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CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION

1. As a matter of procedures, the fourth pillar of the Criminal Justice System,


Corrections Pillar, takes over once the accused
a. Has been delivered to the New Belibid Prison
b. Received the order to the court
c. After having found guilty, meted out the penalty for the crime he committed
d. Has been arrested by the police investigated of the crime

2. The Correctional System in the Philippines is under three distinct and separate
departments of the national government. They are the following, except
a. The Department of National Defense
b. The Department of Justice
c. The Department of Interior and Local Government
d. The Department of Social Welfare and Development

3. Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY) in the country are established to
provide care and rehabilitation to juvenile in conflict with law who are 9 17 years
old.how many RRCY existing in the Philippines?
a. Eight (8)
b. Ten (10)
c. Twelve (12)
d. Sixteen (16)

4. The central office of the BUCOR is located in , where the Director, the
assistant directors and the general administration staff are holding official functions.
a. Camp Crame, Quezon City
b. Camp Aquinaldo,Quezon City
c. New Bilibid Prison, Muntinlupa City
d. Maximum security

5. During the pre colonial times, the informal prison system in the Philippines was
a. Barbaric and institutionalized
b. Trial by ordeal
c. Tribal and community based
d. Based on the Kalntiao Code

6. The formal prison system in the Philippine started only during the Spanish regime,
where an organized corrective service was made operational. Established in 1847
pursuant toSection 1708 of the Revised Administrative Code and formally opened
by Royal Decree in .
a. 1621
b. 1702
c. 1865
d. 1898
7. The Old Bilibid Prison was constructed as the main penitentiary in Orquita Street,
Manila and designed to house the prison population of the country. This prison
became known as the
a. Bilibid Prison I
b. Correctional de Bilibid
c. Manila National Prison
d. Carcel y Pressidio Correctional

8. The Bureau OF Correction in the Philippines is an agency under the -


a. Department of Justice
b. Department of Interior and Local Government
c. Office of the President
d. Office of the Provincial Governor

9. What is called the institutional record of an inmate which consist of his mittimus or
commitment order issued by the Court after conviction?
a. Carpeta
b. Sentenced Mittimus
c. File 201
d. None of these

10. It refers to shock incarceration regime for adults and juveniles, originated in
America, which emphasized disciple and physical training in a military style
environment. Which one of these?
a. Boot legs
b. Boot Camps
c. Mud Camps
d. Jamboree camps

11. The Borstal Institution founded by Sir Evelyn Ruggles Brise was established in
a. 1902
b. 1911
c. 1935
d. 1931

12. Which of the following records is not necessarily included in the carpeta of
prisoners?
a. The prosecutors information
b. The decisions of the trial court
c. Certificate of non appeal
d. The police investigation report

13. One of the following is not an Executive Clemency.


a. Reprieve
b. Absolute Pardon
c. Probation
d. Commutation of sentence
14. When the San Ramon prison and penal farm in Zamboanga City was established?
a. October 16, 1974
b. August 21,1869
c. June 04, 1801
d. March 16, 1621

15. Before the reconstruction of San Ramon Prison, the Americans established in 1904 a
penal settlement, which became known to day as Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm.
Which of these?
a. Guhit Settlement Farm
b. Iuhit Penal Settlement
c. Iguhit Settlement Farm
d. Ingunit Penal Settlement

16. The first RDC facility was created in Building o.9 of the Maximum Security
Compound and was relocated to the Medium Security Compound of Camp
Sampaguita. Historically, this statement is
a. True
b. False
c. Partially true
d. Partially false

17. Under the BUCOR Manual of Operation, how long should an inmate stay at the
RDC and he should be due for transfer to the designated camp?
a. 30 days
b. 60 days
c. 90 days
d. 15 days

18. As per the organizational structure of the BUCOR and the given function of the
office,under what office the chief of the RDC directly reports?
a. The Director
b. The Deputy Director
c. The Head of the Technical Division
d. Secretary of Justice

19. Being the initial stop of very national male prisoner, the RDC greatly improved its
rehabilitative programs. By the adoption of the behavioural modification modality, a
program for drug dependnts, the RDC was converted into a therapeutic Community
Camp on
a. February 6, 2003
b. March 7, 2004
c. April 8, 2003
d. February 22, 1990
20. A prison model or theory which argues that an inmates mode of adaptation to
prison is influenced by factors external to the immediate conditions of
imprisonment. Which one of these?
a. Importation model
b. Exportation Model
c. Family Model
d. None of these

21. The Philippine Legislature during the American regime passed Act. No. 1876
providing for the establishment of a prison in . the prison was built for
the prisoners of the province and insular prisoners who were members of the non
Christians tribes of the Mountain Provinces and Nueva Viscaya.
a. La Trinidad, Buenguet
b. Tiger Hill, Ifugao
c. BaguioJail and Prison
d. Bontoc,Mt. Province

22. Among the penal farms in the country, is the largest operating institution
under the BuCor covering a total land area of more or less 28,000 hectars.
a. Sablayan Prison and Penal Farm
b. DavaoPrison and Penal Farm
c. San Ramon prison and Penal Farm
d. IwahigPrison and Penal Farm

23. The San Ramon Prisonand Penal Farm was established on August 13, 1870 as
a. Correctional de San Ramon
b. Colonial Penal de San Ramon
c. Ramon Blanco Colonial de Penal
d. Espanyol Colonial de Penal

24. The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology or BJMP was created to address the
growing concerns of jail management and penology. The law that created the BJMP
was
a. Republic Act 8551
b. Republic Act 6425
c. Republic Act 4890
d. Republic Act 6975

25. What theory of punishment proposes that sentencing can contribute towards
reducing crime by moving potential offenders from the community, so eliminating
their capacity to commit offenses?
a. Retribution
b. Incapacitation
c. Atonement
d. Reformation
26. Primarily,its clients are detainees accused before a court who are temporarily
confined in such jails while undergoing investigation, awaiting final judgement and
those who are serving sentence promulgated by the court 3 years and below which
one of the following?
a. The BJMP
b. The BUCOR
c. The CIW
d. All of the above

27. On January 2, 1991, the BJMP was created thru R.A No. 6975 as a line Bureau
under the
a. Department of Justice
b. Department of Social Welfare and Development
c. Department of Interior and Local Government
d. Office of the Vice President

28. The BJMP is the upgraded version of its forerunner, the office of Jail Management
and Penology of the defunct PC / INP last headed by -
a. BRIG GEN Rafael Crame
b. BRIG GEN Arsenio Conception
c. BRIG GEN FabianVer
d. BRIG GEN Antonio Rodrequez

29. The first chief of the BJMP upon its creation was who took his oath of
office on July 1, 1991.
a. Director Charles Mondejar
b. Director Charles Montalban
c. Director Charles Morales
d. Director Charles Mariano

30. R. A. No. 9263 provides that the BJMP shall be headed by a Chief who is assested
by 2 Deputy Chiefs, and 1 Chief of Directional Staff, all of whom are appointed by
the President. What is R.A. No, 9263?
a. BJMP Professionalization Actof 2004
b. BFP and BJMP Professionalization Act 2004
c. BFP Professionalization Act of 2004
d. Law Repealing RA 6975

31. The second officer in command of the BJMP is the with the rank of
Chief Superintendent.
a. Act No. 1407
b. Act No. 1745
c. Act No. 2204
d. Act No. 1905

32. When the Americans took over in the 1900s, the Bureau of Prison was created under
the known as Reorganization Act of 1905.
a. Act No. 1407
b. Act No. 1745
c. Act No. 2204
d. Act No. 1905

33. Provincial jails are under the management, administration and control of their
respective provincial governments. Inmates who are serving sentences from
are confined in these jails.
a. 3 years and above
b. 1 day to 6 months
c. 1 day to 3 years
d. 6 months, 1 day to 3 years

34. Under the law, the refers to the Officer In Chargerof the New
Bilinid Prison, the Correctional Institution for Women and the prison and Penal
Farms of the Bureau of Corrections.
a. Penal Supervisor
b. Warden
c. Penal Superintendent
d. Director of Prison

35. It refers to the determent of the implementation of the sentence for an interval of
time; it does not annual the sentence but merely postpone or suspends its execution.
Which one of these?
a. Executive Clemency
b. Reprieve
c. Petition
d. Recognizance

36. In absolute pardon, there is total extinction of the criminal liability of the individual
to whom it is granted without any condition. It also restores
a. Political right only
b. Civil right only
c. Civil and political rights
d. Nothing

37. The Chief of the BJMP carries the rank of and serves a tour of duty that
must not exceed four (4) years.
a. Director General
b. Deputy Director
c. Director
d. Warden

38. In every province, the BJMP operates and maintains a Provincial Jail
Administrators Office headed by a , to oversee the implementation of jail services
of all distinct, city and municipal jails within its territorial jurisdiction.
a. Provincial Director
b. Provincial Warden
c. Provincial Deputy Director
d. Provincial Administrator

39. The board of Pardon and Parole may not consider the release on pardon / parole of a
national prisoner who is serving sentence in a municipal, city, distinct or provincial
jail unless
a. The confinement in said jail is in good faith or due to circumstances beyond the
prisoners control
b. Upon the request of the President
c. The prisoner is over 70 yrs of age
d. The jail which he is being committed is over crowded

40. Petition for parole shall be addressed to the . and the Board may considered
cases for parole, commutation of sentences or conditional pardon of deserving
prisoners whenever the interest of justice will be served thereby.
a. Office of the President
b. Secretary of Justice
c. Chairman or Executive Director or the Board
d. Director of Bureau of Corrections

41. Upon receipt of a petition for absolute pardon, the Board should refer the petition to
the Probation and Parole officer who should conduct an investigation within
.
a. 10 days
b. 15 days
c. 20 days
d. 30 days

42. Other penal colonies were established during American regime.


On November 27, 1929 the was created under Act no.
3579
a. Davao penal Colony
b. Correctional Institution for Women
c. New Bilibid Prison
d. Sablayan Penal Colony and Farm

43. On November 15, 1940,all inmates of the old Bilibid Prison in Manila where
transferred to the new site. The new institution was officially named as the New
Bilibid Prison on .
a. January 22, 1941
b. February 22, 1942
c. March 22, 1943
d. April 22, 1945

44. In the 1980s, Camp Sampaguita was constructed and became todays
a. Maximum Security Prison Camp
b. Medium Security Prison Camp
c. Minimum Security Prison Camp
d. The BukangLiwayway Camp

45. Under Proclamation No. 72 issued on September 26, 1954, another prison facility
was established in Occidental Mindoro. Which one of these?
a. Iwahig Prison Penal Farm
b. Sablayan Prison and Penal Farm
c. San Ramon Prison and Penal Farm
d. Davao Prison and Penal Farm

46. The Leyte Regional Prison was established on January 16, 1973 under
a. Proclamation No. 1101
b. Proclamation No. 1102
c. Proclamation No. 1103
d. Proclamation No. 1104

47. Recognizing the need to properly orient newly committed prisoners to the Bureau of
Corrections, the Reception and Diagnostic Center (RDC) was created through
Administrative Order No. 8, series of 1953 of the
a. Department of Trade and Industry
b. Department of Health
c. Department of Interior and Local Government
d. Department of Justice

48. Under the rules, a petition for executive clemency should be referred by the Board
to the for comment and recommendation if the crime committed
by by the petitioner is against national security or public or law of nations.
a. Secretary of National Defense
b. Chief Executive
c. Secretary of Justice
d. Director of the BUCOR

49. In case of an alien, the petition for executive clemency should be referred to the
a. Bureau of Immigration
b. Department of Justice
c. Department of Foreign Affairs
d. Any of the above

50. Prisoners who escaped or evaded service of sentence are not eligible for executive
clemency for a period of from the date of their last recommitment to
prison or conviction for evasion of service of sentence.
a. 2 years
b. 4 years
c. 1 years
d. 6 months

51. One of the following is the fundamental basis in the grant of parole to a prisoner.
a. There is a reasonable probability that upon his release he will be law abiding
b. The petitioner is old aged
c. Justice requires the grant as per order of a court
d. All of the above

52. When the penalty is imprisonment, the sentence I carried out either in the municipal,
provincial or national penitentiary depending on
a. The judge who issue the order
b. The ability of the accused to get immediate rehabilitation
c. The availability of funds in prison or jails
d. The length of the sentence meted out

53. The correctional organization is a complex, hybrid organization that utilizes two
distinct, yet related management subsystem to achieve its goals. Which one of
these?
a. Management of correctional employees and delivery of correctional services to
offender population
b. Administration of the parole and probation system
c. Custody and supervision of inmates
d. Rehabilitation of inmates the soonest time

54. Correctional organization have to ideologically competing sub organizational


structures, the custodial organization, with its emphasis on control and surveillance
of offender activities; and the treatment organization
a. Emphasizing on making a living inside prison
b. Emphasizing on preventive discipline
c. Emphasizing on treating special offender
d. On the goals and methods of treatment and rehabilitation

55. If, based on the Pre Parole Investigation Report conducted on the prisoner, there is
a clear and convincing evidence that his release on parole will endanger his own life
and those of his relatives or the life, safety and well being of the victim, his
relatives, his witnesses and the community, the release of the prisoner should be
a. Deferred until the danger ceases
b. Disapproved by the Board
c. Referred to the office of the President for comment
d. Granted and placed on the witness protection program

56. This refers to information concerning an inmates personal circumstances, the


offense he committed, the sentence imposed, the criminal case numbers in the trial
and appellate courts, the date he commenced service for sentence, the date he was
received for confinement, the date of expiration of his sentence, the number of
previous convictions, if any, and his behaviour or conduct while in prison. Which
one of the following is defined?
a. Carpeta
b. Prison Record
c. File 201
d. Mittimus

57. Under the rules, how long does an inmate stay at the quarantine cell upon admission
in the Reception and Diagnostic Center for physical examination?
a. 10 days
b. 5 days
c. 15 days
d. 20 day

58. After the quarantine period, the inmate should remain at the Reception and
Diagnostic Center for a period not exceeding where he should undergo
psychiatric, psychological, sociological, vocational, educational and religious and
other examinations.
a. 30 days
b. 25 days
c. 55 days
d. 90 days

59. What should an inmate, before admission in the Reception and Diagnostic Center,
present?
a. Mittimus / Commitment Order of the court
b. Information and Court decision in the case
c. Certificate of Detention
d. All of the above

60. Under the rules, an inmate may not wear a wig or artificial hairpiece, unless
a. The hair piece makes him look better
b. Medical authorization to do so is approved by the superintendent
c. No hairpiece is available
d. Upon request and approved by the director approved by the Director of Prison

61. The newly admitted inmate should be issued two (2) regulation uniform / suits and
two (2) t shirts. This statement is
a. Correct under the rules
b. Correct as a prerogative by the prison authorities
c. Correct as the inmate can bring his own clothing
d. Incorrect

62. The BUCOR has a Classification Board that classifies inmates according toits
Manual of Operation. The Chairman of this classification board is the
a. Superintendent
b. Chief of the RDC
c. Medical Officer
d. Chief of the Custodial Force

63. Which of the following should be classified as a maximum security prisoner?


a. High security risk inmate
b. Those sentence to death
c. Those whose minimum sentence is twenty (20) years imprisonment
d. All of the above

64. Those inmates who have two (2) or more records of escapes but they have served
eight (8) years since they were recommitted should be classified as
a. Maximum security prisoners
b. Medium Security prisoners
c. Minimum security prisoners
d. Unclassified incorrigibles

65. According to the BUCOR manual of operation, the color of uniform, as to security
classification of the maximum securityinmate is-
a. Tangerine
b. Blue
c. Brown
d. Gray

66. Which of the following is considered as a third class inmate?


a. One who was either been previously committed for 3 or more times as a
sentence inmate
b. A newly arrived inmate
c. One whose known character and credit for work while in detention
d. A colonist

67. In order to be qualified as a colonist, the Director of Correction may, upon the
recommendation of the Classification Board, an inmate should
a. Be at least a first class inmate and has served one (1) year
b. Have served imprisonment with good conduct for a period equivalent to one fifth
(1/5) of the maximum term of his prison sentence, or seven (7) years in the case
of a life sentence
c. Have applied forpardon or parole
d. A and B must have been complied with

68. A colonist shall have the following privileges, except


a. Credit of an additional GCTA of five (5) days for each calendar month while he
retains said classification aside from the regular GCTA authorized under Article
97 of the Revised Penal Code
b. Automatic reduction of the life sentence imposed on the colonist to a sentence of
thirty (30) years
c. To the approval of the Director, to have his wife and children, or the woman he
desires to marry, live with him in the prison and penal farm
d. All of the above

69. The grant of colonist status may, for cause, be revoked at anytime by the
Superintendent with the approval of the Director. This statement is -
a. Correct, as part of the rules (Manual of Operation)
b. Correct, as mandated by the Revised Penal Code
c. Correct, as part of DOJ Department Order
d. Correct, as an Executive Order

70. An inmate be transferred by the Director upon the recommendation of the


Superintendent to another prison facility. Which of thr following is the fundamental
purpose of the transfer?
a. Security of the inmate
b. Bringing the inmate closer to his family
c. Punishment of incorrigible inmates
d. Effective custody and control
71. Who may direct, as the occasion ay required, the transfer of inmates from a national
prison to a provincial jail, or vice versa?
a. President
b. Secretary of Justice
c. Director of BUCOR
d. Provincial Governor

72. The Superintendent of a Prison may authorized an inmate to be to be taken out of


prison in the following instances, except
a. Conjugal visit of a male inmate to the CIW
b. To appear in court or other government agency as directed by competent
authority
c. For medical examination / treatment or hospitalization in an outside clinic or
hospital
d. To view the remains of a deceased relative

73. Who may grant Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) to n inmate who displays
good behaviour and who has no record of breach of disciple or violation of prison
rules and regulations?
a. The President
b. The Secretary of Justice
c. The Director of Corrections
d. The Court

74. All offenders who demonstrate good behaviour earns one telephone callto an
authorized individual every 90 days. In such case, the telephone calls are monitored
and do have a duration of .
a. Not exceedingly 5 minutes
b. Not exceedingly 10 Minutes
c. Not exceedingly 15minutes
d. 30 minutes with only 5min allowable extension

75. A inmate or detainee who wants to get married may submit a written request to the
Superintendent may approve an inmates request to marry, except -
a. A legal restriction to a marriage exists
b. The proposed marriage presents threat to the security or good order of the prison
c. The proposed marriage presents threat to the protection of the public
d. All of the above

76. In case an inmate is given disciplinary action, the Board of Discipline is authorized
to impose any of the following disciplinary measures, except
a. Addition penalty for service of sentence
b. Caution or reprimand
c. Cancellation of recreation, education, entertainment, and visiting privileges
d. Deprivation of GCTA for a special period

77. As a general rule, use of instruments of restraint of restraint, such as handcuffs and
straight jackets, should not be applied as punishment, but rather
a. Toprevent an escape during an inmates transfer for movements
b. To prevent an inmate from harming himself or others, or from destroying public
or private property
c. To lockup the inmate on quarantine cell, asnecessary
d. A and B arecorrect

78. An infant born while the mother is serving sentence in the CIM may be allowed to
stay with the mother for a period not exceeding - .
a. 1 year
b. 2 years
c. 6 years
d. 1 yr, 6 months

79. Who may authorized an inmate to donate to a licensed physician, surgeon, known
scientist or any medical or scientific institution, any organ, part or parts of his body?
a. The President
b. The Secretary of Justice
c. The Director of the Bureau
d. The Medical officer of the Bureau

80. Who among the following may authorize release of an inmate?


a. The Supreme Court or lower courts, in cases of acquittal or grant of bail
b. Both A and C
c. The President of the Philippines, in cases of executive clemency or amnesty
d. The Secretary of Justice

81. The probation system of treating offenders without imprisonment was first adopted
in Massachusetts in and afterward adopted in France, Belgium, and various
America states.
a. 1878
b. 1842
c. 1780
d. 1901

82. The first Director of the Bureau of Correction, in 1904 to 1910 was
a. Lt. Col. Paulino Santos
b. Col. Eduardo Quintos
c. Lt. George Wolfe
d. Ramon Victorio

83. According to the rules at the BUCOR, head counts inmates are conducted How
many times in 24 hours do the authorities conducts head counts?
a. Four time a day
b. Six times a day
c. Three times a day
d. Five times a day

84. Probation may be granted whether the sentence imposes a term of imprisonment or
a fine only but the application for probation should be filed with
a. Trial Court
b. Appellate Court
c. Prosecutors office
d. Board of Pardons and Parole
85. Can an order granting or denying probation be appealed under the law?
a. No, PD 968 do not allow it
b. Yes, PD 968 allows it
c. It depends upon the court
d. Yes, PD 603 allows it

86. Under the law, the probation officer shall submit to the court the investigation report
on a defendant not later than
a. 10 days from receipt of the order
b. 15 days from receipt of the order
c. 30days of the order
d. 60 days from receipt of the order

87. The General concept of punishment is that


a. It is an infliction of some sort of pain on the offender for violating the law
b. It is for the purpose of trial by ordeal
c. It is for personal revenge
d. It is a restriction offending members of society

88. Is the latest justification of punishment.Under this theory, society can


best be protected from crime if the purpose of imprisonment is to reform or
rehabilitate the prisoner.
a. A. reformation
b. Incapacitation
c. Expiation
d. Fine

89. Release from prison, are intended to reform the offender. This is a new. Concept of
correctional administration. Thus, reformation and rehabilitation are now thought of
as
a. Treatment through institutional programs
b. Limitation of punishment
c. Concealing criminal activities
d. Treatment through non institutional programs

90. What school of thought in criminology / penology admits that minors are incapable
of committing crime because they have not reached the age of responsibility?
a. Classical
b. Neo classical
c. Positivist
d. Mixed

91. Sir Evelyn RugglesBrise, Director of English prisons, after visitingElmira in


1897,open the
a. Kent Reform Institution for Boys
b. Borstal Institution
c. Elmira Reformatory
d. Golden Gate Reformatory
92. Probation started in with the old practice of suspending judgment and releasing
the offender on his own recognizance with the promise not to commit any more
crime
a. England
b. America
c. Rome
d. Italy

93. In the Philippines, Act No. 4221 of the Philippines Assembly established adult
probation, but it was abolished in 1973 after two years of existence because it was
declared unconstitutional in the case of
a. People vs. Veneranda
b. People vs. Vera
c. People vs. Devera
d. People vs. Devenadera

94. This concept embodies the belief that punishment keeps offender from committing
offenses again. Which of these?
a. Deterrence
b. Reformation
c. Retribution
d. Expiation

95. Under the probation law how many times can offender be granted probation?
a. Once as a minor, and another as an adult
b. Depends on the discretion of the court
c. As many times as his conviction
d. Once and only on the first offense

96. A system in prison where complete silence was enforced and prisoners were
confined in single cells at night but they do congregate work in shops during the
day. which one of these?
a. Auburn Prison
b. Irish Prison
c. Pennsylvania Prison
d. Walnut Street Jail

97. During the 16th and 17th Century, a method of disposing offenders to the colonies of
England was by means of shipping. This was the principle of?
a. Banishment and transportation
b. Judicial reprieve and recognizance
c. Capital punishment
d. Retribution and Incapacitation

98. Which one of the following is an accessory penalty which drives the offender his
right of parental
authority and his right to manage his property?
a. Civil Interdiction
b. Civil Deprivation
c. Civil Interruption
d. Civil Right Suspension
99. As a matter of rule, the filling of application for probation will be of
the right to appeal on the part of the accused.
a. A cancellation
b. A suspension
c. A refusal
d. A waiver
100. Which of the following is considered a forerunner of modern day probation
which involves the temporary with holding of the sentence?
a. Benefit of clergy
b. Judicial Reprieve
c. Recognizance
d. Transportation

101. The term rehabilitation entered the official jargon of corrections in the
Philippines in 1955.his was when the Philippines was a signatory to the United
Nations Standards on the Treatment of Prisoners during the
a. Geneva Convention
b. Italian Convention
c. American Convention
d. East Asia and the pacific Convention

102. Rehabilitation was first applied in medical practice. It came from the Latin word
habilis which literally means
a. Fir or suitable
b. Restore to sound operation
c. Re-established the good reputation
d. All of these

103. The Muntinlupa Juvenile Training Center caters to juvenile offenders. This was a
project spearheaded by the BUCOR in cooperation with
a. Howard league of penal reform
b. Amnesty international
c. Japan international cooperative agency JICA
d. Catholic bishop conference of the Philippines

104. The college in prisons was established in , though a tri-partite agreement


between the rotary club of Las Pinas, the university of perpetual help Las Pinasand
the bureau of corrections
a. November 1984
b. November 1994
c. November 2004
d. November 2012

105. It is a concept used to described a number of position and movements that seek
to challenge the existence of prisons as the answer to to problems of crime and it
advocates the correction of dominant culture rather than prisoners.
a. Factionalism
b. Abolitionism
c. Determinism
d. Activism

106. What law can be considered the second probation law in the Philippines which is
intended only for minors?
a. PD 968
b. RA 4221
c. PD 6425
d. PD 603
107. What year can be best used to describe the period of enlightenment, a transaction
from corporal punishment to imprisonment and reformation of criminal offenders?
a. 16th Century
b. 17th Century
c. 18th Century
d. 19th Century

108. In prison, these are disciplinary hearings for breaches of the prison rules,
involving coming out with sanctions according to available punishment outlined in
the prison rules. Which one of these?
a. Evaluation and Analysis
b. Adjudications
c. Disciplinary Board
d. Sentencing

109. What is the authority of the President to suspend the execution of a penalty,
reduce the sentence and extinguish criminal liability?
a. Power of Parole
b. Power of Pardon
c. Executive clemency
d. Presidents Prerogative

110. Among the following government agencies, which one does the B.J.M.P is being
administered?
a. Department of Justice
b. Department of Interior and Local Government
c. Philippine National Police
d. Bureau of Correction

111. The correctional policy that allows inmates to leave the institutions for
vocational or educational training, for employment, or to maintain family ties is
called -
a. Private prison policy
b. Furlough or work release
c. Getting tough policy

d. Placement

112. There are casework techniques applied by the parole officer, which one is not
considered?
a. The trick and treat techniques
b. The executive techniques
c. The guidance counselling and leadership techniques
d. The manipulated techniques

113. The free well doctrine is one of the fundamental foundation of the old school
of penology known as
a. Penology school
b. Neo classical school
c. Classical school
d. Positivist school

114. As a reformative measure, which one of the following helps the prisoner /
detainee in the resolution of his problems?
a. Meeting
b. Recreation
c. Working
d. Counselling

115. This branch takes charge of the financial matters especially in programming,
budgeting,accounting and other activities related to financial services. It consolidates
and prepares financial reports and related statements of subsistence outlays and
disbursement in the operation of the jail. Which one of these
a. Budget and Financial branch
b. Property and Supply branch
c. General Services branch
d. Mess Services branch

116. A person can be considered an inmate if


a. He has committed a crime
b. He has not been elected as barangay official
c. He is a bodyguard of the jail warden
d. He is the informer of the police

117. An operation conducted by the BJMP wherein a prisoner may be checked atany
time such as his beddings, lockers and personal belongings may also be opened at
any time, in his presence, wherever possible. his practice is known as
a. Check and Balance
b. OPLAN Inventory
c. S.O.P.
d. Operation Greyhound

118. He introduce the Progress or Mark system of penal management which granted
privileges and good conduct time gradually culminating to the offenders release
and an improvement of the ticket of leave. Who was he?
a. Sir Evelyn RugglesBrise
b. Alexander Maconochie
c. Sir Walter Crafton
d. Zebulon R. Brockway

119. The first international organization to achieve international cooperation with


respect to the prevention of crime and the treatment of offenders in 1875 is the
a. American Correctional Association
b. Philippine Correctional Association
c. Correctional Association of the Philippines
d. International penal and Penitentiary Commission

120. Pardon cannot be extended to one of the following instances.


a. Murder
b. Rape
c. Brigandage
d. Impeachment
121. This service provide the most intensive diagnostic and treatment activities which
generally includes the function of psychiatrists, psychologist, social worker and
auxiliary personnel, particularly to offenders with deep seated emotional problems.
Which of these?
a. Diagnostic service
b. Medical service
c. Case work
d. Clinical service

122. Generally, it refers to commission of another crime during service of penalty


impose for another previous offense. Which one of these?
a. Recidivism
b. Quasi recidivism
c. Delinquency
d. Concurso de delito

123. In 1524, a fortress was built on rocky islet near the French port of Marseilles. In
1580 it was taken into use as a state prison for those convicted of serious political
and religious crime. Which one of the following?
a. Chatue de islet
b. Chateau dIf
c. Lattue Island
d. Marseilles Deport

124. A person who is detained for the violation of law or ordinance and has not yet
been convicted is considered as
a. Detention prisoner
b. Municipal prisoner
c. Provincial prisoner
d. City prisoner

125. When may a prisoner given passes or leaves from jail or places of confinement
from the following instances?
a. Recognizance is on process
b. When he puts bail for his temporary liberty
c. Upon the orer of the city or municipal mayor
d. Upon instruction of the fiscal handling the case

126. The person responsible in carrying out the treatment programs of the prisoner in
jails is the
a. Warden
b. Classification committee
c. Chaplain
d. Disciplinary Board

127. What model of correctional system focused on the safety and security of inmates
that any more emphasis
a. Family model
b. Penitence model
c. Custodial model
d. Community based model

128. Which of the following is not form of Executive Clemency?


a. Recognizance
b. Banishment
c. Probation
d. All of these

129. What camp or jail detains minimum custody offenders who are serving short
sentence with constructive work programs?
a. Provincialjail
b. Ordinary jail
c. Workhouse, jail farm or camp- house
d. Lock- up
130. What pillar in the administration of Criminal Justice System charge with the
responsibility for the custody, supervision and rehabilitation of convicted offenders?
a. Conviction
b. Penalty
c. Correction
d. Punishment

131. The pardoning power of the President cannot be exercised in one of the
following instances.
a. While serving sentence
b. After conviction
c. When transfer to a colony has been scheduled
d. Before conviction and before trial

132. After undergoing all the tests, interviews and examinations, an inmate appears
before the staff of plan out with him his tentative program of activities that prisoner
should undergo. This process is called-
a. Admission procedures
b. Guidance and counselling
c. Exit conference
d. Staff conference

133. The feature of tis prison system was confinement of the prisoners in their cells
day and night.it was called the solitary system of prison. Which one of these?
a. Auburn Prison system
b. Pre classical prison system
c. Pennsylvania Prison system
d. Secular Prison system
134. A person who is sentenced to serve imprisonment for three years to life
imprisonment is considered as
a. City or municipal prison
b. Insular or National prisoner
c. Provincial prisoner
d. A colonist

135. An early prisoner system which was noted to be more advantageous for
prisoners because they can finish valuable items when they work in groups than
working along in their individual cells. Which one of these?
a. Maisondeforce
b. Pennsylvania system
c. Auburn system
d. Secular Prison sysem

136. What kind of disciple applied after an offense has been committed by an inmate
that offers advantage over punishment?
a. Positive discipline
b. Negative discipline
c. Strict discipline
d. Leniency type

137. Generally, it is a compensation of good behaviour. Which one of the following?


a. Amnesty
b. Probation
c. Good conduct time allowance
d. Delayed sentence

138. This was inform group vengeance as distinguished from retribution, where
punishment is exacted publicly for the purpose of appeasing the social group. What
is being described?
a. Protection
b. Penalty
c. Deterrence
d. Expiation

139. The central goal of Probation Administration is to enhance the safety of the
community by reducing the incident of criminal act by persons
a. To be conviction
b. Previously convicted
c. Has just been convicted
d. Not yet convicted

140. In prison, it is commonly thought of as a procedure to prevent escapes, riots, and


disorder and the punishment of those involve. Which one of these?
a. Punishment
b. Control
c. Preventive discipline
d. Discipline
141. Among the following, what instance can justify the act of punishing people for a
wrong doing?
a. Retribution
b. Deterrmce
c. Expiation or atonement
d. All of the above

142. Prison who cannot be trusted in open conditions and pose less danger to society
if they escape can be classified as
a. Minimum security prisoners
b. Medium security prisoner
c. Maximum security prison
d. Detention prisoners

143. Probation is an a judicial function because


a. It is a President who grants it
b. It is the convicting court that grants it
c. The applicant is not yet convicted
d. The petitioner has already serving the sentence

144. In determining whether an offender may be placed on probation the court shall
information relative to the following, except -
a. Antecedents and environment
b. Character
c. Mental and physical conditions of the offender
d. Political affiliation
145. The duration of penalty which is from twelve years and one day to twenty years
is called
a. Reclusion Temporal
b. Prision Correctional
c. Reclusion Perpetua
d. Prision Mayor

146. Another condition before a prisoner may be entitled for parole is that he must
have served the period of his sentence.
a. 50% of the sentenced
b. 60% of the sentence imposed
c. Minimum
d. Medium

147. The amendatory law that removes the addition 1 day in the 6 years and 1 day
maximum imprisonment in the qualifications for probation is
a. PD 968
b. BP 76
c. PD 1990
d. PD 1257
148. Historically, the earliest workhouse in England gated about 1557 1576 was the

a. Singsing prison
b. Bridewell
c. Alcatraz
d. Walnut street jail

149. What measures or body governs the conduct of inmates in terms of discipline
and order?
a. Disciplinary board
b. Custodial Force
c. Office of the Director
d. Executives Secretary

150. Which one is the called Jeremy Benthams prison design?


a. Singsing Prison
b. Alcatraz Prison
c. Panopticon Prison
d. Walnut Prison