Work-training programs, as discussed above, are designed not just to occupy the prisoners' time with some type
of employment activity, but to educate, train, and prepare them for return to military service or civilian life by
increasing their skill level, self-respect, confidence, and productivity.
Lesson 6 Practice Exercise
The following questions are multiple choice and/or true/false. You are to select the one that is correct. Show
your choice by CIRCLING the letter beside the correct choice directly on the page. This is a self-graded lesson
exercise. Do not look up the correct answers from the lesson solution sheet until you have finished. To do so
may hinder your ability to learn this material. Also, your final examination score will tend to be lower than if
you had not followed this recommendation.
13) Prisoners may participate in public exhibitions, such as county or state fairs, through the display of
products produced in prisoner work projects, unless a victim/witness lives within a 50mile radius of the event
14) Employment and training assignments are based on:
15) Recommendations regarding restoration to duty, clemency, parole, and transfer of prisoners are made by
Director of custody.
16) Which of the following is NOT prohibited labor?
17) Training activities are based on the prisoner's:
a) Return to military duty or civilian life.