by the prisons classification committee for the purpose of indicating what is essential for the best interest of the future parolee and contains an appraisal of the prisoners personality and need for adjustment upon return to society. a. Pre Release Progress Report c. Parole Referral Summary b. Pre Board Summary d. Post Sentence Investigation Report 34. It is use by the parole board as a guide in determining the prisoners eligibility for parole and preparing his parole program. a. Pre Release Progress Report c. Parole Referral Summary b. Pre Board Summary d. Post Sentence Investigation Report 35. A parole officer undertakes what particular broad function? a. Community protection c. Supervision of parolee b. Service to individuals d. Both a and b 36. This is a method of helping parolees by which the parole office performs referral services. a. Manipulative technique c. Case work technique b. Executive technique d. Guidance and counseling technique 37. Refers to a formal group or association organized to promote social or individual welfare? a. Community agencies c. Family service agencies b. Social service exchange d. NGOs 38. A security facility, usually operated by the police for temporary detention of persons held under custodial investigation a. Lock-up c. Ordinary jail b. Work house jail d. Detention center 39. Frank an inmate is unable to sleep and eat while serving his sentence due to loneliness and despair should undergo.

a. Rehabilitation c. Corrections b. Guidance d. Counseling 40. RA 4225 created what particular government agency? a. Department Of Justice c. Probation Office b. Bureau Of Corrections d. Board Of Pardon And Parole 41. Maximum term of office for those appointed as members of the Board of Pardon and Parole. a. 3 years c. 5 years b. 4 years d. 6 years 42. Who is the granting authority in giving probation to qualified petitioners? a. Court c. President b. Probation officer d. Board of indeterminate sentence 43. Under the indeterminate sentence law, who acts as chairman of the board of pardon and paroles? a. DILG secretary c. PNP chief b. DOJ Secretary d. President 44. Minimum period of probation provided by the law? a. 1 year b. 2 years c. 3 years d. 4 years 45. It refers to the community reaction to convicted offenders. a. Corrections c. Rehabilitations b. Probations d. Parole 46. Under the rules and methods employed by probation, what is the maximum number of minor violations that would result in the revocation of the probation order? a. 5 violations c. 3 violations b. 4 violations d. 2 violations 47. The merging of supervision of parole and probation is mandated by what particular law? a. Executive order 392 c. RD 968 b. Executive order 292 d. RA 4221 48. Probation is a privilege granted to deserving and qualified petitioners, when does it become a matter of right? a. After the submission of a PSIR c. When no appeal was undertaken b. When the convict files a petition for d. When his probation is approved probation 49. Under our laws when will probationer report to his designated probation officer? a. Upon initial interview d. Within 72 hours after probation order has b. Upon the completion of the PSIR been granted c. Upon court order 50. A US law which allowed convicts to be gainfully employed during the day while residing in prison. a. Huber Law c. Split Sentence Law b. Harbard Law d. Furlough law 51. It refers to the continuing relationship between the probationer and the probation officer? a. Initial interview c. Supervision b. Post sentence investigation d. Orientation 52. Before travel for probationer outside the jurisdiction of the City/ Provincial Probation Office, application for court approval should be filed within how many days? a. 45 days b. 30 days c. 15 days d. 5 days 53. A French and Belgian innovation to probation which requires no supervision on the condition that the probationer would not commit an offense within a prescribed period? a. Split sentence c. Furlough b. Sursis d. Parole 54. Within how many days should the request for outside travel shall be filed by the probationer to the probation office, prior to the date of his intended an offense within prescribed period? a. 5 days b. 10 days c. 15 days d. 30 days 55. It refers to the notes given to the police agency which signifies that the probationer is under the supervision of his designated probation officer? a. Chrome card c. Flash sheet b. Kardex card d. Field sheet 56. The maximum period of probation when the sentence is not more than one year? a. 6 years b. 4 years c. 2 years d. 1 years 57. When will the court deny application for probation of a petitioner? a. Petitioner is a foreigner d. Petitioner can be treated well in an b. Petitioner is a drug dependant institution c. Petitioner violates the condition 58. When will you close a probation case? a. When the probationer absconds the place b. When he incurred violations c. When there is recommendation for revocation d. When the termination order is approved 59. Under PD 603, should a juvenile offender becomes incorrigible during his reformation period, he is brought to the court for__________. a. Release b. Pronouncement of judgment

c. Probation d. Pardon 60. It refers to the relation between the CPPO and the SPPO and the probationer a. Supervision c. Executive supervision b. Courtesy supervision d. Administrative supervision 61. The probationer is not exempted from the legal effects of his punishment upon the final discharge? a. Penalty c. Civil liability b. Fine d. Criminal liability 62. The unprecedented achievement of martial law which transported the Philippine corrections toward the modern system convict rehabilitation. a. Price control c. Probation law b. Peace and order d. Infrastructure programs 63. Probation started in what particular country, in the year 1841? a. England c. United States Of America b. France d. Spain 64. Sponsored House Bill 393, An Act establishing Adult Probation In The Philippines. a. Juan Ponce Enrile c. Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos b. Teodulo C. Natiivdad d. Ramon Bagatsing Sr. 65. A procedure by which prisoners are selected for release on the basis on individual response and progress. a. Probation b. Parole c. Pardon d. Amnesty 66. The primary purpose of probation a. Rehabilitation c. Retribution b. Welfare of the community d. Punitive sanction 67. Effect of executive order 292 a. Courtesy Supervision c. Creation Of The Board Of Pardon And b. Administrative Supervision Parole d. Merging Supervision 68. This decree mandated the disqualification of the petitioners application for probation is an appeal is perfected? a. PD 603 b. PD 968 c. PD 1990 d. PD 1257 69. Created the Board Of Pardons And Parole? a. Indeterminate Sentence Law c. Probation Law b. Executive Order 292 d. House Bill 393 70. The preliminary form filed up by the probationer within 72 hours after the release of his probation order? a. Work Sheet c. Flash Sheet b. Filed Notebook d. Chrome Card 71. It Is the supervision undertaken by other probation office which is not permanent in nature a. Merging supervision c. Transfer supervision b. Courtesy supervision d. Operational supervision 72. Brief of an investigation conducted by probation officer not within the jurisdiction of the court? a. Post sentence investigation report c. Courtesy investigation report b. Pre sentence investigation report d. Initial investigation report 73. It is a continuing state of good order? a. Discipline c. Communication b. Morale d. Loyalty 74. It is the alternative for jail confinement in modern penology a. Parole b. Probation c. Pardon d. Amnesty 75. Refers to a mental condition of individuals or groups regarding courage, hope, zeal and confidence in the present principles and way of life. a. Virtue c. Moral b. Fortitude d. Positive discipline 76. In determining whether a petitioner may be placed on probation the court shall consider information relative to which of the following? a. Character c. Mental/physical conditions of the offender b. Antecedents/environment d. All of these 77. For a convicted offender, probation is a form of___________________. a. Punishment c. Treatment b. Enjoyment d. Incarceration 78. The law that suspends the sentence of minor offenders whose ages ranges from (9) years to under (18) years and places them in rehabilitation centers a. PD 603 c. PD 968 b. PD 923 d. PD 1202 79. When shall probation order take effect? a. Three days after issuance c. Upon its issuance b. Three days prior to issuance d. Upon reporting to the probation officer 80. Mainly responsible for the implementation of a prisoners treatment program? a. RDC c. Classification Committee b. Warden d. All of the above 81. Under Art. 8. Sec. 10, par (b) of the Philippine Constitution, pardoning power is vested in the? a. Chief executive b. Judiciary

c. Legislature d. Department of Justice 82. It refers to a disposition after which defendant after conviction and sentence is released, subject to the conditions imposed by the court. a. Parole c. Pardon b. Probation d. Amnesty 83. Regarded as the father of Philippine probation. a. Ramon Bagatsing Sr. c. Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos b. Teodulo C. Natividad d. Juan Ponce Enrile 84. Signed into law RA 968, an Act establishing Probation in the Philippines. a. Ramon Bagatsing Sr. c. Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos b. Teodulo C. Natividad d. Juan Ponce Enrile 85. He was referred to us the father of English Probation a. Matthew Davenport Hill c. John Augustus b. Edward Savage d. Alexander Rice 86. A Boston shoe maker who advocated in behalf of alcoholics and youthful offenders as known as the father of probation. a. Matthew Davenport Hill c. John Augustus b. Edward Savage d. Alexander Rice 87. In the year 1887, this former Boston Chief of Police was appointed as the first probation officer in the whole world. a. Matthew Davenport Hill c. John Augustus b. Edward Savage d. Alexander Rice 88. What particular law established probation in the Philippines for the first time? a. PD 968 b. RA 968 c. Act 4221 d. RA 4221 89. Formerly, pardon was applied to a member of the ______________who committed crimes and occasionally to those convicted of offenses against the monarchy a. Rebellious family c. Mendicant family b. Royal family d. Indigent family 90. Celebrated case which paved the way for the abolition of the first probation law. a. People Vs. Vera, 37 O. G 164 c. Vera Vs. People, 376 O. G. 164 b. People Vs. De Vera , 376 O. G 164 d. De Vera Vs. People, 376 O. .G. 164 91. Historic signing of PD 968 which transported Philippine Criminal Justice system to the 20th century. a. July 22, 1976 c. July 24, 1976 b. July 23, 1976 d. August 7, 1935 92. Within how many days after verdict must a petitioner file his application for probation? a. 10 days b. 15 days c. 30 days d. 60 days 93. Minimum number of probations under supervision of probation aide? a. 3 b. 5 c. 7 d. 9 94. Maximum period of probation for a person convicted to suffer prison correctional. a. 2 years b. 4 years c. 6 years d. 8 years 95. It serves as the basis in granting probation for qualified petitioners. a. Post Sentence Investigation Report c. Admissions Summary b. Pre Sentence Investigation Report d. Behavior Report 96. Minimum number of days given to probation officers in accomplishing PSIR> a. 30 days b. 60 days c. 90 days d. 120 days 97. After receiving the PSIR, within how many days must a judge decide whether to grant or deny probation? a. 5 days b. 15 days c. 30 days d. 60 days 98. It refers to a person placed under probation? a. Petitioner c. Probation officer b. Probationer d. Convict 99. It refers to a suspension of sentence after which the convict is released upon serving the minimum sentence imposed by law and subject to his good behavior and positive reaction to rehabilitation programs. a. Probation c. Parole b. Pardon d. Amnesty 100. A person placed under probation for the maximum period imposed by law would have to report to his probation officer how many times per month? a. Once b. Twice c. More than twice d. All of the above

A1 PASSERS TRAINING, RESEARCH, REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Non- Institutional Corrections (Probation, Rehabilitation, Parole) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. The father of Philippine probation The first probation officer in the world The maximum number of probationers under the supervision of a probation aide A petition for probation may be filed within____days after the receipt of judgment of conviction. He approves the petition for probation Father of Probation Are persons convicted to serve a period of imprisonment of not than six months Are persons who by reasons of their sentence may be deprived of liberty of not more than three years, or those who are unable to pay a fine of 1,000 pesos? They are prisoners convicted to serve a term of incarceration of more than three years. This is the old practice of exile or banishment Philippine Law, only allows________________probation. Upon submission of the Post Sentence Investigation Report which is highly confidential, the court would have to resolve whether to grant or deny the petition for probation within __________days. A probationer who is about to travel should inform the court________days prior to his travel arrangement. A probationer who is about to travel should inform the court days prior to his travel arrangement. In case the probationer wishes to change his residence, he must inform the court _________days before the intended transfer of residence. Maximum period of probation For convicted offenders given probation whose term of imprisonment does not exceed 1 year, the maximum period of probation is___________________years. Are those additional conditions imposed by the court geared towards rehabilitation and corrections outside the prison? Joint processes that take place between the probation officer and the assistant probation officer during the conduct of operational supervision. The probationer is in need of moderate attention and required to report at least twice a month to his probation officer. The relationship between the probation officer and the assistant. Probation officers during the conduct of operational supervision. Known as the Exterminate Sentence Law Form of supervised conditional liberty from prison granted prior to the expiration of the sentence. Paole was derived from the French word Parole d Honeur meaning___________. Parole is different from probation in that the former is an _____________function while the latter is a judicial function. Parole is granted by the______________________________. Those penalties expressly imposed by the court in the judgment for conviction. In this method of prison labor, the state retains control and supervision while a contractor pays the state commensurate amount of work toiled by the prisoners. In this method, the state is the sole proprietor and sell the products made I prison to open market. Wholesome and healthy activities either or groups or in small number of participants would unable the prisoners to fight the ill effects of______________.

Police Photography

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A lens which is used for surveillance, with a focal length of more than twice the diagonal of its negative material .(70 mm or more)

2. Refers to the light gathering power of the lens, expressed in F-numbers 3. Type of light wherein objects in pen space cast a deep and uniform shadow 4. The primary color are blue, green and ___________ 5. The wavelength of electro magnetic energy in reference to visible light.

6. Type of photographic ray that is used to photograph fingerprints on multi-colored background, documents that are altered chemically or over writing and detection of secret writing. 7. Type of film that is sensitive to ultra-violet ray, to blue and green but not with the red color. 8. Refers to the extent to which an emulsion is sensitive to the general types of speed ratings, the ASA, DIN and ISO are its general types of speed ratings. 9. A photographic paper used for enlarging images. 10. In police photography; single, glossy and ___________paper is used. 11. It is basically a light tight box with a pinhole or a lens, shutter and holder of sensitized material. 12. Its main purpose is to focus the light coming from the direction of the subject and is mainly responsible for the sharpness of the image formed through which light passes during the exposure. 13. Basically, a camera has_______________essential parts. 14. He coined the word photography, derived from the Greek words phos which means light and grapho which means to draw. 15. The art and science that deals with the study of the principles of photography, the preparation of photographic evidence and its application to police work. 16. Type of natural light where objects in open space casts no shadow. 17. This is the inability of the lens to focus all the colors in the same place. 18. A condition where the outer part of the image produced by the lens will be magnified either less or more than the center image. 19. Also known as lateral spherical aberration which concerns the rays entering the lens of obliquely. 20. The inability of the lens to focus lines running in different direction like for example a cross. 21. The distance measured form the optical center of the lens to the film plane when the lens is set or focused at the infinity position. 22. The distance measured from the nearest to the farthest object in apparent sharp focus when the lens is set or focused at a particular distance. 23. Refers to the mechanism that measures the angle of convergence of light coming from the subject as seen from two apertures 24. Is an intermediate bath between the developer and the fixer? It is usually in water blue acetic acid or just plain water . Primarily its function is to prevent the contamination of the chemical solution. 25. Is a homogeneous medium which absorbs the transmits different light rays passing though it. A color filter work in such a way that it will transmit its own colors and absorbs all other colors. 26. Minimum number of photographs used in order to show adequately a crime scene confined in a room 27. The average speed of light 28. Film which is sensitive to all colors especially to blue and violet. It is suitable for general use in the preparation of black and white photographs. 29. The smallest and simplest type of camera. 30. The biggest and the most sophisticated among the different types of cameras.

CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION Institutional Corrections (Jail and Prison Management)

1. Penology was derived from the Latin word__________________which literally means pain. 2. Known as the Father of Penology. 3. Personal vengeance. 4. Another term for group vengeance. 5. Country where the last burning at stake was held as a form of death penalty. 6. Original objective of prison labor 7. A term of imprisonment for 20 years and 1 day to 40 years 8. Finest reformatory institution for boys 9. An effective means of social control

10. The quarantine period of the RDC where new inmates undertakes physical and medical examination. 11. Ideally the period where a new inmate stays the RDC for completion of diagnosis and treatment planning 12. Minimum frequency of counting of inmates on a daily basis 13. An inmate who is considered a maximum custodial risk if he is wearing a _______________colored uniform. 14. The highest income earner of the Bureau of Corrections. 15. A form of punishment in which the offender suffers mutilation disfiguration, flogging and maiming. 16. It causes shame to the offender wherein their hair is shaved off, branded and the use of stocks, docking stool and pillory. 17. It is base don the belief that the offender when punished and inflicted with suffering would learn lifes lessons the hard way. 18. It is the latest justification resorted to by the impression punishment. It operates by attempting to reform and rehabilitate law violators would return to the community as responsible and productive members of society. 19. Community reaction to a convicted offender. 20. An act of grace by the chief executive, given by the chief executive given after conviction which exempts the offender from suffering criminal liability. 21. It is the suspension of sentence of a convict after serving the minimum term of intermediate penalty, without granting pardon. 22. It a change made by the President of the courts decision by lowering the degree of penalty imposed by the court in the judgment of conviction. 23. A disposition after which the dependent after conviction and sentence is released subject to the conditions imposed by the court and the supervision of a probation officer.

24. Deductions to the term of imprisonment due to the convicts exceptional good behavior while serving his sentence. 25. A sentence of imprisonment for the minimum period defined by law subject termination by a parole board at anytime after service of the minimum period. 26. Punishment is a means of restoring balance between pleasure and pain, this was asserted to by Aristotle in his book entitles, Nicomechian Ethics. 27. The advocates emerged 30 years A. D., contented that punishment has a redemptive purpose for violations of law are evil in nature. 28. Influenced by the 1819 French Code by the Quakers of a New England, the idea of giving emphasis on the crimes and its causes rather than the criminal himself. 29. Often referred to as the Italian School of Criminology, which primarily existed due to the efforts of Cesare Lombroso an army surgeon and anthropologist. 30. An Italian of Spanish origin; he stressed that crimes would be understood by scientific methods in recognizing traits and circumstances of criminal offenders. 31. An Italian who advocated the Theory of Imputability and Denial of Freewill focusing more on the social, physical and anthropological factors.

32. Its features were single cell confinement at night and congregate works for convicts at day. 33. It advocated the practice of having the convicts confined in their both day and night while observing complete silence. This system was made the model of prison facilities for most European countries although costly to operate. 34. Established agricultural colonies for male youthful offenders, where the focus of rehabilitation is re education while being housed in cottages with the supervision of selected house fathers. 35. In 1856 as chairman of the Directors of Irish prisons, he introduced the progressive stage system also known as the Irish System. 36. He was the superintendent at the Elmira Reformatory in New York; he introduced a system of grades and prisoners. 37. The period covering 1870 to 1880 was regarded as the _________________age of penology. 38. It is mainly maximum security facility which became the center for incarceration of national prisoners in the Philippines. 39. The ______________camp wherein the RDC, medium security facility and Youth Rehabilitation Center is housed to originally accommodate 1,200 prisoners is one of the satellite sites at the New Bilibid Prisons. 40. Constructed at southern Zamboanga originally detain political offenders. 41. Established to house and isolate incorrigibles or those convicts deemed beyond rehabilitation, this institution has no walls and is presently considered as one of the finest institution in the world. 42. It is the only penal institution for women was established in 1931 on an 18 hectare lot located in Madaluyong, Rizal by virtue of Act 3579. 43. An open type agricultural prison facility which is the youngest and fastest growing penal institution under the Philippine correctional administration system.

44. This is the designated place of confinement for hardened criminals and those troublemakers and escapees. The operating cost for such structures is not practical and the conditions thereat are deemed in human. 45. It is in due form if it bears the signature of the judge, the seal of the court or committing authority and the attestation of the clerk of court. 46. It is a written compilation made by the staff regarding their findings on the prisoner. 47. It carries out the treatment program of the convict. 48. They include those who cannot be trusted in less secured areas wherein those convicts conduct requires minimum supervision. 49. Anything found in the possession of the convict which is against rules and regulations, such as jewelry, firearm, dangerous drugs and deadly weapons. 50. A continuing state of good order.

Non- Institutional Corrections (Probation, Rehabilitation, Parole) 1. The father of Philippine probation 2. The first probation officer in the world

3. The maximum number of probationers under the supervision of a probation aide 4. A petition for probation may be filed within____days after the receipt of judgment of conviction. 5. He approves the petition for probation 6. Father of Probation 7. Are persons convicted to serve a period of imprisonment of not than six months 8. Are persons who by reasons of their sentence may be deprived of liberty of not more than three years, or those who are unable to pay a fine of 1,000 pesos? 9. They are prisoners convicted to serve a term of incarceration of more than three years. 10. This is the old practice of exile or banishment 11. Philippine Law, only allows________________probation. 12. Upon submission of the Post Sentence Investigation Report which is highly confidential, the court would have to resolve whether to grant or deny the petition for probation within __________days. 13. A probationer who is about to travel should inform the court________days prior to his travel arrangement. 14. A probationer who is about to travel should inform the court days prior to his travel arrangement. 15. In case the probationer wishes to change his residence, he must inform the court _________days before the intended transfer of residence. 16. Maximum period of probation 17. For convicted offenders given probation whose term of imprisonment does not exceed 1 year, the maximum period of probation is___________________years.

18. Are those additional conditions imposed by the court geared towards rehabilitation and corrections outside the prison? 19. Joint processes that take place between the probation officer and the assistant probation officer during the conduct of operational supervision. 20. The probationer is in need of moderate attention and required to report at least twice a month to his probation officer. 21. The relationship between the probation officer and the assistant. Probation officers during the conduct of operational supervision. 22. Known as the Exterminate Sentence Law 23. Form of supervised conditional liberty from prison granted prior to the expiration of the sentence. 24. Paole was derived from the French word Parole d Honeur meaning___________. 25. Parole is different from probation in that the former is a _____________function while the latter is a judicial function. 26. Parole is granted by the______________________________. 27. Those penalties expressly imposed by the court in the judgment for conviction.

28. In this method of prison labor, the state retains control and supervision while a contractor pays the state commensurate amount of work toiled by the prisoners. 29. In this method, the state is the sole proprietor and sell the products made I prison to open market. 30. Wholesome and healthy activities either or groups or in small number of participants would unable the prisoners to fight the ill effects of______________.

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