April 21 - – probation = 4,237,023 – parole = 798,854...

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April 21, 2008 P 273-282, chp 16 – Haas Third strike offender case – term of 25 to life for stealing 3 golf clubs Parole o Characteristics of those on parole o Gender Male – 88% out of 800,000 Female – 12% out of 800,000 people on parole for 12/31/06 o Race Black – 39% White – 41% Latino – 18% Other – 2% o Serving time for Misdemeanor – 6% Felony – 94% o Types of crime Violent crime – 26% Property crime – 24% Non-violent drug crimes – 37% Public order crime or other offense – 12% o Absconders 7% of 800,000 parolees absconded as of 12/31/06 = About 59,000 About 440,000 of people on probation OR parole Summary: Total number of people in some part of CJ system 12/31/06 – prisons = 1,570,861 state and federal 6/30/06 – jails = 766,010 6/30/06 – jail supervised = 60,222 (work released, house arrest, electronic monitoring, weekenders, etc.)
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Unformatted text preview: 12/31/06 – probation = 4,237,023 12/31/06 – parole = 798,854 12/31/06 – juvenile facilities = 92,854 Total = 7,525,172 Correctional supervision rates Prison - 501 of every 100,000 residents in US on 12/31/06 Jail – 256 of every 100,000 residents in US on 06/31/06 Overall incarceration rate – 757 out of 100,000 residents in US Probation supervision – 1,868 per 100,000 adult residents in US on 12/31/06 Parole supervision – 352, per 100,000 adult residents in US on 12/31/06 Overall correctional supervision rate – 2,220 per 100,000 adult residents in US on 12/31/06 Probation or parole officers ONLY need reasonable suspicion to search a parolee or probationer o If a PO wants to send you back to prison based on an arrest that is dismissed in court, they can o No parole board uses reasonable doubt...
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