CHAPTER 13 KEY TERMS by Lisa Castillo
1) Inmate accountability- a system that the staff in a correctional facility use to locate inmates whenever they need to within a facility.
Example: Inmates are assigned to work programs on a daily a daily basis. These assignments help place them under the supervision of the staff who are responsible for the programs.
Example: There are counts of inmates at regular and random times to ensure that the inmates are in their proper places.
2) Work Call- the time for inmates to go their assigned jobs.
Example: When inmates go do their job in the laundry.
Example: Another example would be when the prisoners go to their assigned jobs such as plumbing, painter or ground keeper duties.
3) Controlled Movement- a system used by prison staff to move inmates from one part of the prison to another.
Example: When going to work, the call staff uses a controlled movement by escorting the inmates to their designated places.
Example: Inmates may have a visitor, so must also use controlled movement.
4) Call Out- A schedule of the inmates activities for the day.
Example: The guards were looking at the call out list for the activities for the day.
Example: The marines get a call out every morning at 4 a.m. to eat breakfast.
5) Pass System- permission given to an inmate to leave the prison with a corrections escort.
Example: A pass can be given to an inmate for family visits within the prison.
Example: A pass can be issued to an inmate to go to their work or educational
6) Regular Counts- the counting of inmates done every day to make sure no one is missing.
Example: During a regular count, inmates must stand in front of their cells while guards do the head count.
Example: Counts are conducted at the same time every day. There are counts at the middle of the night, also.
7) Stand-Up Count- the...