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COMPREHENSIVE Examination Third Day April 27, 2012 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

m. ===================================================================== COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION IN CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION SET A

INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by marking the box corresponding to the letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Use pencil no. 1 only. ===================================================================== 1. It believes that punishment gives a lesson to the offender and that it holds crime commission in check. A. Retribution B. Expiation C. Protection D. Deterrence He advocated the theory that punishment should prevent others from committing like offenses and should be on the degree of severity enough to deter others. A. Lombroso B. Bentham C. Becarria D. Ferri A system of trial and punishment which is reformatory in purpose. A. Canonical Courts B. Kings Court C. Primitive justice D. Judicial Individualization It resulted in class discrimination due to wide use of discretion in imposing penalties. A. Canonical Courts B. Kings Court C. Primitive justice D. Judicial Individualization Its main advantage was it was easy to administer and eliminated arbitrary sentence. A. Classical School B. Neo-Classical School C. Positivist School D. Modern Clinical School System advocated by the American because it is cheaper to maintain. A. Elmira Reformatory B. Borstal C. Auburn System D. Pennsylvania

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It is a training school type of institution work and extensive use of parole. A. Elmira Reformatory B. Borstal C. Auburn System D. Pennsylvania

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A wardens responsibility to provide leadership and assign responsibility for selection, training, recruitment and supervision. A. Decision Making B. Personnel Program C. Public Relation D. Executive Leadership Chairman of the Director of Irish prisons, he introduced the progressive system which attempted to place the responsibility for self improvement on the prisoner himself through successive stages. A. Manuel Montesinos B. Sir Walter Crofton C. Domets of France D. ZR Brockway

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10. For minimum security institution, the purpose of fencing the surrounding is: A. To keep away the civilian population from entering the institution. B. It is design to prevent escapes. C. It is design for agricultural purposes D. It is design to facilitate open view of the surrounding. 11. It is regarded as the most important program that aide in the rehabilitation of prisoners. A. Recreational program B. Educational program C. Religious program D. Employment of prisoners 12. Minimum number of times in counting the inmates on daily basis. A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five 13. It is a continuing state of good order. A. Discipline B. Morale C. Communication D. Loyalty 14. It is a relationship in which one endeavors to help another understand and solve his problem s of adjustment. A. Preventive Discipline B. Communication C. Counseling D. All of the Above

15. It is a method of punishment resorted to in extreme cases when lighter penalties are ineffectual. A. Bartolina B. Solitary Confinement C. Close Confinement D. All of the above 16. A person who is sentenced to serve imprisonment for not more than six months. A. Municipal prisoner B. City prisoner C. Provincial prisoner D. Insular prisoner 17. Which among the following is not among the classification of prisoners under Presidential decree 29? A. Municipal prisoner B. Provincial prisoner C. Insular prisoner D. Detention prisoner 18. It has been noted as the best reform institution for young offenders? A. Pennsylvania B. Auburn System C. Elmira reformatory D. Borstal Institution 19. It is an institution originally intended to detain or house political offenders. A. Iwahig penal colony B. San Ramon Penal Colony C. Davao Penal colony D. Sablayan Penal farm 20. It is considered as the biggest income earner among the Philippine Correctional Institution. A. Iwahig Penal Colony B. San Ramon Prison and Penal Farm C. Davao Penal Colony D. Sablayan Prison and farm 21. It is a primitive justification of punishment in the sense that it is in form of personal vengeance or putting the law into ones own hand. A. Retribution B. Deterrence C. Expiation D. Reformation 22. It starts from the admissions report of individual inmates and serves as the basis in granting parole. A. Admission Summary B. Misconduct report C. Behavior Report D. Cumulative Case Summary

23. Issued by the basis for the A. Mittimus B. Detention C. Bail D. Probation

court to a correctional facility indicating the confinement of a prisoner. Order Order

24. A code which adopted the principle and eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth. A. Code of Kalantiaw B. Hammurabis code C. Bible D. French code 25. What is the main objective of segregation? A. Diversification by Age B. Diversification by degree of imprisonment C. Diversification by Sex D. Prevention of physical and moral contamination 26. It is mainly responsible for the implementation of a prisoners treatment program? A. RDC B. Warden C. Classification Committee D. All of the above 27. It is a part of the classification wherein the prisoners are examined and test are administered top check on the physical and mental condition of the prisoners. A. Diagnosis B. Treatment Planning C. Execution D. Re-classification 28. It paved the way for exempting law violators from their criminal liability by reason of insanity. A. People Vs. Vera B. Sursis C. MNaghtan Case (1843) D. Furlough 29. Oldest penal institution operated under the Bureau of Corrections. A. Iwahig Penal Colony B. San Ramon Prison and Penal Farm C. New Bilibid Prison D. Sablayan Penal Colony 30. He advocated the progressive system, by issuing ticket to leave for deserving inmates which is equivalent to parole, and he was noted as the Father of Modern Penology. A. Alexander Moconochie B. Walter Crofton C. Z.R. Brockway D. Evelyn Ruggles Brise

31. They are prisoners who may be allowed to work outside the fence of the institution under guard escorts. Generally they are employed as agricultural workers. A. Super security prisoners B. Medium security prisoners C. Maximum security prisoners D. Minimum security prisoners 32. It houses a small population of inmates who are considered chronic trouble makers, escapes and incorrigibles, similar to Alcatraz. A. Super security prisoners B. Medium security prisoners C. Maximum security prisoners D. Minimum security prisoners 33. The housing units are of cell type blocks and prisoners are not allowed to work outside. A. Super security facility B. Medium security institution C. Maximum security institution D. Minimum security institution 34. An institution designed to service a big institution it makes a critical study of the prisoners for their proper treatment program. A. Classification Committee B. Quarantine Unit C. Reception Diagnostic Center D. Infirmary 35. He recommends the transfer and type of custody applicable to the prisoner. A. Medical Officer B. Vocations Counselor C. Custodian-Correctional Officer D. Chaplain 36. It provides some opportunities for inmates of a normal sex life. A. Homosexuality B. Sodomy C. Masturbation D. Conjugal visit 37. 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 B. Colonist C. Parolees D. Both A and B 38. of jails are the following, except A. Lockup B. Workhouse, jail farm or camp house C. Ordinary jail D. Stockade

39. It is a security facility for the temporary detention of persons held for investigation or awaiting preliminary hearing A. Lockup B. lockin C. lockout D. lockjaw 40. It is minimum custody jail wherein offender serving short sentences with constructive work programs A. Workhouse B. camp house C. jail farm D. all of the above 41. Houses both offenders awaiting court action and those serving short sentences usually up to 3 years A. Ordinary jail B. lockup C. special jail D. stockade 42. City and municipal jails are under the A. DILG B. DOJ C. Office of the Mayor D. BJMP 43. Is anything found in the possession of the prisoner contrary to rules and regulations A. narcotics B. alcoholic beverages C. weapons D. contraband 44. Enjoys the reputation of being the best open institution the world over. Only mutual trust and confidence between the wards and the prison authorities keep them together, there being no walls A. Tagaytay Rehabilitation Center B. National Bilibid Prison C. Sablayan Penal Colony D. Iwahig Penal Colony 45. Reason for the delay of releasing prisoner A. Cannot defray expenses in going home B. Prisoner suffering from mental derangement C. Prisoner failed to return government issued uniform D. Prisoner died in confinement 46. Classification of sentenced prisoners are the following except A. Insular prisoner B. city prisoner C. municipal prisoner D. Provincial prisoner 47. Carries out the treatment program of the prisoner which is composed of the warden as Chairman, deputy warden for custody as Assistant Chairman, with the Deputy Warden for Classification and treatment, Production manager, Chief Medical services, Chaplain, and Psychologist or psychiatrist as members

A. classification committee B. admission committee C. testing and acceptance committee D. commitment committee 48. Strong and escape proof institution is desirable A. it is desirable to prevent escape of inmates B. sometimes it is good if management is likewise good C. good management prevents escape of inmates than escape proof institution D. escape can be prevented if complemented by proper recruitment of prison personnel, careful classification and good personnel management 49. a prisoner/inmate may be taken out of jail only upon A. bail for his temporary B. orders of competent court or authority and provided with armed escorts C. on recognizance D. all of them 50. as far as practicability is concerned, only those police personnel who can be assigned to duty in city or municipal jails are the ones A. who have the aptitude for custodial and security work or those who have undergone the appropriate jail training B. police officers assigned to jail duty as a form of punishment or disciplinary action C. transferred police officers D. all of them 51. A form of executive clemency, EXCEPT A. Commutation B. Reform model C. Amnesty D. Probation 52. It is that branch of the administration of Criminal Justice System charged with the responsibility for the custody, supervision and rehabilitation of the convicted offender. A. Conviction B. Corrections C. Penalty D. Punishment 53. Pardon cannot be exercised in which of the following instances. A. Before conviction B. Before conviction and before trial C. After conviction D. Before trial 54. This is a procedure which permits a jail prisoner to peruse his normal job during the week and return to the jail to serve his sentence during the weekend or non-working hours. A. Amnesty B. Good conduct time allowance C. Probation D. Delayed sentence

55. The following are the justifications of punishment, EXCEPT A. Retribution B. Deterrence C. Happiness D. Expiration or atonement 56. Pardon is exercised when the person is_________________. A. Already convicted B. Not yet convicted C. About to be convicted D. Serve the sentence 57. This kind of punishment will be given to the offender by showing to others what would happen to them if they have committed the heinous crime. A. Protection B. Deterrence C. Lethal injection D. Stoning 58. For a convicted offender probation is a form of_______________. A. Punishment B. Treatment C. Enjoyment D. Incarceration 59. For amnesty to be granted there should be A. Recommendation from U.N. B. Recommendation from C.H.R. C. Application D. Concurrence of the congress ______________.

60. The purpose of the decree on probation shall be to. A. Provide an opportunity for the reformation of a penitent offender which might be less probable if he were to serve a prison sentence B. Prevent the commission of offense C. Promote the correction and rehabilitation of an offender by providing him with individualized treatment D. All of these 61. Under Article VII, Section 10 paragraph (B) of the Philippines Constitution, pardoning power is vested with the. A. Department of Justice B. Judiciary C. Chief executive D. Legislative 62. It is a temporary stay of executive of sentence. A. Reprieve B. Pardon C. Commutation D. Amnesty 63. Parole is not matter of. A. Privilege B. Grace C. Right

D. Requirement 64. Parole is granted by the A. President B. Director of Prison C. Board of Pardons and Parole D. Court 65. A recipient of absolute pardon is______ from civil liability imposed upon him by the sentence. A. Partially exempted B. Conditionally exempted C. Exempted D. Not exempted 66. It is an act of clemency which changes a heavier sentence to a less serious one or a longer term to a shorter term. A. Amnesty B. Communication C. Reprieve D. None of these 67. ___________is an act of grace and the recipient is not entitled to it as a matter of A. Right B. Pardon C. Parole D. Probation 68. What is the act of grace from a sovereign power inherent in the state which exempts an individual from the punishment which the law imposes or prescribes for his crime, extended by the President thru the recommendation of the board of Parole and Pardon? A. Amnesty B. Parole C. Pardon D. Probation 69. An inmate maybe granted parole if he A. earned good conduct time allowance credit B. Serve minimum sentence C. Earned good behavior while serving prison term D. All of these 70. The form of conditional release that is granted after a prisoner has served a portion of his sentence in a correctional A. Conditional pardon B. Probation C. Parole D. Commutation 71. It is authority of the President of the Philippines to suspend the execution of a penalty, reduce the sentence and extinguish criminal liability. A. Parole B. Executive clemency C. Pardon D. President's clemency

72. Pardon cannot be extended to one of the following instances. A. Murder B. Brigandage C. Rape D. Impeachment 73. Which of these is known as the Adult Probation Law, which grants probation to prisoner sentenced to term in prison of not more than six (6) years? A. PD603 B. PD698 C. PD869 D. PD968 74. The continuing relationship between probation officer and probationer is known as A. Affiliation guidance B. Pre-sentenced investigation C. Supervision D. Probation Guidance 75. Those who have been once probation under the Probation Law. A. Are qualified to apply for probation B. May be granted for another probation C. Are disqualified to apply for probation D. Should be confined in prison 76. The traditional and most basic goal of correction. A. Retribution B. Deterrence C. Incapacitation D. Rehabilitation 77. An agency under the Department of justice that is charged with custody and rehabilitation of national offenders, that is those sentenced to serve a term of imprisonment of more than three (3) years. A. BJMP B. Parole and probation Administration C. Provincial government D. Bureau of Corrections 78. The New Bilibid Prison, The Correctional Institution for Woman (CIW), Iwahig Prison and Penal farm, and Sablayan Prison and Penal Farm are all under this agency. A. BJMP B. Parole and probation Administration C. Provincial government D. Bureau of Corrections 79. An alternative granted after a convicted person served a part of his sentence and is allowed to complete a sentence at large subject to restrictions and supervision. A. Probation B. Work release C. Parole D. Halfway house

80. An alternative to incarceration and allows convicted persons to remain at large under varying degrees of restriction and supervision and certain conditions. A. Probation B. Work release C. Parole D. Halfway house 81. A correctional institution that has the authority to detain persons waiting trial of adjudication or confine convicted offenders for a short period of time. A. Halfway house B. Penal colony C. Jail D. Farm 82. Which of the following should be a probationer NOT DO? A. Make periodic report B. Work regularly to support family C. Go and play in the gambling den D. Stay away from bad associates 83. Which of the following is exercised by executive clemency with the concurrence of congress? A. Probation B. Pardon C. Amnesty D. Parole 84. Juana was required to provide financial remuneration for the losses incurred by the victims. What is the type of sentence? A. Payment B. Retribution C. Restitution D. Fines 85. ________Program employs prisoners in various product or good producing tasks. A. Agricultural B. Operational C. Industrial D. Administrative 86. What crimes apparently have no complaining victims such as gambling prostitution and drunkenness? A. complex crime B. Organized crimes C. Blue collar crimes D. Victimless crimes 87. He advocated the progressive system, by issuing ticket to leave for deserving inmates which is equivalent to parole, and he was noted as the Father of Modern Penology. A. Alexander Moconochie B. Walter Crofton C. Z.R. Brockway D. Evelyn Ruggles Brise 88. Referred to as the Law on working Detention.

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89. Basis in granting good conduct time allowance for inmates A. Act No. 1533 B. Act No. 3316 C. Act No. 3326 D. Act No. 4103 90. Indeterminate Sentence Law A. Act No. 1533 B. Act No. 3316 C. Act No. 3326 D. Act No. 4103 91. In the practice and procedure of probation, who is considered as the most important person? A. Probationer B. Probation Officer C. Chief Probation Officer D. Probation Aides 92. RA 4225 created what particular government agency? A. Department of Justice B. Probation Office C. Bureau of Corrections D. Board of Pardon and Patrol 93. The unprecedented achievement of marital law which transported the Philippine corrections toward the, modern system of convict rehabilitation A. Price control B. Peace and order C. Probation law D. Infrastructure program 94. Sponsored House bill 393, An Act Establishing Adult Probation in the Philippines A. Juan Ponce Enrile B. Ferdinand E. Marcos C. Teodulo C. Natividad D. Ramon Bagatsing Sr. 95. Brief of an investigation conducted by probation officer not within the jurisdiction of the court A. Post sentence investigation Report B. Courtesy investigation report C. Pre-sentence investigations report D. Initial investigation report 96. Regarded as the father of Philippine Probation. A. Ramon Bagatsing Sr. B. Ferdinand E Marcos C. Teodulo C. Natividad D. Juan Ponce Enrile 97. He was reffered to as the father of English Probation

A. Matthew Davenport Hill B. Edward Savage C. John Augustus D. Alexander Rice 98. A Boston shoe maker who advocated in behalf of alcoholics and youthful offenders and known as the father of probation. A. Matthew Davenport Hill B. Edward Savage C. John Augustus D. Alexander Rice 99. The parole and probation administration administers a_______ corrections program. A. Institutional B. Integrated C. Community-based D. Traditional 100. Which of the following is exercised by executive clemency with the concurrence of congress? A. Probation B. Pardon C. Amnesty D. Parole

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