3 - training that would help their reintegration Those who...

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3. The main difference between the community model of corrections and the crime control model of corrections in the former the main purpose should be to reintegrate the offender into the community where the latter makes greater use of incarceration, longer sentences, mandatory sentences, and strict supervision of probationers and parolees. Programs under the community model were designed to aid offenders in finding jobs and remain connected to their families and the community. Imprisonment was to be avoided, if possible, in favor of probation, so that the offenders could get education and vocational
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Unformatted text preview: training that would help their reintegration. Those who were incarcerated would spend a minimal amount of time in prison before release on parole. To promote reintegration, correctional workers would act as advocates for offenders in dealing with government agencies that offered employment counseling, medical treatment, and financial assistance. In the crime control model many states have done away with parole release....
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